Notice and Interpret Comparisons in a Poem

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Perfect for your lesson on figurative language and imagery, a video on "The Twelfth Song of Thunder" shows middle schoolers how to identify comparisons in a poem. It focuses on the images throughout the poem and how the author compares them, as well as how the comparisons factor into the poem's meaning. There are seven videos in the series, of which this video is the sixth.

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Pros

  • Good length for a warm-up lesson (five minutes)
  • Annotates the poem to facilitate understanding
  • Includes links to the other six videos in the series
Cons

  • None
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