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This is a graphic memoir. A graphic memoir tells a person’s life through text and drawings. Why does Art Spiegelman use mice instead of people to portray the characters in the story? What do the mice represent?
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Unit topic: Holocaust Text Study: Maus I by Art Spiegelman Days in Unit: 5 weeks Essential QuestionsUnit topic: Holocaust Text Study: Maus I by Art Spiegelman Days in Unit: 5 weeks Essential Questions
How do the effects of past events impact the lives of those who did not experience them?
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Soc ∙ Ms. Wiley ∙ Culture Resources & Analysis, d nameSoc ∙ Ms. Wiley ∙ Culture Resources & Analysis, d name
The learned set of beliefs, values, norms and material goods shared by group members
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Text: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne essential questions/big ideasText: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne essential questions/big ideas
Why did this author choose to study the Holocaust through the perspective of a child?
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Ap english Summer ReadingAp english Summer Reading
Choose any novel Thomas Foster refers to in his book that interests you. You may want to check the appendix in the back of his book. Make sure it is a book and not a short story or poem. I would suggest
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Title: The Drummer Boy of ShilohTitle: The Drummer Boy of Shiloh
Common Core ela standards: rl 1, rl 2, rl 3, rl 4; w 2, w 4, w 9; sl 1; L 1, L 2, L 4
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Freedom Walkers: the Story of the Montgomery Bus BoycottFreedom Walkers: the Story of the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Tells the story of the 1955-56 bus boycott in Montgomery, Alabama by African Americans. They just wanted to be treated with dignity on city buses, but they helped launch a nationwide civil rights movement
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Week 1 Instructional Objective monday, june 29,1863Week 1 Instructional Objective monday, june 29,1863
Students will be given a reading pre-test to demonstrate their knowledge in reading comprehension
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Immigrants and their Children: Second Generation Americans Split between CulturesImmigrants and their Children: Second Generation Americans Split between Cultures
Through different stories we see that this sacrifice is almost never fully appreciated by the children, and can often be a point of contention
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Writers Workshop Spring 2013 Pierce/Quatmann Stylistic Analysis Assignment due: Fri, Feb. 4 at end of class, (or before class begins on Monday, Feb. 7) File NameWriters Workshop Spring 2013 Pierce/Quatmann Stylistic Analysis Assignment due: Fri, Feb. 4 at end of class, (or before class begins on Monday, Feb. 7) File Name
This information will be used to write a stylistic analysis of the two stories. Your goal is to show your understanding of how the various elements of style work together to achieve an intended effect
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Heritage or hatred? Confederate flag gets 23 Virginia students suspendedHeritage or hatred? Confederate flag gets 23 Virginia students suspended
People gather at the South Carolina State House during a rally to support the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the building's grounds in Columbia, South Carolina, June 23, 2015. Photo: Tracy Glantz/The State/tns
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How You Live Affects Where You Live: Focus on the Amazon RainforestHow You Live Affects Where You Live: Focus on the Amazon Rainforest
The title of this article is “How You Live Affects Where You Live.” What do you think that expression means?
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First They Killed My Father by Loung UngFirst They Killed My Father by Loung Ung
Content Objective: Today, I will analyze how the author unfolds a series of events by creating a paragraph comparing Loung’s experience with Elie Wiesel’s experience while creating connections within the book. Rwc10-gr. 9-S. 2-gle. 2-eo d
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Miss Spitfire: Reaching Helen Keller by Sarah MillerMiss Spitfire: Reaching Helen Keller by Sarah Miller
But Helen Keller needed more than a teacher. She needed someone daring enough to work a miracle. And if anyone was a match for Helen, it was the girl they used to call Miss Spitfire
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