Mirror by Sylvia Plath

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

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Mirror by Sylvia Plath

  1. 1. 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.
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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.
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 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.
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. 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.
  9. 9. 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.
  10. 10. 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.
  11. 11. 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.
  12. 12. 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.
  13. 13. 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.
  14. 14. 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.
  15. 15. 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.
  16. 16. 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.
  17. 17. 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.
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19. 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.
  20. 20. 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.
  21. 21. 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.

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