Copy of Amanda Gorman Analysis.docx - He had Black History Month In honor of Black History Month we are going to examine poetry non-fiction and fiction

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He had Black History Month In honor of Black History Month, we are going to examine poetry, non-fiction, and fiction of prominent Black Voices in America from past and present. After the reading and viewing of Amanda Gorman’s The Hill We Climb , complete this poem analysis chart. Step Outcome (Include evidence from text.) Step 1: Read the Title What does it mean? Take a look at the title and reflect on what it means: Referencing challenges that one may face Step 2: After initial reading, what do you think the poem is trying to say? That we are at a dark point but we must rise again as we mustn't always be in darkness Step 3: Identify the meaning and context of words you are not familiar with throughout the poem. Didn't see any Step 4: Paraphrase the poem stanza by stanza. Starts with a symbolic sun rise as a dawn of a new era arises. The usage of we collects all the citizens of the US as one. There is reference to the upbringing of Coronavirus as a global pandemic in the US.

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