Lessons for Genres

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  • You Are What You Read - … it by reading aloud to their classmates, who identify the genre and respond to related questions in their journals. Standards Florida … . Make sure students have a thorough knowledge of the word 'genre', including a listing of the types that are appropriate to … this will also be a passage that will make the genre identification as simple as possible. Students should practice reading the … their journal entries. This form has the students list each genre that has been featured during this period, then look at …
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  • All Mixed Up - … people to identify and/or define different music genres and artists from each genre. Poll people of various ages and compare their … instrumentation, texture, rhythmic qualities, melodic lines, form) of representative music genres and styles from a variety of cultures; Understands characteristics that cause various musical works (e.g., from different genres, styles, historical periods, composers) to be considered exemplary; Understands the …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Kid Lit Crit - … book - 'Adventure,' 'Fantasy,' 'Science Fiction,' 'Realism,' 'Memoir,' 'Biography,' or another genre?" After allowing a few minutes to write, ask students to … , foisted, snivelers, tediously, conjures, predilections, hybrid, memoir, polemic, steel, oppress, genre, bane, realism, protagonists, fecklessness, wearily, diatribe, muddles, evolved, attuned, nuanced … the defining characteristics of a variety of literary forms and genres; Makes inferences and draws conclusions about story elements; Recognizes the …
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  • Theme Analysis - … with the double-entry diary. 18. Review the term "genre." Instructional Tip: Genre - a type of literature. A poem, novel, story or … changing status of minorities since the late 19th Century. Vocabulary: * genre * theme Materials and Resources: The inclusion of a specific resource … the pieces we have read. Consider how the choice of genre affects the expression of this theme. Compare/Contrast the different …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • 2002: The Year in Review - … Objectives: Students will: 1. Consider the popularity of various musical genres in their community; discuss the reasons for the relative popularity … ? g. Are the "genre" categories listed in the article real genres? Why do you think the author used these genre titles? 3. Divide … book section, and completion of creative writing piece. Vocabulary: spectrum, genre, consonant, streamlining, icons, aesthetic, climactic, rendition, formulaic, sabbatical, nimble, introspective …
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  • Having My Say: A Multigenre Autobiography Project - … need. craft an informational nonfiction essay around that information, adopting genre-appropriate voice, style, and methods of development. successfully integrate informational … discussion into a conversation about what makes each of these genres especially effective. Write students' observations on an overhead or large … guidelines for effective informational writing (see the Understanding the Two Genres handout). Answer any questions students have about the contextual essay …
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  • Genres - … . Closure: Re-state the objective. Review genres discussed so far. Preview next lesson on continuing genres. Assessment/Evaluation: Objective: The student will differentiate genres of literature. (English 2.a.4 … : The students will read aloud and discuss the types of genres (C)and the teacher will observe their responses. (M) Formal …
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  • Theme Analysis - … with the double-entry diary. 18. Review the term "genre." Instructional Tip: Genre a type of literature. A poem, novel, story or … changing status of minorities since the late 19th Century. Vocabulary: genre theme Materials and Resources: The inclusion of a specific resource … the pieces we have read. Consider how the choice of genre affects the expression of this theme. Compare/Contrast the different …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Standards-Based Assessment - … appeals to authority, to understand and interpret examples of the genre; • Categories apply techniques of effective listening and demonstrate an understanding … and historical contexts, to understand and interpret examples of the genre; • • Categories use relevant, significant, and explicit information and ideas from … . (Assessment focuses on specific expectations, instruction and type of writing genre.) Learning Expectations Reading Comprehension Tests • express clear responses to written …
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  • Myths, Folktales, & Fairy Tales - … participation in a variety of online activities. By interviewing accomplished genre writers and storytellers, taking part in online writing activities, and … the writing process to create writing in different genres Identify unique characteristics of the genre: myth, folktale, folklore, and fairy tales Produce … evidence of knowledge of the different genres Read and listen to genre examples to increase knowledge of genre characteristics Read myths and folktales …
    User Rating: Grade Level: Pre-K-12
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