Lessons for Authors

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  • First Steps Toward Source Citation: Author Research - … be paired up with a classmate and assigned a prominent author. Step 2 We will go to the LMC and use computers to find and record the following information about your author: 1) date of birth and death 2) place of birth 3) two major works 4) a picture of the author 5) two images to illustrate the two major works While … .) Step 7 Present your colorful author sheet to the class. Step 8 Turn in both the author sheet and Works Cited page …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Frontline Muslims - … Islam as democratic. Other Muslims use Islam to sanction their authority. Whichever way this goes it has consequences for the whole … Islam as democratic. Other Muslims use Islam to sanction their authority. Whichever way this goes it has consequences for the whole … head covering, was banned at all public institutions." Aysal Eksi, author. "The struggle for Muslims to define how Islam is integrated …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Literature That is Scary or Silly - … Plan Technology Use LU Title: Literature That is Scary or Author(s): Dawn Fargo & Rebecca Silly Zehr Grade Level: First Grade … . them. The actions of characters produce cause and effect relationships. Authors use special words to create the mood of a story … : class identifies sound words from a tape and discusses why authors create or use words to show sounds Tape recorders (at … pencil Center activities: cards with sound words printed on them Authors use special words to Center 1: Computer create the mood …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • The Artist as Entrepreneur: Know Your (copy)Rights - … Science and Useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and … unless given permission to do so by the author of the work. The author of the work has exclusive rights to his … used for copyright notation. (Each example should have the ©, the author?s name, and the year the document was developed.) 9 … use, are determined by the author of the work. 4. Registering the copyright better protects the author against ?innocent infringement.? 5. Distribute …
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  • The Joy of the Body - … dues-paying members of the HOMEBASE parents co-op are authorized to use this manual and the accompanying audio-tape/CD … :Only dues-paying members of the HOMEBASEparents co-op are authorized to use this manual and the accompanying audio-tape/CD … dues-paying members of the HOMEBASE parents co-op are authorized to use this manual and the accompanying audio-tape/CD … dues-paying members of the HOMEBASE parents co-op are authorized to use this manual and the accompanying audio-tape/CD …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • A Tale to Tell - … : Tell the students in this section of the video, the author begins to use similes. Ask students to define simile and … they alike? (Accept reasonable responses.) Why do you think the author chose to use similes in this part of the story … ) on the board. Looking at the similes, why did the author choose to compare these things? How are they alike? (Accept … their website. 3. Print out and draw illustrations. About the Author Julie Weaver Julie Weaver is a fourth grade teacher at …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • Labour Defended Against the Claims of Capital - … performs is therefore a question of considerable importance, which the author was, on this account, induced to examine. As a result … this invidiously. The only motive I have for selecting these authors, as the representatives of the political economists, is, that they … long ruled the affairs of the political world with undisputed authority which has, for its own security, added honour and political …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Wild Thing Illustration Creation! - … and Self-Monitoring Strategies; Indicator 1 : Describe the role of authors and illustrators Reading Applications: Literary Text; Indicator: Provide own interpretation … from the text. OBJECTIVES: The students will1. Learn about the author-illustrator Maurice Sendak, and recognize illustration as a form of … landscape including foreground, middle ground, and background. VOCABULARY: Maurice Sendak Author-Illustrator Outline Watercolor Resist Landscape MATERIALS: light (tan, peach, gray …
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-2
  • Desert Life - … series of events from a reading selection 2. Determine the author's purpose 3. Identify the facts 4. Identity the main … to a partner. 16. Read the author's, name and ask the students "What is the author's job?" 17. Read the … with a partner. After reading the author's name the teacher will ask what is the author's job? When the teacher … learned in the past. Resources and Materials: "Cactus Hotel" by author-Brenda Z. Guiberson Illustrated by Megan Lloyd Overhead projector and …
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  • Stowe's Reviewers - … . Describe how use of context and language structures conveys an author's point of view in contemporary and historical essays, speeches … and discuss the reviews together in order to determine the authors' arguments. Depending on the time allotted and the reading level … you find places where one author supports or refutes the arguments of another? How did the author's assumptions and beliefs about …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
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