Presentation on theme: "Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these ACT College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Relationships 2.Supporting Details 3.Relationships 4.Central."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these ACT College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Relationships 2.Supporting Details 3.Relationships 4.Central Ideas, Themes, and Summaries Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Show understanding of Sequence and/or Relationships in a paragraph. 2.Show understanding of important details. 3.Show understanding of Sequence and/or Relationships in a paragraph. 4.Recognize themes and understand main ideas. 10 th Grade Reading CPW
10 th Grade Directions 5 Minutes of Careful Reading There will be 4 questions this week. You will have 1:30 to work on each question individually. You will have 40 seconds to work on each question as a group.
1. What can you learn about the narrator from paragraphs #1-3? (Apologies for the incorrect labels. This question is referring to the first five paragraphs.) A.The narrator is a boy. B.The narrator is from the city. C.The narrator has never visited this house before. D.The narrator is younger than Harris.
#2 What is the reason why Harris switches bunks? A. His intestines have the same characteristics as sheep intestines. B.He’s afraid his intestines will become unbalanced and cause him to lose his balance. C.He’s afraid of his intestines becoming unbalanced. D.He believes that sleeping while facing the window will help him survive a fire.
#3 What can be learned about the narrator in paragraph #8? A.The narrator is staying at this house for at least one year. B.The narrator’s parents cannot be trusted to care for him. C.The narrator has never been away from his parents. D.All of the above.
#4 After reading this entire passage, what can we say is true about the character of Harris? A.He is capable of highly mischievous behavior. B.He lacks a formal education. C.He does not care for the narrator. D.He is a serviceable carpenter.
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. 40 seconds per question during Group Work. After Group Work is complete, trade answer sheets and launch the Answer Video.Answer Video
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