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Activator Week 5 Day 1 ELA. What does it mean to “read between the lines?” Use The Reader’s Journey to define the term infer. 3. How are the words infer and inference related?. Reading between the lines….

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Activator week 5 day 1 ela
Activator Week 5Day 1 ELA

  • What does it mean to “read between the lines?”

  • Use The Reader’s Journey to define the term infer.

    3. How are the words infer and inference related?


Reading between the lines
Reading between the lines…

  • Infer (v.) means to draw a conclusion based on facts or evidence. As we analyze different pieces of text, I will ask you for “textual evidence” to support your ideas.

  • Inference (n.) a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.

    When you make an inference, you are “reading between the lines” which means you understand something the author implied but did not express on the surface.


At the end of these lessons you will be prepared to do the following
At the end of these lessons, you will be prepared to do the following:

ELACC7RL1: Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.

ELACC7RL3: Analyze how particular elements of a story interact.

ELACC7RL4: Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in text.


Based solely on this picture, what are three facts you can tell me about this town? Based on these facts, what can you infer about this place?


Based solely on this picture, what are three facts you can tell me about this person? Based on these facts, what can you infer about this person?


Based solely on this picture, what are three facts you can tell me about this person? Based on these facts, what can you infer about this person?


Based solely on this picture, what are three facts you can tell me about this person? Based on these facts, what can you infer about this person?


Based solely on this picture, what are three facts you can tell me about this person? Based on these facts, what can you infer about this person?


A picture is worth a thousand words but what if you re not reading a picture book

A picture tell me about this person? Based on is worth a thousand words…but what if you’re not reading a picture book?

How does an author create mental images for the reader?


What can you infer from the following passage use textual evidence to support your inference
What can you infer from the following passage? Use textual evidence to support your inference.

1. People moved slowly then. They ambled across the square, shuffled in and out of the stores around it, took their time about everything. A day was twenty-four hours long but seemed longer. There was no hurry, for there was nowhere to go, nothing to buy and no money to buy it with… page 5


2. His age was beginning to show, his one sign of inner turmoil, the strong line of his jaw, melted a little, one became aware of telltale creases forming under his ears, one noticed not his jet-black hair but the gray patches growing at his temples. page 267


3. He was still leaning against the wall…his arms folded across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light… page 270


4 across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light… . “Guilty…guilty…guilty.” I peeked at Jem. His hands were white from gripping the balcony rail, and his shoulders jerked as if each “guilty” was a stab between them. It was Jem’s turn to cry. His face was streaked with angry tears as we made our way through the cheerful crowd.

pp. 211-212


5. “And across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light… you—” she pointed an arthritic finger at me—”what are you doing in those overalls? You should be in a dress and camisole, young lady! You’ll grow up waiting on tables if somebody doesn’t change your ways—a Finch waiting on tables at the O.K. Café—hah!” page 101


What is characterization
What is characterization? across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

Effective writers develop characters through specific word choice that creates images or pictures in the reader’s mind.

Indirect

(Showing, not telling)

ambled…shuffled

sickly white hands

each “guilty” was a stab…

Direct

(Telling)

People moved slowly…

They were white hands…

..his shoulders jerked…


Characterization
Characterization across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

  • S (What the character says)

  • A (How the character acts)

  • R (How others react to the character)

  • A (The character’s appearance)

  • T (The character’s thoughts)


Characterization review
Characterization Review across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

Characterization is the process by which the writer develops characters in a narrative.

Characterization is revealed through direct characterization and indirect characterization.

Characters are developed through what they say, their actions, the reactions of others, their appearance, and their thoughts (SARA T.)

The author’s choice of words has a significant impact on effective characterization.


Activator day 2
Activator Day 2 across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

  • Take out your literary terms definition sheet.

  • Write three sentences using any three words from the sheet. Underline the words you use.


Essential question
Essential Question: across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…


Common core standard
Common Core Standard across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…


Work session
Work Session across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

  • Collaborate with the person on your right and left to compare your definitions.

  • Determine who has the most accurate definition and change answers if necessary.

  • When you are done comparing definitions, get a crossword puzzle from the teacher.

  • You may work together on the crossword puzzle. It is due at the end of class.


Find the terms
Find the terms… across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

ELACC7RL2: Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text; provide an objective summary of the text.

ELACC7RL3: Analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact (e.g., how settings shape the characters or plot).

ELACC7RL6: Analyze how an author develops and contrasts the points of view of different characters or narrators in a text.


Literary terms test
Literary Terms Test across his chest. As I pointed he brought his arms down and pressed the palms of his hands against the wall. They were white hands, sickly white hands that had never seen the sun, so white they stood out garishly against the dull cream wall in the dim light…

  • You will take a test over these terms next Wednesday.

  • Use your definition sheet and the crossword puzzle to help you study.


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