Did you learn how to diagram sentences when you were in school? If not, you probably have no idea what I'm talking about, and think the image attached to this card is an interesting design, and nothing more, when in fact it is one of the most famous lines of literature in all time diagrammed in a visual way. Sentence diagramming has had its ups and downs: there are those that think the visual representation of the sentence is not practical for teaching students to learn logically, and there are many students that get frustrated and lost when trying to understand how to diagram a sentence. Still, there are those visual learners, those that won't grasp the syntax until it is laid out for them in a picture, who are benefited by learning how to diagram sentences. Diagramming sentences is being taught less and less, especially as common core takes over the country: what do you think? Should we let this art fade, or is it time that students all learn about sentences in one way?