UNIT 2- MIGRATION STORIESLesson 11: Compare and Contrast Signals              Words and Phrases
INDEPENDENT READING   Get an SSR book and read for 15 minutes.   On page 11 of your workbook     Record one way that th...
WORD STUDY          Parallel (adj) Two things that are side by  side and have the same distance           between them.
WORD STUDY    Prominent (adj) Important or famous
WORD STUDY     Contrary (adj) Opposite in opinion,    direction or meaning
READ-ALOUD/THINK-ALOUD Recall   the events of the last reading.   How has Mike changed?   What do you think of Mr. Cran...
CLASSROOM CONVERSATION What  seems important about  Captain Taylor’s conversation with  Mike? What else seemed important...
WHOLE CLASS INSTRUCTIONCOMPARISON AND CONTRAST SIGNALSWORDS AND PHRASES
COMPARISON AND CONTRAST SIGNALSComparison  and Contrast Signals Sheet Page 105“The   Pony Express” Page 197Chunking    ...
INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP WORK   Comparison and Contrast Signals     Draft a paragraph describing the similarities      bet...
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Lesson 11

  1. 1. UNIT 2- MIGRATION STORIESLesson 11: Compare and Contrast Signals Words and Phrases
  2. 2. INDEPENDENT READING Get an SSR book and read for 15 minutes. On page 11 of your workbook  Record one way that the author signals importance in your SSR reading.  Don’t forget to record the title and date Record your reading on page 33 of your workbook
  3. 3. WORD STUDY Parallel (adj) Two things that are side by side and have the same distance between them.
  4. 4. WORD STUDY Prominent (adj) Important or famous
  5. 5. WORD STUDY Contrary (adj) Opposite in opinion, direction or meaning
  6. 6. READ-ALOUD/THINK-ALOUD Recall the events of the last reading.  How has Mike changed?  What do you think of Mr. Crandon? Reading Strategy: Determining Importance Look for the target words Read Pages: 87-93 in A Family Apart Stopping Points:  Page 89: How do I know this is important?  Page 90, Paragraph 4: Repetition
  7. 7. CLASSROOM CONVERSATION What seems important about Captain Taylor’s conversation with Mike? What else seemed important in today’s reading? Sacrifice is a BIG THEME, what other sacrifices do you remember from the book? How does migration play a role in the novel?
  8. 8. WHOLE CLASS INSTRUCTIONCOMPARISON AND CONTRAST SIGNALSWORDS AND PHRASES
  9. 9. COMPARISON AND CONTRAST SIGNALSComparison and Contrast Signals Sheet Page 105“The Pony Express” Page 197Chunking Information
  10. 10. INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP WORK Comparison and Contrast Signals  Draft a paragraph describing the similarities between St. Joseph Missouri and Lower Manhattan  Draft a paragraph describing the differences between St. Joseph Missouri and Lower Manhattan  Highlight the signal words that you used Read the paragraphs that you have written to a partner  Have your partner identify the signal words that you used

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