Topics, Main Ideas and Topic Sentences. recognizing them as we read UNIT 4 You will need your book tonight. Unit 4 Seminar Agenda. Discussion Board assignment & reminders Unit 4 Project description & review My Reading Lab reminders KU 085 reminder
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recognizing them as we read
You will need your book tonight
Please respond to each questions in at least 1–2 well thought out paragraphs of 5–7 sentences each.
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Each week there are two tabs – Reading Skills and Reading Level.
Reading Skills are required that week.
For example, this week you complete the Unit 4 Skills
You have exercises to complete at your own pace under the Reading Level tab. Please work on the exercises under the Reading Level tab during units 2-7. The Reading Level exercises are different for each student. They are assigned based on your initial Lexile level. Please have all of your exercises under the Reading Level tab completed by the end of Unit 7. This is a sample – yours may have different topics.
Unit 4 Supporting Details Test This week in My Reading Lab, you will complete the Unit 4 Supporting Details Test. This is located under the Reading Skills tab. Note, there are two sections for Unit 4 under the Reading Skills tab.
The Supporting Details test is located under the second MRL section in unit 4.
Socrates was a philosopher, a person who searches for the truth and meaning of life. A well-known teacher in ancient Athens, his method of teaching was to pose questions that made his students examine and question their beliefs. Socrates’ method, however, upset many Athenian leaders. Socrates was eventually sentenced to death.
B. the Athenian leaders
C. Socrates’ method of teaching
If two people with sharply different spending styles commit to a relationship, problems usually arise. For example, the conflict of “his” and “her” money may come into play, and whoever earns the larger salary may want to tell the other how to spend. In disagreements over money, the larger earner may think or say “I earned it and I’ll spend it.”
A. Conflicting spending styles
C. Fights about “his” money
What is a topic sentence?
How do they set the paragraph up for us as readers?