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Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:
- Using the acts of reading and writing for personal growth
- Writing essays and journals for self-expression
- Understanding text-to-text connections between written works
- Identifying the relationship between literature and other art forms
1. Reading and Writing for Personal Growth
In this lesson, we will discuss how reading and writing can expand our world views by allowing us to see things from other perspectives and challenge our own viewpoints.
2. Writing for Self-Expression: Essays, Poems and Journals
In this lesson, we will discuss the different ways to write for self expression. We will also discuss how writing for self expression will naturally lead to writing in different patterns, including essays, poems and journals.
3. Making Text-to-Text Connections Between Written Works
In this lesson, we will discuss connecting different writings to each other by learning about the authors, examining the literary elements, and reflecting on the writings.
4. Connecting Literature to Other Art Forms
In this lesson, we will explore how literature is connected to other art forms, including music, photography, and painting. We will also discuss how artists influence each other.
5. How to Write a Book Report
Over the course of your career as a student, you'll read many books and write many book reports. This lesson explains the process of writing a book report for both fiction and non-fiction books.
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- Shakespeare for 10th Grade: Homework Help
- African American Writers: Homework Help
- British Fiction for 10th Grade: Homework Help
- American Prose for 10th Grade: Homework Help
- Ancient Literature for 10th Grade: Homework Help
- Introduction to Literary Criticism: Homework Help
- Drama for 10th Grade: Homework Help
- The Writing Process for 10th Grade: Homework Help
- Using Source Materials in 10th Grade English: Homework Help
- Conventions in 10th Grade Writing - Usage: Homework Help
- Elements of 10th Grade Grammar: Homework Help
- 10th Grade Grammar Usage: Homework Help
- Punctuation in 10th Grade Writing: Homework Help