Pick and describe an event or action in the story that impacts Aaron the mostPick and describe an event or action in the story that impacts Aaron the most
How does Aaron’s experience with the gang echo his grandmother’s experiences in the Ukraine?
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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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Grades 9-10 ela close Reading cohort 1 The materials contained herein are intended for use by Delaware teachers. Permission is hereby granted to teachers and nonprofit organizations or institutions to reproduce these materials for their own use,Grades 9-10 ela close Reading cohort 1 The materials contained herein are intended for use by Delaware teachers. Permission is hereby granted to teachers and nonprofit organizations or institutions to reproduce these materials for their own use,
This permission does not apply to mass distribution of these materials, electronically or otherwise
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Irving and the Predecessors of the American Story English 11 MorrisIrving and the Predecessors of the American Story English 11 Morris
How does Miss Baker criticize the charges? What evidence does she offer to prove that she has done nothing wrong?
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Chronological orderChronological order
Ask yourself questions that require you to use skill of sequencing in order to form an answer. Be sure you are able to prove your answer by showing pages, pictures, etc… within the story (text)
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Some things to think about when writing a Directed Reading/Thinking Activity by Laurie GillSome things to think about when writing a Directed Reading/Thinking Activity by Laurie Gill
Mselves to wondering what will happen next. Good stories will tend to present likely stopping points to you. Have faith in your own ability to choose stopping points
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Literary terms: protagonist, antagonist, symbolic ofLiterary terms: protagonist, antagonist, symbolic of
These terms are explained on p. 46 of the lit book, and in the appendix pages 91-93
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Title: Tops and BottomsTitle: Tops and Bottoms
Common Core ela standards: rl 1, rl 2, rl 3, rl 4, rl. 7; W 2, w 4; sl 1, sl 2, sl 4, sl 5, sl 6
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A reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or another work of literatureA reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or another work of literature
Allusion (a-loo-zhuhn): a reference in a literary work to a person, place, or thing in history or another work of literature. Allusions are often indirect or brief references to well-known characters or events
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Elgin Community College Elgin, IL 60123Elgin Community College Elgin, IL 60123
The second method of reading is to analyze the various elements the author has used to construct his/her story. This second method is, of course, what we have been trying to do in this short story unit
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Use this passage to answer the next 22 questions. The Crow and the PitcherUse this passage to answer the next 22 questions. The Crow and the Pitcher
He swooped down to the pitcher and discovered that there was only a little bit of water at the bottom of the pitcher. The Crow tried to put his beak in the opening of the pitcher, but the opening was too small
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Analyzing the Different Jokers in BatmanAnalyzing the Different Jokers in Batman
Batman (1989). Although the personality of the Joker is consistent in both films, minor adaptations in the new film portray him as a modern villain while keeping original fans satisfied
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Getting Away with Murder: the True Story of the Emmett Till CaseGetting Away with Murder: the True Story of the Emmett Till Case
A 14-year-old African American boy was brutally murdered in 1955 after whistling at a white woman. The subsequent trial of the white men who committed the crime, and who were found innocent
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Tic Tac Toe Question PromptsTic Tac Toe Question Prompts
Directions: Pick any row, column, or diagonal set of questions. For each of the 3 boxes, finish the question and answer it. The answer will be what you write on your paper
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Seventh Grade Book ReportSeventh Grade Book Report
This is your form to help write your final copy. Write your final copy on a separate sheet of paper
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