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Wars (see History, American)

American
15.02.07 A Turn of the Century Reading of Yellow Death: A Story of Medical Sleuthing

African Americans, Role of
02.03.07 African Americans and the Military

in Art
12.01.09 Interpreting the Imagery of War

Civil War
81.04.02 Reading and Writing about the Civil War
97.02.02 Literature of the U.S. Civil War
04.02.09 His Story, Her Story: Voices from the Civil War in Children’s Literature
08.01.01 The Writ of Habeas Corpus, The Constitution and Abraham Lincoln, War President

Conscription (Draft)
08.01.02 A Prescription for Conscription? Lessons from the Draft in the American Civil War and Compulsory Service in Subsequent Conflicts

1898-1945
78.03.06 America’s Wars, 1898-1945

Revolutionary War
92.04.02 Colonial Living: A Look at the Arts, Crafts, History, and Literature of Early Americans
97.02.01 Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices
12.01.09 Interpreting the Imagery of War

Women, impact on
02.03.09 How War Changed the Role of Women in the United States
15.02.03 Women, War and Propaganda: Cultural Connections in the Long 20th Century

Ethnic Conflict
02.03.04 Ethnicity, Nationalism and Conflict in the Early 20th Century

Korean
79.02.01 The Foreign Policies of Harry S. Truman

and Law
08.01.01 The Writ of Habeas Corpus, The Constitution and Abraham Lincoln, War President
08.01.02 A Prescription for Conscription? Lessons from the Draft in the American Civil War and Compulsory Service in Subsequent Conflicts
08.01.03 The Switchroom: NSA Spying and Defending the Constitution
08.01.04 Japanese-American Internment and the United States Government
08.01.05 Accountability in the My Lai Massacre
08.01.06 Accountability and Reconstruction after the United States Civil War
08.01.07 Dictatorship and Transition in the Southern Cone

and Literature

The Red Badge Of Courage
87.02.08 War Beyond Romance: The Red Badge of Courage and Other Considerations

Poetry
03.03.08 Poetry: The Medium of Choice for Political Unrest

Peacekeeping

United Nations
02.03.03 Investigating Conflict Resolution Through the United Nations

Persian Gulf
96.02.08 The Gulf War and its Consequences
96.02.10 Is Gulf War Syndrome a Significant Health Issue the U.S. Government has Tried to Cover Up?

Photography
06.01.01 War Photography: Propaganda, Outrage, and Empathy

Somalia
02.03.02 Questions of War and Peace: Using Case Studies to Teach the History of American Foreign Policy

Twentieth Century

Just War Theory
02.03.01 Just War Theory and the Wars of the 20th Century

Vietnam

Escalation of Conflict
02.03.02 Questions of War and Peace: Using Case Studies to Teach the History of American Foreign Policy

Ethical Issues
83.04.02 Peace and Aggression: A Challenge of Our Time

Journalism
83.04.03 The News Media’s Coverage of the Vietnam War

My Lai
08.01.05 Accountability in the My Lai Massacre

Origins of War
02.03.05 Debating the Future of Indochina in 1945: Making Your Case

World War II

American Treatment of Japanese
82.03.01 When Military Necessity Overrides Constitutional Guarantees: The Treatment of Japanese Americans During World War II

Atomic Bombing of Japan
02.03.02 Questions of War and Peace: Using Case Studies to Teach the History of American Foreign Policy

General
78.03.05 The Foreign Policy of Franklin D. Roosevelt To The Entry Into World War II

Holocaust
80.06.01 The World War II Holocaust

in Literature
81.02.07 World War II: A Comparative Study Through Literature
87.04.01 At Home: The Ties That Bind
97.02.03 World War II As Seen Through Children's Literature
97.02.04 Using Children's Literature to Understand Working Women and Children During World War II
12.02.09 Reading and Writing the Impact of Violence on Students' Lives

Washington, Booker T.
89.05.08 The Roots of The Modern Day African Americans And The Suggested Motivation For A Bright Future (Actual Experiences of Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglass And Joseph Sengbe (Cinque))

Washington, George
98.04.02 "We, the People": New Voices in the Constitutional Debates
01.02.04 The Christmas Campaign of 1776: Many Voices

Weather (see Ecology and Environmental Science)

West Africa

Ceremonial Use of Masks
85.06.06 The Mask—A West African Ceremonial Object
98.03.02 African Art and Aesthetics

Dogon Culture
85.06.09 The Invented Kingdom or What to Do When a Sixth Grade Class is Giggling at an African Fertility Figure

Family Life
91.02.04 Family Life Among the Ashanti of West Africa

Westville, Connecticut
79.03.01 The Development of Westville
91.01.04 The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture

Whitney, Eli
79.03.03 Discover Eli Whitney

Wilder, Laura Ingalls

The Wilder Books
87.04.11

Women

African American

Artists

Ringgold, Faith
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
05.02.10 Investigating the Multiple Identities of African American Women Fictional and Real

Blues Singers
97.05.01 They Lived in Music—Blues Women Sing Their Song

Literature
80.03.04 Images of Black Women in Drama
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage
97.03.10 American Women Who Shaped the Civil Rights Movement Explored Through the Literature of Eloise Greenfield
05.02.02 Female Adolescent Identity Formation: Am I Powerful or Powerless?
15.02.08 Placing Literature in a Cultural Studies Framework: The Color Purple

Children's
99.01.10 Examining the African American Family through the Eyes of Women Authors

Greenfield, Eloise
97.03.01 Struggle of the Black Women

American

Literature
78.03.10 Woman: Her American Experience
78.03.11 Woman Emerging in the Twentieth Century
91.03.03 Magic, Sass, and Rage
99.01.01 Sister Outsiders: Black and White Women Writing in America
99.01.07 Gothic and the Female Voice: Examining Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper"

Nineteenth Century
99.01.07 Gothic and the Female Voice: Examining Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper"

American/African American

Literature
80.01.05 Parallel Studies in Afro-American/American Literature Part III. Womanhood: Profiles in Black and White
91.04.03 In Search of Afro-American Poets in Modern Times
99.01.01 Sister Outsiders: Black and White Women Writing in America
15.02.08 Placing Literature in a Cultural Studies Framework: The Color Purple

Artists
91.02.10 Women Artists In History: A Junior High School Unit
01.02.10 Literacy & Art: The Story behind the Quilt
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective

as Authors
20.01.02 Voices Carry: The Power of Writing to Create Change

Twentieth Century
78.03.09 Women Writing: 1890-Present
92.04.10 Topic: A View of Three Cultures through the Eyes of Three Contemporary Women Writers
99.01.01 Sister Outsiders: Black and White Women Writing in America

Biography
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women
00.01.02 Exploring Character and Culture in the Lives of Three Remarkable Women of Latin America
20.01.01 Visionaries Can Change the World

Hispanic

Latin American
84.03.07 Latin American Women: Finding New Heroes
00.01.02 Exploring Character and Culture in the Lives of Three Remarkable Women of Latin America
00.01.07 The Power of Latin Women’s Poetry

History
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women
20.01.07 Case Studies on Women and their Impact on Society: Using Powerful Narratives of Women to Teach the CRAIGs.

China
84.04.03 Women in Traditional China and their Portrayal in Chinese Folktales

The Sixties
83.04.01 What do they want? Critical Perspectives on the 1960’s in the United States

Westward Expansion
97.03.04 Keeping the Home Fires: The lives of Western women
97.03.06 A Very American Journey: The Lives and Accomplishments of Six Notable American Women

World War II
97.02.04 Using Children's Literature to Understand Working Women and Children During World War II
15.02.03 Women, War and Propaganda: Cultural Connections in the Long 20th Century

in Literature
17.01.04 Women and Power in Adaptations of Macbeth: Welles and Kurosawa
20.01.10 Women in Fiction / Women in Fact: Power and Worth Exposed by Pandemics

Economics
20.01.08 International Trade and its Implications for Female Empowerment
20.01.09 Not So Pretty in Pink: an Analysis of Woman in the Economy, 2020

as Mothers

in Literature
99.01.05 Mothers Represented in Short Stories by Women

as Poets
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective

Wright Brothers
90.07.03 Mankind’s Fascination With Flight

Writing Instruction

After School
01.03.05 Weaving Words: Poetry for Everyday
01.03.06 The Poet Within: a Workshop Series

Anger Management
02.04.03 The Inner Voice: Writing as a Tool to Control Anger in the Classroom

Art
81.04.07 Teaching a Second Language through Art Using the Yale Art Gallery
02.01.07 His Story, Her Story, Our Story / Narrating History Through Art
09.01.02 See It Again for the First Time
09.01.03 Visually Speaking: Using Visual Journaling to Build Elaboration Skills in Writing
09.01.08 Using Art to Encourage Effective Speaking and Writing Skills with ESL Students
09.01.10 Seeing between the Lines: Teaching Students to Interpret Visual and Verbal Text

Latin American
97.01.02 Reflections in a Latin American Mirror

Autobiography
82.02.02 Who Do You Think You Are?
82.02.04 Scribe of Self
82.02.05 The I in You
82.02.07 Student Autobiography: An Approach Through Journal Writing
82.02.08 His Story/Her Story/Your Story
82.04.04 Seascapes—Beginning Explorations
00.01.03 Truth and Identity in Autobiography: Teaching Esmeralda Santiago’s novel When I Was Puerto Rican

Creative
88.03.07 The Autobiography of . . . Me
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
07.01.02 Discovering the Voice Within: Encouraging Students to See Themselves as Writers
08.02.05 Reshaping our Lives with the Circular Journey of Storytelling
08.02.06 Short Stories: Finding Ourselves in the Fiction
08.02.09 Visualizing Myself Ten Years from Now
11.01.01 Conjuring Sight--Evoking Images in Prose Fiction

Basic Skills
78.01.05 A Course in Basic Skills
78.01.07 Ninth Grade English: Aims, Skills, and Procedures for Stretching a Student’s Capacity to Think
78.01.12 The Sequential Teaching of Writing Skills at Grade Eight
81.04.11 Failure-Proof Writing: Assignments for the Student Who Can’t/Won’t Write
82.02.03 My Place In Time
86.04.02 Writing for a Purpose in Senior College English
86.04.03 Developing Good Written Communication Skills and the Word Processing Student
86.04.07 Painless Writing
86.04.08 Writing Workshop
86.04.11 Thoughts to Page: Explorations and Expressions
86.04.12 Writing from the Heart: An Approach to Self-Expression through the Journal
86.04.13 Joining Hands in Writing and Speaking
86.04.14 Practical Writing in the Intermediate Grades
86.04.15 Write On! Express and Enjoy Yourself
89.04.04 Sherlock Holmes: Teaching English Through Detective Fiction
95.01.05 Developing Thinking and Reasoning Skills in Primary Learners Using Detective Fiction
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot
98.05.10 Other Voices -- Latino and Chicano Literature and Identity in America

Biography
20.01.01 Visionaries Can Change the World

Composition

Biology
81.04.10 Perception and Sense Organs A Writing Unit for Biology

Business

as Science
03.04.05 Allowing Students to Explore Simple Physics and Marketing in English Class

General
78.01.03 Sequential Curriculum for Advanced Writing Workshop
78.01.08 Effective Methods For Teaching Paragraph Development
81.01.01 The Janus—Faced Phenomenon of the City
81.04.03 The Sparkplugs: Special Occasions for writing In the History Classroom
81.04.04 Enthusiasm is All Write
81.04.05 Enhancing Ego-Strengths to Develop Writing Skills
81.04.09 The Five Steps for Foreign Born Students in Writing Reports
86.04.04 Using Graphology to Teach Traditional Writing
87.02.03 “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre: An American Grail”
92.03.05 My City, My Home: Good Neighborhoods Are Essential To a Better City

Speeches
06.03.03 Persuasively Speaking: Teaching Persuasive Writing through Great American Speeches

Creative
89.04.06 Challenging Children With Mystery Stories
89.04.09 Plot, Character and Setting: A Study of Mystery and Detective Fiction
95.01.05 Developing Thinking and Reasoning Skills in Primary Learners Using Detective Fiction
95.04.03 Male Image Building Utilizing the Writing Process
96.01.01 An Analysis of Jim Crow Laws and their Effects on Race Relations
96.03.08 People, Places & Pictures
97.03.07 “Women of Color”: A Fight For Change “Through Literature”
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
97.05.05 Creating Blues: An Interdisciplinary Study
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars
98.04.06 Letters to an Unborn Patriot
98.05.10 Other Voices -- Latino and Chicano Literature and Identity in America
99.02.07 Broken Shields/Enduring Culture
99.04.04 Reading Clues Closely
00.05.01 Tuning the Instrument for Actors and Writers
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.03.04 Using Personal Poetic Expression to Enhance Reading and Writing
01.03.05 Weaving Words: Poetry for Everyday
01.03.06 The Poet Within: a Workshop Series
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective
01.03.08 Poems, Prayers, Promises, and Possibilities: The Music of Poetry
01.03.09 Haiku: An Introduction to Writing and Discussing Poetic Form
01.04.04 High School Students Research, Read and Write Children's Literature
07.01.04 Searching Literature to Find and Fall in Love with Your Own Voice
09.01.03 Visually Speaking: Using Visual Journaling to Build Elaboration Skills in Writing
10.02.04 Forging Life: Characterization through Prose
11.01.05 Visual Images as Communication

Essay
05.01.05 Watching, Writing, and Learning: Watching Film and Writing Film Essay as an Introduction to the Elements of Narrative Structure, Character Development, and Causal Logic

Computers
13.01.06 Composition, Computers, and the Common Core: A Twenty-First Century Research Paper

Critical Analysis
98.05.10 Other Voices -- Latino and Chicano Literature and Identity in America
99.04.04 Reading Clues Closely
05.01.05 Watching, Writing, and Learning: Watching Film and Writing Film Essay as an Introduction to the Elements of Narrative Structure, Character Development, and Causal Logic
08.02.04 Coming of Age as a Reader, Writer and Thinker
09.01.05 Controlling Sight and Knowledge in The Tempest
10.02.10 I Like What I Like, Because I Like It! An Epistemological Approach to Literary Analysis and Interpretation
13.01.06 Composition, Computers, and the Common Core: A Twenty-First Century Research Paper

Detective Fiction
99.04.02 Teaching Reading Comprehension and Writing Skills with "Whodunits"

ESL
02.04.02 The First Six Weeks: A Writing Guide for Third Grade Bilingual Class
07.01.10 Hearing Latino Voices in American Literature as a Way for Students to Understand Their Own Hispanic Identity
09.01.01 I Came, I Saw, I Wrote: An Interdisciplinary Writing Unit for Bilingual Students
09.01.08 Using Art to Encourage Effective Speaking and Writing Skills with ESL Students

Autobiography
82.02.06 American Personalities: Autobiographical Sketches

Photography
09.01.01 I Came, I Saw, I Wrote: An Interdisciplinary Writing Unit for Bilingual Students

Figurative Language
08.02.02 The Use of Figurative Language to Convey Details and Character Feelings in Texts

General
78.01.01 A Language Arts Program With a Student-Centered Approach
79.04.01 Myths, Folk Tales and Fairy Tales
80.02.05 View: Visual Inquiry/Experience in Writing
81.04.02 Reading and Writing about the Civil War
88.03.05 Writing and Autobiography
95.01.02 Science and Detection: Making Connections through Einstein Anderson
95.01.09 Who Done It? Sleuthing & Self-discovery for 7th & 8th Grade Creative Writing Students
96.01.02 Langston Hughes: Artist and Historian
13.04.05 Fiction, Non-Fiction and Query to Engage Young Learners
20.01.01 Visionaries Can Change the World

Greek Myths
83.02.05 Reading and Writing Via the Myths

History
11.01.07 Painting a Portrait through Time Using Words and Images: The Revolutionary War

Exploration
07.02.09 Who First Reached America: The Vikings, the Chinese Admiral Zheng He, or Columbus?

Hurston, Zora Neale
88.03.04 I Am . . .

Journalism
92.03.06 A Cultural Journalist’s View of City Life
14.01.02 Looking Past Connections to Find the Bigger Story

Feature Writing
01.01.04 Science Writing for the Masses: a Primer

Science
01.01.04 Science Writing for the Masses: a Primer
03.04.05 Allowing Students to Explore Simple Physics and Marketing in English Class

Journals
88.03.01 An Autobiographical Journey
88.03.04 I Am . . .
88.03.06 All About Me
88.03.08 Autobiography: Reflections in the Mirror
88.03.10 Learning About Self and Others Through Autobiography
88.03.11 Finding Yourself Through Autobiography
88.04.01 Autobiography and the Creative Impulse in Writing the Short Story
88.04.02 Translation Into Reality
90.05.06 The American Family in Literature
92.03.07 Recognizing Voice and Finding Your Own Voice in Writing About the City
97.02.08 Celebrate a People!
01.03.07 The Poetry We Sing: A Women's Perspective
01.03.08 Poems, Prayers, Promises, and Possibilities: The Music of Poetry
02.06.03 Motherhood: Biological Asset or Social Liability?
03.01.03 From Beijing to St. Petersburg: Riding the Rails through Asia via Film and Literature
07.01.02 Discovering the Voice Within: Encouraging Students to See Themselves as Writers
09.01.03 Visually Speaking: Using Visual Journaling to Build Elaboration Skills in Writing

Letters
78.01.02 Letters and The Postal Service: An Interdisciplinary Approach
86.04.03 Developing Good Written Communication Skills and the Word Processing Student
92.03.07 Recognizing Voice and Finding Your Own Voice in Writing About the City

Narrative

Bilingual
02.04.04 The Craft of Writing through Narrative History

General
80.04.01 Reading and Sexuality
80.04.02 Flash! Super Heroes Teach Students How To Read And Write
80.04.03 The Building Blocks to Children’s Creative Writing
81.01.01 The Janus—Faced Phenomenon of the City
81.01.03 A Method of Teaching “Turned Off”: Inner-City Youths to Produce Urban Literature
81.01.09 American History Through Literature: Adolescent Identity in the 20th Century
86.04.01 Approaches to Writing
86.04.04 Using Graphology to Teach Traditional Writing
86.04.05 From Comics to Classics
86.04.08 Writing Workshop
10.02.04 Forging Life: Characterization through Prose
11.01.03 The Trait Mate: Visual Symbols for Narrative Writing
11.01.04 Writing Connections
14.01.02 Looking Past Connections to Find the Bigger Story

Personal Narrative
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
10.02.05 Reading Characters, Reading Ourselves: Reflecting with Monster's Steve Harmon
11.01.02 Communicating Life Experiences through Words and Verbal Images

Spanish
81.04.01 Writing Up a Spanish Storm: Using Creative Thinking for Creative Writing

in Photography
06.01.06 A Moment in Time: Teaching Point of View Using Photography
06.01.09 Photographs as Aids to Writing

in Physical Education
02.04.05 Integrating the Craft of Writing into Physical Education

Playwriting
80.03.05 Script Writing as a Means to Effective Writing
93.03.09 The Role of the African* Playwright as a Griot
95.01.09 Who Done It? Sleuthing & Self-discovery for 7th & 8th Grade Creative Writing Students
97.03.08 Common Threads Weave Together the Lives of Civil War Women
97.07.04 The Greening of Mars: The Changes Necessary to Sustain Life on Mars

Poetry (see Poetry)
79.01.02 Poetry And Freedom
79.01.07 Images of the City in Modern Lyrics and Verse: A Sequential Approach to the Teaching of Poetry
79.05.03 Poems That Work!
81.04.04 Enthusiasm is All Write
81.04.08 Teaching Poetry in New Formats to Intermediate-Grade Students
85.01.01 The Room 20 School of Poetry
85.01.04 Poetry For The Remedial Reader
86.04.01 Approaches to Writing
89.02.01 A Journey of Poetry
89.02.03 Character Portrayal In Reading And Writing Poetry
89.02.04 It Doesn’t Have to Rhyme
89.02.07 Reading, Writing, and Reciting: A Year With Poetry
91.04.07 Seeing with the Heart: Poetry in the Classroom
94.02.02 Sharing Poetry With Children
95.01.09 Who Done It? Sleuthing & Self-discovery for 7th & 8th Grade Creative Writing Students
96.01.01 An Analysis of Jim Crow Laws and their Effects on Race Relations
96.03.08 People, Places & Pictures
01.03.01 "African American Poetry: Miss Wednesday and Friends take us on a Journey of Feelings and Friendship"
01.03.02 African American Poetry: Family and Traditions
01.03.03 African American Poetry: Songs of Protest and Pride
01.03.04 Using Personal Poetic Expression to Enhance Reading and Writing
01.03.05 Weaving Words: Poetry for Everyday
01.03.06 The Poet Within: a Workshop Series
03.03.01 Willie Sunday Takes Us on a Journey of Reading and Writing with Humorous Poems by Jack Prelutsky
03.03.03 Using the Poetry of Shel Silverstein to Further Develop the Narrative, Expository, and Poetic Writing Skills of Elementary Students
03.03.04 Presenting Poetry to Children: Poems That Delight and Excite To Write
03.03.05 Making Connections across the Curriculum through Poetry
03.03.07 Rap as a Modern Poetic Form
06.03.04 Voices of the Sixties and the Modern Poetry Slam
07.01.01 The Search for Self: Voices of Adolescence in Literature
07.01.02 Discovering the Voice Within: Encouraging Students to See Themselves as Writers
07.01.03 Uncovering Your Students' Authentic Voice
10.02.07 The Things We Carry: Understanding Grief and Loss through a Memorial Ceremony, the Elegy, and the List Poem
10.02.08 Poetry Alive! Grabbing Young Readers via the Lyrical Voice
11.03.04 Song of Myself: The Study of Hip Hop, Poetry and the Personal Statement in the Secondary English Classroom
11.03.06 Listening to the Rhythm and Tone of Poetry to Increase Comprehension
16.02.05 Liber-acy: Liberation from Trauma through Literacy
19.01.01 Play-based Poetry: An Exploration of Creativity and Digital Media

Haiku

01.03.09 01.03.10

Privacy

Students' Rights
00.03.02 How Public Should Public Education Be? Privacy in the Classroom and School: CAPT Interdisciplinary Practice

in Psychology
09.01.04 Using the Writing Process to Teach Sensation, Perception and Cognition

Report
97.04.01 The City of New Haven

Research Paper
97.06.10 Long Island Sound-A Research Skill Approach
13.01.06 Composition, Computers, and the Common Core: A Twenty-First Century Research Paper
19.01.02 Consider the Source: Research Skills for Cell Phone Libraries in a Digital Age

in reaction to Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale
02.06.04 Sexual Oppression and Religious Extremism in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

Researching
97.04.01 The City of New Haven

Science
01.01.04 Science Writing for the Masses: a Primer
05.05.06 Jane Goodall, Renowned Naturalist and Champion of Chimpanzees

Science Fiction
87.02.05 Would You Like to Swing on a Vine?: The Epic Tradition and Edgar Rice Burroughs

Screenwriting
96.03.14 In Their Own Words: African-American Contributions to the American Film Industry

Shakespeare
01.04.06 The Tragic Genre from Classical to Contemporary: King Lear and A Thousand Acres
09.01.05 Controlling Sight and Knowledge in The Tempest
09.01.06 Technology and Shakespeare: Writing, Researching, Knowing

Short Stories
83.03.04 Small Packages
83.03.07 Emphasis on Elements of Fiction For Better Reading Comprehension
86.04.01 Approaches to Writing
88.04.02 Translation Into Reality
88.04.03 "Discovering Hemingway and Myself"
16.02.03 Discovering Yourself in the Voices of Others: Exploring Literary Aspects of Constructing an Identity

Special Education
86.04.09 The Poetry of 20th Century Black America
02.04.01 Learning Writing In The Context of ‘Inclusion’
16.02.04 Helping Special Education Students Define Their Identity Through Literature

Speeches
06.03.03 Persuasively Speaking: Teaching Persuasive Writing through Great American Speeches
07.01.07 Poetry and Prose to Increase Literacy and Writing Skills
07.01.08 The Persuasive Voice: Communication as a Resolution to the Cold War

Structure

General
78.01.03 Sequential Curriculum for Advanced Writing Workshop
79.04.05 Our Class
79.04.06 Sentence-Combining in Grade Eight
80.03.02 Dramatize English
81.04.05 Enhancing Ego-Strengths to Develop Writing Skills
86.04.02 Writing for a Purpose in Senior College English
95.04.03 Male Image Building Utilizing the Writing Process
02.04.07 Improving Writing Skills in an American History Classroom

Sentence Combining
81.04.06 Sentence-Combining

Use of Biography
85.03.04 Steinbeck: Biography As A Tool In Teaching Reading And Writing Skills

Theater
02.04.08 A Theater Workshop to Improve Character Development and Collaboration Skills

Visual
09.01.02 See It Again for the First Time
09.01.07 Love: The Art of Seeing, Knowing and Writing Today and in the Past
11.01.03 The Trait Mate: Visual Symbols for Narrative Writing
11.01.04 Writing Connections
11.01.05 Visual Images as Communication
11.01.07 Painting a Portrait through Time Using Words and Images: The Revolutionary War
14.01.01 A Picture is Worth . . . A Thousand Different Stories: Using Visual Media to Engage the Imagination and Enhance Skills for Analyzing and Synthesizing Information
14.01.03 I Am Not My Cell Phone: Mindful Use of Internet Technology with Visual Analysis
14.01.04 Words beneath the Image
14.01.09 A Picture Can Inspire 1,000 Words
14.01.12 The Graphic Research Paper: Navigating Information Using Smart Phones, Pictures, and Modern Media
12.01.07 Using High-Interest Artwork to Make Observations, Inferences, and Connections

Vocational
78.01.06 Skill Building for Educational and Vocational Advancement

Writers Workshop
97.05.05 Creating Blues: An Interdisciplinary Study
01.03.05 Weaving Words: Poetry for Everyday
01.03.06 The Poet Within: a Workshop Series



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