To prepare yourself to make connections between American Literature and modern American social, political, and economic issues, use anews organization from the list on page 5 to analyze a current article for main idea and tone.
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News OrganizationTitle of ArticleAuthor (Don’t trust an article without an author.)Summarize the ArticleMain Idea w/ Justification and Textual EvidenceTone w/ Justification and Textual EvidenceReading LiteraryTo prepare yourself to analyze literature at an 11thGrade level, read a short-story by an American authorfrom the list on page 6. YOU MUST READ A DIFFERENT AUTHOR EACH TIME!!Go to any public library or use commonlit.orgto find short stories.Title of Short StoryAuthorSummarize the Short StoryTheme w/ Justification and Textual EvidenceMood w/ Justification and Textual EvidenceJuly 1st– 12thReading InformationalTo prepare yourself to make connections between American Literature and modern American social, political, and economic issues, use anews organization from the list on page 5 to analyze a current article for main idea and tone.
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