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Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Main Idea and Authors Intent 2.Sequential Relationships 3.Supporting Details 4.Main Idea and Authors Intent Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Identify the main idea. 2.Understand an important sequence. 3.Identify an important detail. 4.Recognize the authors intent. 10 th Grade Reading CPW
10 th Grade Notes Take 5 minutes to carefully read the entire passage. If you see a word you dont understand, keep reading and use context clues to guess the words meaning. There will be 4 questions this week. You will have 2 minutes to work on each question individually. You will have 1 minute to work on each question as a group.
#1 – The main idea of the first paragraph is that the Little Ice Age: A.was a period defined by prolonged global cooling. B.occurred during the era of Cro-Magnon mammoth hunters. C.was marked by frequent and short-term climate shifts. D.resulted from interactions between the atmosphere and ocean.
#2 – According to this author, when was the earliest time of purposeful, man-made climate recording? A.1315 B.18 th Century C.1888 D.1999
#3 – According to lines 55-75, which of the following statements is NOT valid. A.Environmental determinism is not a respected historical explanation. B.Climate largely determined the quantity of crop yields. C.Climactic changes did not lead to the toppling of governments. D.Climate change is something can easily be disregarded.
#4 – What point is the author trying to make in this passage? A.Studying the past reveals many unique and powerful weather events. B.Climate was a powerful factor in historical events. C.Current debates over the importance of climate on history are important. D.New studies are revealing that climate changes in Europe were more powerful than previously thought.
CPW 10 th Grade Reading OK, repeat the questions with your squad members. Discuss and argue with your group members about what the correct answers are. 1 minute per question for Squad Mode. After the group answers, trade answer sheets and launch the Answers Video.