Presentation on theme: "SQUADS #2 Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Supporting Details 20-23. 2.Supporting Details 24-27."— Presentation transcript:
SQUADS #2 Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Supporting Details 20-23. 2.Supporting Details 24-27. 3.Supporting Details 28-32. 4.Main Idea, Authors Intent 24-27. 9 th Grade Reading CPW Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Find the supporting details 2.Find the supporting details 3.Find the supporting details 4.Show understanding of the authors intent.
Please Note You have 4 Minutes to read your passage. You will have one minute to work on each question individually. You will have 90 seconds to work as a group and write your rationales for each answer.
A. He missed out on the birthday party. B. The party wasnt very fun. C. Jennifer was spending time with Tim. D. Jennifer didnt want to talk to Andy. #1Why was Andy upset?
#2How did Andys father know he was upset? A.Andy felt sick. B.Andy had turned around in his seat and his father noticed him looking at the couple. C.He knew that Andy didnt like xoi. D.Andys father knew that Andy wanted to go to the birthday party.
A.The xoi was bitter so he forgot to feel bitter. B.The words and laughter of the couple reminded him of the good taste of the xoi. C.It took his mind off of his feelings. D.He realized that the words and laughter of the couple were unimportant. #3How did eating the xoi help Andy?
A. The author wanted to provide a setting for the characters to interact. B. The author wanted to provide a context for discussing the theme of disappointment. C. The author wanted to help people understand the complex flavor of xoi. D. The author wanted to help readers identify with Andys loss. #4Why did the author use the setting of a restaurant to explore disappointment and loss?
CPW 9 th Grade Reading OK, repeat the questions with your squad members. Discuss and argue about the answers. Your brain is like a muscle. Use it! 2 minutes per question for Squad Mode. After the rationale writing is done, launch the Answers video.
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