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The Good Deed. Pearl S. Buck. Goals. Content Goal- We will make inferences and compare two cultures and see how a static character becomes a dynamic one. Language Goal- We will use elaboration strategies to expand on a journal prompt. (+2).

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the good deed

The Good Deed

Pearl S. Buck

goals
Goals
  • Content Goal- We will make inferences and compare two cultures and see how a static character becomes a dynamic one.
  • Language Goal- We will use elaboration strategies to expand on a journal prompt.
  • (+2)
pre teaching vocabulary
Matching by guessing; write the definition after answers are corrected. (+9)

abashed

assailed

compelled

conferred

contemplatively

expedition

indignantly

repressed

revere

in a thoughtful or studious way

Regard with deep respect and love

Forced to do something

Embarrassed

Held back or restrained

Feeling anger as a reaction to ungratefulness

Attacked physically

Journey for a purpose

Granted or bestowed

Pre-teaching Vocabulary
author literary element
Author & Literary Element
  • Pearl Buck (p. 338)
  • Inferences (p. 339)
  • Dynamic Character (p. 339)
  • Static Character (p. 339)
  • (+4)
pre reading journal elaborate
Pre-reading Journal: elaborate
  • “Don’t judge a book by its cover” is a proverb against being superficial. When does it work to judge something by its looks and when doesn’t it work? Elaborate in five or more sentences. (+5)
  • Fact versus opinion is a major theme in this short story because opinions about beauty (superficial characteristics) open to judgment.
reading strategy squeepers
Reading Strategy “Squeepers”

Page 340-353

  • Survey- (pre-reading)preview the text, look at the pictures, read some topic sentences. What do you think this story is about? (+1)
  • Question
  • Predict
  • Response
  • Summarize

Leave 3 blank lines between each bullet.

reading strategy squeepers1
Reading Strategy “Squeepers”
  • Survey
  • Question- (pre-reading) What do you want to learn from this story? How do you think you will learn that? (+1)
  • Predict
  • Response
  • Summarize
during reading p 340 343
During Reading p. 340-343
  • There many things that old Mrs. Pan dislikes or finds upsetting. Add at least two text-based details to each of old Mrs. Pan’s limbs. (+8)

son

daughter-in-law

old Mrs. Pan

grand-children

U.S.

reading strategy squeepers2
Reading Strategy “Squeepers”
  • Survey
  • Question
  • Predict- (end p. 344)Predict what old Mrs. Pan will do in the second half of the story based on the information learned in the first half. (+1)
  • Response
  • Summarize
during reading p 344 353
During Reading p. 344-353
  • Compare marriages in China to the U.S. using a Venn diagram. Cite two text-based details in each space. (+6)

China

U.S.

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Reading Strategy “Squeepers”
  • Survey
  • Question
  • Predict
  • Response- (after reading) Was your prediction accurate? In what details were you correct or incorrect? (+1)
  • Summarize
reading strategy squeepers4
Reading Strategy “Squeepers”
  • Survey
  • Question
  • Predict
  • Response
  • Summarize- (after reading) Write a summary of how old Mrs. Pan changes through the story. (+1)
assessment cat questions
Assessment – CAT Questions

Restate the question in your answer, include text-based specific details, and write using complete sentences. (+ 3 each)

  • (LC01) What is the theme of this story? Include two details from the story to support your answer.
  • (LA07) Explain why Lili’s marriage was arranged. Include two details from the story in your answer.
  • (LT09) Evaluate old Mrs. Pan’s plans to do a good deed. What do you think of her efforts? Include two details from the story to support your opinion.
post reading journal
Post-reading Journal
  • Put yourself in old Mrs. Pan’s shoes; what are the benefits of arranged marriage?
    • Other than arranged marriage, what ways do Americans get help finding a girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, or wife?
    • Elaborate using five or more sentences. (+5)