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        Learning Life Skills through Literary Analysis

        Using Literature to help students understand how to analyze text and support personal opinions, students will read the The Custom-House essay of the novel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne. 2011 Illinois State Teacher of the Year, Annice Brave, shares advice for implementing this lesson in your classroom. The Interactive PDF includes links to relevant resource websites and information about preparing the lesson, and classroom management techniques for maximizing student participation.

        All resources are from “The Ignite Show.” For more information about the show and to watch full episodes, visit theigniteshow.com.

        Full Episode: Annice Brave – 2011 Illinois State Teacher of the Year

        Walk with a diverse group of Illinois high school students as they dive into The Scarlett Letter Custom House Essay and answer text-dependent questions to analyze this classic story through the lens of modern life.

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        Teacher-to-Teacher Ignite Message

        Annice shares advice for implementing this lesson in your classroom.

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        Take an uninterrupted look inside Annice Brave's classroom as she begins the lesson, works through it with the students and then ends for the day.

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