Refugees and migration: Junior Secondary English, Year 8 Seeking refuge — The journeyRefugees and migration: Junior Secondary English, Year 8 Seeking refuge — The journey
Texts used include The Happiest Refugee: a memoir by Anh Do, Mahtab’s Story a novel by Libby Gleeson, the non-fiction text Children of War: Voices of Iraqi refugees by Deborah Ellis; and the graphic novel The Arrival by Shaun Tan
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The Horror Story (100 points)The Horror Story (100 points)
Make it yours. Be creative! It must be typed. You will read the story aloud to the class during our “campfire.” Your story must not have any questionable material. If it does
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Project ideas for beowulf (100 points each)Project ideas for beowulf (100 points each)
Now that you have completed reading the epic, Beowulf, you are to complete a project relating to the story. The suggestions below can be done in groups or individually
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History Waits Upon GeographyHistory Waits Upon Geography
This model lesson focuses on how geography impacted the development of major river valley civilizations. Students will analyze the impact of geography on agricultural practices, economic activity, political structures, religious beliefs
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Fast Food: Who’s to Blame? Reading Rhetorically Prereading Activity 1: Getting Ready to ReadFast Food: Who’s to Blame? Reading Rhetorically Prereading Activity 1: Getting Ready to Read
Now that you have brainstormed words that you associate with french fries from a fast-food restaurant, write for 10 minutes on this topic
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