I Hear America Singing
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Walt Whitman's "I Hear America Singing" is the focus of a reading comprehension activity that asks kids to read, and then respond, to text-based questions and discussion prompts.
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- Pair Whitman's Poem with Langston Hughes' "I, Too, Sing America"
- The packet includes the poem, text-based questions, and discussion prompts
- The text-based questions encourage close reading of the text
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