Reading 3
IECP
Fall 2013
Nikki Mattson
Agenda
•
•
•
•

Warm up
VP 8 quiz
Novel quiz
RE 4B text
See it in a whole new light
• Interpret or understand something in a very different way
than before
Practice
• What is something that you see in a whole
new light after coming to the U.S?
• I used to think _____ was boring...
VP 8 Quiz
Novel Quiz
DREAM WEAVERS
Pg. 66 – “Before You Read” and Part
A
Pre-reading

hat are high-tech textiles?
hat are some examples of high-tech textiles from the video?
o you think that high...
Pg. 67, line 5 – One of his inventions, a jacket that stays suspended in the
air like a balloon after it has taken off…
Pg. 67, line 11 – Alex Soza is one of many dreamers and pioneers who are
turning textile fantasies intro realities.
Pg. 67 , line 31 – While not all companies are forthcoming about their
products for fear of having their ideas stolen…
Pg. 68, line 53 – They have inserted the spider-silk protein gene into goats,
thereby causing them to produce spider-silk ...
Pg. 69, line 111 – One of the most important areas of clothing innovation is for
military purposes.
Pg. 69, line 123 – The researchers at Natick are also working on portable
buildings that are made of….
Pg. 69, line 127 - …these building materials would allow a team to build a
structure large enough to hold airplanes in a f...
Pg. 69, line 131 – The largest air beams…are so rigid that you can hang a
heavy truck from one.
Pg. 69, line 139 - ..artistic jacket that defies gravity to smart aprons to
invisible military uniforms…
Pg. 69, line 142 – Who can foresee what these textile pioneers will dream up
next?
4B Text
) Reading
s (blue) read lines 1-64

s (green) read lines 65-end
) Summarizing and listening (approximately 10 minu...
HW
omplete the green/blue handout for 4B = Wednesday
omplete VP 9 = Wednesday
nit 4 Reading Explorer Test = Friday (vocabu...
October 28 -25. vp 8 quiz, novel quiz, re 4 b text
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  1. 1. Reading 3 IECP Fall 2013 Nikki Mattson
  2. 2. Agenda • • • • Warm up VP 8 quiz Novel quiz RE 4B text
  3. 3. See it in a whole new light • Interpret or understand something in a very different way than before
  4. 4. Practice • What is something that you see in a whole new light after coming to the U.S? • I used to think _____ was boring, but now I see it in a whole new light because… • I have seen (person) in a whole new light since…
  5. 5. VP 8 Quiz
  6. 6. Novel Quiz
  7. 7. DREAM WEAVERS Pg. 66 – “Before You Read” and Part A
  8. 8. Pre-reading hat are high-tech textiles? hat are some examples of high-tech textiles from the video? o you think that high-tech textiles are a good use of time and resources? o you think hig-tech textiles will become popular for average individuals in the near future?
  9. 9. Pg. 67, line 5 – One of his inventions, a jacket that stays suspended in the air like a balloon after it has taken off…
  10. 10. Pg. 67, line 11 – Alex Soza is one of many dreamers and pioneers who are turning textile fantasies intro realities.
  11. 11. Pg. 67 , line 31 – While not all companies are forthcoming about their products for fear of having their ideas stolen…
  12. 12. Pg. 68, line 53 – They have inserted the spider-silk protein gene into goats, thereby causing them to produce spider-silk protein…
  13. 13. Pg. 69, line 111 – One of the most important areas of clothing innovation is for military purposes.
  14. 14. Pg. 69, line 123 – The researchers at Natick are also working on portable buildings that are made of….
  15. 15. Pg. 69, line 127 - …these building materials would allow a team to build a structure large enough to hold airplanes in a fraction of the time…
  16. 16. Pg. 69, line 131 – The largest air beams…are so rigid that you can hang a heavy truck from one.
  17. 17. Pg. 69, line 139 - ..artistic jacket that defies gravity to smart aprons to invisible military uniforms…
  18. 18. Pg. 69, line 142 – Who can foresee what these textile pioneers will dream up next?
  19. 19. 4B Text ) Reading s (blue) read lines 1-64 s (green) read lines 65-end ) Summarizing and listening (approximately 10 minutes) – As (blue) summarize your reading and Bs (green) listen and check information that is given (column 1) – Bs (green) summarize your reading and As (blue) listen and check information that is given (column 1) ) Answering the questions (column 2) – Work together to answer the questions on the handouts (column 2) – I will collect this handout and grade your answers in column 2
  20. 20. HW omplete the green/blue handout for 4B = Wednesday omplete VP 9 = Wednesday nit 4 Reading Explorer Test = Friday (vocabulary, main idea, inference, detail, and pronoun)

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