Are you and your students ready for the upcoming PARCC assessments? Use this lesson to give your students practice with a literary analysis prose constructed response. First, engage students with two high-quality texts: “Naming Myself” by Barbara Kingsolver and “My Name” from The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros. Then help students complete a close reading of the poem and excerpt with activity hand-outs focusing on pre, during, and post reading strategies. Afterwards, students…
Are you and your students ready for the upcoming PARCC assessments? Use this lesson to give your students practice with a literary analysis prose constructed response. First, engage students with two high-quality texts: “Ain’t I a Woman?” by Sojourner Truth and “Phenomenal Woman” by Maya Angelou.
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This activity combines literary analysis with the intellectual freedom of task rotations. Contains instructions, essential questions, poems, and task rotation cards.The unique feature of this product is the task rotation response cards. For this activity, students use the information generated during the original task rotation to create new knowledge/products.Poems: Phenomenal Woman by Maya AngelouFearful Women by Carolyn Kinzer
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/sourceradio/2015/04/17/everything-wkathybmarcy-williamsearlyjackson-quinton-morgan Source Nation! Join us tonight at 6:15 in The Ladies Lounge as Kathy B welcomes Marcy Williams into the studio to share her book, He vs She, which is a book that analyzes the gap in pay between men and women. Historically, men have made $.70 to every $.30 paid to a woman. This study shows the methodology and analysis conducted by large companies when determining “how much is a…
“If you don’t have self-esteem, you will hesitate to do anything in your life. You will hesitate to report a rape. You will hesitate to defend yourself when you are discriminated against because of your race, your sexuality, your size, your gender. You will hesitate to vote; you will hesitate to dream. For us to have self-esteem is truly an act of revolution, and our revolution is long overdue.” -Margaret Cho
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