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Every student is different, and one of the challenges teachers face is learning

Every student is different, and one of the challenges teachers face is learning about what motivates each individual student and what strategies are most effective for helping the class engage with the content so learning can take place. This is especially true when teaching reading. Reading is an essential life skill, and one that must be cultivated and developed in all students, regardless of their diverse interests and varied abilities. Teachers must learn to survey and get to know their students so they can plan effective instruction that is differentiated and motivates all types of readers.
Imagine that you are a classroom teacher for students in the 3rd grade level. It is the beginning of the school year, and you will soon be introducing students to the first book they will read and study as a class. As the teacher, you are tasked with differentiating instruction and employing various motivational strategies to ensure that your students are engaged with what they are reading. You have decided that you will create a project-based assessment that can meet the differentiated needs of the students and provide a culturally relevant learning experience.
Study the “Class Profile” to learn more about the specific needs of the students in your class. Use the qualitative and quantitative data presented to think about how you can motivate students based on their interests and needs and provide classroom activities that will increase skills and performance levels.
Review the entire “Literature Project” so you are familiar with the components and requirements of both parts of the project. Complete Part 1 on the “Literature Project” template as directed. You will expand on this project by completing Part 2 of the template in the assignment. Continue to develop the project-based literature project by referring to the “Class Profile” and completing Part 2 of the “” template as directed.
Submit the completed “Literature Project” template, student handout, and grading rubric.
APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

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Compare Dunbar’s “The Fourth of July and Race Outrages” with Frederick Douglass’

Compare Dunbar’s “The Fourth of July and Race Outrages” with Frederick Douglass’s “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” What common political attitudes and perspectives do the two essays share? What does the Civil War seem to mean to each author?
Due By 2/10/23 !!! The sooner the better!!!

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In an essay of 2 double-spaced pages, identify the pilgrim described in the line

In an essay of 2 double-spaced pages, identify the pilgrim described in the lines below; be sure to refer specifically to the characterization as set out in these lines. To develop your essay, you can refer to other lines not given below. Then compare/contrast this character to others described in The General Prologue. Be as specific as possible as you explain the importance of this pilgrim in the context of The General Prologue as we have discussed it. Your essay must show clear knowledge and understanding of the lecture/discussion material. You may consult class notes, but do not consult external sources in the completion of this assignment. DO NOT USE OUTSIDE SOURCES!!
Wid was his parisshe, and houses fer asonder,
But he ne lafte nat, for rein ne thonder,
In siknesse nor in meschief to visite
The ferreste in his parisshe, muche and lite,
Upon his feet, and in his hond a staf.
This noble ensample to his sheep he yaf,
That first he wroghte, and afterward he taughte.
Out of the gospel he tho wordes caught;
And this figure he added eek therto,
That if gold ruste, what sholde iren do?
For if a preest be foule, on whom we truste,
No wonder is a lewed man to ruste!

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Compare Dunbar’s “The Fourth of July and Race Outrages” with Frederick Douglass’

Compare Dunbar’s “The Fourth of July and Race Outrages” with Frederick Douglass’s “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” What common political attitudes and perspectives do the two essays share? What does the Civil War seem to mean to each author?
Due By 2/10/23 !!! The sooner the better!!!

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Read the poem “The death of the ball turret gunner” by Randall jarrell. List an

Read the poem “The death of the ball turret gunner” by Randall jarrell. List and explain three details which were important in establishing the message/theme of the literary piece. Next construct a thesis statement that argues a particular meaning of the poem based on your three details. Then state how your thesis is interpreted by the three details by explaining your details in complete sentences. Be sure to connect each detail to your thesis statement. Be sure to use quotes or sample from the poem in your details.

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Read the poem “The death of the ball turret gunner” by Randall jarrell. List an

Read the poem “The death of the ball turret gunner” by Randall jarrell. List and explain three details which were important in establishing the message/theme of the literary piece. Next construct a thesis statement that argues a particular meaning of the poem based on your three details. Then state how your thesis is interpreted by the three details by explaining your details in complete sentences. Be sure to connect each detail to your thesis statement. Be sure to use quotes or sample from the poem in your details.

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There will be 3 genre papers for this course – one for each genre (fiction, dram

There will be 3 genre papers for this course – one for each genre (fiction, drama and poetry). You will be provided with a choice of prompts; you will choose one and respond with a 2 page essay. Your paper should address three works from the genre. For example, in your short fiction paper, you should address three short stories. No outside sources are necessary. You should use MLA format; refer to the Purdue OWL and library guide for assistance . Refer to the late policy for late submissions. Refer to the Course Policies sheet in Week 1 for full details.
WORKS TO CHOOSE FROM FOR DRAMA ESSAY:
Anton Chekhov, Three Sisters
Susan Glaspell, Trifles
Henrik Ibsen, A Doll House
William Shakespeare, Hamlet
Sophocles, Antigone

Choose 1 of these prompts to respond to in essay format:

Examine a theme that runs throughout these texts. Choose ONE of the following: identity, family, death, justice, love or betrayal/revenge. Cite three texts that we have discussed.

Examine the role of women in these texts. Cite three works that we have discussed.

3. Examine how place functions in these works. For example, why is the setting important? How is the notion of land disputed in these works? How does place affect the plot/outcome of these works?

4. YOUR OWN TOPIC – You may choose to pursue your own unique approach to explore in your essay. HOWEVER, YOUR TOPIC MUST BE APPROVED BY ME AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT HOURS BEFORE THE DEADLINE. Your essay must cite three works that we have discussed.

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Please write a three well-constructed paragraphs concerning the attached reading

Please write a three well-constructed paragraphs concerning the attached reading “A Message to Garcia

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This week, you began with Akala’s video orienting us toward a critical reflectio

This week, you began with Akala’s video orienting us toward a critical reflection on the British history and values that you witnessed in Week 1 with the London Olympics. Akala pointedly asks:
“which of the traditions of the people on this island [United Kingdom] would you be drawing on and identifying with? The one that promotes and reinforces race and class oppression and explains away the genocide of empire as a civilized mission? Or the one of relentless activism that secured for us the very fragile freedoms we have today?”
In your journal this week, please reflect on the forms of activism that you see in both The History of Mary Prince and William Blake’s “Chimney Sweeper” poems. Choose specific moments in each work (that is, directly quote and analyze) that offer insight into how the author promotes or enacts a critical response to the wrongs of slavery.