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Creating Outlines by Kathleen Lietzau

Creating Outlines by Kathleen Lietzau

Creating Outlines by Kathleen Lietzau What is an Outline? Macro Outlines Micro Outlines Crafting an Outline Moving from the Outline to the Paper What is an Outline? An outline is a way of formally...

What Should an Author Profile Look Like?

What Should an Author Profile Look Like?

One of the key features of Excellence in Literature is that we don’t assign anything that is just busywork. The Author Profile is designed to capture the essential points in an author’s life, with...

How to read poetry aloud: Title: Boy giving recitation in program at end of school term. FSA (Farm Security Administration) labor camp. Caldwell, Idaho Creator(s): Lee, Russell, 1903-1986, photographer Published: 1941 June Source: loc.gov.

How to Read Poetry Aloud

Reading poetry aloud is a wonderful way to internalize the rhythm and cadence of beautifully crafted language, as well as poetic imagery. Learning to read poetry aloud can lead to creative recitations, and the...

Techniques of Literary Summary and Analysis

Techniques of Literary Summary and Analysis

Using the nursery rhyme, “Jack and Jill,” Professor Randy Laist explains basic techniques of literary summary and analysis.