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Read 15 mins to build endurance for FCAT. Summarize pages read and what you read (3-5 sentences). I will check 7 journals from Oct. 22- Nov 2 nd - Friday! 3 from last week and 4 from this week. Do journal tomorrow with sub, Mrs. Moore. Sustained Silent Reading + journal.

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sustained silent reading journal

Read 15 mins to build endurance for FCAT.

  • Summarize pages read and what you read (3-5 sentences).
  • I will check 7 journals from Oct. 22- Nov 2nd- Friday! 3 from last week and 4 from this week. Do journal tomorrow with sub, Mrs. Moore
Sustained Silent Reading + journal
focus

Summarizing, Text Features. unknown words in context, analyzing/comparing and contrast, transition words, non-fiction/ brainstorming, pre-writing, and creating main idea/details with support from article.

Focus-
copy in class notes what you need to review if you forgot

Review of Method of organization

    • Main idea/details: Headings, states topic sentence and offers support/examples/data, informational…
    • Cause and effect – what caused something and outcome-
    • Compare – contrast-similarities, differences
    • Description- descriptive language and uses imagery/figurative language.– scene, character, object, poems, scene
    • What’s ___________ about the article?
Copy in class notes what you need to review if you forgot.
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however

Where as

Even though

while

yet

but

rather

Either

like and unlike

some

as opposed to

as well as

on the other hand

although

the same

similarly

Compare/Contrast signal words- In class notes section, copy any 10 down. You’ll use these with our project
main idea detail signal words

Headings/subheadings- informative

  • Dates/statistics
  • Signal words: Words that indicate another main idea or example follows: Also, In addition, Moreover, For instance, Furthermore. Moreover, Another. Words that add emphasis/examples
Main idea/detail signal words
reality tv

Reality TV

5 pts

List the 5ws about the character? As much as you can for who, what happened, when-where/how or why?

What’s the author’s purpose? Persuade, Inform, Entertain, Describe?

What’s the mood?

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The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
  • The good
  • Why Reality Shows are so popular?. Stop at 2:22.
  • The bad
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6m2vWEpmkmo
  • Rubric (5 pts): Restate question. 1 pt
  • Give answer 1 pt
  • Use transitions (as indicated, the text states, for example, as shown in the chart, because it is ______, I feel……..). support (5 pts)

Write a paragraph using at least two signal/transition words contrasting why research you just watched about the positives and negatives of reality shows.

see choices magazine pages 12 17 what text features do you know recognize at least 5

THIEVES?

  • Write any of the 7 pre-reading strategies in bullet form: title, headings, describe visuals, describe first and last paragraph.
    • Title
    • Visuals discuss:
    • Some Headings are:
    • The first paragraph is about
    • The last is paragraph is about
    • Next, we’ll discuss what article is about based on what you wrote.
  • Up to 5 points
See Choices Magazine pages 12-17What text features do you know/recognize at least 5:
summarize what you read 10 points 2 pts each section

Introduction (first column on page 14), page : Summarize in 2-3 sentences

  • Idiotic or Influential, page 14? Summarize in 2 sentences
  • Smoke and Mirrors, page 15-Summarize in 2- sentences
  • Make me a Star, page 16-Summarize in 2 sentences
  • Take back your TV, page 17 – Summarize in 2 sentences
Summarize what you read= 10 points (2 pts each section)
based on what you read analyze the question choices 5 points

After reading article, do you think reality shows are idiotic or influential? Based on that section.

    • Discuss only: What are synonyms for “influential”? What are antonyms for influential?
    • Now write the answer to this question in short response paragraph form. Rubric is below
      • Restate question. 1 pt
      • Give answer 1 pt
      • Use transitions (as indicated, the text states, for example, as shown in the chart, because it is ______, I feel). 3 details for support (3 pts)
Based on what you read, analyze the question-Choices. 5 points
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http://www.time.com/time/printout/0,8816,421047,00.html

1. Decoding words in context in squares. Also, identify stems. Use context clues, dictionary or background knowledge. Is it negative or positive, or write a short meaning.

    • Recitation, misanthropy, pernicious, paraphrase page 1
    • jaded, legitimate, bemoan, lowbrow page 2
    • Moral, denominator, piety page 3
    • Criticisms, deceptions, unsavory, immoral, misanthropic, dignified, authentic, page 4
    • Quintessentially, page 5.

2. Summarize article in a paragraph. 5ws of article: who, what, when, where and why (discuss on Activeboard)- Should be ½ page. 7-10 sentences

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/pietY?s=ts

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Plan out your 4-5 paragraph essay=10 points. You are not writing the whole thing. Just planning it in bullet format.

Big emphasis question: Is reality TV just entertainment, or is the drama bad for teens’ brains? Use the Choices magazine article and Time and clips for your thesis (main ideas).

Final question: With partner/Brainstorming/Planning/ Analyzing/Organizingsee next slide for recommended template
basic outline my preference

____________________________ answer to topic.

M1 Transition + _____________________M1_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

1. transition + detail 1.-2 pts

ideas for elaboration for this in bullet format

2. transition + detail 2.

  • ideas for elaboration for this and where it came from. 2 pts

Idea to kiss paragraph goodbye All and All… .

M2 Transition + _____________________M2.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

1. transition + detail 1 support.

ideas for elaboration for this and where it came from.

2. transition + detail 2 support

Ideas for elaboration for this in bullet format

Idea to kiss paragraph goodbye Therefore…..

10 pts

Basic outline, my preference

Whatever you choose, stick to your plan so your don’t drive off the road.

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Total __ points

  • You got____
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