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Mcdougal Littell Literature and Language, Red Level (Grade 7)

by James Marshall Arthur N. Applebee Judith A. Langer Andrea B. Bermudez Susan Hynds Donna E. Norton

Literature and Language is different from other books you have used in two important ways. First, it is organized to help you tie together your study of the language arts--literature, writing, and language. The literature, chosen for its appeal to your life, serves as the starting point for all your learning. Students like you helped to select the stories, plays, articles, and poems that appear in this book (see their names on page vi). You'll find stories that have been favorites for many generations, as well as works by current writers. Second, as you use this book, you will find that it does not present a "right" way to understand a story or to write a paper. Instead, it requires you to think for yourself. It asks you to form your own opinions and make your own decisions.

Mcdougal Littell Literature and Language, Yellow Level (Grade 11)

by James Marshall Arthur N. Applebee Judith A. Langer Andrea B. Berrnúdez

This book is based on a unique philosophy--that what you bring to this book is just as important as what the book brings to you. This means that your own experiences become the basis for your involvement with the literature and activities. The special features in Literature and Language promote this relationship between you and the text.

McDougal Littell Literature: Grade 7 (Illinois Edition)

by Arthur N. Applebee Jim Burke Douglas Carnine Janet Allen

The book has learning standards that your teacher will use to design a course of instruction that will help you develop the skills and knowledge you are expected to have by the end of grade 7. Each unit, each selection, and each workshop connects to one or more of the standards. The standards covered in each section of a unit are listed on the opening page of the section as well as in the table of contents.

McDougal Littell Literature Grade 9 California edition

by Arthur N. Applebee Jim Burke Janet Allen

McDougal Littell Literature has English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools that indicate the skills students will need to master by the end of their grade level. The English-Language Arts Content Standards are divided into four domains, or groups of skills: Reading, Writing, Written and Oral English Language Conventions, and Listening and Speaking.

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