Language Arts
00:00 - 04:18
4m 18s

Michael Oher connects the poem, "The Charge of the Light Brigade" by Alfred Lord Tennyson, to football and relates it to courage and honor.


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  • Stephanie Reese
    almost 2 years ago
    Helping to develop the "so what" in writing analytically.
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    over 5 years ago
    finding meaning in poetry

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