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In this EDSITEment lesson, students look at Carl Sandburg's poem, Chicago, in a literary, historical and biographical context. Students examine primary photographs, maps and other documents that depict the city at the turn of the century and then read the poem to identify the ways in which Sandburg uses literary techniques such as personification and apostrophe to make vivid the Chicago he knew. Finally, students use Chicagoans' a model for writing original pieces about places that are important to them.
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