Connecting the Universal Refugee Experience of Fleeing and

Connecting the Universal Refugee Experience of Fleeing and

Connecting the Universal Refugee Experience of Fleeing and Finding Home to the Title of the Novel Inside Out & Back Again Todays objective I can make a claim about how the lives

of refugees turn inside out when they flee home and about how the lives of refugees turn back again as they find a new home, using the strongest evidence I have collected from both the novel and informational text. Engaging the Reader: Poetry Read Aloud (6 minutes) Listen

to me as I read aloud the poem Du Du Face (pages 219 and 220) from Inside Out & Back Again. Ask: What is the meaning of the poem Du Du Face? How can reading poetry aloud help you to understand it better? Think pair share Take

turns reading the poem and think about -- What was different about how each of you read the poem aloud? Think pair share What is the strongest evidence? What does that mean? What is a claim?

Read aloud Please look at the first body paragraph in the Model Essay: How Has Mother Is Turned Inside Out. Follow along as I read. Think about these questions: What do these notes in parentheses mean? Why are they there? What is the purpose? What order are they presented in?

Citing Books and Articles anchor chart: (Authors last name, page number) Think-Pair-Share: What does cited mean? When you cite something, what are you doing? Why do you cite the work of others? Please record this on your anchor chart: Cite the work of others to support your own claims to make them stronger and

more valid. Think pair share So how are the notes in parentheses in the essay and the list in the Works Cited section linked? How are the books and articles cited in the Works Cited section? In what order are the books and articles

cited? Please record this Record on the Citing Books and Articles anchor chart: Works Cited are listed in alphabetical order. Think pair share

What is the difference in how articles and books are cited? Please record Record on the Citing Books and Articles anchor chart: Books: Author name, titleitalicized

(place of publishing: publisher, year). Articles: Author name, title, the title of the magazine/journal it was published in italicized, date, pages on which it was published. Connecting the Idea of Fleeing and Finding Home with Inside Out in this lesson, you will focus on

gathering evidence and forming claims related to two questions. How do the lives of refugees turn inside out as they flee and find home? How do the lives of refugees turn back again as they find a new home? Think pair share Think-Pair-Share: What is this first body paragraph of the

model about? What are the main ideas the writer is trying to communicate? What evidence has the writer used to support her claims? Handout: Forming EvidenceBased Claims graphic organizer Move into your 1-4 groups and make a pairs. Think-Pair-Share: Think about the evidence we have talked about

and recorded. What is the strongest evidence to explain how the lives of refugees turn inside out when they flee and find home? Is there any stronger evidence in any of the informational texts that hasnt been recorded on the anchor chart? Shout out!! Forming Evidence-Based Claims graphic organizer Model For example, you may choose this quote from the

Refugee Children in Canada text: Some have lost many members of their families and many have lost everything that was familiar to them. Record this detail in the first Details box on the displayed recording form. in your essay, you will cite where your evidence came from. You do this by recording the author and page number with the detail (Fantino and Colak 590). Now, please record the detail you selected, along with the author and page number. pairs do not have to record the same detail.

Think pair share Look at the details from the novel collected on the Inside Out anchor chart and on your structured notes. Which of Has experiences relate to the detail you chose from the informational text? Is there any stronger evidence in the

novel that hasnt been recorded in your structured notes or on the anchor chart? 1 more Mostly I wish Father would appear in our doorway and make Mothers lips curl upward, lifting them from a permanent frown of worries and Three pouches of papaya dried papaya Chewy Sugary

Waxy Sticky Not the same at all. So mad, I throw all in the trash. Record these details in the remaining two Details boxes on the recording form. Think pair share Why did you choose the detail from the informational text? What is your thinking behind choosing this detail? What about the two details from the novel? What is your thinking behind

choosing those details? How are all of the details you have collected on your organizer connected? Shout out!! My model Informational text detail: This detail is about refugees mourning what they leave behind. I

think mourning turns refugees inside out because they hurt inside. Novel, first detail: This detail tells us that Ha mourns the loss of her father, and I think this turns her inside out because she hurts inside. Novel, second detail: This detail tells that Ha mourns the loss of food from home, like papaya. I think this turns her inside out because she hurts inside. Think pair share

Based on how your details are connected, what claim are you making about how the lives of refugees can turn inside out when they flee and find home? My example a

claim for the evidence recorded on the displayed recording form could be as follows: Refugees turn inside out when they mourn the loss of the things they leave behind. Connecting the Idea of Fleeing and Finding Home with Back Again Make a table partner

1 more handout will use this to begin to form a claim for your second body paragraph. Focus on the second question: How do the lives of refugees turn back again when they find a new home? Take a look at the Directions for Forming Evidence-Based Claims

Planning Your Essay Paragraphs 1 and 2How to Plan (5 minutes) for homework, you will finish gathering details and forming a claim (from Work Time today). You will then start formally planning Body Paragraphs 1 and 2 using this new organizer. ignore the Introductory Paragraph and Concluding Paragraph boxes for now). two key reminders: Just jot simple notes; you do not need to write in full

sentences. Cite your evidence on the planning form so you will have these citations when you write your essay. Homework A. Complete your Forming Evidence-Based Claims graphic organizers if you did not do so in class.

B. Complete the Planning Your Essay graphic organizer for Body Paragraphs 1 and 2. Remember to cite the author and page number for your evidence. Remember, for now you dont need to plan the introductory or concluding paragraphs. You will do this in the next lesson.

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