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A guided poetry lesson exploring creative writing, perspective, found poetry, and a little poetry analysis

A guided poetry lesson exploring creative writing, perspective, found poetry, and a little poetry analysis

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    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.
    • SWBAT analyze the use of personification, point of view, and imagery in poetry and visual media. (6.b) Given a poem, SW answer ¾ MC questions over personification, point of view, and imagery, and defend one answer in APE format.