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Prentice Hall Literature: Timeless Voices, Timeless Themes, Platinum Level ©2002 Correlated to: Reading Assessment Handbook, The Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (Grade 11) PSSA/PA Reading Academic Standards

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Content Categories of the Academic Standards for Reading Information/Nonfiction Passage 1.1 Learning to Read Independently Purposes for Reading

Learn About Literature, pp. xxvi, IN4-IN5 SE/TE: xxvi, IN4-IN5 Why Read Literature? pp. 2 TE: 2 Why Read Literature? pp. 124 TE: 124 Why Read Literature? pp. 238 TE: 238 Why Read Literature? pp. 338 TE: 338 Why Read Literature? pp. 426 TE: 426 Why Read Literature? pp. 656 TE: 656

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Word Recognition Skills

From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 29, 31, 33, 34, 36, 46 TE: 31, 44 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 167, 169, 170, 171, 173, 176 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 221, 224 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 299, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 307, 310 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 341, 343, 344, 345, 348 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 659, 661, 662, 663, 664, 665, 666, 668 From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 675, 677, 678, 679, 680, 690 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 683, 684, 685, 690 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 687, 690

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Word Recognition Skills

A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 693, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699, 708 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 693, 703, 704, 705, 706, 708 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 711, 712, 713, 714, 715, 717, 720 TE: 716 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 723, 724, 725, 728 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 733, 735, 744 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 733, 738, 740, 741, 744 TE: 740 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 747, 749, 751, 756 TE: 748 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 747, 756

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Vocabulary Development

From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 29, 31, 33, 34, 36, 46 TE: 31, 44 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 167, 169, 170, 171, 173, 176 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 221, 224 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 299, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 307, 310 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 341, 343, 344, 345, 348 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 659, 661, 662, 663, 664, 665, 666, 668 From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 675, 677, 678, 679, 680, 690 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 683, 684, 685, 690 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 687, 690

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Vocabulary Development

A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 693, 695, 696, 697, 698, 699, 708 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 693, 703, 704, 705, 706, 708 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 711, 712, 713, 714, 715, 717, 720 TE: 716 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 723, 724, 725, 728 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 733, 735, 744 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 733, 738, 740, 741, 744 TE: 740 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 747, 749, 751, 756 TE: 748 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 747, 756

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Comprehension and Interpretation

Learn About Literature, pp. xxvi, IN4-IN5 SE/TE: xxvi, IN4-IN5 Reading Informational Materials, Business Documents, pp. 24-27 SE/TE: 27 TE: 24, 25, 27 From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 28-29, 31, 33, 35, 36, 45 The Dream Comes True from The Tiger of the Snows, pp. 39-44 SE/TE: 28-29, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 166-167, 169, 170, 172, 173, 174, 175 TE: 171 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 214-215, , 221, 222, 223 Reading Informational Materials, Product Information: Technical Directions and Warranties, pp. 226-229 SE/TE: 229 TE: 226, 227, 228 Reading Informational Materials, Newspaper Features, pp. 274-277 SE/TE: 277 TE: 274, 275, 276

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(Continued) From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 298-299, 301, 303, 305, 307, 308, 309 TE: 304

Comprehension and Interpretation

From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 340-341, 343, 346, 347 TE: 345 Reading Informational Materials, Persuasive Articles, pp. 410-413 SE/TE: 413 TE: 410, 411, 412 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 SE/TE: 463-463, 470, 471 TE: 465 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 462-463, 469, 470, 471 TE: 468 Reading Informational Materials, Cause-and-Effect Articles, pp. 522-525 SE/TE: 525 TE: 522, 523, 524 Reading Informational Materials, Web Sites, pp. 590-593 SE/TE: 593 TE: 590, 591, 592

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(Continued) How to Read Literature: Use Strategies for Reading Nonfiction, pp. 657 TE: 657

Comprehension and Interpretation

The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 658-659, 661, 663, 665, 666, 667 TE: 664 Reading Informational Materials, Brochures, pp. 670-673 SE/TE: 673 TE: 670, 671, 672 from The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 674-675, 677, 679, 680, 681, 682 TE: 678 from Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 674-675, 683, 685, 686, 689 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 674-675, 687, 688, 689 A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 692-693, 695, 697, 698, 699, 701, 707 TE: 700 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 692-693, 703, 705, 706, 707

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Comprehension and Interpretation

Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 710-711, 712, 713, 715, 717, 718, 719 TE: 716 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 722-723, 725, 726, 727 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 733-734, 735, 742, 743 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 733-734, 737, 739, 740, 741, 742, 743 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 746-747, 749, 751, 752, 755 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 746-747, 753, 754, 755 Reading Informational Materials, Arts-and-Leisure Articles, pp. 812-815 SE/TE: 815 TE: 812, 813, 814 Reading Informational Materials, Historical Essays, pp. 980-983 SE/TE: 983 TE: 980, 981, 982

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Fluency

Learn About Literature, pp. xxvi, IN4-IN5 SE/TE: xxvi, IN4-IN5 From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 TE: 29, 31, 33, 35, 46 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 TE: 167, 169, 173, 176 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 TE: 299, 301, 305 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 TE: 341, 348 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 TE: 463 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 TE: 463, 467 How to Read Literature: Use Strategies for Reading Nonfiction, pp. 657 TE: 657 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 TE: 661

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Fluency

From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 TE: 675 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 TE: 683 A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 TE: 695, 699 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 TE: 693 Flood, pp. 712-718 TE: 711 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 TE: 747, 749

1.2 Reading Critically in All Content Areas Detail

From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 167, 174, 175 TE: 169 From The Analects, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 221, 222, 223

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(Continued) From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 299, 301, 303, 305, 307, 308, 309

Detail

From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 675, 677, 679, 681, 682, 689 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 683, 685, 686, 689 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 687, 688, 689 A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 693, 695, 697, 699, 701, 707 TE: 698 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 693, 703, 705, 706, 707 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 711, 713, 714, 718, 719 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 723, 726, 727 TE: 725

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Inferences

From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 36, 45 The Dream Comes True from The Tiger of the Snows, pp. 39-44 SE/TE: 44, 45 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 174, 175 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 SE/TE: 470, 471 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 470, 471 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 666, 667 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 686, 689 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 706, 707 TE: 704 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 718, 719

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Inferences

Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 726, 727 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 742, 743 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 742, 743

Fact from Opinion

How to Read Literature, pp. 3 TE: 3 View from the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 29, 41, 42, 45 TE: 31, 33 The Dream Comes True from Tiger of the Snows, pp. 39SE/TE: 41, 42, 45

Comparison

From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 29, 45 From Into Thin Air, pp. 37-38 SE/TE: 38 The Dream Comes True from The Tiger of the Snows, pp. 39-44 SE/TE: 29, 45 TE: 41

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(Continued) From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 299, 309

Comparison

Speech on Japanese American Internment, pp. 308 SE/TE: 299, 309 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 SE/TE: 463, 471 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 463, 471 TE: 467 From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 675, 689 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 675, 689 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 675, 689 TE: 688 A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 693, 707

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Comparison

Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 693, 707 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 723, 727 TE: 726 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 733, 743, 745 TE: 742 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 733, 743, 745 TE: 737, 739, 741, 742 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 747, 749, 751, 756 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 747, 752, 755 TE: 754

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Analysis and Evaluation

Learn About Literature, pp. xxvi, IN4-IN5 SE/TE: xxvi, IN4-IN5 From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 29, 35, 45 TE: 31, 32 The Dream Comes True from The Tiger of the Snows, pp. 39-44 SE/TE: 29, 43, 44, 45 TE: 40, 41, 42 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 167, 169, 171, 172, 175 TE: 173 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 215, 221, 223 TE: 220 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 299, 302, 304, 309 TE: 306 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 341, 347 TE: 345 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 SE/TE: 463, 470, 471

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Analysis and Evaluation

What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 463, 469, 470, 471 TE: 467 How to Read Literature: Use Strategies for Reading Nonfiction, pp. 657 TE: 657 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 659, 662, 663, 667 From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 675, 680, 682, 689 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 675, 684, 689 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 675, 689 A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 693, 696, 700, 701, 707 TE: 695 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 693, 707 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 711, 713, 714, 715, 719

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Analysis and Evaluation

Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 723 TE: 724 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 733, 742, 743 TE: 736 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 733, 740, 742, 743 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 747, 750, 755 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 747, 754, 755

1.3 Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Literature Literary Elements

From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 167, 169, 172, 175 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 341, 345, 347 TE: 343 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 659, 663, 667 TE: 664

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Literary Elements

From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-682 TE: 677, 679 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 711, 715, 719 TE: 713, 714, 718 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 722, 723, 727 TE: 725 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 167, 169, 172, 175 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 215, 221, 223 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 341, 345, 347 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 SE/TE: 463, 471 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 463, 471 TE: 469 How to Read Literature: Use Strategies for Reading Nonfiction, pp. 657 TE: 657

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Literary Devices

The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 659, 662, 667 TE: 661, 663, 664 From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 675, 680, 689 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 675, 684, 689 Keep Memory Alive, pp. 687-688 SE/TE: 675, 689 A Child’s Christmas in Wales, pp. 694-701 SE/TE: 693, 696, 700, 707 TE: 695 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 711, 713, 714, 715, 719 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 723, 727 TE: 724 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 733, 743 TE: 736

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(Continued) Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 733, 743 TE: 740

Literary Devices

Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 747, 750, 755 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 747, 754, 755 TE: 753 Poetry

Refer to Narrative/Fiction.

Drama

Refer to Narrative/Fiction.

1.7 Characteristics and Functions of the English Language Word Origins

From View From the Summit, pp. 30-36 SE/TE: 46 TE: 33 From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 176 TE: 173 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 224

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(Continued) From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 310 TE: 301

Word Origins

From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 348 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 SE/TE: 472 TE: 465 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 668 TE: 661 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 TE: 703, 705 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 720 TE: 716 Imitating Nature’s Mineral Artistry, pp. 748-752 SE/TE: 756 TE: 748

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Variations

Reading Informational Materials, Product Information: Technical Directions and Warranties, pp. 226-229 SE/TE: 229 TE: 226, 227, 228 Reading Informational Materials, Persuasive Articles, pp. 410-413 SE/TE: 413 TE: 410, 411, 412 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 SE/TE: 690 TE: 683 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 705, 708 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 728 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 744 TE: 740

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Application

From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 224 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 310 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 472 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 668 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 705, 708 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 720 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 TE: 723 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 TE: 744 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 756

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1.8 Research Selection

From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 177 TE: 170 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 225 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 311 TE: 302 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 349 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 TE: 465 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 473 Writing Workshop: Research Writing, pp. 526-531 SE/TE: 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 669

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Selection

From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 691 TE: 679, 681 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 TE: 683, 686 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 709 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 721 TE: 715 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 729 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 745 TE: 733 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 745 TE: 733, 739 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 757

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Location of Information

From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 177 TE: 170 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 225 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 311 TE: 302 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 349 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 TE: 465 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 473 Writing Workshop: Research Writing, pp. 526-531 SE/TE: 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 669 From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 691 TE: 679, 681

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From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 TE: 683, 686 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 709 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 721 TE: 715 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 729 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 745 TE: 733 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 745 TE: 733, 739 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 757

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Organization

From My Left Foot, pp. 168-174 SE/TE: 177 TE: 170 From The Analects Confucius, pp. 220-222 SE/TE: 225 From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family, pp. 300-307 SE/TE: 311 TE: 302 From Speak, Memory, pp. 342-346 SE/TE: 349 A Picture from the Past: Emily Dickinson, pp. 464-465 TE: 465 What Makes a Degas a Degas?, pp. 466-470 SE/TE: 473 Writing Workshop: Research Writing, pp. 526-531 SE/TE: 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531 The Marginal World, pp. 660-666 SE/TE: 669

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Organization

From The Way to Rainy Mountain, pp. 676-82 SE/TE: 691 TE: 679, 681 From Nobel Lecture, pp. 683-686 TE: 683, 686 Marian Anderson: Famous Concert Singer, pp. 702-706 SE/TE: 709 Flood, pp. 712-718 SE/TE: 721 TE: 715 Mothers & Daughters, pp. 724-726 SE/TE: 729 Star Wars – A Trip to a Far Galaxy That’s Fun and Funny, pp. 734-736 SE/TE: 745 TE: 733 Star Wars: Breakthrough Film Still Has the Force, pp. 737-742 SE/TE: 745 TE: 733, 739 Work That Counts, pp. 753-754 SE/TE: 757

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Narrative/Fiction Passage 1.1 Learning to Read Independently Purposes for Reading

Learn About Literature, pp. xxvi, IN2-IN3, IN6-IN11 SE/TE: xxvi, IN2, IN3, IN6, IN7, IN8, IN9, IN10, IN11 Why Read Literature? pp. 2 TE: 2 Why Read Literature? pp. 124 TE: 124 Why Read Literature? pp. 238 TE: 238 Why Read Literature? pp. 338 TE: 338 Why Read Literature? pp. 426 TE: 426 Why Read Literature? pp. 536 TE: 536 Why Read Literature? pp. 766 TE: 766

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Purposes for Reading

Why Read Literature? pp. 924 TE: 924 Why Read Literature? pp. 1002 TE: 1002

Word Recognition Skills

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 5, 7, 9, 14, 22, TE: 16 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 49, 50, 51, 52, 66 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, TE: 86, 90 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 101, 103, 104, 114 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 101, 110, 111 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 181, 183, 192 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 205, 207, 212

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Word Recognition Skills

Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 241, 245, 252 TE: 243 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 279, 281, 286 TE: 282 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 289, 296 TE: 291 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 317, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 328 TE: 319 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 351, 353, 355, 356, 357, 362 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 375, 377, 378, 379, 394 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 429, 440 TE: 437 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 443, 445, 446, 447, 452

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The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 497, 508 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 539, 546 TE: 541 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 549, 551, 554, 572 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 547, 588 TE: 583 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 612, 616, 617 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 612, 623, 624, 625, 630 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 637, 646

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The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 637, 646 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1005, 1008, 1009, 1016 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1019, 1031, 1032, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1041, 1044 TE: 1003, 1036 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1051, 1060 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1063

Vocabulary Development

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 5, 7, 9, 14, 22, TE: 16 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 49, 50, 51, 52, 66 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, TE: 86, 90 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 101, 103, 104, 114

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Vocabulary Development

Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 101, 110, 111 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 181, 183, 192 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 205, 207, 212 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 241, 245, 252 TE: 243 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 279, 281, 286 TE: 282 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 289, 296 TE: 291 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 317, 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 325, 328 TE: 319 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 351, 353, 355, 356, 357, 362

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Vocabulary Development

The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 375, 377, 378, 379, 394 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 429, 440 TE: 437 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 443, 445, 446, 447, 452 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 497, 508 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 539, 546 TE: 541 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 549, 551, 554, 572 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 547, 588 TE: 583 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595

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Vocabulary Development

There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 612, 616, 617 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 612, 623, 624, 625, 630 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 637, 646 The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 637, 646 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1005, 1008, 1009, 1016 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1019, 1031, 1032, 1037, 1038, 1039, 1041, 1044 TE: 1003, 1036 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1051, 1060 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1063

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Comprehension and Interpretation

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 4-5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21 TE: 6, 18 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 48-49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 65 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 80-81, 84, 85, 87, 88, 89 TE: 86 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 100-101, 103, 104, 105, 107, 108, 113 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 100-101, 111, 112, 113 TE: 110 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 180-181, 185, 187, 189, 190, 191 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 204-205, 207, 209, 210, 211 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 240-241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251

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Comprehension and Interpretation

Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 278-279, 281, 284, 285 TE: 282 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 288-289, 291, 292, 295 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 316-317, 320, 321, 323, 325, 326, 327 TE: 322 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 350-351, 353, 355, 356, 358, 359, 360, 361 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 374-375, 377, 379, 383, 387, 391, 392, 393 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 428-429, 431, 433, 435, 436, 437, 438, 439 TE: 432 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 442-443, 445, 448, 449, 450, 451 TE: 447 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 496-497, 499, 501, 503, 504, 505, 506, 507 TE: 500

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Comprehension and Interpretation

The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 538-539, 541, 542, 543, 544, 545 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 548-549, 551, 552, 553, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559, 561, 562, 563, 564, 569, 570 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 574-575, 577, 578, 579, 580, 581, 583, 585, 586, 587 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 594-595, 597, 598, 599, 601, 603, 609 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 594-595, 605, 607, 608, 609 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 612-613, 615, 616, 617, 619, 620, 629 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 612-613, 621, 623, 624, 625, 626, 627, 628, 629 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 636, 637, 639, 640, 645 The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 636-637, 641, 643, 644, 645

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Comprehension and Interpretation

From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1004-1005, 1007, 1009, 1010, 1011, 1014, 1015 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1018-1019, 1031, 1032, 1033, 1034, 1035, 1036, 1037, 1039, 1041, 1043 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1050-1051, 1053, 1054, 1057, 1058, 1059 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1062-1063, 1065, 1067, 1069, 1071, 1072, 1073

Fluency

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 5 TE: 7, 9, 19 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 TE: 49, 56 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 TE: 81 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 TE: 101 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 181

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Fluency

Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 TE: 241 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 286 TE: 281 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 296 TE: 289 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 TE: 317 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 TE: 351 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 394 TE: 375 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 TE: 429, 433 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 TE: 443, 445

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Fluency

The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 TE: 497, 505 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 TE: 539, 543 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 TE: 613 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 TE: 637 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 TE: 1005, 1011 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 TE: 1019 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 TE: 1055

1.2 Reading Critically in All Content Areas Detail

Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 101, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 113, 115 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 101, 112, 113, 115 TE: 110

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Inferences

From A Walk to the Jetty, pp. 70-76 SE/TE: 69, 71, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77 I dwell in Possibility, pp. 159 SE/TE: 157, 163 Uncoiling, pp. 160-161 SE/TE: 157, 163 TE: 160 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 375, 377, 381, 383, 384, 389, 391, 393 TE: 380 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 429, 433, 436, 438, 439 TE: 431, 432, 435, 437 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595, 597, 598, 601, 609 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595, 609 TE: 606 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 640 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1051, 1054, 1058, 1059 TE: 1053, 1056 SE = Student Edition

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Fact from Opinion

Refer to the Information/Nonfiction Passages.

Comparison

The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 49, 58, 65 The Bridegroom, pp. 59-64 SE/TE: 49, 64, 65 Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 101, 113 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 101,113 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 279, 284, 285 Tell all the Truth but tell it slant--, p. 284 SE/TE: 279, 284, 285 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 289, 292, 295 TE: 293 The Fish, pp. 293-294 SE/TE: 289, 295 TE: 293 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595, 609

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Comparison

Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595, 609 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 613, 620, 629 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 613, 629 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 637, 640, 644, The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 637, 644 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1005, 1010, 1011, 1014, 1015 Morte d’ Arthur, pp. 1020-1029 SE/TE: 1019, 1043 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1019, 1042, 1043

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Analysis and Evaluation

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 5, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 TE: 7, 11 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 49, 58 TE: 54, 57 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 81, 87, 89 TE: 83, 85 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 101, 106, 107, 108 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 101, 112, 113 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 181, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 190 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 205, 207, 210, 211 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 241, 243, 248, 250, 251 TE: 244, 246, 249

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Analysis and Evaluation

Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 279, 285 TE: 283 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 289, 292, 295 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 317, 324, 326, 327 TE: 319, 321 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 351, 353, 358, 360, 361 TE: 352, 355 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 375, 378, 382, 385, 386, 387, 388, 390, 391, 392 TE: 377 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 429, 431, 432, 438, 439 TE: 436 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 443, 447, 450 TE: 445, 446, 449 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 497, 499, 503, 507

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Analysis and Evaluation

The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 539, 541, 545 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 549, 551, 557, 558, 561, 562, 564, 565, 568, 571 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 575, 577, 578, 581, 586 TE: 582 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595, 600, 601, 609 TE: 599, 602 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595, 606, 609 TE: 607 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 613, 614, 616, 618, 629 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 613, 622, 629 TE: 624 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 637, 645 TE: 639

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Analysis and Evaluation

The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 637, 643, 645 TE: 639 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1005, 1007, 1008, 1011, 1012, 1015 TE: 1009 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1019, 1033, 1034, 1036, 1043 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1051, 1057, 1058, 1059 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 11063, 1067, 1070, 1071, 1073 TE: 1069

1.3 Reading, Analyzing and Interpreting Literature Literary Elements

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 5, 10, 12, 13, 21 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 81, 88, 89

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A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 181, 183, 184, 185, 186, 197, 191 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 205, 207, 211 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 24, 248, 251 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 317, 324, 327 TE: 319, 321 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 351, 353, 356, 358, 361 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 375, 378, 382, 385, 386, 387, 388, 390, 391 TE: 377 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 429, 438, 439 TE: 432 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 443, 447, 451 TE: 445, 446

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The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 497, 503, 507 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 539, 545 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 549, 565, 568, 571 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 575, 577, 584, 586 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595, 600, 601, 609 TE: 602 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595, 606, 609 TE: 607 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 613, 614, 616, 618, 629 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 613, 622, 629 TE: 624 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 637, 645

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The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 637, 643, 645 TE: 639 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1005, 1007, 1012, 1015 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1019, 1033, 1034, 1036, 1043 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1051, 1057, 1059 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1063, 1067, 1070, 1071, 1073

Literary Devices

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 5, 8, 10, 12, 13, 14, 19, 21 TE: 7 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 49, 52, 53, 56, 65 TE: 55 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 81, 89 TE: 83, 85

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The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 101, 106, 107 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 101, 113 TE: 111 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 181, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 191 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 205, 207, 211 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 241, 243, 248, 251 TE: 244, 246, 249 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 279, 285 TE: 283 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 289, 295 TE: 292 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 317, 324, 327, TE: 319, 321

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Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 351, 353, 356, 358, 361 TE: 352, 355 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 375, 378, 382, 385, 387, 390, 391 TE: 377 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 429, 431, 432, 438, 439 TE: 436 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 443, 447, 451 TE: 445 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 497, 499, 503, 507 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 539, 541, 545 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 549, 551, 557, 558, 561, 562, 564, 565, 568, 571 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 575, 578, 584, 586 TE: 582

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A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 595, 600, 601. 609 TE: 602 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 595, 606, 609 TE: 607 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 613, 614, 616, 618, 629 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 SE/TE: 613, 622, 629 TE: 624 The Princess and All the Kingdom, pp. 638-640 SE/TE: 637, 645 The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 637, 643, 645 TE: 639 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1005, 1007, 1008, 1011, 1012, 1015 TE: 1009 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1019, 1033, 1034, 1036

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Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1051, 1057, 1059 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1063, 1067, 1070, 1071, 1073

Poetry

Learn About Literature, pp. IN8-IN9 SE/TE: IN8, IN9 The Bridegroom, pp. 59-64 SE/TE: 48-49, 59, 61, 63, 65 TE: 60, 62 Spring and All, p. 94 SE/TE: 92-93, 96, 97 TE: 94 Fear, p. 95 SE/TE: 92-93, 96, 97 TE: 95 The street, p. 96 SE/TE: 93-93, 96, 97 Success is counted sweetest, p. 158 SE/TE: 156-157, 159, 163 TE: 158

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Uncoiling, p. 160 SE/TE: 156-157, 162, 163 TE: 160, 161 Columbus Dying, p. 162 SE/TE: 156-157, 162, 163 After Apple-Picking, pp. 196-197 SE/TE: 194-195, 197, 198, 201 TE: 196 Mowing, p. 198 SE/TE: 194-195, 198, 201 At Harvest, p. 200 SE/TE: 194-195, 199, 201 Africa, p. 216 SE/TE: 214-215, 222, 223 TE: 216 Old Song, p. 217 SE/TE: 214-215, 217, 222, 223 All, p. 218 SE/TE: 214-215, 222, 223 TE: 218

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Also All, p. 219 SE/TE: 214-215, 222, 223 TE: 219 Conscientious Objector, p. 266 SE/TE: 264-265, 267, 271 TE: 266 A Man, p. 267 SE/TE: 264-265, 267, 271 The Weary Blues, pp. 268-269 SE/TE: 264-265, 269, 271 Jazz Fantasia, p. 270 SE/TE: 264-265, 270, 271 Tell all the Truth but tell it slant--, p. 284 SE/TE: 278-279, 284, 285 The Fish, pp. 293-294 SE/TE: 288-289, 294, 295 The Bridge, p. 366 SE/TE: 364-365, 366, 367, 371 The Old Stoic, p. 367 SE/TE: 364-365, 367, 371

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I am Not one of Those Who Left the Land, p. 368 SE/TE: 364-365, 370, 371 TE: 368 Thoughts of Hanoi, pp. 399-400 SE/TE: 396-397, 399, 400, 407 TE: 398 Auto Wreck, p. 401 SE/TE: 396-397, 403, 407 TE: 401 Pride, pp. 402-403 SE/TE: 396-397, 403, 407 TE: 402 The Bean Eaters, p. 458 SE/TE: 454-455, 458, 459 In the Orchard, p. 513 SE/TE: 510-511, 518, 519 TE: 513 A Tree Telling of Orpheus, pp. 514-518 SE/TE: 510-511, 515, 517, 518, 519 TE: 514, 516

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The Stolen Child, pp. 928-930 SE/TE: 926-927, 929, 930, 931 TE: 928 In Flanders Fields, p. 938 SE/TE: 936-937, 941, 945 TE: 938 The Kraken, p. 939 SE/TE: 936-937, 941, 945 TE: 939 Meeting at Night, p. 940 SE/TE: 936-937, 941, 945 TE: 940 Reapers, p. 941 SE/TE: 936-937, 941, 945 Prayed of First Dancers, pp. 942-944 SE/TE: 936-937, 942, 943, 944, 945 The Guitar, pp. 972-973 SE/TE: 968-969, 973, 977 TE: 972

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What Are Friends For, p. 974 SE/TE: 968-969, 975, 977 TE: 974 Making a Fist, p. 975 SE/TE: 968-969, 975, 977 Some Like Poetry, p. 976 SE/TE: 968-969, 976, 977 The Waking, pp. 986-987 SE/TE: 984-985, 987, 991 TE: 986 Tanka, p. 988 SE/TE: 984-985, 989, 991 TE: 988 Haiku, p. 989 SE/TE: 984-985, 989, 991 Sonnet 18, p. 990 SE/TE: 984-985, 990, 991 Morte d’ Arthur, pp. 1020-1029 SE/TE: 1018-1019, 1021, 1022, 1023, 1024, 1025, 1026, 1027, 1028, 1029, 1043 TE: 1020

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Learn About Literature, pp. IN6-IN7 SE/TE: IN6-IN7 Antigone, pp. 772-808 SE/TE: 768-769, 770-771, 773, 774, 775, 776, 777, 778, 779, 780, 781, 782, 783, 784, 785, 786, 787, 788, 790, 791, 792, 793, 794, 795, 797, 798, 799, 800, 801, 802, 803, 804, 805, 806, 807, 808, 809 TE: 772, 796 The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, pp. 822-912 SE/TE: 823, 825, 826, 827, 829, 830, 831, 832, 833, 835, 837, 838, 840, 841, 843, 845, 846, 847, 848, 849, 850, 851, 853, 855, 856, 857, 858, 860,m 861, 862, 863, 865, 866, 867, 868, 869, 871, 872, 873, 874, 875, 876, 877, 879, 880, 881, 883, 885, 886, 887, 889, 890, 891, 893, 894, 895, 896, 897, 898, 900, 901, 902, 903, 905, 906, 907, 909, 910, 911, 912, 913 TE: 822, 824, 828, 834, 836, 842, 844, 852, 854, 864, 870, 878, 884, 888, 892, 904, 908

1.7 Characteristics and Functions of the English Language Word Origins

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 22 TE: 16 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 66 TE: 52

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The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 90 TE: 85 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 Damon and Pythias, pp. 109-112 SE/TE: 1114 TE: 111 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 183, 192 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 212 TE: 205 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 252 TE: 243 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 286 TE: 282 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 296 TE: 289

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The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 328 TE: 321 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 362 TE: 355 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 394 TE: 378 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 452 TE: 445 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 508 TE: 501 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 TE: 542 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 610 TE: 605 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 630 TE: 620

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The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 646 TE: 642 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1016 TE: 1010 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1044 TE: 1036 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1060 TE: 1057 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1074 TE: 1066

Variations

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 22 The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 SE/TE: 66 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 TE: 181, 186

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The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 SE/TE: 205, 211 Through the Tunnel, pp. 242-250 SE/TE: 252 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 385 The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 SE/TE: 440 TE: 433, 437 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 448 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 TE: 500 The Open Window, pp. 540-544 SE/TE: 546 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 TE: 577 Luck, pp. 604-608 TE: 605, 608

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There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 630 TE: 620 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1060 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1074

Application

The Monkey’s Paw, pp. 50-58 TE: 51, 64 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 81, 84, 89 TE: 82, 86, 88 A Visit to Grandmother, pp. 182-190 SE/TE: 192 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 286 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 296 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 362

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The Widow and the Parrot, pp. 430-438 TE: 431 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 452 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 588 Luck, pp. 604-608 TE: 605, 608 There Will Come Soft Rains, pp. 614-620 SE/TE: 630

1.8 Research Selection

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 23 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 91 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 115 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 TE: 205

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Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 287 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 297 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 329 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 363 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 395 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 453 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 509 Writing Workshop: Research Writing, pp. 526-531 SE/TE: 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 573 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 589

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Selection

A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 611 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 611 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 TE: 623 The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 647 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1017 From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1045 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1061 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1075

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Selection, pp. 1 Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 23 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 91 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 115 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 TE: 205 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 287 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 297 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 329 Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 363 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 395

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Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 453 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 509 Writing Workshop: Research Writing, pp. 526-531 SE/TE: 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 573 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 589 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 611 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 611 The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 TE: 623 The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 647 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1017

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From The Once and Future King, pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1045 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1061 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1075

Organization

Contents of the Dead Man’s Pocket, pp. 6-20 SE/TE: 23 The Masque of the Read Death, pp. 82-88 SE/TE: 91 The Two Friends, pp. 102-108 SE/TE: 115 The Apple Tree, pp. 206-210 TE: 205 Like the Sun, pp. 280-283 SE/TE: 287 Hearts and Hands, pp. 290-292 SE/TE: 297 The Cabuliwallah, pp. 318-326 SE/TE: 329

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Games at Twilight, pp. 352-360 SE/TE: 363 The Good Deed, pp. 376-392 SE/TE: 395 Civil Peace, pp. 444-450 SE/TE: 453 The Street of the Cañon from Mexican Village, pp. 498-506 SE/TE: 509 Writing Workshop: Research Writing, pp. 526-531 SE/TE: 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531 Leiningen Versus the Ants, pp. 550-570 SE/TE: 573 By the Waters of Babylon, pp. 576-586 SE/TE: 589 A Problem, pp. 596-603 SE/TE: 611 Luck, pp. 604-608 SE/TE: 611

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The Garden of Stubborn Cats, pp. 621-628 TE: 623 The Censors, pp. 641-644 SE/TE: 647 From Don Quixote, pp. 1006-1014 SE/TE: 1017 From The Once and Future King , pp. 1030-1042 SE/TE: 1045 Rama’s Initiation from the Ramayana, pp. 1052-1058 SE/TE: 1061 From Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali, pp. 1064-1072 SE/TE: 1075

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