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Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Main Idea and Author’s Intent 2.Sequential Relationships 3.Supporting Details 4.Main Idea and Author’s Intent Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Identify the main idea. 2.Understand an important sequence. 3.Identify an important detail. 4.Recognize the author’s intent. 10 th Grade Reading CPW
10 th Grade Notes Take 7 minutes to carefully read the entire passage. If you see a word you don’t understand, keep reading and use context clues to guess the word’s meaning. There will be 4 questions this week. You will have 2 minutes to work on each question individually. You will have 1 minute to work on each question as a group.
#1 – After reading paragraphs 1-4, what do we know about Mercedes? A – Mercedes doesn’t understand how to operate a dog sled. B – Mercedes is angry with Hal for whipping the dogs. C – Mercedes is abusing the dogs. D – Mercedes is preventing the dogs from pulling the sled.
#2 – In paragraph 5, how does Buck take revenge on Hal? A – He bites Hal in the leg. B – He causes the sled to overturn. C – He refuses to listen to Hal. D – He trips Hal, causing him to fall.
#3 – According to paragraph 8, what is Buck’s newest problem? A – The new dogs won’t follow his lead. B – He has to control a team of 14 dogs on a long journey. C – The new dogs are eating too much food. D – He can’t help the new dogs learn how to pull the sled.
#4 – How does the author use paragraph 9 to foreshadow future events? A – The author explains that the dogs are exhausted. B – The author explains why a sled pulled by 14 dogs is a bad idea. C – The author portrays the humans as being unrealistically confident. D – The author explains how impossible it is to travel to Dawson.
CPW 10 th Grade Reading OK, repeat the questions with your squad members. Discuss and argue with your group members about what the correct answers are. 1 minute per question for Squad Mode. After the group answers, trade answer sheets and launch the Answers Video.