Lessons for Literature

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  • The Original's Sins - … audiences and purposes; Writes persuasive compositions; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 6- Demonstrates competence in the general skills … through literature; Understands the effects of the author's style on a literary text; Understands that people respond differently to literature Language … fulfill different purposes; Writes reflective compositions; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 6- Demonstrates competence in the general skills …
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  • Behind the Cover - … ) -resources about various written works, including author information found in literature textbooks, biographies, reference books, encyclopedias, computers with Internet access, etc … audiences and purposes; Writes biographical sketches; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 4- Gathers and uses information for research … , biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 4- Gathers and uses information for research …
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  • A Bookish Proposal - … book marketing strategy by reading and discussing the article, "Selling Literature to Go With Your Lifestyle." 3. Create unique lists of … school, poetry collections, comic books, cookbooks, etc. -copies of "Selling Literature to Go With Your Lifestyle" found online at http://www … . Have the class read and discuss the article of "Selling Literature to Go With Your Lifestyle" (http://www.nytimes.com/learning …
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  • The People, They Are a Changin' - … , and different ways that groups function. Benchmark: Understands how language, literature, the arts, architecture, other artifacts, traditions, beliefs, values, and behaviors … audiences and purposes; Writes narrative accounts; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 4- Gathers and uses information for research … , biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 4- Gathers and uses information for research …
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  • All Across America - … , and different ways that groups function. Benchmark: Understands how language, literature, the arts, architecture, other artifacts, traditions, beliefs, values, and behaviors … audiences and purposes; Writes narrative accounts; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 4- Gathers and uses information for research … , biographical, autobiographical, and observational narrative compositions; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 4- Gathers and uses information for research …
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  • Word Trip - … (optional; one per student) -resources about the Beat generation (optional; literature reference books, encyclopedias, computers with Internet access, etc.) Activities / Procedures … for different audiences and different purposes; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 2- Demonstrates competence in the stylistic and … fulfill different purposes; Writes reflective compositions; Writes in response to literature Language Arts Standard 2- Demonstrates competence in the stylistic and …
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  • Promises, Promises: Examining Political Campaigns - … United States Constitution or excerpts from the state Constitution. Campaign literature "Appendix One: 'Promises, Promises: Group Assignment Sheet" SUGGESTED MATERIAL: Campaign … students. 3. Distribute copies of candidate number one's campaign literature, copy or excerpts from the Constitution, and the group discussion … Directions: Using your copy of the Constitution, and the campaign literature that you have been given, discuss and answer the following …
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  • It's All Part of the Story - … with body language, food, dance, art, music, storytelling, drama, crafts, literature and religious rites. Storytelling reflects our rich cultural and religious … before beginning their tale. Symbolic * Refers to larger bodies of literature that might be passed down orally through history Lessons * Describe … ; uses supporting detail). Writes reflective compositions. Writes in response to literature. Uses a variety of verbal and nonverbal techniques for presentations …
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  • The Political Dr. Seuss: Dr. Seuss and Universal Themes - … assigned for homework) Introduction: Students should already realize that the literature they read in school conveys themes and lessons that apply … : 1. Hold a brief class discussion on a work of literature, short story, or poem that students have recently read, either … messages and lessons. One of the most important functions of literature, whether for teenagers, adults, or young children, is to convey …
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  • Dr. Seuss and Universal Themes - … assigned for homework) Introduction: Students should already realize that the literature they read in school conveys themes and lessons that apply … : 1. Hold a brief class discussion on a work of literature, short story, or poem that students have recently read, either … messages and lessons. One of the most important functions of literature, whether for teenagers, adults, or young children, is to convey …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
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