Exercise caution when selecting topics for their writing.
Identify overused sentiments or expressions by soliciting the opinions of other people.
Select poetic structures that are readily understood by others.
Consider the clarity of the language they have chosen by using it in a second modality.
Encouraging students to resist societal pressures.
Introducing students to the diversity of cultures in the United States.
Encouraging students' interest in United States history.
Familiarizing students with regional literature.
The Viking invasions of the ninth century
The Norman Conquest of 1066
The Statute of Pleading in 1362
The printing of the King James Bible in 1611
Emphasize her skills as a bilingual poet.
Make the poem more accessible to Spanish speakers.
Enhance the poem by adding a splash of local color.
Reflect a cultural identification with San Juan.
The listener's attitudes.
The length of time already spent on the conversation.
The social context of the conversation.
The listener's feedback.
Where is the rock greenly sleeping?
Shun the fruminous Bandersnatch!
The quertl chased from the room.
It could have been; but it was not to be.
The importance of obedience
An explanation of how things came to be the way they are
A belief in the magic of storytelling
The triumph of achieving the impossible
The environmental damage caused by industrialization
The trend of intemperance in industrial centers
The darker side of American industrial prosperity
The social mobility brought about by industrialization
Modeling procedures for small group revision
Beginning each writing period with a brainstorming session
Asking students to read their drafts aloud to the class
Showing examples of final drafts to the students
The use of vague or meaningless slogans.
Efforts to give negative information without proof.
The personal testimony of a wellknown person.
Appeals to the human urge to belong to a group.
Which elements of the protest did the camera operator choose to record?
Does this footage make you want to participate in a protest like this one?
Why was the camera operator sent to videotape this political protest?
Will viewers understand what happened during this protest?
Coyote, a prominent figure in southwestern Indian tales, is a character that can change personalities unexpectedly.
The lengthy episodes of which many American Indian folk tales are a part often reach back to a nation's most ancient traditions.
American Indian folk tales are generally not self-contained stories, but parts of longer tales that comprise many stories.
American Indian folk tales serve to teach people lessons about human and animal behavior.
The narrator's invisibility is the fantastic science fiction premise that introduces the theme of an alien's isolation among humankind.
The concept of the narrator's invisibility symbolizes his personal dilemma stemming from a sense of social exclusion.
The narrator's feeling of invisibility reflects his perception that other people are incapable of appreciating his superiority.
The narrator's invisibility represents the first stage in his recognition that he has died and now exists as a ghost among the living.
Involving the reader more immediately in the experience of the author's own writing process.
Creating a sense of the uncanny through the reader's shared experience of this character's strange situation.
Drawing the reader in on a direct, personal level to the narrator's emotional experience.
Reinforcing the narrator's self centered egotism and aloof detachment from those around him.
Refraining from considering implications of the text until one has completed the reading
Reading the text slowly enough so that every word can be understood
Generating questions about the text before and during the course of reading
Attempting to read the text in its entirety in an uninterrupted period
Providing the class with professional critiques of the text from different perspectives.
Encouraging students to share their interpretations of the text in a class discussion.
Dividing the class into discussion groups whose members have similar interpretations of the text.
Responding in students' reading journals with an explanation of the teacher's interpretation of the text.
Students have multiple opportunities to practice and memorize a variety of math facts.
The students and the teacher gain insight into the thought processes and problem-solving strategies that individual students use.
The teacher can provide students with more difficult and complex math problems.
The teacher and the students can make meaningful connections between school math problems and the uses of math in everyday life.