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January 22-23, 2014 . 7 th Grade ELA Ms. Hines. Get Ready!. Enter quietly and get your binder off the shelf. Sit in your assigned seat. If you are new, please have a seat at the Genius Bar (small group) Place your backpacks under your desk . Complete Calendar Journal entries.

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january 22 23 2014

January 22-23, 2014

7th Grade ELA

Ms. Hines

get ready
Get Ready!
  • Enter quietly and get your binder off the shelf.
  • Sit in your assigned seat.
    • If you are new, please have a seat at the Genius Bar (small group)
  • Place your backpacks under your desk.
  • Complete Calendar Journal entries.
    • 1/23: Write about a time that you misbehaved.
    • 1/22: I wish I could see _______ because ______.
    • 1/21: Have you ever been blamed for something that you did not do?
    • 1/20: Free Space BUT It must relate to Dr. King.
    • 1/17: I wish I could forget the time I ____________ because _____________.
essential question
Essential Question

Why do people misbehave?

in today s lesson we will
In today’s lesson we will:
  • RL 3: Analyze how particular elements of a story interact
  • L 4b: Use Latin roots as clues to the meaning of a word.
  • SL 1: Engage in a collaborative discussion with my group on the behaviors of both characters.


Make a list of ways you have seen people misbehave. (For example, disrupting class by throwing paper or yelling at a funeral.)

2. What are reasons people may misbehave?

3. Does bad behavior sometimes get people what they want?


Why do people MISBEHAVE?

Key Idea:

No one’s behavior is always perfect. When we misbehave, sometimes we do so for a reason – although that doesn’t mean it’s a good one. In the stories that you are about to read, an elderly woman and a young boy misbehave at important milestones in their lives.


Turn to page 250

in your red literature book!


Setting A Purpose For Reading

  • When you set a purpose for reading, you choose specific reasons for reading one or more texts.
  • Your purpose for reading “The Three-Century Woman” and “Charles” is to find similarities and differences between the two main characters.

Let\'s get


link to the stories online
Link to the stories online
  • http://erick1griffith.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/file/view/The+Three-Century+Woman+%26+Charles.pdf
  • Links to listen to the story are located on our class blog.


  • Independent Reading
    • Read “Charles” by Shirley Jackson (Lit. book pp. 250-254).
    • Read “The Three Century Woman” by Richard Peck
      • Story is located online (See today’s blog post)
  • Students will work as a partnershipto completethe reading guide.