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    • October 8 th , 2010 Good Morning 617! We had already learned what is a text-to-self connection through reading a book called “First Day Jitters” last week. Today, we will read a new story and review the idea of text-to-self connection. It is a very interesting story. You will like it! First, let me introduce the title, the author and the illustrator of this book .
    • Please copy this down into the reading section of your ESL binder. Read-Aloud October 8,2010 Title: Miss Nelson is Missing! Author: Harry Allard Illustrator: James Marshall
      • Please copy down the question into your reading section and answer the question.
      • October 8, 2010
      • What is a text-to-self connection?
      • Miss Qian’s text-to-self connections to “Miss Nelson is Missing!”
      This story reminds me of my favorite history teacher in middle school. He is a good teacher, kind and caring. I liked him very much because he always shared beautiful pictures with us and he told us interesting stories in Chinese history. That is the time I decided that one day I wanted to become a nice teacher just like him.
    • Miss Viola Swamp in the story reminds me of a teacher when I was in 9 th grade. She was an awful math teacher. I did not like her because she made us do a lot of homework and gave us bad grades all the time. She never smiled to the students and always dressed in black. She killed my interests in learning math.
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      • Here are some sentence starters to help you.
      • 1). This story reminds me of a teacher when I was in _______ grade.
      • 2). He/She was a good/bad teacher.
      • 3). I liked/ did not like the teacher because_______________________.