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  1. “maggie and milly and molly and may” Day 2

  2. Free write! • In a moment, you are going to see a picture. • Your job is to write (type) for the ENTIRE time until the timer goes off. • What you write about is purely based on what you are thinking about the picture. It might be descriptive, you might choose to write a story, or a memory, etc. • It might be a combination of all three! Your job is to keep writing and thinking for the entire time. • Watch to see how your teacher models this thinking before you write.

  3. The picture for your prompt Your writing about this picture will go in your Tri 2 Google Doc with today’s date.

  4. Add to Tri 2 Google DocToday’s date is Wed, 12/11 • Re-readthe poem. Which word would best describe the tone of the author’s words? • Silly • Confused • Mysterious • Content • Briefly explain why that is the best answerto #1. • Which of the following themes, or life lessons do you see best represented in this poem? • “The ocean means something different to each person.” • “The ocean can be dangerous, so it is important to go with others. • Starfish, shells and other sea creatures represent why we should respect the ocean. • With a little bit of imagination, the ocean can seem magical. • What would be your proof for #3?

  5. EXIT TICKET • Yesterday, we read and discussed “maggie and milly and molly and may” (page 599). • Answer the following questions on your pink ½ sheet. • Write ONE example of personification. Include line #’s and quotation marks. • Write ONE example of alliteration. Remember to include line #’s and quotation marks. • Include TWO examples of rhyme, and make sure to include which type of rhyme they are (slant, exact, internal). Remember line #’s and quotation marks.