Class Agenda #39 – Is Mr. S a viable suspect?

Opener – Based on our reading from yesterday, do you feel that Mr. S could be a viable murder suspect?

  • Get out your NOTEBOOK (Can Be Digital) 
  • 8 (Min) Write- Elaborate- Based on our reading from yesterday, do you feel that Mr. S could be a viable murder suspect?
    • Where in the text are you getting your argument from? (Quote, Page #)
  • #143 “Purple Rain” Prince (1984 – 8:42) 
    • Final Word Protocol-
      • Round 1- Based on what we’ve read so far in “Leakin Park” what is the best evidence for Mr. S to be considered a viable murder suspect? (Point to it in the text)
      • Round 2-Based on what we’ve read so far in “Leakin Park” what is the best evidence for Mr. S not to be considered a viable murder suspect? (point to it in the text)

 

  • Mini-Lesson
    • SLT- I can identify evidence in Episode #3 of Serial “Leakin Park” and evaluate its importance.
  • We’ve been focused on Evaluating the personal evidence concerning Adnan.
  • Today we begin focusing the circumstantial evidence in the case.
  • What does “circumstantial” mean?

Read Aloud- Serial Podcast Episode #3 “Leakin Park”

  • CFU#1- WHOLE CLASS then Stop and Jot
    • Evaluate the Evidence against Mr. S. – CEATE A T CHART
      • Why was Mr. S considered a prime suspect.
      • Why did the case against Mr. S not stick?
    • CFU #2 Write Long!
      • Based on the Evidence raised in “Leakin Park”:
        • How did the case for Adnan’s guilt get strengthened?
        • How did the case for Adnan’s innocence get strengthened?

 Exit Ticket- Self Reflect- How comfortable are you evaluating evidence to identify counter claims?

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 #39 – Is Mr. S a viable suspect?

  1. Rosalva Rivera

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