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Week 7: October 17 th – 21 st. Unit 2: Q & A. Monday, October 17 th , 2011 (double block) Objective : by the end of this lesson… You will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt;

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Monday, October 17th, 2011 (double block)

  • Objective: by the end of this lesson…
  • You will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt;
  • Evaluate and compose mini-thesis statement(s) based on the ORQ rubric;
  • Evaluate statements based on your background and world view;
  • Summarize Mumbai’s location, economic conditions, and what the city of known for in order to build background knowledge for unit two.

Please clear your desk of backpacks, please be in dress code, and please have the weekend’s reading, “A Tale of Two Indias” on your desk…

Do Now:

  • Please respond to the following in 3-4 sentences:
  • How do you think your life would change if you won the lottery? Do you think your life would change for the better or for the worse? What would be the pros and cons?

When finished, please update your table of contents

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Monday, October 17th, 2011 (double block)

  • Objective: by the end of this lesson…
  • You will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt;
  • Evaluate and compose mini-thesis statement(s) based on the ORQ rubric;
  • Evaluate statements based on your background and world view;
  • Identify Mumbai’s location, economic conditions, and what the city of known for in order to build background knowledge for unit two.

Agenda:

  • Do Now
  • Review HW
  • Citizenship Rubric
  • “A Different Discussion About Aid” ORQ
  • “Air Mail” ORQ
  • Homework:
  • Study your vocabulary cards for Friday’s quiz!
a different discussion about aid orq

Objective By the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt

Name ______________________________

“A Different Discussion About Aid” ORQ

Read the following Open-Response Question (ORQ) and with a partner annotate it, create, a purpose question, and write an outline for it:

Based on the speech “A Different Discussion About Aid”, describe Kagame’s position on bilateral aid.

Purpose Question:

ORQ Outline:

orq mini thesis statement rubric
ORQ Mini-thesis Statement Rubric

Example Mini-thesis statements:

President Kagame says they need bilateral aid.

In his speech “A Different Discussion About Aid”, President Paul Kagame describes the need for bilateral aid.

In his speech, “A Different Discussion About Aid”, President Paul Kagame of Rwanda describes the need for bilateral aid between the United States Peace Corps and the people and government of Rwanda.

In his speech, “A Different Discussion About Aid”, Paul Kagame describes the benefits of bilateral aid when he highlights the ways in which the United States Peace Corps volunteers can learn about peace and reconciliation from Rwandans while Rwandans in turn receive aid as they work towards rebuilding their nation after the devastating genocide of 1994.

air mail orq

Objective By the end of this lesson, you will be able to identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt

Name ______________________________

“Air Mail” ORQ

Read the following Open-Response Question (ORQ). With a partner annotate it, create a purpose question, and write an outline for it:

Based on the short story “Air Mail” by Ravi Mangla, explain what Tommy and Anuridh learn about each other’s culture.

Purpose Question:

ORQ Outline:

orq mini thesis statement rubric1

DO NOT PUT YOUR NAME ON THIS!

ORQ Mini-thesis Statement Rubric

With a partner, write your own mini-thesis statement based on the “Air Mail” prompt for the gallery walk:

air mail mini thesis statement revision

Name:

“Air Mail” Mini-Thesis Statement Revision

Based on the feedback you received from your peers revise your mini-thesis statement:

guidelines for mini thesis gallery walk
Guidelines for Mini-Thesis Gallery Walk
  • Post your mini-thesis.
  • Silent gallery walk post-it notes.
  • Give each posted mini-thesis a score of 1-4 based on the rubric and then underneath your score briefly explain why you gave it the number that you did. Tell them how they can improve their mini-thesis statement!
  • This is silent and independent work! That means you should not interact with one another during this gallery walk– your focus needs to be on the work!

Objective: by the end of this lesson…

Identify all the parts of the ORQ prompt and then compose a purpose question that includes all parts of an ORQ prompt;

Compose and evaluate mini-thesis statements using the ORQ rubric;

Evaluate opinions on statements by participating in the “Take a Stand” activity

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Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

  • Objective: by the end of this lesson…
  • You will be able to evaluate statements based on your background and world view;
  • Summarize Mumbai’s location, economic conditions, and what the city of known for in order to build background knowledge for unit two;
  • Summarize the main events and characters of chapter 1 of Q & A.

Please clear your desk of backpacks/sweaters and make sure you are in dress code…

Silent Do Now:

  • Please take the next 3 minutes to:
  • Update your Unit 1 Table of Contents
  • Organize your binder
  • When finished begin working on tonight’s homework, the Lesson #1 Vocabulary Exercises.
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Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

  • Objective: by the end of this lesson…
  • You will be able to evaluate statements based on your background and world view;
  • Identify Mumbai’s location, economic conditions, and what the city of known for in order to build background knowledge for unit two.

Agenda:

  • Do Now
  • Citizenship Rubric
  • “Take a Stand”
  • Background Knowledge on Mumbai
  • Read Chapter 1!
  • Homework:
  • Vocabulary Packet!
english 10 citizenship rubric2

Name:

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 18th, 2011

English 10 Citizenship Rubric
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Objective: by the end of this lesson…

1. You will be able to evaluate opinions on statements by participating in the “Take a Stand” activity

Take a Stand Activity

For this activity, you will be using your responses to discuss four statements that have to do with the themes and essential questions of Unit 2.

  • You will receive a citizenship grade based on your participation
    • You must speak at least once in order to earn a ‘3’
    • You must be listening to others and paying attention, as shown with your body language in order to earn at least a ‘3’
  • You need to be listening to others’ responses and filling out you ‘Listening Guide’ during the activity
  • Do not put others down --- this is not a debate to “prove” who is right, but rather a discussion of ideas.
  • Be respectful of others and their thoughts
  • Be professional: one person speaks at a time (whoever has the tennis ball)
unit two take a stand activity

Objective: by the end of this lesson…

1. You will be able to evaluate opinions on statements by participating in the “Take a Stand” activity

Unit Two “Take a Stand”Activity

Put a number of 1-4 next to each of the statements below.

1=Strongly Disagree 2= Disagree 3=Agree 4=Strongly Agree

  • Committing horrible crimes is sometimes justified.
  • A person should protect their friends at all costs– even if it means putting yourself in great danger.
  • We are all shaped by the place we live in (our context determines who we are).
  • Knowledge and wisdom come from life experiences, not formal education (school and books).
  • People are usually not what they appear to be.
  • There is no such thing as good luck or bad luck– everything that happens to us is because of our choices.

Fill out the Summarizer at the end of the packet 

pre reading what you need to know
Pre-Reading: What you need to know

The novel, movie and article are all about a city in India called

Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay).

Important Facts about Mumbai:

  • The most populous cities in India and the second most

populous city in the world.

  • It is the industrial and entertainment capital of India. It is the home of Bollywood (the Indian version of Hollywood) and lots of movie stars and major corporations.
  • Some of the most wealthy, famous and powerful people in India live in Mumbai, but it also home to large slums and a large population of street children who live on the streets and support themselves and their families by begging.

Objective: Students will be able to…Identify Mumbai’s location, economic conditions, and what the city of known for in order to build background knowledge for unit two.

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Objective: Students will be able to…Identify Mumbai’s location, economic conditions, and what the city of known for in order to build background knowledge for unit two.

more information on mumbai
More information on Mumbai

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQWpefYGIIs&feature=fvst

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIzbwV7on6Q