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Who is My Brother? Student Text 8th Grade…

Who is My Brother? Student Text 8th Grade Level 14

by Review and Herald Publishing

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Level 14 (Grade 8) Unit 1, "A Generation Away," contains eleven selections of prose and poetry that revolve around or extend from a theme of family interactions, of family love, learning, and understanding. The second unit, "Water, Wood, and Wildlife," consists of selections that take the reader into the power, the beauty, and the challenge of the natural world. Unit 3, "View of Our Continent," takes the reader on a tour for a flavor of the people and the energy that have contributed to, and still characterize, this continent. The fourth unit, "Stolen gallery," provides an introduction to the storyteller's art. Fear, courage, and desperate actions make up Unit 5, "The Faces of Danger." The final unit, "Moments," presents various situation in people's lives when they achieve a milestone-the kinds of milestones possible and the ways the characters recognize and grow from their experiences. The text concludes with a book-length selection, Yellow Leaf, by Mary Joyce Capps. It is the story of an Indian girl's search for her family. The relationships in the story are complex, and the interactions of the characters add much to the story.

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