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Context Notes and Presentations. Get into groups of 4!. Bell Work. T ake out your source related to the new class novel. On the back of your source answer the following questions: Why does this information matter? What knowledge will my peers gain? What facts will be shared?. TKAM.

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Context notes and presentations
Context Notes and Presentations

Get into groups of 4!


Bell work
Bell Work

  • Take out your source related to the new class novel. On the back of your source answer the following questions:

    • Why does this information matter? What knowledge will my peers gain? What facts will be shared?


TKAM

  • http://www.cleanvideosearch.com/media/action/yt/watch?v=sgC09oMIwLc

  • Context Video TKAM – Key information!


Number off 1 4
Number Off 1-4!

  • Take out a blank piece of paper. Write the title of the book and then “context notes.”

  • Share with your group the context you focused on.

  • Determine the order the group will present in.


During presentation
During Presentation

  • Summarize your information.

  • Who/What/Where/When/Why

  • Ask questions about the information shared.

  • “I’m confused about…” “Did you ever consider…” “How would ____ look today”

  • Determine how this may relate to the book summary.

  • In comparison to/In contrast to

  • Identify how the information goes beyond just a summary.

  • Draw conclusion about the topic

  • Explain the information

  • If this could be researched further it’d be interesting to look at

  • This supports the idea of….

  • Pick concept words that may relate and decide which are best within the group.


Whole class discussion
Whole Class Discussion

  • Create a one pager with key facts and information your group discussed about the concepts of the book, the historical, cultural, social, or geographic context.

  • Add to notes.


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