Grade 7
Technology Infused Lesson
Lead4ward Heat Map
ELA Hotspot
 7.7 Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Literary
Nonfiction.
 Students understand, make inferences, and ...
Student Expectation
Student Expectations
Verb Definitions
 Understand-to grasp the meaning of
 Make inferences- the act of passing from one
proposition, statemen...
Assessment
What is the best summary of this selection?
 A Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played professional basketball for 20 years...
Digital Verbs:
(Summarizing, producing, commenting, posting)
CSCOPE Lesson
Infused Activity
 Text: Read a chapter from “GETTING SMART” prior to
class
 Use the web app www.smore.com to create a fl...
Techniques to be used while
summarizing a text
 The goal of writing a summary of an article, a single chapter or a
whole ...
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Technology Infused Lesson

  1. 1. Grade 7 Technology Infused Lesson
  2. 2. Lead4ward Heat Map
  3. 3. ELA Hotspot  7.7 Reading/Comprehension of Literary Text/Literary Nonfiction.  Students understand, make inferences, and draw conclusions about the varied structural patterns and features of literary nonfiction and provide evidence from text to support their understanding.
  4. 4. Student Expectation
  5. 5. Student Expectations
  6. 6. Verb Definitions  Understand-to grasp the meaning of  Make inferences- the act of passing from one proposition, statement, or judgment considered as true to another whose truth is believed to follow from that of the former  Draw conclusions-a final summation  Provide evidence-to supply or make available
  7. 7. Assessment What is the best summary of this selection?  A Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played professional basketball for 20 years. He won six Most Valuable Player awards and was one of the best players in NBA history. He spent a season coaching a high school team on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. The team was unable to win the state championship, even with Abdul-Jabbar’s help.  B Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was best known for his career as a professional basketball player. However, after he retired, he was not sure what he wanted to do. He decided to spend a season working with a high school basketball team on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. A head coach and assistant coaches led the team.  C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar retired from playing professional basketball after a very successful 20-year career. He later spent a season working with a high school basketball team on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. He experienced some successes while coaching during this season, but the team did not win the state championship.  D Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had a successful 20-year career playing professional basketball. After being retired for eight years, he decided to help coach a high school team on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. Abdul-Jabbar both helped the team and learned a great deal from his experiences. He later decided to pursue a career in coaching.
  8. 8. Digital Verbs: (Summarizing, producing, commenting, posting)
  9. 9. CSCOPE Lesson
  10. 10. Infused Activity  Text: Read a chapter from “GETTING SMART” prior to class  Use the web app www.smore.com to create a flyer that summarizes the chapter that you read  Review the techniques/rubric to be used when summarizing before you publish your flyer  Publish your finished flyer to twitter and include #castleberryisd  Review posted flyers and add helpful comments and feedback
  11. 11. Techniques to be used while summarizing a text  The goal of writing a summary of an article, a single chapter or a whole book is to offer as accurately as possible the full sense of the original, but in a more condensed form.  As you read the article, restate the ideas of the source in different words and phrases (take notes by paragragh) As you review your work, make sure that your summary is:  Comprehensive: You have included in your summary, all of the author’s major ideas, assertions and findings  Accurate: in your choice of words and paraphrasing you did not misrepresent the author’s ideas  Neutral: you tried to be objective and fair and did not include your own evaluation or comments  Independent: a person who has not read the source text can understand what you have written
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