A Long Walk to Water: Lesson4 unit2

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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson4 unit2

  1. 1. DO NOW • Take out homework • Reader’s Notes – Chapters 9-10 On Chapter 9-10 Worksheet: • Fill in the gist for Nya’s and Salva’s stories in Chapters 9 and 10 • Can use TEN words or less
  2. 2. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can use context clues to determine the meaning of words. I can break a word into parts in order to determine its meaning and figure out what words it is related to.
  3. 3. A Long Walk to Water More Learning Objectives! I can explain what juxtaposition means and list several ways in which Salva and Nya are juxtaposed in the novel. I can explain one way in which juxtaposing those characters helps the author compare and contrast their points of view.
  4. 4. A Long Walk to Water Chapters 9-10 – ReREAD!!! Chapter & Page # Nya’s Story Salva’s Story The Gist The Gist
  5. 5. A Long Walk to Water Context Clue Vocabulary Copy onto vocabulary grid • relentless -
  6. 6. A Long Walk to Water Context Clue Vocabulary - Try another! “Salva felt a tiny spark of hope. With Uncle looking for his family, there was a chance they might all be together again one day.” (pg. 61) • spark of hope – • metaphor -
  7. 7. A Long Walk to Water Context Clue Vocabulary …Let’s break it down!! • refugee Prefix?
  8. 8. A Long Walk to Water Context Clue Vocabulary …Let’s break it down!! • refugee Prefix? Pre-fix “re” = again, back, from (i.e. rewind, retrace, revert, renew, review)
  9. 9. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary “refugee” Root of the word Latin: ??
  10. 10. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary “refugee” Root of the word Latin: fugere= fug= to flee; to run away + Pre-fix “re” = again, back, from Put it together: “refugee” means ______________
  11. 11. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary “refugee” Person who is running away from danger in his or her home/ country What is a “refugee” camp? Why might a “refugee” camp be set up?
  12. 12. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary “refugee” Person who is running away from danger in his or her home/ country Other words related to “refugee:” • Fugitive – person running from the law • Refuge – place of safety for someone who is in danger and running
  13. 13. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary Did you figure it out? • endured= • been reduced to=
  14. 14. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary More to figure out! • lag= (pg. 53) • corpses=(pg. 59) • spark of hope = (pg. 61)
  15. 15. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary ONE MORE TIME! • vision= (pg. 61) • receding= (pg. 61) • ____________
  16. 16. A Long Walk to Water More Learning Objectives! I can explain what juxtaposition means and list several ways in which Salva and Nya are juxtaposed in the novel. I can explain one way in which juxtaposing those characters helps the author compare and contrast their points of view.
  17. 17. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objective Think! Remember one time we talked about point of view… • • • •
  18. 18. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objective Vocabulary …Say them first • juxtapose • juxtaposition • juxtaposing ** juxtapose = to put two things next to each other ** …Try it!
  19. 19. A Long Walk to Water Survival Anchor Chart Salva/Nya Anchor Chart: Look at Reader’s Notes homework • Nya Chapter 9: • Salva Chapter 9:
  20. 20. A Long Walk to Water Survival Anchor Chart Salva/Nya Anchor Chart: Look at Reader’s Notes homework • Nya Chapter 10: • Salva Chapter 10:
  21. 21. A Long Walk to Water Explain Yourself Take a Stand New activity (protocol) • • • • Think about question Stand up and move to your opinion Explain why you feel this way. If your opinion changes…you can move!
  22. 22. A Long Walk to Water Explain Yourself Take a Stand Salva survives in the desert crossing mostly because he is lucky. His personal qualities, such as bravery and persistence, have little to do with his survival. • Agree = back of room • Don’t Agree = bookcases • “In the middle” = in the middle of room
  23. 23. A Long Walk to Water Survival Anchor Chart Salva/Nya Anchor Chart: After “Take a Stand,” anything to add? • • •
  24. 24. A Long Walk to Water Reading Closely Text Features What signals does Ms. Park use to show when you are reading about Nya or Salva? • • •
  25. 25. A Long Walk to Water Context Clue Juxtaposition = to put things next to each other, especially to compare or contrast them Root of the word Latin: positus= pos= to place + Pre-fix “juxta” = next to
  26. 26. What two things are juxtaposed? What is the same? What is different? WHY did the artist want you to compare them?
  27. 27. What two things are juxtaposed? What is the same? What is different? WHY did the artist want you to compare them?
  28. 28. How did the author juxtapose Nya and Salva? • • • • • Putting them in the same book
  29. 29. Compare or Contrast? Both dogs are brown, but my dog is bigger.
  30. 30. Compare or Contrast? He had chocolate ice cream, but I had vanilla.
  31. 31. Compare or Contrast? We both ate spaghetti.
  32. 32. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Today… • Ethiopia appointments! • Move to your partner NOW • Goal: Find two (2) similarities and two (2) differences between Salva and Nya
  33. 33. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Think-Pair-Share • Juxtaposition in Chapters 8 and 9 Questions • Discuss with partner • Jot down ideas • Be ready to share with the class
  34. 34. A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Think-Pair-Share Important ideas • Water is important in crossing the desert (Salva) and for Nya’s tribe. • Without clean water, people might die (Nya’s sister; Salva’s group) • Park puts the stories together to show how important water is then and now
  35. 35. A Long Walk to Water Exit Ticket Exit Ticket! • How does Park’s decision to juxtapose Salva and Nya help us better understand each character’s point of view? • Give at least one specific comparison. • Hand in with your Chapter 9-10 worksheet
  36. 36. A Long Walk to Water Homework Read!! • Read Chapters 11-13 • Add to Reader’s Notes in notebook

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