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  • John Marshall High School
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households

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My students will be writing an explanatory essay on Malala Yousafzai in which they discuss why Yousafzai’s message and her story are so compelling. As a class, we will analyze Yousafzai’s 2013 speech at the United Nations and watch interviews with Yousafzai. Through Yousafzai’s speech, students will learn about the concept of an author’s purpose and the use of rhetorical devices including anecdote, proverb, and example. Through interviews with Yousafzai, students will study media vocabulary terms that will be useful as they analyze, discuss, and write about newscasts. My students need books at their independent reading level in order to build their confidence as readers. To deepen students’ understanding of Yousafzai’s story, students will independently read an accessible version of I Am Malala and share their questions, summaries, and clarifications in small groups. My students selected Yousafzai as a figure they wanted to know more about when we were previewing our new 10th grade English books. I want to capitalize on the students’ interest in Yousafzai in order to increase their exposure to inspiring role models and build essential reading and writing skills. As Yousafzai said in her speech at the United Nations, "One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world."

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My students will be writing an explanatory essay on Malala Yousafzai in which they discuss why Yousafzai’s message and her story are so compelling. As a class, we will analyze Yousafzai’s 2013 speech at the United Nations and watch interviews with Yousafzai. Through Yousafzai’s speech, students will learn about the concept of an author’s purpose and the use of rhetorical devices including anecdote, proverb, and example. Through interviews with Yousafzai, students will study media vocabulary terms that will be useful as they analyze, discuss, and write about newscasts. My students need books at their independent reading level in order to build their confidence as readers. To deepen students’ understanding of Yousafzai’s story, students will independently read an accessible version of I Am Malala and share their questions, summaries, and clarifications in small groups. My students selected Yousafzai as a figure they wanted to know more about when we were previewing our new 10th grade English books. I want to capitalize on the students’ interest in Yousafzai in order to increase their exposure to inspiring role models and build essential reading and writing skills. As Yousafzai said in her speech at the United Nations, "One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world."

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