Week 6: October 13th - 14th

Week 6: October 13th - 14th

Week 6: October 13th 14th Unit 1: Introducing the Course and Summer Reading Books **Kagame non-fiction and introducing ORQ, Purpose Question, and criteria of a mini-thesis statement Friday, October 14th, 2011 (double block) Objective: by the end of this lesson 1. Identify the main idea and authors purpose of Kagames speech; 2. Identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt; 3. Compose a mini-thesis statement; 4. Evaluate mini-thesis statements with the ORQ rubric Do Now: 1. In 2-3 sentences explain what is a relationship/connection between acclaim and aggrandizement? 2. In 2-3 sentences what is a relationship/connection between aesthetic and abstract? Friday, October 14th, 2011

Objective: by the end of this lesson 1. Identify the main idea and authors purpose of Kagames speech; 2. Identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt; 3. Compose a mini-thesis statement 4. Evaluate mini-thesis statements with the ORQ rubric Homework: Read, annotate (8+ annotations), and do the worksheet for A Tale of Two Indias by Monday! Agenda: Do Now Authors purpose Identify the main idea of Kagame A Different Discussion About Aid ORQ Air Mail ORQ and Gallery Walk Objective: You will be able to Describe and execute the expectations for working with a partner. Read, annotate and identify the authors purpose and main idea of the article

4/A Partner Talk is 3/B Partner Talk is At a reasonable volume. At a reasonable volume. Focused on the work only. Students have their homework/graphic organizer in front of them and are obviously referring to it, adding to it and discussing it.

Mostly focused on the work. Respectful and professional. Productive group members add information to their graphic organizer. Students have their homework/graphic organizer in front of them. Respectful and professional. Partner Work/Citizenship Expectations Partner Talk is 2/C Partner Talk is

1/D/F Partner Talk is At a reasonable volume after one reminder. At a reasonable volume after more than one reminder. Focused on the work, but need several reminders. Rarely focused on the work, even with several reminders. Respectful. Respectful.

Non-Fiction: Authors Purpose Authors write for many reasons. There are four you need to know: TO ENTERTAIN: Writers of short stories, novels or poems often write to entertain their readers. TO INFORM: They may write articles and non-fiction books that inform their readers of an issue. TO DESCRIBE: To describe something; this can be a topic, issue, etc. TO PERSUADE: To persuade their readers to think and act as they do about certain issues. Analyzing the authors choice of title and the examples or details used to support the main idea will help you to better understand a non-fiction passage. Friday, October 7th, 2011 Objective: by the end of this lesson 1. You will be able to describe nonfiction, main, idea, and authors purpose. 2. Identify the main idea and authors purpose in Kagames speech. Read and Annotate Kagames Speech To annotate: to mark up a text so you are actively reading and engaging with it Margin Summary Notes: writing a 6 word or less

summary of a part (say each paragraph) in your own words Underlining and explaining important parts of the text Circling unfamiliar vocabulary and explaining its meaning Asking questions about the text Comprehension what does this part mean? Connecting ideas within the text what is this part referring to? Who is the author referring to? Why questions why does he state this? What is the purpose of Objective: by the end of this lesson saying this? 1. 2. You will be able to describe nonfiction, main, idea, and authors purpose. Identify the main idea and authors purpose in Kagames speech. Main Idea of Kagames Speech Peace Corps will come to work with Rwandans to help make positive changes to prevent further genocide

Rwanda has grown and they have much to offer The peace corps is important and they help Rwanda After the genocide, the Rwandans government goal was to not have that happen again. The Peace Corps has been positive in doing this Thanking the peace corps for getting involved Peace corps volunteers helped society American Peace Corps has had a positive effect on the society and helped progress the society American peace corps has become a part of the Rwandan culture and together they will build a positive future Kagame shows appreciation for the Peace Corps Express his appreciation for the Peace Corps and that they have grown stronger from the genocide I believe we need to have a different discussion about bilateral aid. Summarizer 1. What is a main idea? 2. How is main idea different from a theme? How is it similar? 3. What is authors purpose? 4. What are two of the four types of authors

purposes? Objective: by the end of this lesson 1. Identify the main idea and authors purpose of Kagames speech; 2. Identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt; 3. Compose a mini-thesis statement 4. Evaluate mini-thesis statements with the ORQ rubric Name ____________________________ A Different Discussion __ About Aid ORQ Objective By the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt Read the following Open-Response Question (ORQ) and with a partner annotate it, create, a purpose question, and write an outline for it:

1. Based on the speech A Different Discussion About Aid, describe Kagames position on bilateral aid. Purpose Question: ORQ Outline: ORQ Mini-thesis Statement Rubric ORQ Rubric: Mini-Thesis Statement 4=A *Mini-thesis clearly and completely develops an argument in response to all parts of the prompt. *Mini-thesis shows sophistication by tying all parts of the prompt together *Mini-thesis shows how the details of the text relate to one another to convey a meaning *Includes title, author, and genre 3=B

*Mini-thesis clearly and completely develops an argument in response to all parts of the prompt. *Mini-thesis shows sophistication by tying all parts of the prompt together *Includes title, author, and genre 2=C *Mini-thesis restates the prompt and addresses all parts. *Does not include title author genre 1=D/F *Mini-thesis only addresses part of the prompt Example Mini-thesis statements:

1. President Kagame says they need bilateral aid. 2. In his speech A Different Discussion About Aid, President Paul Kagame describes the need for bilateral aid. 3. In his speech, A Different Discussion About Aid, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda describes the need for bilateral aid between the United States Peace Corps and the people and government of Rwanda. 4. In his speech, A Different Discussion About Aid, Paul Kagame describes the benefits of bilateral aid when he highlights the ways in which the United States Peace Corps volunteers can learn about peace and reconciliation from Rwandans while Rwandans in turn receive aid as they work towards rebuilding their nation after the devastating genocide of 1994. Objectives: Evaluate minithesis statements using the

ORQ rubric. Sample MiniThesis Statements 1 2 3 4 Evaluating Mini-Thesis Statements on Kagames Speech What score we gave it based on the rubric Explanation of why we thought it deserved that score. Creating a Rubric for Washing the Dishes With your South Africa Learning Partner!! In order to better understand rubrics and how they help teachers and students know what level their skills are at, you are going to create a rubric with a partner. Tell me what each

grade for washed dishes looks like: Rubric What should the final product look like? 4=A 3=B 2=C 1=D/F Name ____________________________ __ Air Mail ORQ Objective By the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question

that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt Read the following Open-Response Question (ORQ). With a partner annotate it, create a purpose question, and write an outline for it: 1. Based on the short story Air Mail by Ravi Mangla, explain what Tommy and Anuridh learn about each others culture. Purpose Question: ORQ Outline: ORQ Mini-thesis Statement Rubric ORQ Rubric: Mini-Thesis Statement 4=A *Mini-thesis clearly and completely develops an argument in response to all parts of the prompt. *Mini-thesis shows sophistication by tying all parts of the prompt together *Mini-thesis shows how the

details of the text relate to one another to convey a meaning *Includes title, author, and genre 3=B *Mini-thesis clearly and completely develops an argument in response to all parts of the prompt. *Mini-thesis shows sophistication by tying all parts of the prompt together *Includes title, author, and genre DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON THIS! 2=C *Mini-thesis restates the prompt and addresses all parts. *Does not include title author genre

1=D/F *Mini-thesis only addresses part of the prompt With a partner, write your own mini-thesis statement based on the Air Mail prompt for the gallery walk: Name: Air Mail Mini-Thesis Statement Revision Based on the feedback you received from your peers revise your mini-thesis statement: ORQ Rubric: Mini-Thesis Statement 4=A 3=B

*Mini-thesis clearly and completely develops an argument in response to all parts of the prompt. *Mini-thesis shows sophistication by tying all parts of the prompt together *Mini-thesis shows how the details of the text relate to one another to convey a meaning *Includes title, author, and genre *Mini-thesis clearly and completely develops an argument in response to all parts of the prompt. *Mini-thesis shows sophistication by tying all parts of the prompt together *Includes title, author, and genre 2=C

*Mini-thesis restates the prompt and addresses all parts. *Does not include title author genre 1=D/F *Mini-thesis only addresses part of the prompt Guidelines for Mini-Thesis Gallery Walk Post your mini-thesis. Silent gallery walk post-it notes. Give each posted mini-thesis a score of 1-4 based on the rubric and then underneath your score briefly explain why you gave it the number that you did. Tell them how they can improve their mini-thesis statement! This is silent and independent work! That means you should not interact with one another during this gallery walk your focus needs to be on the work!

Compose a mini-thesis and evaluate other mini-thesis statements using the Mini-thesis section of the ORQ rubric. Friday, October 14th, 2011 Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to identify the main idea of Kagames A Different Discussion About Aid speech; 2. describe authors purpose and explain the four types of authors purpose; 3. identify Kagames purpose (i.e., authors purpose) of his speech A Different Discussion About Aid 4. identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt Agenda: Do Now SAT vocabulary Finish annotating Kagame speech and identify the main idea Authors Purpose notetaking and identification ORQ question process Air Mail ORQ question example Understanding rubrics learning partners, without content Criteria of a mini-thesis statement

Monday, October 17th, 2011 Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. list and explain the five criteria of an ORQ mini-thesis statement 2. evaluate four examples of mini-thesis statements based on the ORQ mini-thesis statement rubric 3. compose a mini-thesis statement that meets the five criteria based on an ORQ prompt of A Different Discussion About a Aid Agenda: Do Now Review criteria of a mini-thesis statement Evaluate mini-thesis statements with a partner ORQ Prompt on A Different Discussion About Aid Compose mini-thesis statements on A Different Discussion About Aid with a partner Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to evaluate your peers mini-thesis statements by participating in a Gallery Walk; 2. revise your mini-thesis statement based on your peers specific feedback

Agenda: Do Now Review rubric Gallery Walk of Mini-thesis statements Debrief comments Revise mini-thesis statements with your partner Friday, October 21st, 2011 (double block) Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to identify and explain the main idea and authors purpose of A Tale of Two Indias 2. describe the meanings, use correctly in a sentence, and explain connections on the ten Lesson 1 SAT vocabulary words by taking a quiz 3. identify and justify your opinion on five Unit 2 statements - REVISE Text-mark and label the prompt and turn the prompt into a question (KFQ) Compose an argument. Include title, author, and genre and address all parts of the prompt.

Tie the literal and figurative responses to the prompt together (that requires students to be able to distinguish between literal and figurative) Monday, October 24th, 2011 Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to describe five key facts about Mumbai and India 2. summarize the main events and describe the main characters of chapter 1 of Q&A; Tuesday, October 25th, 2011 Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to describe the main characters and summarize the main events of chapter 2 of Q&A; 2. READING OBJECTIVE -this will be based off of Q & A Text-mark and label the prompt and turn the prompt into a question (KFQ) Compose an argument.

Include title, author, and genre and address all parts of the prompt. Tie the literal and figurative responses to the prompt together (that requires students to be able to distinguish between literal and figurative) Wednesday, October 26th, 2011 (double block) Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to describe the main characters and summarize the main events of chapter 3 of Q&A; 2. discuss 3. compose a mini-thesis statement that uses the five required criteria (and earns at least a 3 on the minithesis statement rubric) -this will be based off of Q & A Friday, October 28th, 2011 (double block) Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. you will be able to demonstrate your knowledge of the main events in the novel by taking a reading quiz 2. describe and explain text-to-text, text-to-self, and text-to-world connections 3. identify two T/T, T/S, and T/W connections from chapters 1-3 of Q&A 4. evaluate best evidence for an ORQ prompt and mini-thesis statement based on the Evidence portion of the ORQ rubric; 5. describe how to introduce and cite a quote

fdh Monday, October 31st, 2011 Objective: By the end of this lesson 1. describe and illustrate the vocabulary term, agency 2. you will be able to select the best evidence (quote) of an ORQ question and mini-thesis statement in chapter ___ of Q&A and earn at least a 3 on the evidence portion of the ORQ rubric (with a partner) Text-mark and label the prompt and turn the prompt into a question (KFQ) Compose an argument. Include title, author, and genre and address all parts of the prompt. Tie the literal and figurative responses to the prompt together (that requires students to be able to distinguish between literal and figurative)

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