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Bellringer (February 11, 2014). Today we will… Discuss two quotations. Evaluate a Speaker’s Message. Support ideas with details and examples. Interpret and respond to a photograph. So that we can… Engage and discuss our essential question. I know I get it when…

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feb 11 2014

Today we will…

  • Discuss two quotations.
  • Evaluate a Speaker’s Message.
  • Support ideas with details and examples.
  • Interpret and respond to a photograph.
  • So that we can…
  • Engage and discuss our essential question.
  • I know I get it when…
  • I can use cooperative learning activity to explore different perspectives.
(Feb. 11, 2014)

Agenda

Homework

  • Discuss quotations on p. 200
  • Study the photograph on p. 201
  • No homework
quotations on p 200
Quotations on p. 200
  • True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever cost, but the urge to serve at whatever cost. –Ashe
    • Real heroes are ordinary. They don’t want to be better than others.
  • Show me a hero and I will write you a tragedy.

-Fitzgerald

    • The story of a hero includes excitement and even sadness.
cooperative learning activity
Cooperative Learning Activity

Think- How do the qualities of an “ordinary” hero and a “dramatic” hero differ?

Pair- With a partner add and discuss at least TWO more qualities.

Share- Share your ideas with the class

discussion observing the details p 201
Discussion…Observing the details (p. 201)

Study the picture…

  • What details do you notice about the setting? What did the photographer choose to include in the photo? Why?
  • What does the man appear to be doing with the white rope? What might it be attached to?
  • What is the man’s expression? What does it show about him?
exit slip
Exit Slip

Complete the following sentences…

In [name a culture to explore]…

  • People who work as ______ are often considered to be heroes.
  • The important qualities of a hero are ___.
  • A famous hero in literature or legend is ____.
  • That character is considered to be a hero because he/she ____.
  • Young people admire _____ and treat them like heroes.
bellringer february 13 2014
Bellringer(February 13, 2014)
  • Make a list of heroes hat you admire. How does your list compare with the bar graph on p. 202.
  • What are the most important qualities of a hero?
feb 13 2014

Today we will…

  • Review the key vocab.
  • Analyze cultural perspectives
  • Make inferences using the graphic organizer.
  • So that we can…
  • Point out the cultural perspective of a story and apply the new vocabulary.
  • Make connections of what we read.
  • I know I get it when…
  • I can discuss how cultural perspective might be reflected in a story set in America today.
  • Apply the reading strategy
(Feb. 13, 2014)

Agenda

Homework

  • Review the vocabulary
    • Interactive WKBK
  • Analyze cultural perspective (p. 209)
  • Focus on a strategy- Make inferences
  • Read the A Legend Takes New Forms
    • Exit Slip
  • EDGE interactive Practice Book
    • P. 100-101
review the vocabulary

Review the Vocabulary

Interactive Workbook

analyze cultural perspective
Analyze Cultural Perspective
  • Most stories are told from a cultural perspective that reflects the customs and attitudes of a particular society and era.
  • “The Sword in the Stone” takes place in England during the Middle Ages.

What do you think affects the cultural perspective of a story?

  • Story elements: plot, character, setting, and theme.
exit slip1
Exit Slip

Read: A legend takes new forms

Answer the following question

What form will Arthur’s story take for future generations?

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