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Unit 1: Cultural Conversations Activity 1.7: Connecting Cultural Identity to Theme. Bell Ringer!. In your SpringBoard book , answer the following question on p. 34: What do you already know about India, or Bharatavarsha , as its people refer to it in the Hindi language?.

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bell ringer
Bell Ringer!
  • In your SpringBoard book, answer the following questionon p. 34:
  • What do you already know about India, or Bharatavarsha, as its people refer to it in the Hindi language?
class discussion mohandas gandhi
Class discussion – Mohandas Gandhi
  • Let’s watch a short video on the life of Mohandas Gandhi, considered the “Father of India” for his courage in helping his country gain independence from the British…
india and gandhi in context
India and Gandhi, in context…
  • Now that we have watched the video, I will read you some textual information about Gandhi. Take as many notes as you can, in the margin of p. 34. This is an exercise in listening! Make sure you are paying attention and writing down anything that strikes you as an important biographical detail about Gandhi.
  • Try to answer question #2 on p. 34 to the best of your ability. In what context have you heard the name Gandhi? To whom would you compare his methods and his contributions to society?
group work and discussion
Group Work and Discussion

Pay attention and read this carefully – it’s not complicated but you have to focus!

You will be reading the short story “By Any Other Name” by Santha Rama Rau.

We will read the first page together.

With your groups, take turns reading and answering the Key Ideas and Details questions in the margin. While one person reads, the next person to the left is in charge of answering the next question. Keep rotating around the table – the next person to the left will read, and the person next to them answers the next question. Keep going in the circle until you finish the story and everyone has had at least one chance to read.

before you go
Before you go…

Answer questions 4-6 on p. 40, and complete the Check Your Understanding section at the bottom of the page. I will walk around and help you with that!

Make sure you have completed p. 40 before you leave today!

homework come on ms kelly give us a break
Homework…COME ON, Ms. Kelly, give us a BREAK!

If you have finished all of your work through to p. 40, you are free! No homework for you today, except Reading Plus.

If not, tear out p. 40, take it home, and bring it next class.