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Every Time I Climb a Tree

Example of digital storytelling for CEP 416
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Zachary Retterath

on 8 April 2013

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Transcript of Every Time I Climb a Tree

First Stanza Third Stanza The End Second Stanza Every Time I Climb a Tree Every time I climb a tree
Every time I climb a tree
Every time I climb a tree
I scrape a leg
Or skin a knee
And every time I climb a tree
I find some ants
Or dodge a bee
And get the ants
All over me And then I skin
The other leg
But every time I climb a tree
I see a lot of things to see
Swallows rooftops and TV
And all the fields and farms there be
Every time I climb a tree
Though climbing may be good for ants
It isn’t awfully good for pants
But still it’s pretty good for me
Every time I climb a tree by David McCord And every time I climb a tree
Where have you been?
They say to me
But don’t they know that I am free
Every time I climb a tree?
I like it best
To spot a nest
That has an egg
Or maybe three Think About It... In the poem, what is the main purpose in repeating the line, “Every time I climb a tree”? (click forward)

Why might the speaker feel “free” when climbing trees? (click forward)

In stanza 2, who most likely says, “Where have you been?” (click forward)

In stanza 3, what is meant by “But still it’s pretty good for me”? (click forward)

In stanza 3, what is shown by the statement “And then I skin / The other leg”? (click forward)
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