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Picture It!

Visualization as a comprehension technique? Absolutely! Have your young poets construct mental images as you read Emily Dickinson’s A Light Exists in Spring. After modeling with the first stanza, class members illustrate and then share their images for succeeding stanzas. Next, they practice independently with both a poem and the first chapter of Lynne Reid Banks', The Indian in the Cupboard

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3rd - 4th
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English Language Arts
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