The View From Saturday Day 1
Outcomes • Build vocabulary by finding words related to the lesson concept • Listen for plot elements • Identify and analyze plot events • Use plot events to predict • Build background using a web • Define lesson vocabulary words
Question of the Week How can different generations be resources?
READ ALOUD“Walk Two Moons” • What is the conflict in the story? How is it resolved? • What do you think about Salamanca’s mother’s rejection of the term “Native American”? Pair-Share
Concept Web Discuss how the words connect Generations Interaction Family Relationships Legacy History
Concept Vocabulary • background- heritage I like southern fried food since the south is a big part of my background. • judge- to form an opinion about someone or something Some people are quick to judge people based on their appearance. • native- belonging by birth to a specific nation or culture People that are born in Alaska are native to Alaska.
Word Sort • Sort the following words on the concept web traditions judge native background ceremonies
Plot • Bullet one: teacher • Bullet two: choral read • Bullet three: teacher • Strategy: cloze read Plot is one of 4 story elements along with setting, character, and theme. TAKING NOTES
Jarrett’s Journal • Paragraph 1: Teacher • Paragraph 2: Girls • Paragraph 3: Boys • Paragraph 4: Choral • Paragraph 5: Teacher • Paragraph 6: Girls • Paragraph 7: Boys **Complete write to read activity. • Make a graphic organizer to describe the plot of the story. Decide which key event is a foreshadowing. • Use your graphic organizer to write a short summary.
The View From Saturday Story Vocabulary
Words to Know accustomed decline former presence unaccompanied
Guess the word I am thinking of a word that means “ used to doing something a certain way” rare accustomed
Guess the word I am thinking of a word that means “ in the past or earlier” former right now
Guess the word I am thinking of a word that means “ growing worse in beauty, health, etc.” increase decline
Guess the word I am thinking of a word that means “ being present or right there in a place” presence absent
Guess the word I am thinking of a word that means “ alone” unaccompanied together
Read Aloud“ An Invitation to a Wedding” Cloze Read
Day 1 Agenda • English • Introduce concept/skill for the week • Power teach concept/skill to partner • Practice concept/skill • Read Aloud Chapter Book • Pair-share 2-3 times • Writing
EXIT SLIP: Matching antonyms unaccompanied absence decline accompanied former rise presence now