PDF (Acrobat) Document File
Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.
students? I have felt the same way, so I have worked for the past six years to create resources that support my students' acquisition of everyday and academic language while learning about American history and literature.
This document covers a section of the Benjamin Franklin's autobiography, written in 1780, that focuses on Franklin's views of religion.
"Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography - Acept Your Imperfections" is the third installment in my Colonial America series and focuses on reducing the language complexity but not the civic value represented in Franklin's original writing.
This document is intended for use with ESOL students or others who are struggling to make connections between language concepts.