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Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Main Ideas, Authors Intent Sequence, Comparative, and Cause-Effect Relationships Sequence, Comparative, and Cause-Effect Relationships Main Idea, Authors Intent Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Identify the authors intent 2.Show understanding of the cause-effect relationship 3.Show understanding of the comparative relationship 4.Identify the main idea 11 th Grade Reading CPW
Please Note You have 5 Minutes to read your passage. You will have one minute to work on each question individually. You will have two minutes to work as a group.
#1What was the author trying to communicate with paragraph one? A.The author is able to observe Eugene very closely. B.The author enjoys spying on people. C.The old man and old woman would often argue. D.The author wishes she could live at the house instead of at the El Building.
A. She was afraid to talk to him because she was being dishonest. B. They both enjoyed reading books. C. She had been spending a lot of time learning about Eugenes family before they met. D. She knew that Eugene thought poorly of people who lived in the El Building. #2Why was the author nervous about speaking to Eugene for the first time?
A.The author planned on moving away from El Building to a house like Eugenes. B.The author planned on going to college and becoming a teacher. C.Both relationships were built on fairy tales. D.Both relationships were built on incomplete understandings about reality. #3How was the authors relationship with Eugene before she met him similar to her parents relationship with Puerto Rico?
A. Fairy tales are nothing more than delusions of grandeur. B. Its easy to make friends with people who share your interests. C. Watching people without their knowledge is a good way to learn about others. D. Reality is more interesting than projected ideas. #4What is the main idea of this passage?
CPW 11 th Grade Reading OK, repeat the questions with your squad members. Discuss and argue with your group members about what the correct answers are. 90 seconds per question for Squad Mode. After the rationale writing is done, launch the Answers video.