Lessons for Literature

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  • Post Viewing Activities - … students to read or re-read four short pieces of literature. The first pair of pieces comes from authors you and … allow students to read the voices of writers of imaginative literature over the past four decades. To think about what it … voice and an identity. To introduce students to counter-cultural literature in China today. Copies of The Woman Warrior by Maxine … have students consider why the Chinese ban certain types of literature. To allow students to think about teen rebellion. Introduction to …
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  • Novel Ideas: History of the American Novel - … standards available online at Students read a wide range of literature from many periods in many genres to build an understanding … integrated whole that explains the functions and interactions of language, literature, the arts, traditions, beliefs and values, and behavior patterns. Time … to accomplish goals. Materials and Media Components: excerpts from American literature, from 1600 to the present (PDF) construction paper for time …
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  • What is Photosynthesis? - … Textbooks Overhead with leaf diagram Books listed on Technology and Literature Page Computers will each have a site for students to … focus attention on target concepts. See Science Talk Lesson above. Literature and technology was also utilized: Students will have the opportunity … answering the question, students had the opportunity to utilize both literature and technology. The technology came from pre-determined websites that …
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  • Response to Literature:Feelings About the Book - … program is that their personal book; to analyze responses to literature are valued and important. characters' This lesson, which focuses on … no right way to feel, and that good Marty's? literature causes different readers to feel Compare and different emotions (just … using the an animal is a common theme in juvenile literature, Student Comment and students will probably have plenty of other …
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  • Immigration: That Was Then 1856-1923, This Is Now 2006. - … : Students read and recognize literature as a record of human experience. Reading, responding to, and discussing literature that represents points of view … events that are familiar and unfamiliar, using new vocabulary from literature in other context, comparing the diverse voices of our national experience as they read a variety of United States literature. Geography Standard 6: Students apply knowledge of people, places, and …
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  • Jabberwocky Jive - … _X_ 5-8 ___ 9-12 Subject Tag: Language Arts: Literature: British Literature Creative Writing: Poetry Grammar Synopsis: The British author of … the poem, and try to decipher their meaning. Keywords: British literature, Lewis Carroll, Jabberwocky, portmanteau word, invented words, wordplay, poetry, quatrain … and expression. NYC: E2b The student produces a response to literature. E4a. The student demonstrates an understanding of the rules of …
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  • A Comparison of the Play and Movie Inherit the Wind - … 5-8 ___ 9-12 Subject Tag: Language Arts: Literature: American Literature Language Arts: Literature: Drama Synopsis: The play Inherit the Wind by … . Keywords: Inherit the Wind, plays, evolution, Scopes Monkey Trial, comparing literature to film, drama, dramatic license, historical fiction, scene, setting, visual …
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  • The Search for Identity: Their Eyes Were Watching God - … ___ 5-8 X_ 9-12 Subject Tag: Language Arts: Literature: American Literature Writing Guides: Composition Writing Creative Writing: Screen Writing Reading … God, African-American women writers, Harlem Renaissance, 20th Century American literature Body: Introduction: This unit plan begins with some introductory activities … , or in the same genre. E2B: Produce a response to literature 4A: Independently and habitually demonstrate an understanding of the rules …
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  • Writing about Irony - … and understanding the concept and the use of irony in literature. Through the discussion of the different types of irony, students … identify irony and its important role it plays in the literature they read. Objective: Following a brief discussion of irony, each … benefits of irony in literature? When you are asked to write about irony in a work of literature, you are often answering …
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  • Essential Elements of Fantastic Quest Literature: One the Quest Motif in Fantasy - Short Stories - … . It showcases the fantastic quest within the world of fantastic literature, which is the main theme of the unit, and helps … literary elements and devices to analyze, compare, interpret and create literature. Focusing Questions: What are the common elements of fantasy quest … fantasy story. These elements are in all the fantastic quest literature we will be reading. Students should also keep in mind …
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