Presentation on theme: "Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Meaning of Words (Complex) 2.Supporting Details (Simple) 3.Supporting."— Presentation transcript:
Learning Intentions - Today, we will address these College Readiness Standards in Reading: 1.Meaning of Words (Complex) 2.Supporting Details (Simple) 3.Supporting Details (Complex) 4.Generalizations and Conclusions (Moderate) Success Criteria – I am successful if I… 1.Use Context Clues to Define a Word 2.Find Simple Supporting Detail 3.Find Complex Supporting Detail 4.Identify Conclusion Accurately 11 th Grade Reading CPW
- A Note from Mr. Miller - Be sure to write down your Success Criteria in your agenda BEFORE you see the questions! You have 4 Minutes to read the passage. You will have one minute to work on each question individually during the first look at each question. You will have 90 seconds to work as a group as you revisit each question.
#1In Paragraph 1, what is the best definition for the word “predicated”? A.To be expected B.To be predicted C.To be foreseen D.To be asserted 71% of RHS Juniors missed a question similar to this on the Fall Act test.
A. Beijing B. Athens C. London D. Milwaukee #2Which Olympic Games was Allyson Felix referring to in Paragraph 2? 73% of RHS Juniors missed a question similar to this on the Fall Act test. Pay attention and get the easy ones right!
A.Felix left her old coach Connolly. B.Felix’s training partner Tarmoh refused to participate in the runoff. C.The U.S. Track officials had no procedures to decide who would go to the Olympics in the case of a tie. D.Felix was running an event she had never tried before. #3What was the source of the “media controversy” in Paragraph 4? 68% of RHS Juniors missed a question similar to this on the Fall Act test.
A. An Olympic sprinter’s career doesn’t last very long. B. Losing at the Olympics helps you discover your true potential. C. Allyson Felix spent years working for 20 seconds of Olympic glory. D. A person’s life can change for better or worse in as little as 20 seconds. #4After taking note of the title and carefully reading Paragraph 5, what is most likely the main idea of this passage? 71% of RHS Juniors missed a question similar to this on the Fall Act test.
CPW 11 th Grade Reading OK, repeat the questions with your squad members. Discuss and argue with your group members about what the correct answers are. 90 seconds per question for Squad Mode. After the group answers, trade answer sheets and launch the Answers Video.