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  1. “American History” by Judith Ortiz Cofer Ms. Manning English 9 Periods 3 &4 Tues 5/27 & Thurs 5/29 – 2 hours

  2. Do Now: (10 minutes) Journal Prompt: “The goal of education is the advancement of knowledge and the dissemination of truth.” – John F. Kennedy

  3. Agenda Do Now (10 minutes) Journal Agenda (1 minute) Direct Instruction (25 minutes) Vocabulary (20 minutes) Reading (25 minutes) Continue interacting-all answers should be completed by today Writing (30 minutes) Continue rough draft-due Friday – If you are finished, do Challenge exercise in step 3. Exit Slip (10 minutes)

  4. Standards & Objectives RL 3 Analyze how complex characters develop over the course of a text and interact with other characters. RL 10 Read and comprehend stories. W. 1. Write fiction OBJECTIVES: Summarize text, assess characters and observe prejudice Elena experienced, write similar fiction story.

  5. Direct Instruction (25 minutes) Making inferences about characters. To infer means to guess. When someone gives an implication, you can infer meaning. For instance, the narrator assumes Eugene will reject her, but she talks to him aninferenceyway. What does this tell you about her? Make an.

  6. Clarify Compare and Contrast OLD COUPLE EUGENE’S FAMILY Kept each other company Do not eat together Cared about each other during Father seldom home Illness Do not spend time together Argued but made up Hide behind newspapers Had a close relationship

  7. Literary Element - inferences Point of View: How does the narrator’s reaction to the news of President Kennedy’s death differ from form the reactions of those around her? Share your thoughts with a partner. Then complete the sentences: The other characters feel __________. The narrator feels ____________. This makes me think that the narrator________.

  8. Vocabulary(20 minutes) Write definitions and sentences for these words in your composition book: 1. clusters 2. dilapidated 3. intersect 4. slush 5. discreet 6.vigilant 7. enthralled 8. elation

  9. Reading Time (25 minutes) Log into CONNECT ED McGraw Hill and complete reading and writing prompts. Then answer these questions in your composition book: • Describe the protagonist Elena. • How did Elena feel about Eugene? • How did Elena’s mother feel about her daughter doing to Eugene’s house? • How did Eugene’s mother treat Elena? • What is the outcome of Elena’s visit to Eugene’s house?

  10. Writing Time (30 minutes) Spend 25 minutes writing your fiction story in Step 3 of McGraw Hill Interactive Reader. If you publish your story today, please do the Challenge Activity in Step 3.

  11. Exit Slip Today I learned…

  12. “American History” by Judith Ortiz Cofer Ms. Manning English 9 Periods 3 &4 Wednesday May 28 – 45 minutes

  13. Do Now: (10 minutes) Journal Prompt: “A child miseducated is a child lost.” – John F. Kennedy

  14. Reading: (25 minutes) Empower 3000: If you have not completed the last Lexile Test, please do so now. Newsela: Article to be chosen…

  15. Exit Slip (10 minutes) Today I learned: Write in composition book.

  16. “American History” by Judith Ortiz Cofer Ms. Manning English 9 Periods 3 &4 Friday, May 30 – 1 hour

  17. Do Now: (10 minutes)Journal Prompt

  18. Writing in Connect Ed-McGraw Hill WRITER’S WORKSHOP You have 45 minutes to complete your fiction story based with the objective of showing a character who has overcome prejudice. Please use your time wisely. CLICK PUBLISH BEFORE THE BELL RINGS! Next week, we will share and discuss your stories.