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Glencoe Literature: Reading with Purpose is the first research-based middle school language arts program that effectively combines strong skill development and incredible reading. Scaffolding and spiraling of skills builds a strong, necessary language arts foundation. Your students will be motivated, not frustrated by high–interest, leveled selections that engage and appeal to this tough audience. An inquiry-based “Big Question” approach within a unique “Workshop” lesson format gives students a purpose and meaningful context for their reading. You can differentiate, remediate, and accelerate with one book that will bring all of your students into the community of learners!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780078757440
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 6/2/2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Age range: 3 months
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.90 (d)

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Table of Contents

Glencoe Literature: Reading with Purpose, Course Three

Unit One: The Big Question: Reading: What's In It For You?

Genre Focus: Autobiography and Biography

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Maya Angelou, Autobiography

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Connecting

Ice - Graham Salisbury, Memoir
On Top of the World - Martha Pickerell, TIME Magazine Article

Writing Workshop Part 1: Autobiographical Sketch

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Setting a Purpose for Reading

The Tell-Tale Heart - Edgar Allan Poe, Short Story from The Book of Rock Stars - Kathleen Krull, Biography

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Activating Prior Knowledge

The March of the Mill Children - Judith Pinkerton Josephson, Biography
Filling Out the Application - Cindy Pervola and Debby Hobgood, Informational Text: Handbook
Exploring Careers - Uncredited, Informational Text: Handbook

Writing Workshop Part 2: Autobiographical Sketch

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Identifying Author's Purpose

from Akiko in the Forbidden Foothills of Gozmaturk - Mark Crilley, Graphic Story
Being Japanese American - Yoshiko Uchida, Autobiography

Comparing Literature Workshop: Tone

from A Gift of Laughter - Allan Sherman, Autobiography
A Family Thing - Jerry Spinelli, Autobiography
Knoxville, Tennessee - Nikki Giovanni, Poem

Wrap-Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

from Dear Exile - Kate Montgomery and Hilary Liftin, Letters

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Two: The Big Question: Which is More Important, the Journey or the Destination?

Genre Focus: Folktales

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

Racing the Great Bear - Joseph Bruchac, Myth

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Analyzing

The People Could Fly - Virginia Hamilton, Myth/Legend
A Father’s Daring Trek - Julie K.L. Dam, TIME Magazine Article

Writing Workhop Part 1: Folktale

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Making Inferences

Paul Revere’s Ride - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Poem
The Oxcart - Eric Kimmel, Myth/Legend

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Predicting

The Snake Chief - Retold by Kathleen Arnott, Myth/Legend from Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad - Ann Petry, Biography

Writing Workship Part 2: Folktale

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Comparing and Contrasting

Icarus and Daedalus - Josephine Preston Peabody, Myth
A Dose of Medicine - Charlotte Foltz Jones, Informational Text: Science Text

Comparing Literature Workshop: Theme

Kamau’s Finish - Muthomi Muchemi, Short Story
The Bunion Derby - Leone Castell Anderson, Informational Text: Magazine Article

Wrap Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

Travel - Edna St. Vincent Millay, Poem

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Three: The Big Question: When Is the Price Too High?

Genre Focus: Informational Articles

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

A Tremendous Trade - Jeremy Caplan, TIME Magazine Article

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Previewing

Gymnasts in Pain - Scott M. Reid, Informational Text: Newspaper Article
In Response to Executive Order 9066 - Dwight Okita, Poem

Writing Workshop Part 1: Research Report

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Skimming and Scanning

The Games Kids Play - Uncredited, Informational Text: Newspaper Article
Cruise Control - Kevin O’ Leary, TIME Magazine Article

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Understanding Text Structures

Flowers for Algernon Part 1 - Daniel Keyes, Short Story
Flowers for Algernon Part 2 - Daniel Keyes, Short Story

Writing Workshop Part 2: Research Report

Reading Workshop 4: Determining Main Idea and Supporting Details

Tattoos: Fad, Fashion, or Folly - Linda Bickerstaff, Informational Text: Magazine Article
We Real Cool - Gwendolyn Brooks, Poem
The Market Economy - Marge Piercy, Poem

Reading Across Texts Workshop: Qualifications, Sources, and Bias

Wearing Hijab: Veil of Valor - Emilia Asarki, Informational Text: Web Article from Zoya’s Story - Zoya with John Folla and Rita Cristofari, Biography

Wrap-Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

The Ransom of Red Chief - O. Henry, adapted by Tom Pomplun, Graphic Story

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Four: The Big Question: What Do You Do When You Don't Know What to Do?

Genre Focus: Poetry

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

The Road Not Taken - Robert Frost, Poem

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Connecting

Wishing Well - Kate Schmitt, Poem
Signed, Sealed, Undelivered - Katherine Weber, TIME Magazine Article

Writing Workshop Part 1: Poem

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Evaluating

Mother to Son - Langston Hughes, Poem
Harlem - Langston Hughes, Poem
Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay - Steve Cropper and Otis Redding, Song

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Interpreting

from To the Democratic National Convention - Jesse Jackson, Speech
Fable for When There’s No Way Out - May Swenson, Poem

Writing Workshop Part 2: Poem

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Monitoring Comprehension

O Captain! My Captain! - Walt Whitman, Poem
Scorched! How to Handle Different Types of Burns - Stephen Fraser, Informational Text: Magazine Article

Reading Across Texts Workshop: Conflict

from Thura’s Diary - Thura Al-Windawi, Diary
Escaping - Zdenko Slobodnik, Essay

Wrap-Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

from Reading at Night - David Ignatow, Poem

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Five: The Big Question: How Do You Stay True to Yourself?

Genre Focus: Short Stories

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

Born Worker - Gary Soto, Short Story

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Analyzing

Cream Puff - Linnea Due, Short Story
The Question of Popularity - Tamara Eberlien, TIME Magazine Article

Writing Workshop Part 1: Short Story

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Questioning

an african american - Meri Nana-Ama Danquah, Poem
One Throw - W.C. Heinz, Short Story

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Predicting

The Medicine Bag - Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve, Short Story
A Year of Living Bravely - Emily Costello, Informational Text: Magazine Article

Writing Workshop Part 2: Short Story

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Inferring

The Fire Pond - Michael J. Rosen, Short Story from Savion!: My Life in Tap - Savion Glover and Bruce Weber, Autobiography

Comparing Literature Workshop: Characterization

A Retrieved Reformation - O. Henry, Short Story
A Retrieved Reformation - O. Henry, adapted by Gary Gianni, Graphic Story

Wrap Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

Thank You in Arabic - Naomi Shihab Nye, Memoir

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Six: The Big Question: How Do You Keep from Giving Up When Bad Things Happen?

Genre Focus: Drama

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

The Diary of Anne Frank, Act 1, Scenes 1-2 - Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Drama

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Drawing Conclusions

The Diary of Anne Frank, Act 1, Scene 3 - Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Drama
The Diary of Anne Frank, Act 1 Scenes 4-5 - Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Drama

Writing Workshop Part 1: Dramatic Scene

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Interpreting

The Diary of Anne Frank, Act 2, Scenes 1-2 - Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Drama
The Diary of Anne Frank, Act 2, Scenes 3-5 - Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Drama

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Paraphrasing and Summarizing

Bouncing Back - Jan Farrington, Informational Text: Magazine Article
Another Mountain - Abiodun Oyewole, Poem
Standing Tall - Michael Dolan, TIME Magazine Article

Writing Workshop Part 2: Dramatic Scene

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Visualizing

and sometimes I hear this song in my head - Harriet Jacobs, Poem from Sky - Hanneke Ippisch, Memoir

Comparing Literature Workshop: Figurative Language

Welcome - Ouida Sebestyen, Short Story
Alone - Maya Angelou, Poem

Wrap-Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

Flinn, on the Bus - Naomi Shihab Nye, Poem

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Seven: The Big Question: What's Worth Fighting For? What's Not?

Genre Focus: Persuasive Writing

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

Letter to Senator Edwards - Uncredited, Letter

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Distinguishing Fact from Opinion

Saving Water: Why Save Something that Covers Two-thirds of the Earth? - Marjorie Lamb, Informational Text: Problem and Solution from The Measure of Our Success - Marian Wright Edelman, Speech

Writing Workshop Part 1: Persuasive Essay

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Questioning

All Together Now - Barbara Jordan, Informational Text: Magazine Article from Through My Eyes - Ruby Bridges, Memoir

Reading Workshop Part 3: Skill Lesson: Reviewing

The Trouble with Television - Robert MacNeil, Essay
Teen Curfews - Todd J. Foster, TIME Magazine Article

Writing Workshop Part 2: Persuasive Essay

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Clarifying

Rally for Better Food - Uncredited, Functional Document: Flyer and Poster
Stop the Sun - Gary Paulsen, Short Story

Reading Across Texts Workshop: Reading for Persuasive Appeals

Teens Tackle Pollution in their Communities - Sara Steindorf, Informational Text: Magazine Article
A Change in Climate - Emily Sohn, Informational Text: Web Article

Wrap-Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Strategies

The Treasure of Lemon Brown - Walter Dean Myers, Short Story

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Unit Eight: The Big Question: What Is the American Dream?

Genre Focus: Historical Text

Warm-Up: Genre Focus

I Have a Dream - Martin Luther King Jr., Speech

Reading Workshop 1: Skill Lesson: Analyzing

Volar - Judith Ortiz Cofer, Vignette from The Century for Young People - Alfred Levitt, Oral History

Writing Workshop Part 1: Letter

Reading Workshop 2: Skill Lesson: Understanding Cause and Effect

Lottery Winners Who Lost Their Millions - Ellen Goodstein, Informational Text: Web Article
The Gettysburg Address - Abraham Lincoln, Speech

Reading Workshop 3: Skill Lesson: Identifying Main Idea and Supporting Details

I Chose Schooling - Jacquline Nwaiu, Essay
Electric Summer - Richard Peck, Short Story

Writing Workshop Part 2: Letter

Reading Workshop 4: Skill Lesson: Identifying Author's Purpose

I, Too - Langston Hughes, Poem from Dandelion Wine - Ray Bradbury, Novel Excerpt

Reading Across Texts Workshop: Reading for Evidence, Point of View, Author's Credibility

Coming to America - Joe McGowan, TIME Magazine Article
Coming to America - Marianne Szegedy-Maszak, Informational Text: Magazine Article

Wrap-Up: Your Turn: Read and Apply Skills

Business at Eleven - Toshio Mori, Poem

Reading on Your Own

Skills and Strategies Assessment

Appendices

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