explore “Poems for Further Reading” from our text, in order to find examples of all five senses evoked in various instances of imagery, not necessarily in the same poem

take turns presenting and testing thee examples

n.b. distinguish between examples of imagery and associations our brain makes with those words or phrases; in other words, see what concrete sensations the poem describes, as opposed to what our minds make of those sensations

heads-up: in block classes this week, you will write an essay comparing tones in two poems on a similar subject; this is our first essay-length writing, after some warm-up paragraph exercises