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154 th Street Short Stories. Cycle 1, Day 2. Today: Reading Goal As we read, we will draw conclusions about the setting. Today’s Big Question: How can an episode of violence affect a neighborhood? Team Cooperation Goal: Demonstrate Active Listening. Building Background.

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154 th street short stories

154th Street Short Stories

Cycle 1, Day 2


154 th street short stories

Today:

  • Reading Goal

    • As we read, we will draw conclusions about the setting.

  • Today’s Big Question:

    • How can an episode of violence affect a neighborhood?

  • Team Cooperation Goal:

    • Demonstrate Active Listening


Building background

Building Background

  • T-P-S: If you were standing on the side of a road with your friends and you saw a car recklessly speeding toward you, what conclusion would you draw about the car?

  • What would you do?

  • What are some examples of dangerous situations that you might find yourself in?


Think pair share violence

Think-Pair-Share: Violence

  • What is violence?

  • Are there some places that are more violent than others?

  • How can you avoid or prevent violence?


T p s drawing conclusions

T-P-S: Drawing Conclusions

  • What conclusions have we drawn so far about 145th Street?

  • Is it possible that these first impressions could be wrong?

  • What can we do to find more evidence to support our conclusions?


Listening

Listening

  • Listening comprehension: “The Baddest Dog in Harlem” pages 15-18.

  • Think Aloud

  • T-P-S: How do you think the people gathered on the street felt when the cops pulled up?

  • What do you think it’s like to live on 145th Street?


Partner read pgs 18 25

Partner Read: pgs 18-25

  • What conclusions can you draw about 145th Street based on the neighborhood’s reaction to the shootout?

  • “The window was all shot up. Her drapes were raggedy.” Raggedy means _________.

  • Why won’t Mary go upstairs with the police?

  • Why does the narrator wish that the others would talk about the kid? What conclusions does he draw about Harlem? (write)


Vocabulary

Vocabulary


Reflection

Reflection

# Heads

  • Why do the people on 145th Street stand around watching the police while they look for a suspect?

  • How would you react if a gunfight happened in your neighborhood? Why?

  • How can violence affect a neighborhood?

  • Vocab review

  • Homework: 20 minutes of reading EVERY night!


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