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Noah-Greggory Holston Avery 11/4/13 1 st Period
He was a man He wrote poetry
Don’t assume things.
A woman is buried she is wondering who is digging her grave She asks if it is her lover She asks if it is her family She asks if it is her enemy It is her dog He forgot she was buried there
Who is doing the digging and why?
It was the dog
“I quite forgot you were buried here” as it describes how even the dog forgot her.
What is the breed of the dog? What is the name of the woman? What type of bone was it burying?
A dog that doesn’t know a dead body is buried beneath the soil.
A Bridge Between Two Worlds Leonie Kellaher The Cities Institute London Metropolitan University.
By: AMANDA Their 2 nd CD GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS.
1 This lady has just passed her driving test. What do you say? 1.
Oral Reading Fluency First 100 Most Used Phrases
Can you see?.
Let’s build fluency!.
What is he doing?.
Ah, are you digging on my grave?
Barbara Allen Analysis DJ Cooke. About the Author This poem was written anonymously, and passed down through many generations.
1. THERE ARE MAGICAL CREATURES AND PEOPLE AND EVIL CREATURES. The Last Dragon.
So different. too old so long because of him.
Heaven Leigh November 4 th, 2013 Mrs. Pugh. Born in Stinsford, United Kingdom on June 2, 1840 Died in Dorchester, Dorset, United Kingdom on January.
The story takes place at their home and high school. They live in a two story house with their mom and dad. It is around school time (August – June)
First Grade Sight Words
Who vs. Whom Who- Substitutes for the subject. Who can be used only for subjects and subject complements. Example: Who let the dogs out? Example: All of.
Practice saying your sight words. Read and spell each word
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