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GRADE 5 MODULE 1 UNIT 2 LESSON 1. BUILDING BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE: LEARNING ABOUT THE HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL SETTING OF ESPERANZA RISING ( CHAPTER 1: “AGUASCALIENTES, MEXICO, 1924”). Learning Targets. • I can define historical fiction.

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Grade 5 module 1 unit 2 lesson 1

GRADE 5MODULE 1 UNIT 2 LESSON 1

BUILDING BACKGROUND KNOWLEDGE: LEARNING ABOUT THE HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL SETTING OF ESPERANZA RISING

(CHAPTER 1: “AGUASCALIENTES, MEXICO, 1924”)


Learning targets
Learning Targets

• I can define historical fiction.

• I can describe the geographical setting of Esperanza Rising.

• I can describe the historical setting of Esperanza Rising.



Esperanza rising
Esperanza Rising

Examine the image on the cover.

Think/Pair/Share

What do you notice?

What do you wonder?

Today you will start by getting an idea about the setting of the story (where and when the story takes place).


Reading chapter 1
Reading Chapter 1

Please follow along as I read to you.

Click on the book to look inside

Now turn and talk with your partner.

What is this short chapter mostly about?


Visualizing the geographical setting
Visualizing the Geographical Setting

  • Reread the first paragraph of Chapter 1.

  • Picture in your mind what it is like where Esperanza lives.

  • Tell me about what you visualized.

  • What is a vineyard?

  • What are gentle slopes?

  • What might Papa mean when he says, “Our land is alive.”?

  • Place an evidence flag (post-it note) in your book on page 1 that says “Geographical Setting: Mexico”


Visualizing the geographical setting cont
Visualizing the Geographical Setting (cont.)

  • Look at the title of Chapter 1.

  • Does anyone know what Aguascalientes is?

  • Does anyone know what Aguascalientes means?

  • In Spanish, the word for water is aguaand the word for hot is caliente.

  • There will be many words in Spanish throughout this book. Try using what we learned about context clues to help you figure out what the words mean.



Jigsaw protocol part 1 building background knowledge about mexico
Jigsaw Protocol (Part 1) – Building Background Knowledge about Mexico

  • Get into groups of three and sit with your group.

  • I will give each group and folder and each person a page entitled “Background Texts about Mexico in the 1920s”.

  • Each person in the group will then be assigned a number. If I give you the number 1, you will read section 1 on the background text. If I give you number 2, you will read section 2. If I give you number 3, you will read section 3.

  • The pictures that go with each section to help you visualize are in the folder.

  • When all three of you have finished reading your assigned section you will share what it says with the rest of your group (in your own words).

  • I have given you a note-catcher to go along with the reading and pictures. You are to take notes as you read.

  • There must be silence in the room to allow everyone time to read, think, and take notes.

  • You will have 15 minutes to complete this part of the task.


Jigsaw protocol part 2 building background knowledge about mexico
Jigsaw Protocol (Part about Mexico2) – Building Background Knowledge about Mexico

  • Now you will have 10 minutes to share what you have learned with the other members of your group.

  • Each member of the group will share the important points and a brief summary.

  • The other members of the group must takes notes about what is being shared.

  • Remember the class norms for having a discussion? Be sure to use them here.


Debrief go around
Debrief – Go Around about Mexico

  • In 15 seconds or less each person in the room will describe what you learned about the geographical or historical setting of Esperanza Rising.


Homework
Homework about Mexico

  • Reread Chapter 1 and answer the “Purpose for Reading” questions. Use evidence flags (post-it notes) to mark the place in the book where you found the answer.

  • Read Chapter 2 and answer the question “What is it mostly about?”

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