This slideshow guides students in writing a double dactyl, a fixed form poem composed of the meter dactyl and following various other rules. It contains specific rules for a double dactyl and some guiding tips to assist students, as well as a website that can help them find subjects that are already in dactylic form. It includes a rubric for scoring purposes.
***Please note: This resource is not designed for use in AP classes.
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