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Reading a Poem is Like Going on a Plane and to a New Land!

Reading a Poem is Like Going on a Plane and to a New Land!
Reading a Poem is Like Going on a Plane and to a New Land!
Reading a Poem is Like Going on a Plane and to a New Land!
Reading a Poem is Like Going on a Plane and to a New Land!
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Here are the first 4 "rules"/parallels of 18 to flying that help you analyze a poem:

Taking a plane is the beginning of a journey. Consider your journey: What new understanding of life will you have once you finish/”return?”

Look at the title above all else. It’s mentioned first for a reason- It’s your place of “taking off,” or your place of departure.

Poems don’t have just one meaning. Just like natives in a land, there are diverse people you can meet. Get ready to meet a variety of “people.” And similarly, just like all people, there are a variety of interpretations.

Why did the poet or city planner divide his/her “city” that way? Look at how the lines are sectioned off like they are streets. Walk around like a tourist, finding various ways to get to the center of the city/poem.
Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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