Presentation on theme: "By Don Abramson and Robert Kausal"— Presentation transcript:
1By Don Abramson and Robert Kausal Scene TwoBy Don Abramson and Robert Kausal
2SummaryMs. Keeler’s students are working on a skit for the Founder’s Day talent show. Kerry and Mitch can’t agree on the scenes should be written and they argue. The other students step in to help solve the problem. The group cooperates and a skit gets written.
3Study Skills Genre: Drama / Plays Comprehension Skill: Draw ConclusionsComprehension Strategy: QuestioningComprehension Review Skill: Cause and EffectVocabulary: Affixes: Prefixes and Word Structure
4Genre: Drama/PlaysDrama/plays are stories written in such a way that it can be acted out for an audience. It is usually structured into acts and scenes. An act is a large division in the action of a play and a scene is a smaller division of action within an act.
5Comprehension Skill Draw Conclusions Drawing conclusions means making decisions, judgments or inferences about what we read.If I were in the school cafeteria and I could smell bread, tomatoes, and cheese, what conclusion might I draw?The school is serving pizza for lunch.
6Comprehension Strategy: Questioning Active readers ask and answer questions before, during and after reading. When you ask a literal question, the answer can be found in the text.An interpretive question is answered by using other information in the text to figure out an answer on your own.An evaluative question is answered by making a judgment. You will go beyond the text to answer the questions.
7Comprehension Review: Cause and effect An effect is something that happens.A cause explains why it happens.Writing may include clue words such as because, in order to, so, and as a result to link causes and effects.If these words are missing, readers need to think about cause-and-effect relationships on their own.