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The African American Literature anthology highlights some of the most influential African American authors in history. The Teaching Unit for African American Literature gives you a comprehensive academic framework that saves you hours of prep work. You can rely on this well-researched unit as a…

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A perfect supplement to African American Literature: An Anthology from Frederick Douglass to Toni Morrison, this poster set provides a visual timeline to help students recognize the relationships between the stories they're reading and the historical period in which they were written. Three 11" x…

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The African American Literature anthology highlights some of the most influential African American authors in history. The Teaching Unit for African American Literature gives you a comprehensive academic framework that saves you hours of prep work. You can rely on this well-researched unit as a…

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…from Literature: a direct and incidental approach to literature-based vocabulary study. Instead of simply copying dictionary definitions, your students will understand words in context, grasp elusive shades of meaning, and develop greater interest in classic literature. Vocabulary From Literature

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…from Literature: a direct and incidental approach to literature-based vocabulary study. Instead of simply copying dictionary definitions, your students will understand words in context, grasp elusive shades of meaning, and develop greater interest in classic literature. Vocabulary From Literature

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…introductory essay, Anthony Appiah explores the roots of African-American literature. He points out that writing itself was an act of rebellion for a population that assumed to be illiterate, and explains the distinctive American literary and cultural context of the time, without which these works…

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African Americans in the 20th century. This AP* Literature Teaching Unit helps you teach Invisible Man and at the same time prepare your students for the AP Literature and Composition Exam. It's easy to add this unit to your lesson plan, and it will save you hours of preparation. Every AP Literature

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African Americans in the 20th century. This AP* Literature Teaching Unit helps you teach Invisible Man and at the same time prepare your students for the AP Literature and Composition Exam. It's easy to add this unit to your lesson plan, and it will save you hours of preparation. Every AP Literature

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African Americans in the 20th century. This AP* Literature Teaching Unit helps you teach Invisible Man and at the same time prepare your students for the AP Literature and Composition Exam. It's easy to add this unit to your lesson plan, and it will save you hours of preparation. Every AP Literature

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Toni Morrison is one of the most celebrated contemporary African American authors. Known for her bestsellers The Bluest Eye and Beloved, Morrison has received multiple awards for her writing, including the Nobel Prize in Literature, a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, and the Presidential Medal of…

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…in America. Ruth McBride was an immigrant Russian Jew who moved to America at age two. From her childhood in the South to her marriage to an African American in Brooklyn, The Color of Water is a remarkable story of a woman’s faith and endurance, and an enlightening look into the relationship…

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