words began with the letter C,
which was also the first letter in Candy’s name, and
that Candy, coyote, and crow all began with the
same sound as well.
What benefits do students gain from having
their home language validated and used as a
Howdo the underlying...
in a dramatic monologue);
– analyse how elements of literary forms
other than novels and poetry are used to
enhance meaning (extensive study) (e.g.,
compare a parody with the original text
to understand the author’s purpose;
explain how the conﬂict and characterization in a short...
students will gain an appreciation for the inherent power given to those who write and tell stories, and how readers can disrupt or challenge that power through critical questions and knowledge of literary techniques and conventions. As well, students will be empowered to tell their own stories, sharing...
Hurston's where she talent, doespaint, isherstyle, vision a within which might one discover those as her style. "private motives" helped create literary that to in sensesinduce "I am so visual minded all theother that pictures "one Hurston's So Hemenway, sees prose." me," Hurston stated. for once...
story. Vocabulary building-unfamiliar words in the text (Dictionary
• Critical awareness. What is the writer’s attitude/opinion? Howdo you know? What words are used to convey this?
Learners’ attitude /opinion?
Lesson 8: (mainly speaking and listening) Based on “A man dreams dreams” by...
basic themes is the
text concerned with?
7. How typical of the genre is this text in terms of
8. What expectations do you have about texts in
9. Have you found any formal generic labels for this
particular text (where)?
10. What generic labels have others given the same...
intentional design limitations are as follows:
1) The Standards define whatall students are expected to know and be able to do, not how teachers should teach. For instance, the use of play with young children is not specified by the Standards, but it is welcome as a valuable activity in its own...
(e.g., Cinderella stories) by different authors or from different cultures.
10. Actively engage in group reading activities with purpose
and understanding. Responding to Literature 11. With prompting and support, make connections between self, text, and the world around them (text...
are different. Eg.: coming home, hot foot
29. content: the term is commonly used to refer to what is said in literary works, as opposed to how it is said (that is, to the form or style)
30. couplet (rímpár): a pair of rhyming verse lines, usually of the same length; one of the most widely...
describes the dying Ivo, or Clarissa.s professed fear of death and confession that .
The text questions what it is to be human. How is it that someone can be apart of two murders and force someone to suicide without an ounce of emotion? How is it that someone could kill to keep a castle? The Dark...
room for teachers, curriculum developers, and states to determine howthose goals should be reached and what additional topics should be addressed. Thus, the Standards do not mandate such things as a particular writing process or the full range of metacognitive strategies that students may need to...
Unambiguous: characters have clear, motivated goals & just a handful of important traits.
Consistent: characters do not contradict their established traits; they may develop within those traits across the film.
Delay, obstacles, and deadlines are crucial to Hollywood plotlines.
from the type of discourse that might have some purposive effect upon the real conditions of its participants. What Puttenham said in 1589 remains true today: literary and non-literarytexts might share a number of stylistic features but literarytextsdo not belong in the same category of functional...
Glossary of Literary Terms
Addresser/Addressee: The addresser of a text is the voice of a text. In prose, the term more commonly used is narrator, in a poem, speaker. The addresser is often different from the poet or author. The addressee is the receiver of a text, often the reader, but...
the actors on stage;
2. the response of the audience; and
1. Howdo audiences describe their experiences of attending arts performances?
2. What is the relationship between audience engagement and artistic quality?
3. the influence of theater to both the actors and the audience...
, “What should students know and be able to do?”
A.2. Performance standards, which express the degree or quality of proficiency that students are expected to demonstrate in relation to the content standards. They answer the question, “How well must students do their work?” or “At what level of...
General Tilney had murdered his wife13 : because both Catherine and Briony look at the world as if it is a literarytext, and of a particular type, they expect to see certain conventions of plot and character development and do see these conventions.14 There is also the misreading of Briony’s parents and...
intervention are literarytexts capable of making? What are the political implications of particular rhetorical strategies and generic choices? Howdoliterarytexts encode or allegorize particular political questions? How, at a particular historical
Evaluation Method: Two short analytical papers...
crafting a compelling story, and the enjoyment of the listeners/readers when encountering thosestories. There was a serious distinction between prose and poetry in the types enjoyment to be had, both in weaving the story and hearing it. The authors used their artistic license to tell the story in a...
arguments and evidence from research. They become aware of the many purposes for which language is used and the diverse forms it can take to serve particular purposes and audiences. They learn to use the formal language appropriate for debates and essays, the narrative language of stories and novels...