The Color of Water Unit 2 Homework Schedule for English/Reading 836 BZ2
You are responsible for knowing what is due on each day, and coming to class prepared. If are absent, go to WebAccess to get the handouts you missed. The assignments are DUE at the be
Fall 2011 Field/Malavade
OVERVIEW: As part of a group, you will conduct research into a topic relating to Civil Rights Era activist groups. You will choose one of the topics listed below. There are three main grade
THE NEW YORK TIMES, Wednesday, August 9, 2006
"It Takes More Than Schools to Close Achievement Gap"
On Education/Diana Jean Schemo WHEN the federal Education Department recently reported that children in private schools generally did no better than compar
ENGLISH 836/ READ 836 BL2 Prof. K. Malavade Fall 2011
(Students in these courses should keep these handouts in their binders. You will need them for in class work and for homework assignments).
New York Times
March 6, 2007 BANGKOK JOURNAL
Citation Practice Each team will focus on one item on this list. For that source, you will need to do create: a) a complete citation that would go in a "Works Cited" page and b) an in-text citation that you would use directly in the sentence after quoting
ESSAY 3: THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE COLOR OF WATER
Background: As we have been reading the memoir, The Color of Water, we have been practicing the skill of close analysis. You have chosen passages that you consider important, and examined those passages clo
HOW TO INTEGRATE YOUR PASSAGE and ANALYSIS INTO PIE PARAGRAPHS: Include all of these steps: 1) WRITE A "POINT" SENTENCE: Identify what this paragraph is going to be about (a topic sentence!). This sentence should relate to the passage you chose. 2) LEAD U
ESSAY 1: YOUR EDUCATION Background: We have been reading about and discussing the educational system and the factors that can contribute to or hinder a student's educational success. Task Choose one of the topics or issues raised by the readings we have d
Homework due on Wed 11/2: Remember we are meeting in the library at 8:10.
PLEASE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO BE ON TIME SINCE THE LIBRARIAN IS TAKING TIME OUT TO DO THIS WORKSHOP FOR US AND MUST START ON-TIME. 1. read (and annotate) the Herbert Kohl article. The
Wednesday, May, 21, 2003
Schools See `an Awakening' of Student Activism
Youths at campuses in disadvantaged areas meet with success as they demand improvements.
By Erika Hayasaki Times Staff Writer Roosevelt High School's newly appointed principal, Cecili
Restructuring Schools for Equity What We Have Learned in Two Decades
Keeping Track, Part 1: The Policy and Practice Of Curriculum Inequality
BY JEANNIE OAKES
The basic features of schools may lock them into patterns that make it difficult to achieve eithe
EVALUATING POINT SENTENCES Directions: Read the following sentences, and decide if they are strong POINT sentences: Are they facts or opinions? (facts do not make good point sentences!) Do they give you a clear idea what the rest of the paragraph will be
The Politics of Children's Literature
What's Wrong with the Rosa Parks Myth
By HerBert KoHl
of racIsm and direct confrontation between African American and European American people in the United States are usually considered too sensitive to be dea
scavenger hunt 1. Where is the health center located and what are some of the services provided for you there? Go visit it and pick up a free brochure (any that you think are interesting).
2. Where is the Student Life Office and what services does it prov
Tu Puedes/You Can: An Interview with Mari Carmen Lopez From Voices From the Fields: Children of Migrant Farmworkers Tell Their Stories, Interviews and photographs by S. Beth Atkin. 1993
Education is the primary means by which Mexican and Mexican-American
Unit 1 Homework Schedule for English/Reading 836
Malavade Fall 11
Keep this in a safe and accessible place. You are responsible for knowing what is due on each day, and coming to class prepared. The assignments are due at the beginning of class on the dat