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Find individual novel resources by typing the name of the novel, no spaces in the URL below replacing economics

https://www.diigo.com/user/hharvey102/economics – AND INSTEAD OF ECONOMICS, WRITE THE TOPIC YOU WANT

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Unit 4 _ 6
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Finding Text Evidence: Frederick Douglass

Grade Levels: 8th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.8.1

Your student will look for textual evidence in Frederick Douglass’ autobiography in this worksheet.

Finding Text Evidence: Frederick Douglass

Grade Levels: 8th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.8.1

Your student will look for textual evidence in Frederick Douglass’ autobiography in this worksheet.

Shakespeare’s Language: What’s the Meaning?

Grade Levels: 8th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.8.4

Your student will determine the meaning of some of the words and phrases from a soliloquy from Shakespeare’s As You Like It.

Character Analysis in The Red Badge of Courage

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.3

Your student will analyze the main character from the classic novel, “The Red Badge of Courage” in this worksheet.

Different Perspectives: The American Revolution

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.9-10.6

Poet Rudyard Kipling offers an alternative perspective on the American Revolution in this worksheet on point of view.

Find the Meaning: JFK’s Inaugural Speech

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.4

In this worksheet, your student will determine the meaning of some phrases in President Kennedy’s Inaugural Speech.

Mark Antony’s Oration from Julius Caesar

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.2

Mark Antony’s oration from Julius Caesar is the focus of this worksheet for determining the purpose of the text.

Setting the Scene: Great Expectations

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.1

In this worksheet, your student will analyze the setting in a scene from Dickens’ “Great Expectations.”

Slavery in the Constitution

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.9-10.9

Your student can compare different parts of the Constitution that relate to slavery.

Tension in The Pit and the Pendulum

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RL.9-10.5

Here’s a worksheet on how Poe’s uses structure to create tension in “The Pit and the Pendulum.”

Two Viewpoints: Lee Surrenders to Grant, 1865

Grade Levels: 9th – 10th Grade
Common Core Standards: RI.9-10.7

In this worksheet, your student will compare the writings of Ulysses S. Grant with a painting of the surrender of Lee at Appomattox Court House.

Literature (Web Resources)

Download 20 Popular High School Books Available as Free eBooks & Audio Books: Gives you access to classic texts  frequently taught in the classroom. Includes works by Mark Twain, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, Jane Austen, F. Scott Fitzgerald and more.

A Crash Course in English Literature: A new video series by best-selling kids author John Green covers Shakespeare and will eventually get to  Fitzgerald, Salinger, and Emily Dickinson.

Folger Shakespeare Library: Offers a world of online resources for teachers — from lesson plans to study guides to videos — for teaching Shakespeare on the K-12 levels.

Google Lit Trips: This site provides free downloadable files that mark the journeys of characters from famous literature on the surface of Google Earth. We offer more details here.

International Children’s Digital Library: Provides free access to high-quality digital books from around the world. Offers books for kids3-56-9, and 10-13. Start browsing the library here.

Lit2Go’s Audio Books: The University of South Florida provides an extensive collection of free audio books along with materials to help K-12 teachers present literature in the classroom. Find more information on our blog here.

Invitation to World Literature: A multimedia course for students, teachers, and lovers of literature. The course moves from ancient to modern literature, and is taught by David Damrosch at Harvard. Find more details here.

Using Microblogging and Social Networking to Explore Characterization

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