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Monday, February 25, 2013. Daily Learning Target: I can assess the influences on text in order to make conclusions about the important ideas of the time and place in which the literary work was written. Bell Ringer.

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Monday, February 25, 2013

Daily Learning Target: I can assess the influences on text in order to make conclusions about the important ideas of the time and place in which the literary work was written.


Bell Ringer

  • Read the posters that are hanging throughout the classroom. Write one fact, personal connection, or emotion for each topic. You will write for five minutes.


Essential Questions

  • Why is it important to be aware of the important ideas, time, and place in which a text is written?

  • How does the knowledge of the ideas, time, and place help your understanding of the text?


KWL Carousel Walk

  • Round One- Write your knowledge of the particular heading.

  • Each Round After Round One- Write your knowledge of the particular heading. Then star or underline anything you agree with from the previous group.

    A new student from your group will record each round. ALL students must participate. RESPECT your group and listen to their ideas. Use your Bell Ringer responses to help you.


I can…

  • I can assess the influences on text in order to make conclusions about the important ideas of the time and place in which the literary work was written.


A Moment With Oprah Winfrey and Elie Wiesel (the author of Night)

  • Watch Video

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qguRarhTc-E


ACTION…Our Class Oscars

  • Split into your group.

  • Read your scenario.

  • You have five minutes to organize a short scene that portrays your scenario.

  • Be ready to win an Oscar.


Vocabulary Preview

  • You need to have your clicker.

  • Demonstrate your knowledge of terms from chapter 1 of Night. Do your best. Show us what you know.


Synagogue

  • library

  • home

  • House of worship

  • monastery

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


rabbi

  • A teacher

  • mayor

  • elected

  • diplomat

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


diplomacy

  • politics

  • negotiation

  • legislation

  • leadership

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


billeted

  • Lodged

  • hidden

  • barricaded

  • isolated

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


ghetto

  • Highly populated area

  • Section of a city where a group is isolated

  • Business district

  • Concentration camp

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


treatise

  • speech

  • commentary

  • Study guide

  • textbook

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


anecdotes

  • stories

  • lies

  • predictions

  • secrets

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


deportation

  • execution

  • imprisonment

  • genocide

  • banishment

[Default]

[MC Any]

[MC All]


Exit Slip

  • On your own paper, write three facts you learned from the KWL Carousel. Then explain how these facts will help you during the reading of Night.

  • Refer back to the Daily Learning Target and Essential Questions and discuss in your own words why it is necessary to know the important ideas, time, and place in which a text is written?

  • Early finishers should read chapter 1 of Night pages 13-31.


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