Lessons for Authors

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  • The Original's Sins - … textbook publishing industry discussing their ideas and recommendations for improvements. Author(s): Annissa Hambouz, The New York Times Learning Network Yasmin … identical language to other textbooks get published without intervention from authors or editors? c. How do later editions of textbooks differ … collaborative efforts"? n. According to Professor Cronon, how are textbook authors put in "an awkward and embarrassing situation"? 3. Explain to …
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  • Public Deception - … accused of deception. After learning about a well-known German author who made public his participation in the SS, an organization … during the Holocaust, students write reflection papers exploring moral standards. Author(s): Michelle Sale, The New York Times Learning Network Javaid … section to find a review that interests you. Research the author and write a biographical article that could have accompanied the …
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  • Exploring the Elements of Stewardship - … Plan 2 Handouts None Vocabulary (refer to Glossary for definitions) Authority and funding Brownfield Engineered barriers Enforcement GIS (geographic information system … of an effective stewardship program 4.1 Authority and Funding Stewardship requires that clearly stated authority and funding elements are established at … institutional controls are governmental and proprietary. Governmental control is the authority of federal, state, and local laws to impose and enforce …
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  • Post Viewing Activities - … pieces of literature. The first pair of pieces comes from authors you and your students might already know: Chinese-American writers … from the chapter or in their own words, how each author identifies "Chinese" and "American" characteristics. After students have completed the … why these authors have been banned by Chinese authorities. Lead them in a discussion of what behaviors and values Chinese authorities clearly find …
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  • Young Blood - … the convention? What challenges did demonstrators pose to the authorities? How did the authorities react and why? Why was the confrontation shocking … 1. What individuals or institutions have authority over teenagers? How do individuals or institutions acquire authority over others? How do they maintain … them write down the different ways that young people challenged authority and the consequences of those challenges. After Watching 1. How …
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  • Mosaic Masks with Mood - DARTS INTEGRATED LESSON FORMAT Lesson Title: Mosaic Masks with Mood Authors: Alain J. Millar Underline Grade: Underline Subject: EC-Early Childhood … ?) in an organized reading (performance art presentation). last update by author: 4/23/03 Students will: develop critical thinking, ability to … (create characters from novel, short story, etc...) last update by author: 4/23/03 Formal performance with invited guests using "tea …
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  • Introduction to Metaphors - … -6.1 Analyze and interpret author's craft, citing evidence where appropriate by... Demonstrating knowledge of author's style or use of … Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen. Previously, the class addressed the author's use of simile to convey meaning and to create … the left column. 9. Explain to students that many times authors extend metaphors so that different aspects of the things compared … himself? * How has the main character changed? * Why does the author use a metaphor to explain the main character's predicament …
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  • Accordion-Book Summary - … Book Include the title and author's name. Don't forget your own name as the author of the book report. Compose … friends to read. For a Nonfiction Book Include the title, author's name, and your name. Compose a theme statement. For a nonfiction book it might be, The author wanted to show that spiders are fascinating and are not … you liked the book, think about the following: Did the author provide the information you expected to find? Was the writing …
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  • Novel Guide THE END OF THE LINE - … mood. I analyze, make inferences and draw conclusions about the author's purpose in contemporary contexts and provide evidence from the … a culminating activity that best matches their learning styles. 4. Author Interview with ANGELA CERRITO PRE-READING 1. Before looking at … the similarities and differences? Students can enter their lists on author Angela Cerritois website: http://www.angelacerrito.com/readers-words.html …
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  • Demystifying Mood in Creative Writing - … the two contains mood and atmosphere. Do you think the author's use of mood and atmosphere helped you become involved … ." As you begin the story, focus on the way the author uses the readers' feelings and emotions to get them involved … fate of the youth by using insights offered by the author. Comprehension * After finishing the story, return to your descriptor list … were moody and atmospheric? List some and explain how the author showed these traits. "Either write something worth reading or do …
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