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Cycle 1, Day 4. Reading strategies foundation unit. Reading goal: As we read, we will summarize the action in a narrative poem. Today’s Big Question: Why do stories of heroic deeds make us feel good? Team Cooperation Skill: Explain your ideas and tell why. Jennie and Muskets.

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Reading goal:

    • As we read, we will summarize the action in a narrative poem.
  • Today’s Big Question:
    • Why do stories of heroic deeds make us feel good?
  • Team Cooperation Skill:
    • Explain your ideas and tell why
jennie and muskets
Jennie and Muskets
  • Do you predict Jennie will be hit by a musket ball?
  • What is a musket?
  • How long do you think it would take to reload a musket?
  • Since the redcoats firing on Jennie are pursuing her on horseback, how might that affect their marksmanship?
check out your reading goal
Check out your Reading Goal
  • T-P-S:
  • Would you tell your friend every event that occurred from the moment you arrived at the concert to the moment you left? Why or why not?
listening
Listening
  • Active listening position.
  • “The Ride of Jennie M’Neil” stanza 7-8.
  • Listen to my “think aloud” list of events.
  • Now how do we make that a summary?
partner read stanzas 9 12
Partner read: stanzas 9-12

Team talk questions

  • List the important events from stanzas 9-12. Write a summary of the actions in your own words. (write)
  • Who is the owner of the horse Jennie rides? Why is the owner’s reaction to her theft surprising?
  • In the first stanza the poet refers to patriotic deeds. Do you think Jennie put herself at risk because of patriotism? Explain.
  • In the last stanza, what quality about Jennie does the poet want us to admire?
big question heads
Big Question - # heads
  • How do you feel when you finished reading this poem?
  • Can you think of some contemporary songs or stories that deal with heroic or patriotic deeds?
  • Story Map it!
vocabulary review
Vocabulary Review
  • Vocabulary Review
    • Valorous Phantom
    • Resolute Impetuous
    • Steed Heedless
    • Aghast dauntless
  • Homework: read 20 minutes EVERY NIGHT!