BLUE GOLD JIM HIGHTOWER THESIS
More Speeches Students can read other speeches by famous people on this Web site. Johnson Quotations A quotation from Samuel Johnson appears on the second page of this essay. Links contain suggestions for teachers on how to connect the Rockies with language arts and other areas of the curriculum. A link allows you to see the whole mural—students can scroll across to see the entire work. This Web site provides a profile on Clemens.
Why must there be pain and suffering? Harlem Renaissance 2 This in-depth look at the Harlem Renaissance outlines the central characteristics of artists of this era and important historical events. The Short Answer,” mystery writer Alex Keegan looks at what makes a novel a novel. The Web site includes links to other Cisneros sites. Interested students could find either book, and then read and review it.
Students can visit this Web site to find out about Hoagland. More Author Info This research Web site provides a chapter on Langston Hughes, including extensive bibliographic information.
The Short Answer,” mystery writer Alex Keegan looks at what makes a novel a novel. Why must there be pain and suffering?
The Mysteries of Nature.
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Listen to Hughes read one of his poems and discuss how hearing him speak changes their response to “Making Poetry Go,d. The Collected Poems of Al Purdy. Use this Web site to thexis a mini-lesson in using the Internet for research purposes. Print out a copy for students, highlighting specific essay features that you wish them to include in their essays.
Classic Essays Atwood Essay “On Medea” is a good model of a literary essay written in the third person.
The hightowee has a link to Kahlo’s self portraits. Anita Brookner A quotation from Brookner appears in a box on the third page of Woolf’s essay in Imprints Discuss the Web site each review appears on, and any agenda such a Web site may have.
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A link allows you to see the whole mural—students can scroll across to see the entire work. Links contain suggestions for teachers on how to connect the Rockies with language arts and other areas of the curriculum. My Old Newcastle descriptive essay by David Adams Richards About the Author Ask students to read the information about Richards on this Web site, which includes links to information about his work.
Discuss her writing style. Imprints gightower Web Links Essays Choose a cluster: Challenge two students to role-play a discussion between Suzuki and Durning on the subject. Essay on Golc and Storytelling This is another good model of a literary essay written in the third person.
Eliot Essays This Web site features some of the essays of T. Ask them to share one item, idea, or quote with their classmates.
Challenge them to give a dramatic presentation hgihtower these poems, role-playing Hughes giving a public reading in the s or 40s.
Ask students to consider the scope of his work and how he has influenced Canadian literature and other Canadian authors. View this site as a class and discuss some of the points a gallery might consider when arranging an exhibit.
Review Ask students to read this brief review of Richards’ Hockey Dreams: Brenda Ueland Ueland is quoted on the fourth page of “Night Spirits” and this Web site describes the archival collection of her works and correspondence. How do these poems reflect the views she expresses in “Thoughts on Education”?
What’s a Photo Essay? Ask students to look through the titles and choose one essay to read.
Discuss the use of gender-biased language in this and any other works. Have students compare what this reviewer says about Purdy’s poetry, with what Atwood says. Mount Schaffer This Web site documents the peaks of the Rockies, including their histories and climbing routes.
The site also has other links to this exhibition. Ask students to consider the purpose of this site, and how that purpose has affected content. The page has links to the entire history, originally the lifetime work of a female pioneer of the area.