Class Agenda #24C – Precise Language and Chapter III’s Case for Reparations

Opener – Can you think of an example of something you do or an ideology that you have, that is a’ la carte?

  • Laptops- Seats- Class Agenda- Notebook- Review Your Cue From Yesterday
  • 5 (Min) Write- Journal- Support your answer to the opening prompt with a mix of Context and Anecdote.
  • Regular Groups –
  • #299 “Tired of Being Alone” -Al Green (1971) Seats and Computers
  • #293 “Sign O The Times” – Prince (1987) Write
  • Share Out
  • Mini-Lesson
  • We’ve been focused on:
  •  *SLT– I can use Cornell Notes to effectively capture, evaluate and organize relevant information from a text.
  • NEW LEARNING TARGET ALERT!!
    • SLT II- I can use precise language in my claims, discussions and explanations.

Look at the leaning target- I can use precise language in my claims, discussions and explanations.

  • What are the Nouns and Verbs?
  • What are the Adjectives?

 

 

Discussion I- What does the author mean when he writes-“To proudly claim the veteran and disown the slaveholder is patriotism à la carte.”?

In your notebook- 2 Minutes- Underneath this Quote in your Cornell Notes- write down what you think this line means?

  • The goal is to be precise with your thoughts and articulations.

In your pairs or tirades Discuss:

  • Discuss the meaning. – Start by sharing what you wrote if you’re stuck.
  • What are 2 notes from Chapter III so far that support your answer?

Finish Chapter III-

Now that we’ve finished Chapter III,  work with your partners to:

  1. Organize your Cue Column
  2. Summarize Chapter III (Who-What-Where-When-Why-How)
  3. Be precise

Share Summaries-

  •  Closing Circle – Based on today- Can you make a case for reparations?.

Homework- Practice note taking by reading articles from the #validus. Work on Cornell Notes in your notebook.

Add the Summary at the end of your notes.

Bonus for the Brave- Summarize your article in the Comments section.

Be Precise in your language.

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1 thought on “Class Agenda #24C – Precise Language and Chapter III’s Case for Reparations

  1. Rosalva Rivera

    Title: “NYC Hospital Tests Doctor Who Had Been To West Africa for Ebola.”
    Summary- There are many diseases that have been developed over several years. Some diseases are known to be very dangerous and deadly, others are known to be just scary although they could be treated and not cause a lot of harm to the body. In the article “NYC Hospital Tests Doctor who had been to West Africa for Ebola.” a doctor who had returned from West Africa arrived to the United States. On Thursday, he was taken to the Bellevue Hospital Center and had been tested for Ebola. He had a fever and was also experiencing gastrointestinal symptoms. If the 33 year old doctor tests positive, he will be the fourth healthcare worker who was diagnosed with Ebola in the United States. It is mentioned that Ebola can be spread by touching the bodily fluids of an infected individual. It is not transmitted by just sitting next to a person who is infected with Ebola.

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