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HOMEWORK. WRITE A SENTENCE FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS: RELEVANT IRRELEVANT. OBJECTIVE:. STUDENTS WILL LEARN…. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RELEVANT DETAILS AND IRRELEVANT DETAILS. HOMEWORK. COMPLETE R.A.C.E. CHART TO RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTION:

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homework
HOMEWORK
  • WRITE A SENTENCE FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS:
  • RELEVANT
  • IRRELEVANT
objective
OBJECTIVE:

STUDENTS WILL LEARN….

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN

RELEVANT DETAILS AND

IRRELEVANT DETAILS

homework1
HOMEWORK
  • COMPLETE R.A.C.E. CHART TO RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING QUESTION:
  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RELEVANT DETAILS AND IRRELEVANT DETAILS?
what is the difference between relevant and irrelevant details
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RELEVANT AND IRRELEVANT DETAILS?

-relevant-

  • information that is important. A relevant detail is necessary for the claim. A details that supports the claim.

-irrelevant-

  • information that is not needed. A Detail that does not support the claim or a detail that has nothing to do with your claim.
purpose of lesson
PURPOSE OF LESSON
  • This lesson gives students a better idea as to what is an important detail and what is not an important detail.
why do we need to know how to sort relevant details from irrelevant details
WHY DO WE NEED TO KNOW HOW TO SORT RELEVANT DETAILS FROM IRRELEVANT DETAILS?
  • WHEN PEOPLE SPEAK OR WRITE TO CONVINCE OTHERS THAT THEIR IDEAS ARE IMPORTANT OR TO PERSUADE OTHER PEOPLE, WE NEED TO BE PRECISE IN WHAT DETAILS TRULY HAVE CONVINCING POWERS.

i.e. Arguing over which is a better team?

The NY Yankees or the NY Mets

Vocabulary: Convince --Persuade

practice quiz irrelevant details
PRACTICE QUIZ: IRRELEVANT DETAILS
  • http://esl.fis.edu/learners/read/irrelev3.htm
how old is jason what s relevant irrelevant
HOW OLD IS JASON?WHAT’S RELEVANT/IRRELEVANT?

1. JAS0N IS 10 YEARS YOUNGER

THAN JAMES.

2. JAMES’ FAVORITE SPORT IS

SOCCER.

3. JAMES IS 15 YEARS

OLD.

4. HOW OLD IS JASON?

LINE#_____IS_______(RELEVANT/IRRELEVANT)

BECAUSE ______________________________________________

______________________________________________________

THIS IS WHY THE DETAIL ______(DOES/DOES NOT) HELP ANSWER

THE QUESTION.

is playing on the beach is fun
IS PLAYING ON THE BEACH IS FUN?

1 Playing on the beach can be fun.

2 Lifeguards keep watch over swimmers.

3 Some people just like to sunbathe.

4 There are many things to do when you go to the beach.

5 You can swim, snorkel, surf, or even just wade in the water.

s0 what
“S0 WHAT?”
  • Sometimes when we’re talking with friends, people say, “So what?” to show that something that was said was totally unimportant. Say: “For example, if I said that I was going to the store to buy you a birthday present, and then I described in great detail what I was going to wear to the store, you might want to say, ‘So what?’ You wouldn’t really care about what I was wearing because it has nothing to do with the birthday present.”
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 If Manuel were to come to me and say, "The church is on fire."  What important information would I need to know? 

RELEVANT

v.s.

IRRELEVANT DETAILS

which of these sentences are relevant to the question the church is on fire
Which of these sentences are relevant to the question: The church is on fire?

1-The main door to the church is locked.  

2-There are 5 people inside.  

3-There are 6 kickballs in the courtyard of the church.

which sentence gives me extra information about the church that i do not need to know right now
Which sentence gives me extra information about the church that I do not need to know right now? 

1-The main door to the church is locked.  

2-There are 5 people inside.  

3-There are 6 kickballs in the courtyard of the church.

so what is the significance of determining relevant irrelevant details
SO, WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DETERMINING RELEVANT/IRRELEVANT DETAILS?
significance what are some of the long term historical effects of agriculture
SIGNIFICANCE:WHAT ARE SOME OF THE LONG TERM HISTORICAL EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURE?
  • Without agriculture we would still be living in a primitive world without much technology.
  • We would still be hunter gatherers as our ancestors were.
  • Agriculture allowed for us to settle down, build homes, and focus our attention on things other than finding food and staying warm.
  • In that sense agriculture has shaped our history and brought us to where we are today.
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I own 3 dogs.  Their names are Riley, Shadow, and Tapper.  Riley is 1 years old.  Shadow and Tapper are the same age.   When you add all 3 dogs ages it equals 7. Riley is a black lab.  Shadow and Tapper are little dogs.  How old are my 3 dogs?