Lessons for Authors

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  • France Shuns Use of Twitter's "Hashtag" - … the article are most interesting and which are most boring. authorities / declared war / purity / influences / government documents / social media / fall foul … include "e-mail", "blog", "supermodel", "take-away", "chewing ( 1 ) French authorities have declared war on the English word "hashtag" in its … the latest English word to fall foul of the French authorities. Officials recently released ( ) regarding outside influences. The General Commission for …
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  • Presidential Power: Eavesdropping, Terrorism & American Freedoms - … questions using relevant excerpts from the Constitution, Congress' September 2001 authorization of the president to defend against future terrorist attacks on … force against those nations, organizations, or persons he determines planned, authorized, committed or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September … support the president's effort to get broader authority under FISA, what broader authority do you think he should get? Why? If …
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  • Construction Of Characters In Fictional Narrative - … Goals 1. Students will understand how authors use ‘rules of notice’ to construct characters How do authors construct characters? 2. Students will … descriptions and additional information that authors use to inform the reader about a character. The author expects the reader to notice these … these two characters, what is the purpose of the author? How might the author use ‘rules of notice’ about these characters in …
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  • Imposing Democracy - … , with significant input from the emperor and feedback from Occupation authorities, had written the document. Quickly, however, the explanation of Japanese … was to translate it into Japanese. Translators dropped the American-authored preamble altogether, thus circumventing the troubling issue of popular vs … intersection of two nations’ histories. The conventional narrative that Americans authored Japan’s postwar constitution claims the story as an American …
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  • Alabama Authors and History - … /Objectives: • Obtain information about Alabama authors from This Goodly Land • Summarize events that happened in an author’s life and organize them … the historical events and the work of the author. For example, if the author grew up during the Civil Rights Movement, is … might spark an interest in reading more by Alabama authors. Some authors such as Hurston are studied in English class so this …
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  • Animal Communication - … to fly. What is the author trying to explain with this analogy? Possible response: The author is trying to explain how bees … the selection to look for the author’s evidence and conclusions, we will remember the author’s most important points. We can … author uses to reach conclusions? Possible response: By searching the selection for the author’s evidence and conclusions, we can remember the author
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  • Author Trading Cards - … to locate relevant and accurate information on authors. Objectives: 1. Students will choose an author and locate resources via NebraskAccess Wilson Biographies … on each one. • Discuss the important stats of authors that would be included on author trading cards. 2. Guided Practice: • Have all … What genre does the author tend to write? List at least 3 books written by author List awards author has received for his …
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  • LPS Nonfiction and Research Follow-Up CRT Project - … . Students will research thematically connected articles, literary criticism articles, and author information articles using an online database. 4. Students will evaluate … less advanced, will research the author and should be able to connect the information about the author to the text. All “types … text, parenthetical citations used for researched information, learning is clear, author, text, and analysis presented clearly, content chosen is significant 5 …
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  • Nostalgia - … did the author live in Haiti? • What kind of family life did the author have as a child? Where was the author educated? • How do you think the author knows about the current status of Haiti? • What information about the author helps … do you think the author had as a child? • Where was the author educated? • How do you think the author knows about the …
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  • Sad Music Helps Mend Broken Hearts - … Relationships and Preferences for Mood-Congruency in Aesthetic Experiences." The authors say: "Consumers experience serious emotional distress when intimate relationships are … Relationships and Preferences for Mood-Congruency in Aesthetic Experiences." The authors say: "Consumers experience serious emotional (11) ____ when intimate relationships … Relationships and Preferences for Mood-Congruency in Aesthetic Experiences." The authors say: "Consumers experiential / experience serious emotional distress / distrust when intimate …
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