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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.


January 22 23 2014

BEFORE READING QUESTIONS

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?


January 22 23 2014

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.


January 22 23 2014

Turn to page 250

in your red literature book!


January 22 23 2014

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.


January 22 23 2014

Let's get

started!!!


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.


January 22 23 2014

WORK PERIOD

  • 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.

45minutes


January 22 23 2014

Closing


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