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I'm taking English 2 but I can help because I passes it last year :)
passed* Lol i'm so sorry!
Wordsworth Graphic Organizer A Directions: Provide a summary of each stanza, locate phrases that Wordsworth uses to describe nature, and discuss the way his words show his relationship with nature. Graphic Organizer What does Wordsworth accomplish in the stanza? Quotations: Select phrases Wordsworth uses to describe nature in the stanza. How do his words show his relationship with nature? Stanza 1 Wordsworth describes the way his mood shifts from lonely to hopeful in the company of the daffodils. He describes floating like a lonely cloud. Then, he sees and is uplifted by the "golden daffodils," "fluttering and dancing in the breeze." This stanza shows that Wordsworth appreciates the beauty in nature because he details the beautiful daffodils that helped bring him out of his somber mood. Stanza 2 Stanza 3 Stanza 4
it is a graphic organizer of I wandered lonely as a cloud
Do you need to write a summary? For like each of them?
Oh wait lol never mind
I'll think of something :) I'll tell you when I finish your question that i'm writing right now
What assessment is this?
06.05B I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud Notes
can you help me please!
im in 6th grade so idk if i can
@isabellewaab could you help me?!
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