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(B) Do Now (3 min.). Select one of these quotes to write about: “I’m great; I’ve already got this.” “I just don’t care.” “I’ve tried before; I just can’t get better. For your quote, answer 1. When have you felt this? 2. What was the effect? . (M) In and Out. Enter and Exit Silently

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b do now 3 min
(B) Do Now (3 min.)
  • Select one of these quotes to write about:
    • “I’m great; I’ve already got this.”
    • “I just don’t care.”
    • “I’ve tried before; I just can’t get better.
  • For your quote, answer

1. When have you felt this?2. What was the effect?

m in and out
(M) In and Out
  • Enter and Exit Silently
  • Class begins as soon as you enter
    • I expect eye contact and a greeting (handshake, daps, etc.)
    • Grab any materials in the wire bin
    • Sit and begin Do Now
      • Reading Quiz  Another Task
  • Class doesn’t end until you Exit
    • Read when you finish your exit ticket
    • The bell and one sentence from myself (or Ms. Stolz) dismisses you.
b measuring our progress
(B) Measuring our Progress

You’ll answer questions at the end of each unit (about 5 weeks) about how often you read, write, speak and listen.

You’ll answer questions about what and how you learned at the end of every week.

You’ll answer questions on assessments. (M)

You’ll take the NWEA MAP next week and toward the end of the school year. (B)

You’ll complete projects at the end of every unit. (M)

grades help me communicate your progress m
Grades help me communicate your progress. (M)

Follow along on your document entitled “ENG II Assignments and Grading Overview.” (B)

½ your HW: Have your guardian read and sign this tonight. Any questions can be recorded on the back.

b do now 3 min1
(B) Do Now (3 min.)

Do you believe everything everyone tells you?

2. Why or why not?

m vocab at a glance
(M) Vocab at a Glance
  • claim- to state that something is true
  • justify- to prove that a claim is reasonable
  • evidence- information used to support or refute claims
  • schema- your existing knowledge and beliefs
  • inference- a conclusion reached on the basis of reasoning that uses immediate evidence and prior knowledge.
m objective
(M) Objective

Will we be able to identify when a claim needs evidence?

Will we be able to add evidence to claims that need it?

m agenda
(M) Agenda
  • Cornell Notes on 3 types of claims
    • (watch me/Ms. S think tell them apart)
  • White Board Practice telling claims apart
    • Break into two groups
    • Independent Practice (on paper)
  • (Watch me/Ms. S find evidence to support a claim)
    • Guided Practice (on paper)
    • Independent Practice (on paper)
    • Exit Ticket
b key ideas
(B) Key Ideas
  • Claims about just your experience don’t require evidence.

“I enjoy eating broccoli” does not require evidence.

  • Truth claims require evidence.

“Broccoli is healthy” requiresevidence.

  • “Because” tells us that the speaker is making a truth claim about a cause and effect. It does not always mean evidence is present.

“Broccoli is healthy because it helps prevent heart disease.” requires evidence.

m how do you know if a claim needs evidence
(M) How do you know if a claim needs evidence?

Does the statement claim to be . . .

. . . true for just the speaker? (no evidence needed)

or

. . . true for everyone? (evidence needed)

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(M)

Hot chips are unhealthy because they contain harmful ingredients, such as saturated fats and sodium, which in high volume have been linked with high blood pressure and even diabetes. The American Diabetes Association suggests the following: “to lower you risk of heart disease, try to eat less of the unhealthy fats – saturated and trans fat.” Additionally, “decreasing the amount of sodium in the diet can help many people lower their blood pressure. Lowering blood pressure also means you are decreasing your risk for heart attack or stroke, both of which are common diabetes complications” (from diabetes.org).

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(B)

I enjoy reading because it helps me become a better person. I get pulled into the story and fall in love with the characters. They become my friends, my enemies, my mentors. I learn from them, and I learn with them. It all comes down to this: because I enjoy learning, I enjoy reading. Reading makes you a better person.

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(M)

I enjoy reading, and I have from a young age. A feeling comes over me when I’m swept up into a text that is even better than a great movie. I feel passive in movies; I just sit back and enjoy, but when I get into a good book, I lean in and interact with the characters.

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(S)

I’ve always enjoyed reading partially because I thought it helped me become a better person by forcing me to consider perspectives that are very different than mine. Apparently, I’m not alone; three psychologists from the University of Toronto recently published results of a study that support this idea of mine: “Exposure to literature,” the researchers write in the Creativity Research Journal, “may offer a (way for people) to become more likely to open their minds.” Their study showed that individuals who read complex texts were better prepared for complex events in the real world because they had more exposure to the confusion one experiences in the face of complexity.

white boards baby
White Boards, Baby!

Write only answers

Hold answers up only when told

Wipe quickly when told

Keep your answers hidden from your neighbor

Return all markers to their cases when finished

round one who does this claim apply to1
Round One: Who does this claim apply to?

Hustle and Flow is my favorite movie.

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A: Just the speaker

Does it require evidence?

round one who does this claim apply to2
Round One: Who does this claim apply to?

PCA is one of the best charter schools in Memphis.

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A: Everyone

Does it require evidence?

round one who does this claim apply to3
Round One: Who does this claim apply to?

Jefferson is presented as a victim by Gaines, but he is treated like a villain by the novel’s court.

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A: Everyone

Does it require evidence?

round one who does this claim apply to4
Round One: Who does this claim apply to?

When I first came to PCA, I was intimidated.

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A: Just the speaker

Does it require evidence?

round one who does this claim apply to5
Round One: Who does this claim apply to?

When I had only read the first few chapters, I didn’t respect Jefferson.

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A: Just the speaker

Does it require evidence?

round two which claim needs evidence1
Round Two: Which claim needs evidence?

1. Miss Emma and Tante Lou are overweight because they are both described as really large in the first chapter.

2. The narrator tell us that Miss Emma wasn’t really paying attention during the trial: “She was not even listening . . . She knew, as we all knew, what the outcome would be” (4).

round two which claim needs evidence2
Round Two: Which claim needs evidence?

1. Jefferson was a thief because he tried to steal money from Mr. Grope; when he was caught “he had money stuffed inside his jacket pocket” (6).

2. Jefferson was just at the wrong place at the wrong time. He had no intention of harming anyone, so his sentencing is really unfair; maybe he should get in trouble for stealing, but nobody gets the death penalty for stealing a few dollars and some whiskey.

independent practice
Independent Practice

Go to list A.

Circle personal claims

Underline truth claims that need evidence.

remaining agenda
Remaining Agenda
  • When all S in group finish IP, move on to Model w/ Harold’s example (B)
  • Guided practice: Find evidence for . . . : (on paper )
    • just a claim w/o evidence (include a teacher copy w/ acceptable answers)
    • claim w/o evidence and a personal claim (circle PC; underline TC w/o evidence)
    • all three (circle PC; underline TC w/o evidence)
  • IP same as ET (but w/o help)
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  • Early Finishers:
  • 1. Make a personal claim
  • 2. Make a truth claims that needs evidence
  • 3. Make a truth claims and use evidence
  • 4. Repeat!
exit ticket
Exit Ticket

Do not forget your name!

Read when you finish.

Remain silent until you are in the hall way.