Making Meaning Unit 6

By Kim Malcolm 01 Mar 13:46
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What kind of person is Richard? What in the story makes you think that? W1, D1Richard is __________ because in the story he __________.
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What do you admire about Richard? What can we learn from his life?One thing I admire is __________________________.
We can learn _________________ because in the story ________________________.
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W1, D2"As long as he kept his head down, as long as he began every sentence with 'sir', Richard was safe."
"I want to read books. I want to use the library, but I can't get a card,' Richard said, hoping Jim would not laugh in his face."
"After work, Richard walked through the crowded streets to the library. He felt as if he were on a train to Chicago, as if he were traveling north already."
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"As long as he kept his head down, as long as he began every sentence with 'sir', Richard was safe."I can infer that Richards feels ________________ because ____________.
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"I want to read books. I want to use the library, but I can't get a card,' Richard said, hoping Jim would not laugh in his face."I can infer that Richards feels ________________ because ____________.
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"After work, Richard walked through the crowded streets to the library. He felt as if he were on a train to Chicago, as if he were traveling north already."I can infer that Richards feels ________________ because ____________.
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How are the stories elements from these 2 stories similar (the same)? W1, D4Sentence Frames (choose 1)
Both stories ____________.
The setting in both stories is _______.
The plot of both deals with _______.
Theme in both stories is _______.
A way both stories are the same is _____.
Important Story Elements:
Characters
Setting
Plot
Theme
Problem & Solution
Conflict
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How are the stories elements from these 2 stories different (not the same)? W1, D4Sentence Frames (choose 1)
One way the stories are different is ____.
One way the plots are different is _____.
One way the characters are different is _____.
One way the themes are different is _____.
Important Story Elements:
Characters
Setting
Plot
Theme
Problem & Solution
Conflict
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What do you know about the beginning of the American Revolution?
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What did you learn about why the British lost the battle at Concord?
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What were some differences between the battles of Lexington and Concord?
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DirectionsRead the excerpt and underline words, phrases, or sentences that identify a cause for why the British lost the battle at Concord.
You will discuss what you underlined with your group, so be prepared to explain your thinking.
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Group DiscussionShared what you underlined with your group:
How does it explain why the British lost?
Do you agree or disagree with what someone underlined? Why?
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1. A you read, think about inferences you are making.
2. Reread the same pages and use the note tool to mark down your thoughts about places where you make an inference.
1. Si lees, piensa en las inferencias que estás haciendo.
2. Vuelva a leer las mismas páginas y utilice la herramienta de nota para anotar sus pensamientos acerca de los lugares en los que hace una inferencia.
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1. Now, complete your double-entry journal.
2. Write the words or sentences from the text where you make an inference on the "What I Read" side.
3. Describe what those words or sentences tell you on the "What I Inferred Side."
4. Be prepared to share your thoughts with your group.
1. Ahora, complete su diario de doble entrada.
2. Escriba las palabras o oraciones del texto en las que haga una inferencia en el lado "Lo que leí".
3. Describa lo que esas palabras o frases le dicen en el "Lo que yo Inferido lado".
4. Esté preparado para compartir sus pensamientos con su grupo.
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1. What did you learn about global warming and climate?

1.¿Qué aprendiste sobre el calentamiento global y el clima?
2. What did you learn about the greenhouse effect?

2 ¿Qué aprendiste sobre el efecto invernadero?
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How does the greenhouse effect help to cause global warming? ¿Cómo ayuda el efecto invernadero al calentamiento global?The greenhouse effect causes global warming by _______________.El efecto invernadero causa el calentamiento global por _______________.
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What human activities are causing much of the current warming of our planet?


Some human activities causing global warming are _____________.
¿Qué actividades humanas están causando gran parte del calentamiento actual de nuestro planeta?

Algunas actividades humanas que causan el calentamiento global son _____________.
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Group Brainstorm:

What did you learn about the causes of global warming?
Brainstorm del grupo:

¿Qué aprendiste acerca de las causas del calentamiento global?
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1. What did you learn about the effects of global warming on the Arctic?

2. What did you learn about the effects of global warming on glaciers and mountain snow covers?

3. What did you learn about the effects of global warming on coastal areas?
1. ¿Qué aprendiste acerca de los efectos del calentamiento global en el Ártico?

2. ¿Qué aprendiste sobre los efectos del calentamiento global en los glaciares y las cubiertas de nieve de las montañas?

3. ¿Qué aprendiste acerca de los efectos del calentamiento global en las zonas costeras?
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What changes are being triggered, or brought about, by global warming? What examples did you hear of that?

Sentence Frame:
Some changes triggered by global warming are ________ because the author states ________________.
Qué cambios están siendo provocados, o provocados, por el calentamiento global? ¿Qué ejemplos oíste de eso?

Marco de oraciones:
Algunos cambios provocados por el calentamiento global son ________ porque el autor declara ________________.
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Why does Seymour Simon say that human activities contribute to the increase in greenhouse gasses? ¿Por qué Seymour Simon dice que las actividades humanas contribuyen al aumento de los gases de efecto invernadero?1. Read the excerpt quietly to yourself.
2. Reread the excerpt, and underline sentences that help answer the question
3. On your double-entry journal, choose a part you underlined in the excerpt,
4. Write the words or sentences you underlined in the "What I Read" column, and write the inference you made in the "What I inferred" column
5. If you have time, repeat step 4 for another part you underlined.
1. Lea el fragmento en voz baja a sí mismo.
2. Releer el extracto, y subrayar frases que ayudan a responder a la pregunta
3. En su diario de doble entrada, elija una parte que subrayó en el extracto,
4. Escriba las palabras o oraciones que subrayó en la columna "Lo que leí" y escriba la inferencia que hizo en la columna "Lo que deduzco"
5. Si tiene tiempo, repita el paso 4 para otra parte que subrayó.
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Discuss With Your Group:
What did you write in your double-entry journal?
Do you agree or disagree with what someone shared? Why?
Discuta con su grupo:
¿Qué escribiste en tu diario de doble entrada?
¿Está usted de acuerdo o en desacuerdo con lo que alguien compartió? ¿Por qué?

Slides in Making Meaning Unit 6

Richard is __________ because in the story he __________.
One thing I admire is __________________________. We can learn _________________ because in the story ________________________.
"As long as he kept his head down, as long as he began every sentence with 'sir', Richard was safe." "I want to read books. I want to use the library, but I can't get a card,' Richard said, hoping Jim would not laugh in his face." "After work, Richard walked through the crowded streets to the library. He felt as if he were on a train to Chicago, as if he were traveling north already."
I can infer that Richards feels ________________ because ____________.
I can infer that Richards feels ________________ because ____________.
I can infer that Richards feels ________________ because ____________.
Sentence Frames (choose 1) Both stories ____________. The setting in both stories is _______. The plot of both deals with _______. Theme in both stories is _______. A way both stories are the same is _____.
Sentence Frames (choose 1) One way the stories are different is ____. One way the plots are different is _____. One way the characters are different is _____. One way the themes are different is _____.
Read the excerpt and underline words, phrases, or sentences that identify a cause for why the British lost the battle at Concord. You will discuss what you underlined with your group, so be prepared to explain your thinking.
Shared what you underlined with your group: How does it explain why the British lost? Do you agree or disagree with what someone underlined? Why?
1. A you read, think about inferences you are making. 2. Reread the same pages and use the note tool to mark down your thoughts about places where you make an inference.
1. Now, complete your double-entry journal. 2. Write the words or sentences from the text where you make an inference on the "What I Read" side. 3. Describe what those words or sentences tell you on the "What I Inferred Side." 4. Be prepared to share your thoughts with your group.
1. What did you learn about global warming and climate? 1.¿Qué aprendiste sobre el calentamiento global y el clima?
The greenhouse effect causes global warming by _______________.
What human activities are causing much of the current warming of our planet? Some human activities causing global warming are _____________.
Group Brainstorm: What did you learn about the causes of global warming?
1. What did you learn about the effects of global warming on the Arctic? 2. What did you learn about the effects of global warming on glaciers and mountain snow covers? 3. What did you learn about the effects of global warming on coastal areas?
What changes are being triggered, or brought about, by global warming? What examples did you hear of that? Sentence Frame: Some changes triggered by global warming are ________ because the author states ________________.
1. Read the excerpt quietly to yourself. 2. Reread the excerpt, and underline sentences that help answer the question 3. On your double-entry journal, choose a part you underlined in the excerpt, 4. Write the words or sentences you underlined in the "What I Read" column, and write the inference you made in the "What I inferred" column 5. If you have time, repeat step 4 for another part you underlined.
Discuss With Your Group: What did you write in your double-entry journal? Do you agree or disagree with what someone shared? Why?
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