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    • Thumb image for A Critical Role: Learning How to Write Museum ReviewsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      A Critical Role: Learning How to Write Museum Reviews

      Grades: 6 to 12
      Subjects: History & Culture, Writing Strategies, Visual Arts & Performing Arts, Reading Comprehension and 2 additional..
      In this lesson, from the New York Times Learning Network, students read a New York Times review of the Museum of the African Dia...
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      The "Secret Society" and Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby"

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts
      In this lesson, from EDSITEment, students explore the nature of the "secret society" implied in "The Great Gatsby" through a clo...
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      The Impact of a Poem's Line Breaks: Enjambment and Gwendolyn Brooks' "We Real Cool"

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, English-Language Arts
      In this EDSITEment lesson, students closely analyze line breaks and the effect of enjambment in Gwendolyn Brooks' poem, "We Real...
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    • Thumb image for Death in Poetry: A. E. Housman's "To an Athlete Dying Young" and Dylan Thomas' "Do Not Go Gentle intResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Death in Poetry: A. E. Housman's "To an Athlete Dying Young" and Dylan Thomas' "Do Not Go Gentle int

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, English-Language Arts
      In this EDSITEment lesson, students study poems about death, including A. E. Housman's "To an Athlete Dying Young" and Dylan Tho...
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      Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying": Crossing the River

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Geography, Literature, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts
      This lesson, one of a multi-part unit from EDSITEment, introduces students to William Faulkner's novel "As I Lay Dying." Student...
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    • Thumb image for Walt Whitman as a Model Poet: "I Hear My School Singing"Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Walt Whitman as a Model Poet: "I Hear My School Singing"

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Writing Strategies, English-Language Arts, Reading Comprehension, Literature
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students use Walt Whitman's list poem "I Hear America Singing" as the inspiration to critically r...
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    • Thumb image for Analyzing Poetic Devices: Robert Hayden's "Those Winter Sundays" and Theodore Roethke's "My Papa's WResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Analyzing Poetic Devices: Robert Hayden's "Those Winter Sundays" and Theodore Roethke's "My Papa's W

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, English-Language Arts
      In this EDSITEment lesson, students study the content and form of two poems about father-son relationships: Robert Hayden's "Tho...
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    • Thumb image for William Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury": Narrating the Compson Family Decline and the Changing SouthResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      William Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury": Narrating the Compson Family Decline and the Changing South

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literary Analysis, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts, United States History
      In this unit of four lessons, from EDSITEment, students examine narrative structure and time, narrative voice/point of view, and...
      Contributor: Thinkfinity
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    • Thumb image for Exploring Irony in the Conclusion of "All Quiet on the Western Front"Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Exploring Irony in the Conclusion of "All Quiet on the Western Front"

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Writing Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Literature, English-Language Arts
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students examine the situational irony at the end of Erich Maria Remarque's "All Quiet on the Wes...
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    • Thumb image for From Courage to Freedom: Frederick Douglass's 1845 AutobiographyResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      From Courage to Freedom: Frederick Douglass's 1845 Autobiography

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, United States History, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts
      In this EDSITEment unit of three lessons, students read Frederick Douglass's 1845 slave narrative, "Narrative of the Life of Fre...
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    • Thumb image for Analyzing Character in <em>Hamlet</em> through EpitaphsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Analyzing Character in <em>Hamlet</em> through Epitaphs

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Reading Comprehension, Literary Analysis, English-Language Arts
      Students create epitaphs for characters from a tragedy, such as Hamlet.
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    • Thumb image for Beyond Black and White: Examining the Portrayal of Race in Video Games and the Entertainment MediaResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Beyond Black and White: Examining the Portrayal of Race in Video Games and the Entertainment Media

      Grades: 6 to 12
      Subjects: Reading Comprehension, English-Language Arts
      In this lesson, from the New York Times Learning Network, students critically examine the portrayal of minorities in video games...
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      Analyzing Symbolism, Plot, and Theme in "Death and the Miser"

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Reading Comprehension, Literature, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts, Visual Arts
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students apply analytical skills to an exploration of the early Renaissance painting "Death and t...
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    • Thumb image for Analyzing the Purpose and Meaning of Political CartoonsResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Analyzing the Purpose and Meaning of Political Cartoons

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Reading Comprehension, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts
      In this lesson, from ReadWriteThink, high school students learn to evaluate political cartoons for their meaning, message, and p...
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    • Thumb image for Flannery O'Connor's "A Good Man is Hard to Find": Who's the Real Misfit?Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Flannery O'Connor's "A Good Man is Hard to Find": Who's the Real Misfit?

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, United States History, History-Social Science, English-Language Arts
      In this EDSITEment lesson, students explore and challenge dichotomies (such as black and white, good and evil, faith and doubt) ...
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    • Thumb image for Developing Characterization in Raymond Carver's "A Small, Good Thing"Resource Type: Website / HyperLink

      Developing Characterization in Raymond Carver's "A Small, Good Thing"

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Writing Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Literature, English-Language Arts
      In this ReadWriteThink lesson, students use a literary graphic organizer to analyze the three major characters in Raymond Carver...
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    • Thumb image for "You Kiss by the Book": Shakespeare's Romeo and JulietResource Type: Website / HyperLink

      "You Kiss by the Book": Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Theatre, English-Language Arts, Visual Arts, Literature
      This lesson, from EDSITEment, complements study of plot and characterization in "Romeo and Juliet" by focusing on Shakespeare's ...
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      Applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to the Sales Process.

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      Students study Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. In teams, they determine common or popular products or services, as well as...
      Contributor: CTE Online
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      Ad Agencies & Print Advertisements

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      This lesson explains how advertising campaigns are developed and the changing role advertising agencies play in assisting busine...
      Contributor: CTE Online
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      Shakespeare's "Othello" and the Power of Language

      Grades: 9 to 12
      Subjects: Literature, History-Social Science, Theatre, English-Language Arts, Visual Arts
      This lesson, from EDSITEment, contains seven activities for students to explore the linguistic ingenuity of Iago's rhetoric in S...
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