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Cycle 1, Day 3. Reading strategies foundation unit. Reading goal: As we read, we will make predictions about events in a narrative poem. Today’s Big Question: Is it easier to predict events in a story about heroic deeds or to predict events in real life? Team Cooperation Skill:

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Reading goal:

    • As we read, we will make predictions about events in a narrative poem.
  • Today’s Big Question:
    • Is it easier to predict events in a story about heroic deeds or to predict events in real life?
  • Team Cooperation Skill:
    • Explain your ideas and tell why
british vs rebels
British vs. Rebels
  • How did the rebels’ style of fighting differ from the method the British troops used?
  • Why did the rebels call British soldiers redcoats or lobsterbacks?
predicting think pair share
Predicting: Think-Pair-Share
  • When you pick up a magazine, how do you decide if you want to read it?
  • What are some purposes of reading?
  • How might your purpose for reading affect how you read?
check out your reading goal
Check out your Reading Goal
  • T-P-S:
    • While you are reading a story, what kinds of predictions might you make?
    • How might predicting help you improve your understanding of what you read?
listening
Listening
  • Active listening position.
  • “The Ride of Jennie M’Neil” stanza 1
  • T-P-S: do you predict that this narrative poem might be similar to “The Ride of Paul Revere”? What evidence do you have?
  • “The Ride of Jennie M’Neil” stanza 2
  • From reading this, what do we know about the main character?
  • What do you predict will happen in this poem?
partner read stanzas 3 6
Partner read: stanzas 3-6

Team talk questions

  • What causes Jennie M’Neal to ride out on a stormy night?
  • How does the poet use the last lines of each stanza? Give examples.
  • Describe Jennie’s relationship with the colonel.
  • Make a prediction about what will happen next in the poem. What clues lead you to make this prediction? (write)
big question heads
Big Question - # heads
  • Did anyone predict that Jennie would be unsuccessful in her ride to ward the colonel?
  • Why would this prediction be possible but less likely?
  • Is it easier to predict events in story poems about heroic deeds or to predict events in real life?
  • Why
vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • Vocabulary Review
    • Valorous
    • Resolute
    • Steed
    • Aghast
  • Homework: read 20 minutes EVERY NIGHT!