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Unformatted text preview: 4) Sounds-How does the poem sound? How does the sound reinforce the meaning? 5) What is this poem about? Why did it appeal to you? What lines particularly resonate with you? Does it remind you of anyone in Fooling with Words ? What aspect of this poets work would you like to emulate? 6) Write a poem that imitates this poem or one that deals with the same content. This is information you will present to the class, as well as a brief bio. You might find a video of the poet or audio to share. Check poets.org. for such media. You need to provide a one-page handout, perhaps with a photo and the students need to have the poem. Alternatively, you might do a power point or use overheads. Any questions, ask me....
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