Lessons for Autobiographical Writing

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  • Autobiography, Adjectives, Simile, Metaphor, Show Not Tell - … apply to how they discuss each other's writing, also apply to discussing the writing of published authors. They should always be … your comments. When they have finished writing out what they will do to improve their writing, have them copy it into their … Hero Myth Trickster Myth Monster Myth Creation Myth Unit 2 Autobiographical Incident 1 © 2001 ESubjects Inc. All rights reserved. 3 …
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  • Autobiography, Reflection, Evaluation - … OBJECTIVES • To introduce new elements of writing: evaluation, reflection, and dialogue • To reinforce old elements of writing: metaphor/simile, adjectives, show not … to decide what the message of this piece of writing is. Have them write what they believe the message is on the … Hero Myth Trickster Myth Monster Myth Creation Myth Unit 2 Autobiographical Incident 1 © 2001 ESubjects Inc. All rights reserved. 4 …
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  • Meet Janie Crawford - … need to work on turning their work in on time, writing second drafts, or getting their papers edited properly. They should … ). God 3. Selecting an image 2. Write down a topic idea for a reflective autobiographical essay about one of your folk groups … 3 and 4 of Their Eyes Were Watching God and write a Dialectical Journal (one full page). HOMEWORK 1) Dialectical Journal … of Their Eyes Were Watching God and write a page in the Dialectical Journal. 2) Write down a topic idea for a …
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  • The Importance of Place - … chart that looks exactly like yours. Anything you write down, they should also be writing in their notebooks. 4. Visualize – Ask students … Importance of Place Review Homework – Students should write their second drafts of the reflective autobiographical essay tonight. They should also continue to … 6 of Their Eyes Were Watching God and write Dialectical Journal 4. 2) Write second draft of Essay 3. 3) Continue reading …
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  • Critique and Revise Remaining Pages - … Reflection) Guidelines – Student Page Reflective Circle Diagram – Student Page Reflective Writing Rubric – Student Page Critique Sheet – Student Page ThinkQuest Website Guidelines … class of the components of reflective writing. Hopefully someone will remember two critical concepts: reflective writing explores a big idea, a larger … ). And reflective writing includes analysis, often from more than one perspective. Previously, students wrote reflective essays based on an autobiographical incident (about …
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  • What are Our Folk Groups? - … stories, one per group) My Folk Groups – Student Page Evaluation Writing Rubric – Student Page Essay 2: Evaluation Guidelines – Student Page LESSON … if you were writing a story about it. (This will form the basis for another autobiographical piece that they will write later.) 6 … journal entry and study vocabulary. HOMEWORK 1) Write Essay 2 (Step 2 of Guidelines). 2) Write journal entry. 3) Study vocabulary to …
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  • American Abolitionists - … partial period for research and brainstorming, a partial period for writing, and a partial period for rehearsal is recommended). Procedure Warm … advocate through non violent means, such as through anti slavery writings? Explain. What was the constitutional and legal context that framed … under the pseudonym "Linda Brent", was one of the first autobiographical narratives about the struggle for freedom by female slaves and …
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  • American Abolitionists - … partial period for research and brainstorming, a partial period for writing, and a partial period for rehearsal is recommended). Procedure Warm … advocate through non violent means, such as through anti slavery writings? Explain. What was the constitutional and legal context that framed … under the pseudonym Linda Brent , was one of the first autobiographical narratives about the struggle for freedom by female slaves and …
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  • American Abolitionists - … partial period for research and brainstorming, a partial period for writing, and a partial period for rehearsal is recommended). Procedure Warm … advocate through non violent means, such as through anti slavery writings? Explain. What was the constitutional and legal context that framed … under the pseudonym Linda Brent , was one of the first autobiographical narratives about the struggle for freedom by female slaves and …
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  • Plessy v. Ferguson & the Roots of Segregation - … and focus on being a writer. In 1879, his largely autobiographical novel regarding Reconstruction, A Fool's Errand by One of … a huge success. He continued to write novels, and among other literary accomplishments, he began writing a weekly editorial column entitled "A … railroad yard, at Frederick A. Douglass Senior High School, began writing about Homer Plessy and other New Orleans civil-rights heroes …
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