DO NOW
First, we’ll finish our TESTS from Friday
Find your folders!
When you are done…

• Independent reading book
• Try t...
DO NOW
Today we will be having
“Discussion Appointments”
Guess!

• What could a “Discussion Appointment”
be?
• How might t...
A Long Walk to Water
Learning Objectives

I can effectively engage in discussions with
different Discussion Appointment pa...
A Long Walk to Water
New Protocol

Discussion Appointments
• Talk about text with many partners

• Sign up for five (5) “a...
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments

Set up your appointments!
• Three (3) minutes to meet with
classmates

• Whe...
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments
Set up your appointments!
• Each “location” appointment will be on
a differen...
A Long Walk to Water
Theme

“Themes in Literature”

Read the definition on the handout

• What does this definition mean?
...
A Long Walk to Water
Vocabulary

Have you figured it out?
Back of the notebook!
Theme= the message(s) the author is
trying...
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments

Juba Partner
• Re-read the 12 themes listed on the
handout

• Highlight thre...
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments
Themes that fit the novel:

•
•
•
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments
Themes that fit the novel:

•
•
•
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments
Themes that fit the novel:

•
•
•
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments

Central Theme – focus on one theme
• Individuals are able to survive in chal...
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointment
Juba Partners

• What are some challenges that these two
characters have faced...
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments

SURVIVAL ANCHOR CHART
Challenges Nya and Salva Face:

•
•
•
A Long Walk to Water
Discussion Appointments

SURVIVAL ANCHOR CHART
Challenges Nya and Salva Face:

•
•
•
A Long Walk to Water
Learning Objectives

I can effectively engage in discussions with
different Discussion Appointment pa...
A Long Walk to Water
Exit Ticket

Exit Ticket!
• Circle the learning target YOU think you

have made the most progress mee...
A Long Walk to Water
Homework

Homework: Read on…
• Read Chapter 6
• Add to your Reader’s Notes in notebook.
(Columns # 1,...
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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson1 unit2

  1. 1. DO NOW First, we’ll finish our TESTS from Friday Find your folders! When you are done… • Independent reading book • Try to get a least another 5+ pages read…
  2. 2. DO NOW Today we will be having “Discussion Appointments” Guess! • What could a “Discussion Appointment” be? • How might they be different than partner work?
  3. 3. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can effectively engage in discussions with different Discussion Appointment partners. I can identify a central theme in A Long Walk to Water.
  4. 4. A Long Walk to Water New Protocol Discussion Appointments • Talk about text with many partners • Sign up for five (5) “appointments” • Meet with five (5) different partners • You MUST accept appointments if asked
  5. 5. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Set up your appointments! • Three (3) minutes to meet with classmates • When you ask, both sign each other’s sheets • Be sure to sign for same location! • You MUST say yes if someone asks
  6. 6. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Set up your appointments! • Each “location” appointment will be on a different day • If your partner is absent, see me for further instructions
  7. 7. A Long Walk to Water Theme “Themes in Literature” Read the definition on the handout • What does this definition mean? • Examples?
  8. 8. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary Have you figured it out? Back of the notebook! Theme= the message(s) the author is trying to give a reader. ** The same theme might appear in many different books, movies, poems, etc.
  9. 9. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Juba Partner • Re-read the 12 themes listed on the handout • Highlight three (3) that match A Long Walk to Water • Be ready to explain your answers • 5 minutes!!!
  10. 10. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Themes that fit the novel: • • •
  11. 11. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Themes that fit the novel: • • •
  12. 12. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Themes that fit the novel: • • •
  13. 13. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Central Theme – focus on one theme • Individuals are able to survive in challenging environments in remarkable ways. (#10) ** Write this down in your notebook! **
  14. 14. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointment Juba Partners • What are some challenges that these two characters have faced so far in the novel? Discuss and write in notebooks on new page.
  15. 15. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments SURVIVAL ANCHOR CHART Challenges Nya and Salva Face: • • •
  16. 16. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments SURVIVAL ANCHOR CHART Challenges Nya and Salva Face: • • •
  17. 17. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can effectively engage in discussions with different Discussion Appointment partners. I can identify a central theme in A Long Walk to Water.
  18. 18. A Long Walk to Water Exit Ticket Exit Ticket! • Circle the learning target YOU think you have made the most progress meeting. • Explain WHY.
  19. 19. A Long Walk to Water Homework Homework: Read on… • Read Chapter 6 • Add to your Reader’s Notes in notebook. (Columns # 1, 2, 4)
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