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  1. 2 Chunk Body Paragraph Night

  2. Embedding Your Quotes • ‘C’ level context: Wiesel says,“Why did I pray? A strange question. Why did I live? Why did I breathe?” (Wiesel 2). • ‘B’ level context: After Wiesel’s religious guide Moshe asks Wiesel why this boy spends so much time in prayer, Wiesel replies,“Why did I pray? A strange question. Why did I live? Why did I breathe?” (Wiesel 2). • ‘A’ level context. To create ‘A’ level context the writer must FLAWLESSLY embed the passage from the text with the writer’s own sentence: After Wiesel’s religious guide asks Wiesel why he spends so much time praying, Wiesel decides it is a “strange question” (Wiesel 2) as praying comes so naturally he has never wondered why he does it.

  3. Embedding Your Quotes • ‘C’ level context: Wiesel says,“I believed profoundly. During the day I studied the Talmud, and at night I ran to the synagogue weep over the destruction of the Temple” (Wiesel 1). • ‘B’ level context: Wiesel describes his worship schedule when he is a young boy by saying,“I [believe] profoundly. During the day I stud[y] the Talmud, and at night I [run] to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the Temple” (Wiesel 1). • ‘A’ level context (to create A level context the writer must FLAWLESSLY embed the passage from the text with the writer’s own sentence: As a young boy whose life revolves around religion Wiesel “…believe[s] profoundly. During the day [he] studie[s] the Talmud, and at night [he runs] to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the Temple” (Wiesel 1).

  4. First Chunk • “I believed profoundly. During the day I studied the Talmud, and at night I ran to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the Temple” (Wiesel 1). • Make your point as clearly as possible. This may require more than two sentences of commentary. • TS: Describe Elie Wiesel’s faith in the beginning of the novel. • C+CD: Embed “passage” (Wiesel__). • CM1: What is going on in this specific passage and how does Wiesel demonstrate his level of faith in this specific situation? • CM2: Why or how is the evidence significant to Wiesel’s faith? His future? This is the BIG PICTURE CM. Do not restate the obvious • Transition + C + CD: Wed • CM1: Wed • CM2: Wed • CS: Wed

  5. Day 1Task • Using the passage from the previous slide write the first half of your first body paragraph (in the beginning…). • Be sure to stay in present tense. • Embed your passage using adequate background information (who is speaking? where is Wiesel? who is he with?). • Use notes from your ESA chart to create interesting, thorough CMs.

  6. Checking Your First Chunk • “I believed profoundly. During the day I studied the Talmud, and at night I ran to the synagogue to weep over the destruction of the Temple” (Wiesel 1). • Make your point as clearly as possible. This may require more than two sentences of commentary. • TS: Did you name Wiesel and describe his faith in the beginning of the novel? • C+CD: Did you embed your “passage” (Wiesel__). • CM1:Did you describe WHAT is going on in the passage? Who? What? When? Where? If you repeated ANY words from the quote your must cut them now. • CM2: Did you create a BIG PICTURE CM by answering a HOW or WHY question? Why is Wiesel…? How is Wiesel’s behavior…? • Transition + C + CD: Wed • CM1: Wed • CM2: Wed • CS: Wed

  7. SecondChunk • “Choose a passage from your ESA evidence chart” (Wiesel ___). • Make your point as clearly as possible. This may require more than two sentences of commentary. • TS: Mon, Tues • C+CD: Mon, Tues • CM1: Mon, Tues • CM2: Mon, Tues • Transition + C + CD: Embed “passage” (Wiesel__). • CM1: What is going on in this specific passage?Who? What? Where? When?How does Wiesel demonstrate his level of faith in this specific situation? • CM2: Why or how is the evidence significant to Wiesel’s faith? His future? This is the BIG PICTURE CM. • CS: Final thoughts on Wiesel’s faith at this point in novel.

  8. Day 2Task • Using the passage from your ESA evidence chart to write the second half of body paragraph one (In addition…). • Be sure to stay in present tense. • After transitioning to your second passage, embedyour passage using adequate background information. • Use notes from your ESA chart to create interesting, thorough CMs.