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SSR Time. College Prep 2-27-13. Hero. On your own, create a Frayer model on the word “Hero.” Lets talk about it What criteria did you come up with????. HEROISM. The Carnegie Hero Award. Hero Criteria.

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ssr time

SSR Time

College Prep

2-27-13

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Hero
  • On your own, create a Frayer model on the word “Hero.”
  • Lets talk about it
  • What criteria did you come up with????
heroism
HEROISM
  • The Carnegie Hero Award
hero criteria
Hero Criteria
  • Look @ your hand out….the bullet points are the criteria by which the Carnegie committee judges heroism
  • Lets go over them for a sec
scenario
Scenario
  • Read the scenario…..
  • Lets talk about it
    • Should Curtis Dawson get the award?
    • USE THE CRITERIA TO JUDGE HIM
reality
Reality…
  • Curtis Dawson received the award in 2005
borderline
Borderline…
  • Read Roger Terrapin’s story
    • On the back of the sheet
  • On your own, decide if he should get the award or not
    • Write your decision (CLAIM, EVIDENCE, WARRANT)
      • Claim: Criteria
      • Evidence: Examples
      • Warrant: a statement that explains why a piece of evidence makes a claim factual.
pair share
PAIR/SHARE
  • Pair up with a partner and convince them
    • Make note of your discussion in the “discussion notes” portion of your sheet
    • Don’t forget to detail the types of arguments made
    • INCLUDE: did your partner change your mind????
    • SHARE WITH THE WHOLE CLASS
what is a tpcaftt
What is a TPCAFTT??!!!??!
  • It is a technique by which to read poetry…
  • T= Title
    • Done before reading….your first impressions of the title
  • THEN YOU READ
  • P= paraphrase
    • Quick summary
what is a tpcaftt1
What is a TPCAFTT??!!!??!
  • Read 2nd time
  • C= Connotation
    • List some connotative words…which help you figure out….
  • A= Attitude (or tone)
    • Brief statement about what you think the tone is, citing connotative words
  • F= Figurative Language
    • Examples of Fig lang and analysis
what is a tpcaftt2
What is a TPCAFTT??!!!??!
  • Read the 3rd time
  • T= Title (again)
    • Revisit the title…what does it mean to you now?
  • T= Theme
    • What’s theme dag nab it
frederick douglass
“Frederick Douglass”
  • To fully understand poetry, you must read it 3 times
  • The 1st, is to understand plot
  • The 2nd is to pick up on some connotative words and tone
  • The 3rd is to understand the theme….
frederick douglass and tpcaftt
“Frederick Douglass” and TPCAFTT
  • But first….lets do the “title”
  • Now we read
    • We do “P”
  • Read 2nd time

Do “C” “A” “F”

  • Read 3rd time
    • Do “T” and “T”
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