Longman Lecture on T. C. Boyle’s “Greasy Lake” by Diane Thiel Part I – ReadingLongman Lecture on T. C. Boyle’s “Greasy Lake” by Diane Thiel Part I – Reading
We drank gin and grape juice, Tango, Thunderbird and Bali Hai. We were nineteen. We were bad. We read André Gide and struck elaborate poses to show that we didn’t give a shit about anything. At night, we went up to Greasy Lake.”
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Amelia’s Road-Story StructureAmelia’s Road-Story Structure
Main Characters- one or Two people that the story focuses on and is centered around
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Comprehension spontaneous and cued retellingComprehension spontaneous and cued retelling
At the completion of reading (or listening to) a story/passage ask the student to provide a spontaneous retelling of the story/passage in their own words. Give 1 point to each main idea from the text provided in the retell
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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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Homework project : St Michael’s ce primary School Year 5 Autumn 1Homework project : St Michael’s ce primary School Year 5 Autumn 1
Homework project : St Michael’s ce primary School
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Plot options (main idea/message/theme) Alternate EndingPlot options (main idea/message/theme) Alternate Ending
Write this as though it were a creative writing piece (try to mimic the author’s writing style). At the end write a paragraph explaining how your changes/additions affect the overall meaning of the story
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Background InformationCharlie and the Chocolate Factory Background Information
When reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, I felt relaxed and got a lot of pleasure. This story is not only interesting and imaginative but also reflecting
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Grade Literacy Checkpoint 4: Testing Window December 15-17, 20-21Grade Literacy Checkpoint 4: Testing Window December 15-17, 20-21
Determining the meaning of words or phrases in a passage using the context clues of descriptions, comparison-contrast, and clue words are not covered in the text and will need to be addressed in expanded direct instruction and additional student practice to raise
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Legend versus History in the Film King Arthur (2004)Legend versus History in the Film King Arthur (2004)
I would like to thank my supervisor doc. Mgr. Milada Franková, csc., M. A. for her patient guidance
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Wiki Literature Circles: Creating Digital Learning CommunitiesWiki Literature Circles: Creating Digital Learning Communities
We 0 technologies (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, blogs etc.) dominate students’ lives and we should not ignore this. If we want to engage them, we have to meet them where they are
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Historical/realistic fiction book reportHistorical/realistic fiction book report
A book of historical fiction is a novel set in an actual period of history. Choose a book set in a historical time of
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Due Monday, April 4th, 2016 Title and AuthorDue Monday, April 4th, 2016 Title and Author
Usually the story takes place in a variety of different places (school, home, basketball game, etc), but you describe the main setting and can then include particular places as well. Be sure to use date and place
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