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Picturing a "Spring Storm"

Unit 16: Poems Everyone can TRY
Lesson 3 of 12

Objective: SWBAT...describe the comparisons being made in the poem "Spring Storm" and their effect on the readers.

Big Idea: Poets use comparisons to influence a reader's mood and perspective. By identifying the similes and metaphors in the poem we can determine what the poet is trying to say.

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