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Cycle 1, Day 2. Reading strategies foundation unit. Reading goal: As we read, we will ask ourselves questions to help us better understand a narrative poem. Today’s Big Question: Can a heroic deed involve breaking the law or defying authority? Team Cooperation Skill:

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Reading goal:

    • As we read, we will ask ourselves questions to help us better understand a narrative poem.
  • Today’s Big Question:
    • Can a heroic deed involve breaking the law or defying authority?
  • Team Cooperation Skill:
    • Explain your ideas and tell why
paul revere s ride
Paul Revere’s Ride
  • Listen to Stanzas 4-7
  • Discuss with your group (# heads)
    • What do you know about the Battles of Lexington and Concord?
  • Why would this shot be “heard round the world”?
clarifying think pair share
Clarifying: Think-Pair-Share
  • How can clarifying help you to become a better reader and writer?
check out your reading goal
Check out your Reading Goal
  • T-P-S:
    • Why would you want to ask yourself questions like “Why did that happen?” while you read?
    • What is the benefit or goal of questioning?
listening
Listening
  • Active listening position.
  • What questions come to mind as you listen?
  • Listen a second time.
  • Can you answer your own questions?
  • Identify what questions you still need answered if any.
partner read stanzas 9 13
Partner read: stanzas 9-13

Team talk questions

  • What is the “bloody work” referred to in the last line of stanza 10?
  • Write a question that will help your partner check his or her comprehension of stanza 11. Remember that the answer to a comprehension question is usually in the text.
  • Write an open-ended question about the poem that you think will make a good discussion question. Remember that a good discussion question has more than one possible answer. (write)
  • How does the poet feel about Paul Revere’s ride? Support your answer.
big question heads
Big Question - # heads
  • Do you think Paul Revere’s ride qualifies as a heroic deed? Why or why not?
  • Can a heroic deed involve breaking the law or defying authority?
vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • Vocabulary Review
    • Heedless
    • Resolute
    • Valorous
    • Impetuous
  • Homework: read 20 minutes EVERY NIGHT!