The Eight Parts of Speech in: "I'm Nobody! Who are You?" by Emily Dickinson

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I adore Emily Dickinson—who she is as a person and her poems which live on even today. So, no big surprise that I figured out a way to use one of her poems, “I’m Nobody, Who Are You?” as a parts of speech activity. Included are the lines from the perennial favorite and required reading for many students, as well as a rubric and the number of examples of each part of speech in the poem to promote student success. This activity can be included in a parts of speech review, or parts of speech preview to see just many students have a true understanding of the eight parts of speech. Or, perhaps a fun extension activity for “I’m Nobody, Who Are You?” And, even as an add-on for a unit on Dickinson and her poetry. The possibilities abound! Best, Rockermom
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The Eight Parts of Speech in:  "I'm Nobody!  Who are You?"