Who is this man? What does he do?
- I can identify evidence to analyze the text and draw inferences. (R1)
- I can summarize how the ideas, themes, or conclusions of a text are developed and connected.
- I can determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text.
Mini-Lesson- Look at the following picture. What does it tell us? Summarize review-
Remember: A few things to remember when summarizing.
- Do not rewrite the original piece.
- Keep your summary short.
- Use your own wording.
- Refer to the central and main ideas of the original piece.
- Read with who, what, when, where, why and how questions in mind.
- Do not put in your opinion of the issue or topic discussed in the original piece. Often, instructors ask students to put their opinions in a paragraph separate from the summary.
Independent Practice- Quiz
- Review the info-graphic
- Send me and Ms. Stineman and e-mail @ firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Things to do:
- Last Week’s Quiz- Class Agenda #11
- Yesterday’s Vocabulary
- Reaction Papers
Round 1- The skill you’re using is called Skimming. (THIS SHOULD BE COMPLETED)
Find at least 10 words that are new to you, or that are impressive to you:
- Copy the word in your notebook.
- Identify the root word, if applicable. Define in the word. Write if it’s a Noun, Verb, Adjective, etc…
- Evaluate how the word is being used. What is the context?
- Word- Simultaneously – root- Simultaneous
- Definition- to do at the same time.
- Context- the story talks about two possible reasons for the demonstrations, and that it’s possible for both to be the reason at the same time.
Round 2- Skill you’re using is close reading (SHOULD BE STARTED IN CLASS ON TUESDAY)
- Set up Cornell Notes for each of the readings.
- As you read, fill in your Cornell Notes.
- You should summarize at the end of each break in your reading.
Exit Ticket- Make sure your work is shared with Mr. B