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10 6/2

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on 2 June 2017

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Transcript of 10 6/2

10 6/2
Question 10
The narrator's purpose in the first stanza is to...
Question 10
The narrator's purpose in the first stanza is to...

(3) propose an attitude toward life
Question 11
Question 12
Question 12
Conclusion
Do Now
Find the table with your name on it and sit with your group
Take out your poem from yesterday
FRIDAY, June 2nd!
Days left of school: 6
Question 13
As used in line 50, the word "mote" is closest in meaning to a...

(3) speck
Question 14
Which lines best reflect a central theme in the text?
Question 11
The words "weigh heavier" (line 21) imply that...
"On Living"
Work with your group to answer the multiple choice questions
WHOLE group must agree on the answer before writing it on the white board
Each group member must be able to explain WHY their answer is correct and cite evidence from poem
Question 13
As used in line 50, the word "mote" is closest in meaning to a...
The words "weigh heavier"
(line 21) imply that...

(4) life is a greater responsibility than death
Lines 38 through 46 illustrate the narrator's belief that prison...
Lines 38 through 46 illustrate the narrator's belief that prison...

(2) confines the body but should not confine the spirit
Question 14
Which lines best reflect a central theme in the text?

(1) "I mean living must be your whole life./Living is no laughing matter:" (lines 5 and 6)
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