Text: Threads of Change in the 19th Century Literature

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Kendall Hunt, 1998 - 344 pages
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Explores five historical movements: romanticism, transcendentalism, abolitionism, industrialism, and feminism.
 

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Contents

UNIT INTRODUCTION AND CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK
1
Introduction to the Unit
3
Student Readings
5
LESSON PLANS
7
Advice for Teachers
9
Guidelines for Literature Boxes
10
Alignment of Lessons with Unit Goals
13
Unit Vocabulary List
14
Billy Budd Sailor
125
Concept Mapping
133
Dr Heideggers Experiment
143
The Ministers Black Veil
151
Author Connections
165
The Power of Words
167
Life in the Iron Mills
175
The Stories of Edgar Allan Poe
189

Glossary of Literary Terms
15
Letter to Parents
17
Introduction and PreAssessment
21
The Concept of Change
41
Introduction to Threads of Change
49
Romanticism
59
A Noiseless Patient Spider
71
Persuasive Writing
81
SelfReliance and Civil Disobedience
99
Reasoning
103
Introduction to Research
113
Research Presentations
197
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
201
The Issue of Huckleberry Finn in the Classroom
207
Preparation for Presentations on Threads of Change
209
Persuasive Writing
225
GRAMMAR STUDY
241
IMPLEMENTATION
289
BIBLIOGRAPHIES
317
THE CONCEPT OF CHANGE
323
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