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Fifth Grade Literature: January
Fifth graders examine and analyze various poems by Edward Hersey Richards, Robert Frost, and Emily Dickinson. They explore similes, and write journal entry responses.
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alliteration, literary devices, onomatopoeia, figurative language, emily dickinson, poets, robert frost
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