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  • Critical Perspectives: Reading and Writing About Slavery - … column. Display this chart in the classroom for students to refer and add to as they progress through the lesson. back … Generator to type and print their letters. Remind students to refer to the L column of the K-W-L chart … about the Underground Railroad in their projects. They can also refer back to the books they read during Sessions 1 and … the chart in the classroom and use it as a reference when reading about other topics throughout the year. back to …
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  • Ekphrasis: Using Art to Inspire Poetry - … ' journal responses. As the discussion develops, students will point out references to painting and art, and some students may realize the … reproduction of Van Gogh's Starry Night. (The song also references other Van Gogh paintings * Sunflowers, Wheat Field with Crows, Self … about the pieces of artwork they have chosen. Students should refer to the Ekphrastic Poetry Booklet Checklist and Ekphrastic Poetry Booklet …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Exploring Careers Using the Internet - … .) Distribute copies of the Blogging Information Sheet handout for student reference. 5. Outline the writing process students will use for the … possible. 6. Distribute the Occupation Description Rubric for students to refer to as they write. This rubric reinforces your earlier discussion … facts, ask leading questions as appropriate, and prompt students to refer to the Occupation Description Rubric. 9. Bring the writing time …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Give Them a Hand: Promoting Positive Interaction in Literature Circles - … the sentence starter, "I give ____ a hand because ____ ." Refer to behaviors and skills listed on the chart of Characteristics … cool compliment. A warm compliment designates a specific behavior and refers to the positive skill demonstrated by that behavior. An example … . Have students meet in their literature circles for discussion and refer to their Reflection Worksheets to track the desired behaviors. 2 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Help Wanted: Writing Professional Resumes - … interests.) Ask students to go to their groups and, with reference to the sample resumes from this session and last, produce … ReadWriteThink Notetaker to Draft Resumes handout and ask them to refer to their Resume Action Words handout as they draft. Stress … . Remind students of the importance of the job posting by referring to the activity from Session Two. Project a sample job … sites and gather ideas about the visual presentation of resumes. Refer them to the Suggested Online Student Resume Resources if necessary …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Id, Ego, and Superego in Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat - … story. Pass out copies of the book for students to refer to as you read. Distribute the handout Plot Graphic Organizer … Plot of The Cat in the Hat handout as a reference. When the students have completed their work, ask them to … the The Cat in the Hat psychoanalysis chart for textual reference as they add notes to the student interactive. From there … , and superego in the characters of the movie and book. Refer to the Get The Reel Scoop lesson plan for ideas …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Tell and Show: Writing With Words and Video - … Director's Chair. back to top Session 3: Prewriting 1. Refer to the guidelines for effective captions that you and students … should discuss the topics to be covered in the film (referring to the Venn Diagrams they created during Session 3) as … work on their essays. You might start them out by referring again to the description of the Point-by-Point essay … are strong point-by-point essays. If necessary, they should refer back to the Comparison and Contrast Guide making sure that …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Using Microblogging and Social Networking to Explore Characterization and Style - … made about writing style in their reading the full chapter. Refer to the Jane Austen Style Sheet for examples of specific … define the literary terms on the board or overhead projector. Refer to the Style Sheet for literary terms and definitions. Once … terms for their observations, add more of your own (again referring to the Style Sheet for definitions and examples). You may … tweets should be about an event that is easy to reference or imply and should make sense without extra contextual information …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Using Picture Books to Teach Setting Development in Writing Workshop - … observations on the board. Save these notes for students to refer to when they are revising their own writing independently. Before … together and find examples of setting development. Remind students to refer to the Three Elements of Setting Development handout for support … story using this Setting Graphic Organizer from Educator's Desk Reference. Have students compare where they currently live to the setting …
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  • Writers' Workshop: The Biographical Sketch - … on your knowledge of those students' interests. You can also refer them to the Writers' Workshop: List of Possible Subjects. You … sample Writers' Workshop: Biographical Sketch Rubric so that students can refer to it as they write. This rubric reinforces the discussion … tidbits, ask leading questions as appropriate, and prompt students to refer to the rubric as necessary. Suggested time for this portion …
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