Answer these questions in your spiral based upon your

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37 to answer the following questions. Answer these questions in your spiral based upon your evaluation: Following the first read of the poem, what new information can you glean from the poem that was not mentioned in the first text? Why would Rodriguez include these details in the poem? How do they change the reader’s impression of the event?
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SENTENCE FRAGMENT What is it? AN INCOMPLETE SENTENCE Example from the text? “Thought about that” (10).
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CLOSE READ Underline at least three FRAGMENTS that Rodriguez uses in the poem. To the right of the line, explain what the purpose and effect of his use of the FRAGMENT is?
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CLOSE READ Circle three examples of REPETITION in the poem. Annotate: how does Rodriguez’s use of repetition affect TONE?
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Work with a partner to complete the following chart (worksheet) Poetry Version: “’Race’ Politics” Diction Imagery Syntax Inferences about Speaker Prose Version: Always Running
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EMBEDDED ASSESSMENT 1 STEPS By Wednesday, October 15th you will make plans to conduct an INTERVIEW. You will select the person and contact him/her to schedule a time and place. On the
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