Would you rather be able to teleport anywhere in the world or speak and understand any language?
- Teleport anywhere in the world instantly
- Speak and understand every language fluently
Learning Objective for Cycle 1:
We will create writing samples that demonstrate understanding of various literary works.
What is the first step in writing in the ACES format?
- Cite examples or text evidence
- Answer the question
- Summarize the meaning
- Explain the evidence
Why do we “Read the World” and what do we learn? Answer: We are Reading the World because […]. Cite: For example, Kimberly Koza says, “By studying the literature of our neighbors we learn about ourselves.” Explain: To explain, this means that […]. Summarize: In summary, we read worldly works to gain […].
We are Reading the World because it helps us gain information on new things. For example, Kimberly Koza says, "By studying the literature of our neighbors we can learn about ourselves." To explain, this means that when we learn about different parts of the world you can get to know more things about yourself. In summary, we read worldly works to gain information that will help us get to understand more than what is in-front of you.
What is the theme of "Who are these Strangers?"
A. Numerous research activities and a Research Handbook can help you appreciate world literature. B. Authors have been imprisoned for their race, faith, or political belief. C. Family and community life bring both solace and conflict. D. Reading literature from around the world may not teach you everything about that culture, but it may help you consider which differences actually matter.