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Holocaust Poetry Jigsaw. Get into groups of 5 Each member of the group will receive one poem from a Holocaust survivor or a child of a Holocaust survivor Read your chosen poem carefully and make annotations, keeping in mind that you will present the poem to your group members

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holocaust poetry jigsaw
Holocaust Poetry Jigsaw
  • Get into groups of 5
  • Each member of the group will receive one poem from a Holocaust survivor or a child of a Holocaust survivor
  • Read your chosen poem carefully and make annotations, keeping in mind that you will present the poem to your group members
  • Each group member takes a turn reading their poem and talking about it.
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Annotations
  • Number each stanza
  • Text to self, text to world
  • Figurative language
  • Imagery (what does this represent?)
  • Tone (what words are conveying this feeling?)
  • Underline words/phrases that “speak” to you or that you think are important
  • Does the poet use repetition, alliteration, rhyme etc.? And why?