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‘Twas the eve of the Diction Door

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‘Twas the eve of the Diction Door

and all through the school,

every student was wondering

how it would be used.

But nobody knew –

except for Ms. Bloom –

who smiled mysteriously

at every question anew.

She said, “Tune in tomorrow,

it’ll be quite a show!

Just come prepared

to learn the lingo!”

And as she walked off,

the students replied,

“That Ms. Bloom

sure is…

weird!”

Want to read more about the Diction Door? Check out these two posts: Wading into Word Walls and Deliberate Diction Unlocks the Door to Success!

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