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
- 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?
- Read Aloud-Chapter III of “The Case For Reparations.“
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:
- Organize your Cue Column
- Summarize Chapter III (Who-What-Where-When-Why-How)
- Be precise
- 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.