Presentation on theme: "1.Read to Self or Read to Other (How TV Affects Your Child-complete the graphic organizer on the back.) 2.Word Work (Spelling Connections p. 197 suffixes."— Presentation transcript:
1.Read to Self or Read to Other (How TV Affects Your Child-complete the graphic organizer on the back.) 2.Word Work (Spelling Connections p. 197 suffixes –ate, -ary, #1-10 and p. 198 suffix –ous #1-10) 3.Writing (Revise and rewrite either your letter to an author or your autobiographical paragraph.)
Which is true of todays article? A.It used order of importance so that the most important issue facing children today could be addressed. B.It used sequential order to show you the long term effects of TV on children. C.It used problem-solution to show you how parents are switching to other forms of entertainment for their children. D.It used cause and effect to show you how too much TV can harm children mentally and physically.
Critical Writing How does the organizational pattern of todays article create a mental image of the impact of TV on children?
1.Read to Self or Read to Other (How TV Affects Your Child Part 2-complete graphic organizer on the back as well as the Critical Writing. 2.Word Work (Context clues practice) 3.Writing (Finish writers conferences with teacher. Write a paragraph about one problem sixth graders next year may face. Suggest at least two solutions. Discuss the pros and cons of the solutions.)
Which of the following inferences can be made from todays article? A.Childrens advocates are divided when it comes to solutions to children viewing too much television. B.The two solutions presented are the best options for reducing the amount of TV viewed by kids. C.The V-chips technology has been around for over twenty years. D. Not all solutions are perfect. Sometimes they have an unintended effect, or they are not thorough enough for some parents.
Critical Writing Evaluate the effectiveness of each solution. Discuss its pros and cons. Why does the author present multiple solutions to the problem?