These two graphic organizers correspond to a Collins Type II writing prompt. The objective is for students to use text based evidence to support their writing in a short argument piece.
Students use the evidence they gather using this graphic organizer to analyze Anne Bradstreets concern ( or more importantly lack thereof) with worldly goods and how her Puritan beliefs shaped her views about life, and her writing.
Included in the download are directions on how to use these graphic organizers, including the researched based gradual release method.
Used in the Pre-Colonial Era Unit of English 11, these graphic organizers can be used at the end of the unit as evidence for a much more detailed, in depth Collins Type III writing assignment about how cultural beliefs shaped American Society during this time period.
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