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Human minds are made for stories. Putting their literary minds to work, Analytical Reading and Writing students investigate the plot, character, and arguments in model work and STEM news. As they critically examine the element of craft, they experience the narrative significance of an argument. Students experiment with various writing techniques before they purposefully select a particular form to convey their innovate ideas. With each draft, they unearth new discoveries about their world and themselves. These discoveries are blooming with insights! Students are applying these insights to a variety of real-world, creative, and STEM communication purposes. The human stories of Analytical Reading and Writing illustrate that TEAMS students are learning how to use a powerful combination of images and sound writing to make their readers acknowledge that their innovative ideas matter.