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Unit Six: Viewpoints | Excursions in Literature

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"Some Like Poetry" by Wislawa Szymborska
"Height" by Billy Collins

"The Shark" by E. J. Pratt
"The Sloth" by Theodore Roethke

"Fry, Fry Again" by Russell Baker

Selections from The Diary of a Young Girl, by Anne Frank

  • WWII Database—Extensive collection of links and articles to numerous WW II topics; some photos included
  • The National WW II Museum—Website for the museum includes activities for the classroom, lesson plans, information on a variety of WW II topics, and more
  • Second World War—covers major subjects of the war such as the Holocaust, military leaders, war photographers, scientists and much more
  • Anne Frank Museum Amsterdam—Anne Frank Museum site; beautifully presented information pulls together the rise of Nazi Germany, the Franks’ family history, Anne’s diary entries, and the testimony of the helpers. The Anne Frank House is the developer and rightful owner of the educational material.
  • Anne Frank Guide—Anne Franks Guide; lots of information on Anne and her world; tips for student projects. The Anne Frank House is the developer and rightful owner of the educational material.
  • Anne Frank, the Writer at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum— site focuses on Anne’s contributions as a writer

"The Secret Room"

"Opportunity" by Edward Rowland Sill
"The Meaning of the Look" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens

Child Labor in the English Industrial Revolution

Christmas Recipes

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