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  1. Uncle Jed’s Barbershop Unit 4, Lesson 7, Day 2 U4L7D2PK

  2. Essential Questions for Day 1 • Unit: What role does money play in our lives? • Story: How would you feel if you saved a lot of money for something you wanted and then had to spend it on something else? or someone else? U4L7D2PK

  3. equipment • tools and supplies used for a given purpose • noun U4L7D2PK

  4. sharecroppers • people who farm someone else’s land and are paid with a share of the crops • noun U4L7D2PK

  5. exchange • trade one thing for another • verb U4L7D2PK

  6. examine • look in detail • verb U4L7D2PK

  7. delayed • caused to wait • verb U4L7D2PK

  8. failing • losing all of its money • verb U4L7D2PK

  9. Genre – Historical Fiction • The setting occurs sometime in the past. • The plot reflects events or problems of the period. • The details about clothing, tools, and food are authentic to the period. • Often, but not always, the story is based on actual historical events and people of the period. U4L7D2PK

  10. Comprehension SkillCause and Effect • We identify cause and effect to help us understand what we read. • Sometimes there are causal indicators that help us find cause and effect. These causal indicators are: • since • because • so • therefore • as a result of • in order to U4L7D2PK

  11. Comprehension SkillCause and Effect • After we identify causes and effects we want to use this information to make inferences and draw conclusions. • We will do the first couple together and then you will work with your reading partner to complete the graphic organizer and record your inferences and conclusions. U4L7D2PK

  12. Essential Question • How can identifying causes and effects help us understand the story better? U4L7D2PK