Standards: ELAGSE7SL1, ELAGSE7RL7, ELAGSE7RL9, ELAGSE7RL10, ELAGSE7L4, ELAGSE7RL1, ELAGSE7RL2
• To compare and contrast a fictional portrayal of a time and place to the history of the same period SO I can better understand how authors use history to shape their stories.
• To compare and contrast a written story, drama to it filmed and stage versions SO I can analyze the effects and techniques unique to each medium.
1. Cite textual evidence to support the analysis of the text as well as draw inferences from the text…
2. Determine a theme of a text and analyze its development over the course of the text…
3. Analyze how particular elements of a story or drama interact…
SO I can engage more effectively with the text.
MONDAY: 1. Finish reading chapter 13. 2. Go over chapters 12 and 13 comprehension questions. 3. Quick vocabulary review. 4. Begin chapter 14.
Homework: Study tonight for your quiz. Ch. 11-13 Vocab-204ieu4
TUESDAY: 1. Vocabulary quiz over chapters 11-13. 2. Finish reading chapter 14.
WEDNESDAY: 1. Warm Up. 2. Read the summaries for chapters 15 and 16. Read chapter 17.
THURSDAY: 1. Brainstorm: What did you use and discard yesterday that was made of plastic?. 2. Students read two informational text: Tiny Plastic, Big Problem and “What a Dump!” – Answer related questions.
FRIDAY: Students will received guided notes to fill out as we watch the videos to complete our STEM assignments.
- Plastic Pollution: How Humans are Turning the World into Plastic
- Life Cycle of a Plastic Bottle
- Keeping Plastic out of the Ocean
- Plastic Pollution Guided Notes-Nov 28th-yjbah9