Original Assignment Answers Question 1: Figures and beliefs of Greek mythology including deities can be identified in many types of Greek art.
Comprehension of Informational Text Indicator 6. Read critically to evaluate informational text Objective f. Identify and explain words and other techniques the author uses to appeal to emotion Assessment limit: Significant words and phrases that have an emotional appeal Read these ' articles ' about writing for yourself.
Then answer the following. Does the passage from "Keeping a Journal" or the passage from "How to Write Poetry" better use words and phrases to persuade a person about the value or journals? In your response, use information from the article that supports your answer.
Write your explanation on the lines in your Answer Book. Sample Student Response 1 Annotation: The student responds, "I think "How to Write Poetry" is more telling the goods of a journal. To improve this response, the student should use text support to explain what "the goods of a journal" are.
Next, the student should show how those "goods" make a person believe that there is a value in journals. Sample Student Response 2 Annotation: The student answers that " 'Keeping a Journal' uses better words to persuade people because it tells you a little bit of the history of journals and where the word comes from" Then the student cites the second paragraph telling the derivation of the word journal.
The student answers the question and offers text support for that answer. To improve this response, the student should show how knowing the history of the word journal is persuasive enough to make people believe in the value of journals. In addition the student could find additional word use from the text that might prove persuasive to students for example the words "treasures and memories.
And in the story "How to Keep a Journal" it tells you everything that a journal has and what people write in it. The student answers the question and uses text support for that answer.
To improve this response, the student should focus on the comparison of the journal to a mosaic and explain how that comparison is persuasive and would make a student believe in the value of journals.
Perhaps the student could emphasize that the journal like the mosaic is a work of art, the artist like the journalist is "unique," and that art like the journal is a "true expression of the heart.Annotation- Chapter 5 Mosaic of Thought Keene, Zimmerman 6/21/ LTC “Questions lead me to unexpected places and keep me intrigued.
For me, questions are the glue of engagement” (Keene & Zimmerman, p , ).
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Not much academic content, but could generate student interest; no manuals (answer key online, apparently) Mosaic 2, Reading, Silver Edition, McGraw Hill. Fall 2. Rico, Roche Barbara, and Sandra Mano. American Mosaic Cultural Readings in Context.
Third edition. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, Mosaic's Steven Soderbergh six-part limited series takes off slowly but surely and does a great job at blurring the truth with reality. It's unsuspected ending may leave many frustrated only because we, the audience, will not the satisfaction of knowing what the truth is, nor are the characters in the series.
I was hoping for a Season 2.