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7th Grade ELA Module 1 Unit 2

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  • DO NOW • Take out homework • Reader’s Notes – Chapters 14-15 Vocabulary! “Kakuma had been a dreadful place, isolated in the middle of a dry, windy desert.” (84) 1) What does isolated mean? (context clues) 2) What is an aid worker? (look on pages 85-86)
  • A Long Walk to Water Dictionary Work Vocabulary Copy into back of notebook • isolated (think “solo” or “solitary”) • aid worker-
  • A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can use context clues to determine word meanings. I can compare the accounts of survival in “Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War” and A Long Walk to Water. I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support my comparison.
  • A Long Walk to Water Chapters 14-15 – RE-READ! Chapter & Page # Nya’s Story Salva’s Story (Reader’s Notes) (Reader’s Notes)
  • A Long Walk to Water Survival Anchor Chart Salva/Nya Anchor Chart: Look at Reader’s Notes and add to this chart Challenge Survival Skill:
  • A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointments Today’s appointment: WHITE NILE APPOINTMENT!
  • A Long Walk to Water Discussion Appointment Questions to Discuss 1. Look at your Reader’s Notes – how are Salva and Nya juxtaposed? 2. What comparisons are drawn between them? 3. What contrasts? 4. What are we learning about survival from them?
  • A Long Walk to Water “Time Trip” Article Re-read on your own • Add the “gist” in the margin • 5 or less!! • Highlight any sentences that answer the question: Why was the Sudan a challenging place to survive?
  • A Long Walk to Water “Time Travel” Article Why was the Sudan a challenging place to survive? • • •
  • A Long Walk to Water Survival Anchor Chart Salva/Nya Anchor Chart: Look at Reader’s Notes and add to this chart Challenge Survival Skill
  • A Long Walk to Water Exit Ticket Exit Ticket! What challenges to survival are mentioned in both “Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War” and A Long Walk to Water? Create an ACE answer 1. Restate 2. Choose a quote from the article 3. Explain what is similar between the article and something that happened in the book.
  • A Long Walk to Water Homework Read and Re-Read!! • Skim Chapters 14-15 again! • Finish the quotes organizer…explain! • Read Chapters 16-18 • Add to Reader’s Notes in notebook
  • Take a seat – away from others – get to work Miguel, Raven David Anthony Kim