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UDHR 5. Module 1 Unit 1 Lesson 5. In the top left box, list some of the rights that should be human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why. Give One, Get One. Learning Targets. I can follow our class norms when I participate in a discussion.

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Udhr 5
UDHR 5

  • Module 1 Unit 1 Lesson 5


In the top left box, list some of the rights that should be human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why.


Give One, Get One human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why.


Learning Targets human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why.

  • I can follow our class norms when I participate in a discussion.

  • I can summarize Articles 2 and 3 of the UDHR.

  • I can use context clues to help me determine the meaning of words.

  • I can visualize what the authors of the UDHR wanted for all people


In the top left box, list some of the rights that should be human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why.


Introduction human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why.

Preamble


Articles human rights. In the top right box, briefly explain why.


We are just going to focus on these 11 articles. We will keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.


How did we use our note-catchers when we read Article 1? keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.


Close readers do these things
Close Readers Do These Things keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.

  • Read the text slowly at least twice.

  • Circle words you aren’t sure of and try to figure them out.

  • Reread, annotate, and underline key vocabulary.

  • Talk to each other about what you think it means.

  • Read to summarize or answer specific questions.


Entitled
Entitled keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.

  • If you are entitled to something, you have the right to have it or do it.


Distinction
distinction keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.

  • A distinction is a difference between similar things


Today we will just focus on the 1st sentence of Article 2 keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.


Learning Targets keep coming back to these articles in the coming weeks, as we think about how real and fictional characters respond when they face challenges.

  • I can follow our class norms when I participate in a discussion.

  • I can summarize Articles 2 and 3 of the UDHR.

  • I can use context clues to help me determine the meaning of words.

  • I can visualize what the authors of the UDHR wanted for all people