Operating Systems and Windows

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  • mémoire
Operating Systems and Windows
  • particular operating system
  • software platform on top
  • •the application programs
  • broad tasks
  • system functions
  • disk drives
  • systems
  • application
  • system

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McDougal Littell
corrrelated to
Holt
Elements of Literature
Grade 12
8/2001
2001Holt’s Elements of Literature © 2000
McDougal Littell’s Language Network © 2001
GRADE 12
How to use this correlation
Users of Elements of Literature will appreciate this convenient guide to grammar, writing, and commu-
nication skills supplementary instruction in McDougal Littell’s Language Network.
The correlation is organized by selection, so that as you work your way through the literature in
Elements of Literature, you know exactly where to go in Language Network for skills instruction in
common grammar concepts, writing skills, vocabulary acquisition, critical thinking skills; and for help
with projects such as giving speeches, creating multimedia projects, interviewing, and much more.
Convenient quick reference
A few regular features in Elements of Literature can be supported with the same Language Network chap-
ter or pages consistently throughout the program. As a convenient guide for you, these features are list-
ed below in a quick reference, rather than listed with selections.
Selection Features in Elements of Literature Supplement with Language Network
Making Meanings Evaluating Ideas, pp. 481–499
Post-reading, critical thinking questions
that follow every selection
Writer’s Notebook Prewriting, pp. 288–289
After selections students jot down
ideas to apply later in a Writer’s
Workshop
1BEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
COLLECTION 1: SONGS OF ANCIENT HEROES
from Beowulf, p. 18
Writing
• Analyze Character, p. 50 Writing Workshop: Critical Review of Literature,
pp. 402-409, 624
• Write an Autobiographical Incident, p. 50 Personal Experience, p. 482
• Retell an Episode from Another Point of View, Point of View, pp. 363-364
p 50 Style, p. 366
• Compare Heroes of Film and Epic, p. 50 Compare, p. 307
Reading Skills and Strategies: Using
Context Clues, p. 51
Writing
• Construct Sentences Incorporating Context Context Clues, pp. 554-555
Clues, p. 51 Vocabulary Development, p. 566
The Seafarer, p. 55
Writing
• Identify Elements of Tone, p. 60 Tone, pp. 361-362
• Write an Essay Comparing Texts Across Compare, p. 307
Cultures, p. 60
• Create a Personal “Seafarer” Poem, p. 60 Poems and Short Stories, pp. 443-444
Speaking and Listening
• Debate a Proposition, p. 60 Debating, pp. 514-516
Grade 12, Collection 1 3BEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
The English Language: Where English
Came From, p. 63
Vocabulary
• Root Words, p. 66 Vocabulary Development, pp. 553-567
• Affixes, p. 66
• Etymologies, p. 66
Writer’s Workshop: Analyzing a Literary
Work, p. 67
• Analyze a Literary Work, p. 67-68 Writing Workshop: Critical Review of Literature,
pp. 402-409
Grammar–Writing Language Workshop:
Sentence Combining, p. 69
• Sentence Combining, p. 69 Varying Your Sentences, p. 344
• Combining with Phrases Sentence Structure, pp. 86-87
• Combine Ideas Adding Variety with Sentence Structure,
• Subordinate Ideas pp. 96-99
• Revise Short, Choppy Sentences, p. 69
Learning for Life: Analyzing Groups,
p. 71
Speaking and Listening
• Present a Panel Discussion on How People Group Communication, pp. 512-513
Build a Sense of Community, p. 71
4 Correlation of Language Network to Elements of LiteratureBEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
COLLECTION 2: THE GIFT OF STORY
Ballads
• Lord Randall, p. 90
• Edward, Edward, p. 92
• Get up and Bar the Door, p. 94
Writing
• Write a Short Essay Comparing and Compare-Contrast, p. 307
Contrasting Versions of a Traditional Ballad,
p. 97
Speaking and Listening
• Give an Oral Performance of a Ballad, p. 96 Planning an Oral Performance, pp. 506-511
from The Canterbury Tales, p. 100
• The Prologue, p. 100
• from The Pardoner’s Tale, p. 129
• from The Wife of Bath’s Tale, p. 138
Speaking and Listening
• Prepare and Present a Reading of a Tale, p. 150 Planning an Oral Presentation, pp. 506-511
Writing
• Create a Personality Profile for the Pardoner, Writing Workshop: Creating a Personality
p. 137 Profile, pp. 394-400
• Contrast the Moral Message of the Pardoner’s Contrast, p. 307
Tale with His Own Character, p. 137
• Compare and Contrast the Wife of Bath with a Compare-Contrast, p. 307
Contemporary Woman, p. 150
Vocabulary
• Analyzing Word Parts, p. 151 Word Parts, pp. 556-561
Grade 12, Collection 2 5BEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight,
p. 158
Writing
• Compare Gawain to a Modern Hero, p. 168 Comparison, p. 307
Speaking and Listening
• Group Discussion, p. 168 Group Communication, pp. 512-513
Effective Oral Communication, p. 516
• Panel Discussion of the Roles of Women in Sir Gr. 512-513
Gawain and in Contemporary World, p. 168 Effective O. 516
The Death of Arthur from Morte
D’arthur, p. 170
Writing
• Compare Arthur with Beowulf, p. 176 Compare, p. 307
• Create a Translation, p. 176 Paraphrase, p. 454
Vocabulary
• Using Context Clues, pp. 170, 176 Context Clues, pp. 554-555
Writer’s Workshop: Comparison-
Contrast Essay, p. 185
Writing
• Write a Comparison-Contrast Essay, p. 185-186 Comparison, p. 307
Grammar–Language Workshop:
Common Agreement Problems, p. 187
• Revise Sentences to Correct Agreement S-V Agreement, pp. 128-149
Problems, p. 187
6 Correlation of Language Network to Elements of LiteratureBEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
Reading for Life: Analyzing a Film or
Play Review, p. 188
Writing
• Compare a Personal Review to a Review by a Comparison, p. 307
Critic, p. 188 Writing Workshop: Critical Review, pp. 402-409
Grade 12, Collection 2 7BEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
COLLECTION 3: LOVE, DEATH, AND TIME
Whoso List to Hunt, p. 214
Writing
• Write a Paragraph from the Point of View of Point of View, pp. 363-366
the Woman Referred to in the Poem, p. 216
from Amoretti
• Sonnet 30, p. 218
• Sonnet 75, p. 219
Writing
• Write to an Author, p. 220 Other Comma Rules: Student Model, p. 228
Shakespeare’s Sonnets, p. 223
• Sonnet 18, p. 224
• Sonnet 29, p. 225
• Sonnet 73, p. 226
• Sonnet 116, p. 228
• Sonnet 130, p. 229
Writing
• Collect ideas for an Essay, p. 230 Prewriting, p. 288
• Compare and Contrast Tones, p. 230 Compare-Contrast, p. 307; Tone, pp. 361-362
•e Poems from Different Cultures, p. 230. 307; Critical Review of
Literature, pp. 403-405
Speaking and Listening
• Engage in a Panel Discussion of Contemporary Group Communication, pp. 512-513
Views of Love, p. 230 Effective Oral Communication, p. 516
8 Correlation of Language Network to Elements of LiteratureBEGINNING WITH ENRICHING WITH
Elements of Literature Language Network
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love,
p. 231
The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd, p. 235
To the Virgins to Make Much of Time,
p. 239
To His Coy Mistress, p. 241
Writing
• Compare and Contrast Poems, p. 243 Compare-Contrast, p. 307; Poems and Short
Stories, pp. 443-444
• Compare Poems, p. 243 Compar. 307; Poems and Short
Stories, pp. 443-444
• Compare Poems Across Cultures, p. 243 Compare-Contrast, p. 307; Poems and Short
Stories, pp. 443-444
Speaking and Listening
• Engage in a Panel Discussion of Gender Traits, Group Communication, pp. 512-513
p. 243 Effective Oral Communication, p. 516
Song, p. 245
A Valediction Forbidding Mourning,
p. 247
Meditation 17, p. 250
Death Be Not Proud, p. 253
Writing
• Identify Details that Determine Tone, p. 255 Tone, pp. 361-362
• Compare and Contrast Two Valediction Poems, Compare-Contrast, p. 307; Poems and Short
p. 255 Stories, pp. 443-444
• Write a Brief Essay Analyzing Donne’s Use of Writing Workshop: Critical Review of Literature,
Metaphors, p. 255 pp. 402-409
Metaphors, pp. 358
Five Figures of Speech: Metaphor, p.367
Poems and Short Stories, pp. 443-444
• Create Hyperbolic Statements, p. 255 Hyperbole, pp. 359, 367
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