comparative analysis

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Martha J. Mickler
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History / Social Studies
Other
8, 9
Middle (6-8)
High (9-12)

Revised: Oct. 18, 2014.

The inspiration for this module comes from a module written in the fall of 2011 by 5th grade teachers at Wakulla County Schools, FL, titled: Patriot or Loyalist: Whose Point of View?

During the time in the 1770's leading up to the Revolutionary War...

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New Hampshire Task Bank
QPA Team
CCE
NCIEA
NHDOE
NH educators
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English / Language Arts
9, 10, 11, 12
High (9-12)

Compare and contrast how multiple types of media portrayed a current event, analyzing how words, or sounds, and still or moving images are used in each medium.  The literary essay should be between 3-5 pages (5-8 paragraphs).

Essential questions:

  1. Why is it important to seek
  2. ...
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New Hampshire Task Bank
Michelle Patkin
Amy Ross
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Mathematics
K, 1, 2
Elementary (K-5)

In partners, students will use their knowledge of numbers, counting and 2-D shapes to prepare and share trail mix.  They will draw a label for their mix that shows they understand the shapes of the ingredients (circle, square, rectangle, and triangle). They will compare the amounts of...

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Literacy Design Collaborative (LDC)
Laura Billings
Terry Roberts
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History / Social Studies
9, 10
High (9-12)

This module asks 9th and 10th grade students to read two famous speeches regarding the rights and responsibilities of citizens in a democracy. Students are challenged to closely analyze these speeches in terms of language structure and democratic ideals.

The instructional sequence in this...