Student work on poem Statistics - Section 3: Close Reading with Annotation

 
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Determining How Symbolism in Poetry Impacts a Speaker's Perspective of War

Unit 4: Risking it All
Lesson 7 of 14

Objective: SWBAT cite textual evidence to understand the connotative meaning of phrases in Sandburg's "Statistics" & "Grass" poems.

Big Idea: Hush that Fuss! Are you talking about WWII in explicit or literal terms?

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