Lessons for Authors

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  • Giving Credit Where Credit is Due - … fact and who wrote it. Citation Checklist ____ Author's last name ____ Author's first name ____ Title ____ Location of … . Example: Geary, Jennifer. Plagiarize No More. Cincinnati: Geary Publishers, 2004. (Author. Title of Book. City of Publication: Publisher, Year.) Citation Checklist … ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Author's last name Author's first name Title Location of publishing house … each of the authors' names. Place a period after the last author's name. If there are more than three authors, you must …
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  • Effective Literary Analyses - … references to the text or to other works and authors; c. analyze the author's use of stylistic devices and express an … . 2. Throughout the reading and discussion, identify passages, which highlight author's style, language nuances and textual ambiguities. 3. Encourage students … essay. 11 Effective Literary Analyses --Grade 12 Attachment D Analysis: Author's Style Directions: In collaborative groups, discuss the following questions …
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  • Novel Creation - … Applications: Literary Text Benchmark F Identify and analyze how an author uses figurative language, sound devices and literary techniques to shape … novel. Ask the students to define the phrases "author's purpose" and "author's style." Ask students if the ending of the … specific details Attempts to capture author's purpose and style Lacks introduction, body or conclusion Ignores author's purpose and style Digital …
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  • Monitoring Urban Development - … when doing research. (Check the authority of the author, check the domain in the address, contact the author, check currency of posting and … will use the following format in your bibliography: (Author last name), author first initial, author middle initial. (Year work was created). Title of … . Bias 10. Strength of resource 11. Weakness of resource 12. Author's authority 13. Points of agreement and disagreement among sources 23
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  • Stringbean's Trip to the Shining Sea - … teacher use (attached) Student Comprehension Worksheet-one per student (attached) Author's Toolbox student worksheet-oe per student (attached) Page 1 … of students. Students will Think Pair Share and complete worksheet -Author's Toolbox. Allow an appropriate amount of time for students … mail postcards to other classrooms, family and friends Invite an author to come to classroom to discuss writing styles Send postcards …
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  • Looking for a culminating project to draw your 7th or 8th graders' school year to a close? Compiling biographical essays on authors is just the trick. Don't be fooled by this seemingly mundane assignment, however. The novelty is packed into the KWL approa - … relating this process to students' immediate needs. Introduce the related author biography assignment and explain how students can follow this procedure … few days.) 2. Introduce the day's topic, author Sandra Cisneros (or another author of teacher's choice). 3. Begin shifting control … a brief biographical essay on that author later. DAY 3 1. Allow students to choose an author from a list of those … class. Students can also indicate a favorite author as an alternative. These will be the authors they research. 2. Distribute one sheet …
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  • This author study is designed for third grade and requires 3 lessons of approximately one hour each (or can be adapted for shorter sessions) plus a few hours at home of reading and creating a project. The student will each chose an author and then will pa - A Salute to Children's Authors: A Third Grade Author Project Description: This author study is designed for third grade and requires 3 … about their author. Materials & Sources: graphic organizer (see included Word document); list of author Websites; magazines with biographical information on authors; handouts with … a list of children's authors. 2. Student will choose an author from the list for an author study. 3. Students will use …
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  • Colonial Apprentice - … on the first page / blurb the author wrote____ ____ . What are the words the author wrote that helped you make your prediction … ____ because on page ___ the author wrote____ . I also think that____ because on page ___ author wrote ____ . STEP 5: * Read … because on page ___ the author wrote____ . Finally, I also think that____ because on page ___ author wrote ____ .___ STEP 7 … Robb * READING JOURNAL RESPONSES * Message of Author I Lesson to be Learned I think the author wrote this book because he/she …
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  • Lonely Planet Travel Guide in Fraud Scandal - … global travel community....If it's in the guidebook our authors have been there." Other Lonely Planet writers support Kohnstamm. Britain … global travel community....If it's in the guidebook our authors have been (10) ____." Other Lonely Planet writers support Kohnstamm … global travel community....If it's in the guidebook our authors have been there." Other Lonely Planet writers support Kohnstamm. Britain …
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  • Literary Tour of California via Vodcast - … listener through the life of the author from the authors' points of view. All authors will be an author that was either born in … /or map out the author's California journey. Activities: -Students will choose an author from a list of California authors and, working in … a biography of the author in an autobiographical format, from the author's point of view, hilighting the author's life, works, and …
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