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The Breath We Walk On, Sean Matthew Tribe Dec 2009

The Breath We Walk On, Sean Matthew Tribe

UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

"The Breath We Walk On" is a collection of poems written during my time at UNLV, instructed by the poetic works of George Oppen, DH Lawrence, William Blake, Alice Notley, Walt Whitman, Allen Ginsberg and John Donne, as well as, The Greek Anthology, The Bible, and The Gnostic Gospels. The major ideas forming this collection detail issues of self in relation to the world. The poems that were most instructive from these books explore this idea in the best of their works. Other questions addressed are how can human beings live in a way that inflicts minimal harm to the ...


Grades 3-5 Genres In Literature, Angela Imbriano Sep 2009

Grades 3-5 Genres In Literature, Angela Imbriano

English

This is an English language arts lesson for grades three through five on studying genres in literature. Through this lesson students will gain an understanding of the literary elements of each genre, improve comprehension by interpreting, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating written text in order to categorize. Students will also be able to identify characteristics of different genres, select genres that interest them, and be able to compare and contrast different works of literature with each other. This lesson spans over ten days and offers a variety of projects using a tic-tack-toe chart on three tiered levels where students can choose ...


Grades 2-4 Publishing Writing, Maria Cirello Sep 2009

Grades 2-4 Publishing Writing, Maria Cirello

English

This is an English language arts lesson for second through fourth graders (Grades 2-4) on publishing writing. Through this lesson, students will be able to respond to literature by socially interacting with their peers, gain an understanding of a tagline story through this lesson. In addition, they will come up with their own tagline story/poem/song/script. The lesson is tiered into three levels where students are grouped by ability. In each level students will receive a task card and can choose the activity that is of most interest to them.


Twenty-First-Century Writing/Twentieth Century Teachers?, Ian Barnard Sep 2009

Twenty-First-Century Writing/Twentieth Century Teachers?, Ian Barnard

English Faculty Articles and Research

"My students are writing in their everyday lives—indeed, their everyday lives are written—but we (teachers—writing teachers, in particular--and education administrators, no doubt nudged by politicians and “the public”) have to a large extent failed miserably in embracing and capitalizing on that writing: email, text messaging, instant messaging, blogging, twittering, responding, video gaming, Second Lifeing. Andrea and Karen Lunsford’s recent longitudinal study of Stanford students has shown the lie to the given that students today don’t write as much as they used to (they are writing much more). Are we becoming the stodgy, ungenerous, rigid English ...


Professional Writing Studies Research Guide, Mary Wilson Mar 2009

Professional Writing Studies Research Guide, Mary Wilson

Research Guides & Subject Bibliographies

Subject guide for researching issues in professional writing using the resources of the Sturgis Library.


Organized Booming, Linda Niemann Jan 2009

Organized Booming, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.


The Bridge, Volume 6, 2009, Bridgewater State College Jan 2009

The Bridge, Volume 6, 2009, Bridgewater State College

the bridge

Volume 6 Staff

Sarah Haag, Editor-in-Chief
Tara M. Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief
Amanda Armas
Laura M. Bowen
Rachael Dunphy
Grant Ferro
Kyle J. Giacomozzi
Matthew Keogh
Jillian Moore
Lauren Rheaume
Shannon Rosenblat

Mary Dondero, Faculty Advisor
Jerald Walker, Faculty Advisor
Linda Hall, Alumni Consultant
Rosann Kozlowski, Alumni Consultant


Lamp Winter 2009, Liberty University Jan 2009

Lamp Winter 2009, Liberty University

Lamplight: Literary and Fine Arts Magazine

No abstract provided.


Penmel Adventures In Genealogy, Mel Regnell Dec 2008

Penmel Adventures In Genealogy, Mel Regnell

Mel Regnell

Results of tracing the Maine Sawyers and Bachelders back to the Revolutionary War. Artifacts from gathering family oral history, photos, documents and records, this site is a compilation of ten years of research and wandering through DownEast graveyards in Maine.


Down From Moonshine, Mary Ann Cain Dec 2008

Down From Moonshine, Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

No abstract provided.