Presentation on theme: "1. Read text 1 2. Annotate text 1 for - Title / author / publication - Author’s Purpose (A.P.) - Audience (Aud.) - Main Idea (M.I.) - Supporting Details."— Presentation transcript:
1. Read text 1 2. Annotate text 1 for - Title / author / publication - Author’s Purpose (A.P.) - Audience (Aud.) - Main Idea (M.I.) - Supporting Details (S.D. – these are almost ALWAYS also CRAFT!!!) - Craft (fact, historical information, personal exp, diction, imagery, etc…) 3. Answer Multiple Choice Questions for text 1 4. Fill out the “Summarize all the elements” chart on text 1 5. Repeat for text 2
Facts Statistics Personal experience Logical order of ideas Persuasive language Argument Historical info Call to Action Rhyme Repetition (repeating words/phrases) Syntax (word order) Diction (word choice) Imagery / Figurative lang. (vivid wording) Symbolism Metaphors & Similes Characterization Conflict Rising action Turning Point Resolution Irony (what happens is not what you expected)
Rights for Domestic Workers Main Idea Author’s Purpose Diction (word choice) Persuasion Argument Historical info Call to Action Fact Logical order of ideas No Speak English Main Idea Author’s Purpose Diction (word choice) Imagery (vivid wording) Repetition (repeated words or phrases) Symbolism Metaphors & Similes Characterization Conflict Rising action Turning Point What did you annotate?
Annotation Credit Underline the important word/s write a label by those words M.I. A.P. Cr – Fact Cr – Hist Info Cr – Pers Exp Cr – Imag. Cr – Dict. Cr – Persuas.
4 – Adv All & Accurate MI Auth Purp CR – Pers Exp CR – Fact CR -- Persuas 3.5 – Strong Prof Both & Accurate MI Auth Purp At least 2 accurately (others attempted) CR – Pers Exp CR – Fact CR -- Persuas 3 – Proficient Both & Accurate MI Auth Purp At least 2 accurately CR – Pers Exp CR – Fact CR -- Persuas 2.5 – High PP At least 1 is accurate MI Auth Purp At least 1 done well, attempt at other/s CR – Pers Exp CR – Fact CR -- Persuas 2 – PP At least 1 is accurate MI Auth Purp At least 1 is accurate CR – Pers Exp CR – Fact CR -- Persuas Scoring Annotations
If you finish early… Double check work for accuracy NAME and PER on front page Quietly come to front table to check current grade Make up Statement of Intent on Heritage Project if missing – Turn in before end of class Add root word entries to the back of your comp book – any root word you missed on the PreAssessment
Answers to Multiple Choice No Speak English 1.B 2.D 3.A 4.A 5.B Rights for Domestic Workers 1.B 2.C 3.A 4.A or B 5.D
Rights for Domestic Workers No Speak English domestic workers should be given same rights Main Idea immigrants can find it hard to adjust to a new culture persuade U.S. to give domestic workers more rights Author’s Purpose show how hard it is for immigrants to adjust U.S.Audience everyone Facts Logical order of ideas Persuasive Argument Historical info Call to Action Appeal to Emotion Diction Craft Circle all that apply Repetition Diction (word choice) Imagery Metaphors & Similes Symbolism Characteriza tion Conflict Rising action Turning Point
August 9, 2012 NY Times.com Rights for Domestic Workers The California Legislature is considering a bill to extend basic labor rights to domestic workers: the nannies, cooks, baby sitters and other caregivers whose labor allows households to function smoothly, thus contributing to the larger economy. Domestic workers toil long hours for low pay, but have long been excluded from many of the fundamental protections most other workers enjoy under federal labor law. The California bill, A.B. 889, which passed the Assembly and is being debated this month in the State Senate, seeks to close that gap. It would entitle workers to overtime pay, ease eligibility requirements for workers’ compensation and give them time for meals and rest breaks. It would also add some protections specific to domestic labor, like giving live-in employees the right to eight hours of sleep and domestic workers the right to use employers’ kitchens to cook their own food. The bill is inspired by legislation passed in 2010 in New York State after a campaign by domestic workers to shed light on the abuses that are rampant in their unregulated industry. These workers, most of them immigrant women, toil behind closed doors in private homes, often suffering in silence. The nature of their jobs makes it hard for them to organize and be noticed, much less win the protections they deserve. Domestic workers are among a wider category of low-wage workers who are denied many basic protections under federal wage-and-hour laws. Efforts to protect other excluded employees, like home care workers and farm workers, have failed in the courts and stalled in Congress. We hope California and other states will be willing to do what the federal government has not — which is to set basic standards to guarantee domestic workers decent working conditions and pay.