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David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
David poem setting vocabulary
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David poem setting vocabulary

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An examination of the vocabulary connected with setting in the poem "David."

An examination of the vocabulary connected with setting in the poem "David."

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  • Clockwise from top left; Pine, spruce, heather, larch, juniper, saxifrage, gentian, gentian
  • Clockwise, top left: Martin, big horn sheep, pika, mountain goat, grizzly, mule deer
  • House-sized blocks of snow than can tumble – caused by shearing forces of the glacier. Named after a type of Swiss cheese.
  • A crack in the glacier caused by shearing forces.
  • Big snow
  • Limestone is a sedimentary rockusually made of the tiny calcite skeletons of microscopic organisms that once lived in shallow seas.Under pressure will metamorphosize into marble.
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    • 1. Glacial Imagery:“David”by Earle Birney<br />J. Marshall 2010<br />
    • 2. Flora<br />Heather<br />Spruce<br />Larch<br />Pine<br />Saxifrage<br />Gentian<br />Juniper<br />Gentian<br />
    • 3. Fauna<br />Marten<br />Pika<br />Big Horn Sheep<br />Mule Deer<br />Grizzly<br />Mountain Goat<br />
    • 4. Arete: Section 3<br />A knife-edged ridge <br />
    • 5. Col (saddle): Section 5<br />A saddle-shaped depression between two peaks<br />
    • 6. Moraine: Section 7<br />The geological debris dragged by a glacier<br />
    • 7. Lateral Moraine<br />
    • 8. Sèrac: Section 7<br />House-sized blocks caused by shearing forces of the glacier. Named after a type of Swiss cheese. They are dangerous for climbers.<br />
    • 9. Assiniboine River: Section 7<br />A major river of the Prairie region.<br />
    • 10. Cirque: Section 8<br />A scooped-shaped valley end formed by glaciers.<br />
    • 11. Bergschrund: Section 9<br />A crack in the glacier caused by shearing forces.<br />
    • 12. Bergschrund<br />
    • 13. Nêvé: Section 9<br />Snow characterized by very large crystals/flakes.<br />
    • 14. Crevasse: Section 9<br />A deep fissure in ice or snow.<br />
    • 15. Strata<br />Strata means “layers” – in the Rockies these are easily visible in the young fold mountains.<br />
    • 16. Skree<br />A layer of loose rock <br />
    • 17. Trilobite: Section 4<br />A common pre-Cambrian fossil found in Rocky Mountains limestone.<br />
    • 18. Limestone The Burgess Shale<br />
    • 19. Cairn<br />
    • 20. end<br />

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