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Do Now (5 min). Write about a defining moment in your life. In other words, write about an experience you’ve had that has played a big part in making you who you are. Defining Moments: Oranges. Activity 1.7 . Agenda. Do Now (5 min) Objectives (2 min)

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Do now 5 min

Do Now (5 min)

Write about a defining moment in your life.

In other words, write about an experience you’ve had that has played a big part in making you who you are.


Defining moments oranges

Defining Moments: Oranges

Activity 1.7


Do now 5 min

Agenda

  • Do Now (5 min)

  • Objectives (2 min)

  • Independently Read Oranges (5 min)

  • Read Oranges as a Class (10 min)

  • Why are Oranges and Eleven included in this section called “Defining Moments”? (5 min)

  • TPCASTT Explained (10 min)

  • Connotation vs. Denotation (10 min)

  • Applying TPCASTT (5 min)

  • Closing (1 min)

  • Exit Slip (2 min)

  • Participation Grades (3 min)


Objectives 2 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Objectives (2 min)

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Analyze the poem Oranges

    • Determine the theme of a poem

    • Distinguish between a words connotation and denotation

Language (How you will master the knowledge)

By:

  • Writing notes on a TPCASTT graphic organizer

  • Writing notes on a TPCASTT graphic organizer

  • Completing a worksheet


Independently read oranges 5 min
Independently Read Oranges (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT: Analyze the poem Oranges by writing notes in a TPCASTT graphic organizer

On p. 23 read the poem Oranges


Read oranges as a class 10 min
Read Oranges as a Class (10 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT: Analyze the poem Oranges by writing notes in a TPCASTT graphic organizer

On p. 23 read the poem Oranges


Why are oranges and eleven included in this section called defining moments 5 min
Why are Oranges and Eleven included in this section called “Defining Moments”? (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT: Analyze the poem Oranges by writing notes in a TPCASTT graphic organizer

Why are Oranges and Eleven included in this section called “Defining Moments”?

The both have the same theme

a writers central idea or message about life


Tpcastt explained 10 min
TPCASTT Explained (10 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT: Analyze the poem Oranges by writing notes in a TPCASTT graphic organizer

T

P

C

A

S

T

T

TitleMake a prediction. What do you think the title means before you read the poem.

ParaphraseRestate the main ideas of the poem in your own words.

ConnotationWhat words/phrases suggest beyond their literal meaning. The idea/feeling a word causes in your mind.

AttitudeDescribe the speaker’s attitude. Use specific adjectives (descriptive words) to describe your ideas.

ShiftDescribe where the poem appears to shift, either in subject, speaker, or tone.

Theme

What do you think is the underlying message about life expressed in this poem?

Title revisitedRe-examine the title. What do you think it means now in the context of the poem?


Connotation vs denotation worksheet 15 min
Connotation vs. Denotation Worksheet (15 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT: Distinguish between a words connotation and denotation by Completing a worksheet

Denotation:

Connotation:

the dictionary meaning of a word

the emotions or associations attached

to a word

Connotations can either be positive

or negative


Connotation vs denotation worksheet 15 min1
Connotation vs. Denotation Worksheet (15 min)

Scrawny and Thin

Denotation:

Connotation:

the dictionary meaning of a word

the emotions or associations attached

to a word


Connotation vs denotation worksheet 15 min2
Connotation vs. Denotation Worksheet (15 min)

Vagrant and Homeless person

Denotation:

Connotation:

the dictionary meaning of a word

the emotions or associations attached

to a word


Connotation vs denotation worksheet 15 min3
Connotation vs. Denotation Worksheet (15 min)

Fat and Big Boned

Denotation:

Connotation:

the dictionary meaning of a word

the emotions or associations attached

to a word




Applying tpcastt 5 min
Applying TPCASTT (5 min)

  • Objective: SWBAT: Analyze the poem Oranges by writing notes in a TPCASTT graphic organizer

T

P

C

A

S

T

T

Let’s start now, but we will finish this tomorrow!


Closing 1 min

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Create rough draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Create class-wide final-draft classroom norms for 10 different situations

    • Define the word “norm” and explain why it is important to have norms

Closing (1 min)

  • Did you master the following objectives?

  • Content (The knowledge you’ll master today)

  • SWBAT:

    • Analyze the poem Oranges

    • Determine the theme of a poem

Language (How you will master the knowledge)

By:

  • Writing notes on a TPCASTT graphic organizer

  • Writing notes on a TPCASTT graphic organizer


Do now 5 min

Exit Slip (3 min)

  • What is the theme of Eleven and Oranges


Do now 5 min

SMART (Participation) Grade (5 min)

Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.*

Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values:

CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T.

S = Self-Controlled

M = Motivated

A = Accountable

R = Respectful

T = Timely

What do you deserve today?

*One point for each core-value (5 points possible each day). I reserve the right to change these grades.


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