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770 Poetry Evaluate, Interpret, Monitor Comprehension, Connect Sound Devices; Symbolism; Rhyme, Rhythm, and Meter; Figurative Language Poem Structural Analysis: Latin, Anglo-Saxon, and Greek Roots Subject-Verb Agreement What Is a Community? Genre Focus: Reading Skills: Literary Elements: Writing Product: English Language Coach: Grammar: .
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