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By Cassandra Buchignani
Elie Wiesel uses figurative language and literary devices to allow an unimaginable evil to be conceivable. Without his thoughtful descriptive language, his words would not have the power that they do. You will need to choose ______________ and write
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Literary analysis practice paragraph prompt with an example.
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Peer editing worksheet for a literary analysis of Night by Elie Wiesel. w
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Students will plan an intervention for Anonymous by following actual steps of the intervention by analyzing characters, making inferences, finding quotes, summarizing, etc. Excellent tine to use is around page 84 because she is coming home from
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After reading Jack's speech in Ch. 8 of LOTF, students compare and contrast Jack's speech with modern political advertisements using SOAPStone.
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English Language Arts, Informational Text, Close Reading
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9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
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Macbeth Act IV.iii “Fit to govern? No, not to live.” Students will find textual evidence of Malcolm committing each sin. Students will also write a claim statement.
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English Language Arts, Literature, Close Reading
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Students reread pages 23-26 of The Great Gatsby (Ch. 2). This time, they focus their reading and analysis on symbolism which is broken down. They also compare Dr. T.J. Eckleburg to another billboard for a visual analysis.
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English Language Arts, Reading, Close Reading
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This peer editing sheet asks students to identify essential elements in a speech manuscript in which they are peer editing.
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