Presentation on theme: "Learning Targets (Objectives) 8/27/14 I can cite text based evidence that provides the strongest support for an analysis of literary text. – I can support."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Targets (Objectives) 8/27/14 I can cite text based evidence that provides the strongest support for an analysis of literary text. – I can support my inferences with evidence from text. I can effectively engage in discussions with diverse partners about eighth-grade topics, texts, and issues.
Agenda 1.Review Learning Targets 2.Binder organization 3.Vocabulary notes and discussion 4.Gallery Walk/I Notice, I Wonder Chart (p. 1) 5.Mix and Mingle 6.Closing – Ticket out 7.HW – 8A: student inventory
Binder Organization 5 sections – Each of the first 4 tabs is for Module Handouts/pages (M1, M2, M3, M4) – Each tab has its own “Table of Contents” Can be done on the tab or on loose leaf/printer paper Must have a Table of Contents and keep it updated – see wall chart. Do not over stuff your binder We will do a partial clean out after each module – 5 th tab is for extra loose leaf and spiral notebook – Spiral notebook is for notes, study guides, journal entries, free writes, independent reading reflections
Vocabulary: notes in spiral notebook to infer (v.); inference (n.) – Using background knowledge and textual evidence to make an 'educated guess' or draw a logical conclusion textual evidence (n.) – words, lines, phrases, or sentences (quotes) pulled from the text in exact wording to cite (v.); citation (n.) – stating where textual evidence or key ideas are found in the text
Gallery Walk Protocol 1.Several pictures posted around the room 2.Silently – you will have 1 minute at a picture to record in your chart 1.I notice = evidence you see in the photo 2.I wonder = “wonder statements” brought about by the evidence viewed 3.You may not be able to see every picture, that is OK 4.You will have a 10 second silent transition between photos 5.Record valuable information using note taking strategies 6.Debrief & discuss
Mix and Mingle Protocol 1.Article: “Panic Rises in Saigon but the Exits Are Few” 2.2 sentence strips per student 3.Quietly walk around the room finding students that have different information than you 4.Create groups of 3 or 4 5.Part 2 1.Arrange strips in the “logical order” you think they appear in the full article 2.Inference feedback
Ticket Out On an index card, describe what you believe to be the most interesting photograph from the Gallery Walk today. – Be sure to cite the photograph.