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Do now turn and talk what is an extended response question what are our expectations from you

Do Now: Turn and Talk – What is an “extended response” question? What are our expectations from you?

March 20, 2013

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


What is extended response

What is “extended response”?

  • Extended = LOOOOONG

  • Should be set up like an ESSAY (Intro, Body Paragraphs, Conclusion)

  • FULLY answer EACH part of the question

  • Demonstrate CORRECT use of written English

  • Shows thinking on the topic (beyond the text)

  • Uses text based details to support the answer

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


So what does it look like

So, What does it look like?

  • Let’s look at a sample question:

  • Think about the difficulties faced by gold miners in “Gold Fever” and “A Gold Miner’s Tale.” 

  • Write an essay in which you discuss the hardships of life as a gold miner or gold “rusher.” 

  • Use details from both the article and the poem to support your answer.In your essay, be sure to• discuss the hardships of life as a gold miner or gold “rusher”• include details from both the article and the poem

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


So how do i do it

So, how do I do it?

  • Think about the difficulties faced by gold miners in “Gold Fever” and “A Gold Miner’s Tale.” 

  • Write an essay in which you discuss the hardships of life as a gold miner or gold “rusher.” 

  • Use details from both the article and the poem to support your answer.In your essay, be sure to• discuss the hardships of life as a gold miner or gold “rusher”• include details from both the article and the poem

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


Plan please

Introduction (HBT)

Hook: ?

Background: Gold miners in “Gold Fever” and “A Gold Miner’s Tale” faced difficulties.

Thesis: The poem and the article each described the different difficulties a gold miner or “rusher” faced.

Plan, please!

Body 1:

Details from the poem

Conclusion:

Restate Thesis:

The poem and the article each described the different difficulties a gold miner or “rusher” faced.

GTTHOTM or LTTF: ?

ZINGER:

?

Body 2: Details from the article

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


Let s try together

Let’s try together

  • The main characters in “Climbin’ Ryan” and “Natalya’s Happy Hugged Hens” help other people in different ways. Would you prefer to help people the way Ryan does or the way Natalya does?

  • Write an essay in which you explain which way you would prefer and why. Use details from both articles to support your answer.

  • In your essay, be sure to• tell which way of helping people you prefer • explain why you prefer that way of helping people over the other way• include details from both articles to support your answer

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


Now try one on your own

Now try one on your own

  • Pilots Harriet Quimby and Bessie Coleman were both brave women who faced many challenges. Write an essay in which you compare and contrast the challenges that each faced. 

  • Use details from both “Final Approach” and “Dreams of Flying” to support your answer.

  • In your essay, be sure to• describe how the challenges Harriet Quimby and Bessie Coleman faced were similar • describe how the challenges Harriet Quimby and Bessie Coleman faced were different• include details from both articles to support your answer

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


Ok so where do i get the details from

Ok, so where do I get the details from?

  • Let’s look!!

  • On Friday we will complete this extended response in class.

Scholars will utilize test questions to create relevant and meaningful planning pages for extended response questions


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