D. U. C. A. T. S. – The “6 gold pieces” of writer’s voice DD. U. C. A. T. S. – The “6 gold pieces” of writer’s voice D
The following acronyms may help students to remember different elements of writer’s craft to consider when annotating a text
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S subject the general topic, content, and ideas contained in the text. You should be able to state the main subjects in a few words or a short phrase. T o occasionS subject the general topic, content, and ideas contained in the text. You should be able to state the main subjects in a few words or a short phrase. T o occasion
To analyze any piece of writing any rhetoric it is essential to know the subject of the piece, the occasion for its being written, the audience for whom it is written, the purpose of the piece
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Sula by Toni Morrison Part One UntitledSula by Toni Morrison Part One Untitled
The quote at the beginning of the book is from “The Rose Tattoo,” a play by Tennessee Williams from the 1950s. You should read it. It’s good
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Amigo BrothersAmigo Brothers
Write your answers on a separate piece of paper. Answer in complete sentences—restate part of the question in your answer. Cite evidence to support your answers
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Kindergarten Writing PerformanceKindergarten Writing Performance
Note: The questions in bold were designed to help students learn skills necessary to meet the writing standards
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To earn complete credit for your book you must choose any combination of exercises below that will total 100 points or more. If you go over 100 points I will award extra creditTo earn complete credit for your book you must choose any combination of exercises below that will total 100 points or more. If you go over 100 points I will award extra credit
The most important element is to be creative and show me that you really did read the book by using quotes, citations, evidence, and critical thought where appropriate. Once done
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Question Sheets for casi 8 Reading PassagesQuestion Sheets for casi 8 Reading Passages
Read the story, "Retired." When you are finished reading, answer the questions below
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Novel Study: Love Medicine Quarter One Overall ObjectivesNovel Study: Love Medicine Quarter One Overall Objectives
The students will learn about and demonstrate their understanding of writing style by comparing/contrast two authors
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Choice books for book talksChoice books for book talks
Your creative presentation can be poetry, fiction, memoir, film, visual art, music, dance, or any other artistic genre that you choose. Your goal is to inspire a classmate to want to read the book you read
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Title: The Drummer Boy of ShilohTitle: The Drummer Boy of Shiloh
Common Core ela standards: rl 1, rl 2, rl 3, rl 4; w 2, w 4, w 9; sl 1; L 1, L 2, L 4
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1. Give a brief synopsis of the story in your own words1. Give a brief synopsis of the story in your own words
Not all of these questions are applicable to every work, and in some cases complete answers will overlap with other questions. These questions will serve to help the reader formulate his thoughts on a work of fiction and will be utilized throughout
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3000 West School House Lane  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144  215-844-3460  penncharter com3000 West School House Lane  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144  215-844-3460  penncharter com
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Dung is late for the meetingDung is late for the meeting
Temporarily, Janet is working as a waitress, but she hopes to become an actress soon
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Text Dependent Questions WingsText Dependent Questions Wings
The people in the neighborhood were pointing their fingers and watching the sky saying, “Look at that strange boy!” Why were they pointing their fingers to the sky? (Pg. 18)
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