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GRAB YOUR INTERACTIVE READERS! Warm-up: In some of the poems that we will soon read, the speaker both longs for those he/she loves, then prefers solitude.

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1 GRAB YOUR INTERACTIVE READERS! Warm-up: In some of the poems that we will soon read, the speaker both longs for those he/she loves, then prefers solitude. Answer the questions in complete sentences by rephrasing the question in the answer… 1. What is the difference between loneliness and solitude? (If you’re struggling, consult a dictionary). 2. Is solitude important? Explain your response in a couple of sentences.

2  Period 3: Bring supplies for the Pets R Us drive!  5 extra credit points (total of 15 points) for each item.  Pass forward homework from last night.  Volunteer to collect them in 1 minute?  Homework: Work on Key Terms Study Guide!  You no longer have to bring your textbooks AS LONG AS NOBODY STEALS ANOTHER OF MY BOOKS!!!  As soon as I’m missing another book, all books are going away …forever!!!

3 STANDARDS Reading 3.4: Analyze the ways in which poets use imagery… and sounds to evoke readers’ emotions.

4 LITERARY TERMS  Candy for those who can answer the following… 1. What is the definition of repetition? 2. Give an example of repetition from yesterday’s reading. 3. What is the definition of a symbol? 4. Give an example of a symbol from yesterday’s reading AND explain what it represents. 5. What is the definition of imagery? 6. What is the definition of a metaphor? 7. Provide an example from life. 8. Give an example of two pieces of diction with the same basic meaning. Explain how the two different words have different meanings.

5  In your Interactive Readers, turn to page 159.  On your own, quietly read selected poems of Li Po.  Note: Read each poem 2-3 times (poetry always needs to be read multiple times to understand it).

6 HOMEWORK  Homework: Complete the margins in the tasks and page


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