Expository Essays For Horses

Jeremy GoldmanSusannah NicholsExpository Writing9/30/16Horses Don’t Stop: the Unexpected Virtue of Young Thug“N***a, horses don’t stop, they keep goingYou could lose your life, but it’s gonna keep goingWhy not risk life when it’s gonna keep going?When you die, somebody else is bornBut at least we got to sayWe ran up them digits, we ran up the moneyWe ran up them digits, we ran up that moneyWe ran up them digits, we ran up that mon-nayyy”Like most artists, I often get asked who my inspirations are. I don’t think a lot of people have a concise, palatably short list of their muses, but I could prattle oF a few. Some of them are a bit more obvious to those who know me, like how I get my positivity and my Pretentious Rhyme Scheme BullshitTMfrom Chance the Rapper, or how I get a big chunk of my sense of humor from Steve Martin and Demetri Martin (unrelated). It doesn’t take a vi-sionary to say they’re inspired by Kanye West, or Oscar Wilde, or Eleanor Roosevelt. But then there’s Young Thug.Clearly, part of the issue is that Young Thug isn’t nearly as well-known as any of those other aforementioned ±gures. He’s only been active in music since 2011 and didn’t achieve a semblance of mainstream relevance until late 2014. Even then, most just know him by name, and his name is less thanimpressive (it boggles me that the rapper name “Young Thug” wasn’t alreadytaken). But even those who know Young Thug’s music typically know a scant

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This Explanatory Writing Lesson focuses on Text Dependent Analysis and using Text Evidence as Support to develop a Constructed Response / Essay. The lesson comes complete with a Brainstorming section, a Thesis Statement development component, and an Expository Writing Tutorial.

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This is an Expository Essay Prompt

“Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Horse Snake - The memoir The Land I Lost recounts the real life experiences of Huynh Quang Nhuong. The specific details and images help the reader experience life in a small Vietnamese village, including the dangers the villagers faced.
Discuss the impact of the appearance of the horse snake on the people in the village. What evidence in the text proves that the villagers have fought horse snakes in the past? What role did teamwork play in helping to defeat the snake? Use specific evidence from the story as support.

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This The Horse Snake Expository / Explanatory Writing Prompt lesson comes complete with:

The Horse Snake Lesson Plan which includes:

• Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan
• Instructional Focus
• Instructional Procedures for “The Horse Snake” Writing Lesson
• Objectives/Goals
• Direct Instruction
• Guided Practice
• Enrichment
• Differentiation
• ESE Strategies
• ELL Strategies
• I Can Statement
• Essential Question

The Horse Snake Student Worksheet includes:

• Prompt
• Rubric
• Brainstorming Section
• Thesis Statement Development
• How to Write an Expository Essay Tutorial

The Horse Snake Presentation includes:

• Introduction slide with prompt (interactive for students to identify key vocabulary)
• Brainstorming slide (interactive for students to list ideas)
• Standard and Implied Thesis Development Slides
• How to Write an Expository Essay Tutorial
• Checklist slide

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The lessons in the Middle School Text Dependent Analysis Writing Prompts Unit include:

Link- Text Dependent Analysis – A Christmas Carol
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – All I Really Need to Know, I Learned in Kindergarten
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – All Summer in a Day
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Ant and the Grasshopper
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – After Twenty Years
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Amigo Brothers
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Annabel Lee
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Bud, Not Buddy
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Casey at the Bat
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Charles
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Chenoo
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Circuit
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Dog of Pompeii
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Duffy’s Jacket
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Eleven
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Fire and Ice
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Flowers for Algernon
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Ghost of the Lagoon
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Gift of the Magi
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Harlem Renaissance
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Harlem Night Song
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground Railroad
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Hatchet
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Holes
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Horse Snake
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – I Like to See It Lap the Miles
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Jabberwocky
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Jacket
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Jeremiah’s Song
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Life Doesn’t Frighten Me
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Lob’s Girl
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Maniac Magee
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Matthew Henson at the Top of the World
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Medicine Bag
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Miss Awful
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Mother to Son
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Names / Nombres
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – No Thought of Reward
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – On Turning Ten
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Outsiders
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Paul Revere’s Ride
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Phantom Tollbooth
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Prince and the Pauper
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Problem with Bullies
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Red Guards from Red Scarf Girl
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Raymond’s Run
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Rikki Tikki Tavi
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Rules of the Game
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Seventh Grade Prompt 1
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Seventh Grade Prompt 2
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The School Play
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Should Wild Animals Be Kept as Pets?
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Sootface
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Space Settlements
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Still I Rise
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Story of My Life
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Tell Tale Heart
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Thank You, M’am
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Broken Chain
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Diary of Anne Frank
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Difference a City Year Makes
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Dinner Party
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Fun They Had
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Giver
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Landlady
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Monkey’s Paw
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Prompt 1
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Prompt 2
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Most Dangerous Game
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Open Window
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Ransom of Red Chief
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Richer, the Poorer
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Sound of Thunder
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Third Wish
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Treasure of Lemon Brown
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Zoo
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Three Skeleton Key
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Tuck Everlasting
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Tuesday of the Other June
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – To Build a Fire
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Woodsong
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Yeh-Shen: A Cinderella Story

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16 Slides (PowerPoint Presentation), Lesson Plan 3 Pages, Student Worksheets 4

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