- — Amy Adams (@EnglishAdams)Thu, Feb 18 2016 15:53:53Kudos to the Ss who participated in yesterday's #aplitdld chat. Looking through posts from yest. and you all provided some great insight!
- — Mikaella (@pre_feminist)Thu, Feb 18 2016 05:28:58#aplitdld q4:The echo provides a very concise answer to the questions using words already said. It could be the speakers subconscious mind.
- — alex (@alexxmanwill)Thu, Feb 18 2016 04:25:18A9: the title and subtitle tell us how this conversation is happening-the echoaddressed by the questions as the speaker is writing #aplitdld
- — Emma Szewczyk (@emmaszew)Thu, Feb 18 2016 04:20:19A10:this poem became a poem for me with the very first line/rhetorical question that instigated the reader's deeper consideration #aplitdld
- — Emma Szewczyk (@emmaszew)Thu, Feb 18 2016 04:15:24A7: the juxtaposition represents the contrast between the desire to feel joy but the tendancy to gravitate towards sadness. #aplitdld
- — Matthew Penner (@mgpenner)Thu, Feb 18 2016 04:06:37A10: I felt like it was a poem throughout, especially when Pack emphasized fulfilling your own destiny through life's challenges #aplitdld
- — Katie adkins (@katie_brooke98)Thu, Feb 18 2016 03:05:16A8: the two columns represents the speaker and his subconscious. He knows the answers deep down, he still questions life though #aplitdld
AP English students around the world participated in this event for Digital Learning Day
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