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“Close Reading” of a Sonnet: Lesson 7 

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Madeleine October 21, 2013 7:37 AM

I've used this lesson plan with great success. My students are college freshman in technical programs, intimidated by poetry. It works well for non-Shakespearean work, too. A lot of fun. Works best with smaller classes, though, about 15, difficult with more than that. Thank you so much for this!
Natasha January 3, 2014 10:25 PM

jumping ahead of the song to identify the "message" of the sonnet. Go slowly, students can focus on diction and consider the multiple connotations of individual words SY0-301
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