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Icons of Depth and ComplexityStory title/subject: Student Name:
Big Idea What is the theme, or big idea of this story? Is there a lesson the author wants you to learn? What is the author’s purpose?
Details What are the important story details?
Rules Determine the genre of the story. What specific story elements helped you to determine the genre? Or what rules of behavior did the main character follow?
Patterns What patterns of behavior occur within the story? Or what story patterns do you see within this genre?
Language of the DisciplineWhat vocabulary words are unique to this story? What words are unique to this genre?
Multiple PerspectivesDescribe the main character from another character’s perspective.
Change Over Time Select a character and show how the character changed over time.
Ethics What ethical dilemmas occur within the story? Are there any events that could be perceived as good and bad?
Unanswered Questions At the end of the story, what questions do you still have, what do you think the answers would be, and why?
Your name: Title: Author : Genre: Change Over Time What message do you think the author wanted the reader to learn from reading this story? Details about.
Creating Socratic Questions: Using the GATE Icons
Differentiated Instruction using Dimensions of Depth
Elements of a Story By Students Name Title of Book Author of Book.
Elements of a Story There are many parts of a story. In this lesson we will discuss the various parts. There are many parts of a story. In this lesson.
The Beginning of Implementing GATE Strategies. O UR A GENDA : Understanding the basics of GATE teaching A GATE classroom What to do in the beginning:
AR Culminating Project By:. Vocabulary Connotation / Denotation – (example) – (explanation) Context Clues – (example) – (explanation) Etymology – (example)
Using reasons and evidence to support arguments
Technique=method of doing things Influence=persuade or convince
Plot, Character, Setting, Point of View& Theme
Elements of Fiction.
Comprehension Skill Lesson The Keeping Quilt Theme 2, Selection 1
Agenda and Homework On pgs , write today’s date. Copy the agenda: Finish Cornell Notes on SOAPSTone Handout SOAPSTone Chart – attach to pg.
Depth and Complexity An RUSD Best Practices GATE Tune-Up.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
FCAT READING REVIEW.
Rock On Questions to Think About WRITTEN BY WENDY MASS ART BY STEVE JAMES.
Differentiating the Curriculum Bloom’s Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain (Benjamin Bloom) Elements of Depth and Complexity (Sandra Hall Kaplan)
Genre: Nonfiction/Biography/Autobiography. Nonfiction Genre Factual information about any subject Usually consists of expository writing May contain the.
Sandra Kaplan’s Model. MathScience Foreign Language English Fine Arts Career Studies Social Studies Military Science Athletics Kaplan’s model can be used.
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