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October 1, 2013 - Springboard 1.7 Memory Map H omework: Finish drawing and coloring your memory map. Objective: Students will sequence details in a narrative.

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1 October 1, Springboard 1.7 Memory Map H omework: Finish drawing and coloring your memory map. Objective: Students will sequence details in a narrative and write dialogue and commentary about a personal incident relating to change Warm Up (in your composition book) D ate your notes, write down the objective Make a word map for the word incident

2 Word Map What the word means A picture Word Example Word in context incident

3 Word Map What the word means A picture Word Example Word in context incident a distinct piece of action, such as an episode in a story or a play

4 Word Map What the word means A picture Word Example Word in context incident a distinct piece of action, such as an episode in a story or a play The incident that we watched from The Lion King was when Simba and Nala get chased by the hyenas through the elephant graveyard

5 Now you will create a memory map relating to an incident that happened that resulted in some kind of change in your life.

6 Step 1: Lo ok through the incidents that you have already mentioned throughout unit 1 or think of the top best / worst experiences of your life.

7 Step 2: Ch oose one memorable incident that you would be willing to share as a visual memory map. Sp encer going to his first day of kindergarten

8 Step 3: Co me up with at least 3 events for EACH of the following... Beginning Middle End

9 Beginning: We submitted his application for the lottery He got into the lottery and was accepted into school We went shopping for all of the materials he needed and bought uniforms

10 Middle: Th at morning we got him ready for school I cried all the way to school Spencer went off to his first day of kindergarten

11 End: Sp encer got home and we all talked about his day at the dinner table Spencer told us that he really liked his teacher and that he had a great day We were happy that everything went well and a lot less stressed about him going to kindergarten!

12 Step 4: Fi ll in sensory details and dialogue for the beginning, middle and end.

13 February swung by Socrates and got application. Filled it out and dropped it back off along with all of Spencer's medical records. "You are not going to believe this - he actually got in!" "My teacher is really nice and Sammy is my class!"

14 Step 5: Fo ld your paper so that you have 8 panels (basically 3 folds)

15 Catchy title Name Block Sentence detailing event Commentary explaining importance/ emotions Dialogue for the scene

16 Catchy title Name Block I went by Socrates and got an application I didn't think he would really get in since there are 400 applications and only 40 slots available Spencer got accepted I was nervous because we hadn't actually planned on him getting in We went shopping for all of his supplies I couldn't believe how much money all his school supplies cost!

17 Homework: Completed memory map due Thursday. Must be colorful and neatly written with all of the required elements.


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