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Chapter 22. September 23, 2012 LG: I will be able to read and interpret an eyewitness account. Looking at Both Sides (p.567) Your Turn 1 Topic Advantages.

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3 September 23, 2012 LG: I will be able to read and interpret an eyewitness account. Looking at Both Sides (p.567) Your Turn 1 Topic Advantages Disadvantages

4 YOUR TURN 1: Understanding Classification  In your journal, brainstorm the pros and cons, or advantages and disadvantages, of being a seventh grader or of having an older/younger sibling.  Compare your responses with those of another student.

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9 Reading Questions Date: LG: I will be able to read and interpret an advantages/disadvantages piece. Advantages/Disadvantages (p ) “For Girls Only?” Reading Questions Responses to questions should be written as complete sentences in your journal. 1.The writer… 2.According to this article, being called on in the classroom is….. because… 1.How does the writer get your attention in the first few sentences? 2.According to this paragraph, is being called on in the classroom a good or bad thing? Why do you think so?

10 READING QUESTIONS CONTINUED… Advantages/disadvantages (p ) “For Girls Only?” Reading Questions be able to read and interpret aitnessunt. 1.The writer… 2.According to this article, being called on in the classroom is….. because… 3. This section is discussing…. I know this because 4.The words ______, _______, and ______ tell you that…. Eyewitness Account (p.503) Sentences about event should be written here. “Hopi Snake Ceremonies” Reading Questions 1.This story will be about… 3. Is this section discussing advantages or disadvantages? How do you know? 4. What word(s) tell you that this paragraph discusses the disadvantages of single-sex education?

11 READING QUESTION 3 September 23, 2011 Advantages/Disadvantages (p ) “For Girls Only?” Reading Questions 1.The writer… 2.According to this article, being called on in the classroom is….. because… 3. This section is discussing…. I know this because 4.The words ______, _______, and ______ tell you that…. 5.NYCLU would (not) object to….because… 6.Boys and girls are (not) treated differently. I know this because… “For Girls Only” Think as a Reader/Writer 5. Would the NYCLU object if New York City opened a separate all-boys school? Why or why not? 6. Based on this paragraph and on what you know, are boys and girls treated differently in the classroom? Explain your answer.

12 THINK AS A READER/ WRITER: FIRST THOUGHTS 1.Is the order in which the author discusses the advantages and disadvantages in this article clear? Why or why not? 2.Now that you have read the article, what is your final decision about all- girls schools? How did you arrive at this decision?

13 THINK AS A READER/ WRITER: FIRST THOUGHTS September 23, 2011 Advantages/Disadvantages (p ) “For Girls Only?” Reading Questions 1.The writer… 2.According to this article, being called on in the classroom is….. because… 3. This section is discussing…. I know this because 4.The words ______, _______, and ______ tell you that…. 5.NYCLU would (not) object to….because… 6.Boys and girls are (not) treated differently. I know this because… “For Girls Only” Think as a Reader/Writer 1. The order in this article…. 2. My final decision about …… I arrived at this decision because…

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17 Eyewitness Account (p.503) Your Turn 1 Sentences about event should be written here. “For Girls Only” Think as a Reader/Writer 1. The order in this article…. 2. My final decision about …… I arrived at this decision because… Date LG: I will be able to identify advantages and disadvantages.piec Mapping the Advantages and Disadvantages (p.573) Your Turn 2 (Create fishbone organizer below.)

18 YOUR TURN 2: Mapping the Advantages and Disadvantages In your English notebook, draw a fishbone organizer like the one on p Fill in the advantages and disadvantages discussed in “For Girls Only?” If you have trouble locating advantages and disadvantages, look for clue words such as those on page 572.

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22 YOUR TURN 3: Making Inferences: Drawing Conclusions  Working in pairs, use the steps in the Thinking It Through to answer the following questions about “or Girls Only?”  For each question, explain what led you to your conclusion. Read paragraphs 15 and 16 on page 571. What type of school would help a student become a better leader? Read paragraph 18 on page 571. Is Melique for or against focusing on schoolwork during the day?

23 Date LG: I will be able to identify advantages and disadvantages.piec Mapping the Advantages and Disadvantages (p.573) Your Turn 2 (Create fishbone organizer below.) Date: LG: I will be able to make inferences and draw conclusions. Making Inferences: Drawing Conclusions (p.574) Your Turn 3 1.A student would become a better leader at a school where… 2.Based on paragraph 18, Melique is …

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27 1.A student would become a better leader at a school where… 2.Based on paragraph 18, Melique is … Date: LG: I will be able to write the connotations and denotations of words. Understanding Denotation and Connotation (575) (Copy and complete the following chart.) WordDenotationConnotation Respectful Second- class Empower Thrive Focused

28 Understanding Denotation and Connotation  Use the thinking It Through steps to figure out the denotations and connotations of these words from “For girls only?”  Each word has been underlined in the article  Place your answers in your journal.

29 Denotation and Connotation WordDenotationConnotation RespectfulShowing high regard or esteem for something Correct behavior and decency (positive) Second-classBelow the best, of an inferior status People without rights, sexism, racism (negative) EmpowerTo give authority or power to someone Gaining strength, courage, self-esteem (positive) ThriveTo flourishGrowing in a healthy way (positive) FocusedPaying close attention to something Someone concentrating on something without distractions (positive)

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34 Writing an Advantages/ Disadvantages Essay  In your English notebook, silently write about an advantages/ disadvantages topic. Write continuously. Use the prompts below if necessary. Refer to packet if needed. Discuss the pros and cons of bringing your lunch to school. What are the good and bad things about being on a sports team? Explain the advantages and disadvantages of living in a large or small town. Explain the pros and cons of being the oldest, youngest, middle, or only child in your family. Write about the good and bad things about doing volunteer work after school.  DON’T STOP WRITING UNTIL I TELL YOU TIME IS UP.

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39 Complete YOUR TURN 4: Evaluating Possible Topics and Considering Your Audience in packet.

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41 Complete YOUR TURN 5: Listing Your Advantages and Disadvantages in packet.

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45 Complete YOUR TURN 6: Choosing the Advantages and Disadvantages in packet.

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49 Complete YOUR TURN 7 : Organizing Your Essay in packet.

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51 Advantages/Disadvantages Examples  Writer’s Model Writer’s Model

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53 Complete YOUR TURN 8 : Drafting Your Advantages/Disadvantages Essay utilizing a Partyfold.

54 Introduction Advantages/Disadvantages What title will you give your essay that creatively and accurately reflects the topic. Remember: The title is NOT the topic! How will you grab your reader’s attention? Your thesis statement must contain the following items. Topic: How will you state your topic? Purpose: How will you inform readers that you plan to discuss advantages and disadvantages?

55 Attention Grabbing Techniques Current Event Incident Startling Fact Startling Statement Unusual Opinion Historical Event Series of Analogies Division of Topic Strong Opinion Anecdote Quotation Description of Something Familiar Example Describe a Compelling Scene Contradiction Promise of Benefit Brief Narrative Memorable Sensory Detail

56 Attention Grabbing Techniques  Unusual Opinion: School should be in session twelve months a year.  Quotation: “To be great is to be misunderstood” (Ralph Waldo Emerson).  Description of Something Familiar: It is Saturday morning, and you have slept well past your early, school-day alarm. A friend calls and suggests meeting at the batting cages in North Park. On the way there, you stop at Tomato Pie for a late breakfast.  Describe a Compelling Scene: As muddy flood water raged and swelled, desperate people could be seen perched on roof tops desperately yelling and signaling for help. Rain pelted them; wind whipped at their soaked clothing.  Contradiction: Parents and other caregivers are not the most important role models in their children’s lives.  Memorable Sensory Detail: The stringent sting of smoke sliced into the once untainted air of my living room.  Rhetorical Question: What is ethical behavior? Who gets to decide what is right and what is wrong?

57 Body Advantages/Disadvantages For each paragraph, be sure to Clearly state and explain the advantage or disadvantage Support the advantage or disadvantage with a fact, expert opinion, or anecdote Elaborate by extending you support with examples. Remember each paragraph should have a MINIMUM of FIVE sentences: (1) state advantage or disadvantage, (2) support, (3-4) explain example, (5) closing or bridge Include a minimum of three body paragraphs, some combination of 2:1

58 Transitions  Transitional words or phrases are used throughout paragraphs to connect ideas and tell how they are related. On your draft… Add at least four transition words.

59 Conclusion Advantages/Disadvantages Pick a strong advantage and a strong disadvantage from the body of your paper. Restate both in a way that allows your reader to draw his/her own conclusion. DO NOT include YOUR opinion. Remember: Link (don’t repeat) your closing sentence to your attention grabber.

60 Using your partyfold, type a Rough Draft on Google Docs:

61 Assignment: Complete a draft of your advantage/disadvantage writing piece on Google Docs. Use your graphic organizer, notes on advantages/disadvantages, and textbook pages as resources. Include your heading and title. Skip lines (double space) for your entire draft. Your draft should be a minimum of five paragraphs long, including an introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Due date: Type on Google Docs : Joseph Smith September 30, 2011 English / Period 2 Eyewitness Account – Draft (Begin introduction here ………) X

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66 Complete Your Turn 9: Revising: for Content and Organization in packet.

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70 Complete Your Turn 9: Revising: for Style in packet.

71 Partner evaluation  Find your partner and choose a spot where you can work together comfortably and quietly.  Use the ‘First Draft Checklist’ to make sure your partner has fulfilled all of the requirements of the advantage/disadvantage thus far.  Make any additional comments or notes on your partner’s draft. Your comments should be constructive!

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75 Proofread with Partner Share your revised draft with two classmates. Read aloud your classmate’s draft; make sure you hear yourself speak. Highlight problem areas. Offer suggestions/comments for corrections on his/her draft.

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78 Complete Final Draft in Google Docs. Fix all proofreading mistakes. Return to single line space. Highlight each advantage and disadvantage. Under the fact, anecdote, or expert opinion that supports your advantage or disadvantage in each paragraph. As a last step, share with teacher.


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