Lessons for Henry David Thoreau

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  • A Letter Read 'Round the World - … . Thoreau, Walden, and the Environment The life and writings of Henry David Thoreau as well as the Walden Woods Project, the Thoreau Society and The Thoreau … : The Basic ACLU Guide to Free Expression. Joel M. Gora, David Goldberger, Gary M. Stern and Morton H. Halperin. 1991. The …
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  • Thoreau and Emerson pre- and post-read - … are given to students before and after reading excerpts from Thoreau's Civil Disobedience and Emerson's Self-Reliance as contained … ? Civil Disobedience: 1. Why does Henry David Thoreau refuse to pay his taxes? 2. Define civil disobedience: 3. Thoreau lists two characteristics that make … parchment that I quarrel?" 5. Why was Thoreau let out of prison? 6. How does Thoreau describe the authority of the government?
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  • The Theme of Civil Disobedience in Sophocle's Antigone - … : 1. Textbook copy of Sophocles Antigone 2. A copy of Henry D. Thoreau's essay, "Civil Disobedience" 3. A copy of Lawrence … quotations Procedure: 1. Define the expression "Civil Disobedience." 2. Read Henry David Thoreau's essay, "Civil Disobedience." Discuss why he wrote this work … will increase writing skills. Class Discussion Questions: 1.Why was Thoreau arrested and imprisoned in Concord for one night in 1846 …
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  • The Chances of the World Changing: Protecting Endangered Species - … Writing" offers a collection of work from writers such as Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Annie Dillard, and Barry Lopez. Use Chances of … Writing" offers a collection of work from writers such as Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Annie Dillard, and Barry Lopez. Use Chances of …
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  • Zen Buddhism and Modern Utopia - … definition of enlightenment. • Transcendentalists such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau encouraged Americans to reevaluate their perceptions of the world around … and Zen Buddhism, have students read portions of Walden by Henry David Thoreau and research the 19th -century utopian community of Brook Park …
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  • Creative Writing - … creative writing associated with environmental health, ranging from Walden by Henry David Thoreau to Silent Spring by Rachel Carsen. Environmental health issues affect … Austin: The Land of Little Rain Herman Melville: Moby Dick Henry David Thoreau: Walden Mark Twain: Life on the Mississippi Walt Whitman: Leaves …
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  • Water Creative Writing - … creative writing associated with the environment, ranging from Walden by Henry David Thoreau to Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. Environmental health issues affect … /2004 108 Water Module Creative Writing Herman Melville: Moby Dick Henry David Thoreau: Walden Mark Twain: Life on the Mississippi Walt Whitman: Leaves …
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  • Explorations in American Environmental History: Resource Management: Local and Historical Perspectives - … the following essays from American Environmentalism: Readings in Conservation History: Thoreau, "The Value of Wilderness" George Perkins Marsh, "Human Responsibility for … and Preparation: Worksheets Worksheet: Nature Experience Worksheet: Questions for Discussion: Thoreau, Emerson, Muir Study notes on Conservation writers Worksheet: Chronology of … and Wonder in the Last Wilderness. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997. Henry David Thoreau. Excerpts from "Walden: Where I Lived and What I Lived …
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  • My Side of the Mountain Discussion Guide - … simple person who reacts honestly to the world around him. Thoreau Henry David Thoreau, a 19th century American writer, left the city and lived … years at Walden Pond. Bando sees Sam as a modern Thoreau who leaves civilization behind and experiments with living in the … disturbed.) 6. Bando says to Sam,"Let's face it, Thoreau; you can't live in America today and be quietly …
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  • Henry Hikes to Fitchburg Lesson Plan - … Henry David Thoreau, the "Henry" series is a sweet introduction to how we prioritize events in our lives, and our appreciation of nature. In Henry Hikes to Fitchburg, Students inevitably view Henry as the winner. When the book was … progresses. Related Resources http://www.henrybuilds.com Henry Builds a Cabin Henry Climbs a Mountain Henry Works http://www.cnaturenet.org Last Child …
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