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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2
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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson8 unit2

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7th Grade ELA Module 1 Unit 2

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  • 1. DO NOW • Take out homework • Gathering Evidence Worksheet – Chapters 16-18 Vocabulary! 1. What do aid organizations and relief agencies do? (pg. 100) 2. Why might they be involved in South Sudan?
  • 2. A Long Walk to Water Dictionary Work Vocabulary Copy into back of notebook • aid organizations & relief agencies How are you feeling about figuring out words? What do you do when you find a tough word?
  • 3. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can effectively engage in discussions with my classmates about our readings. I can explain how comparing and contrasting Salva and Nya’s points of view in the novel helps Park convey ideas about how people in Sudan survive.
  • 4. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can explain the physical and emotional factors that helped Nya and Salva survive in A Long Walk to Water.
  • 5. A Long Walk to Water Chapters 16-18 Detail/ Evidence (quote) Chapter Page # Explanation What event does this connect to? Significance What idea from the chart does this connect to? Why?
  • 6. A Long Walk to Water Chapters 16-18 Detail/ Evidence (quote) Chapter Page # Explanation What event does this connect to? Significance What idea from the chart does this connect to? Why?
  • 7. A Long Walk to Water Survival Anchor Chart Survival Anchor Chart How did keeping this help you learn about Salva and Nya? …about the world? …about the theme of survival?
  • 8. A Long Walk to Water World Café Discussion World Café Discussion What do you need? • A Long Walk to Water • All notes/ sheets we’ve been working on • Groups of 3-4
  • 9. A Long Walk to Water World Café Discussion World Café Discussion Before we begin… • What can you do to make sure your conversations help everyone think more deeply about the book? • Raise your hand when you have 2 ideas.
  • 10. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 1 • Choose “recorder” – You will take notes • Look at questions 1: What do we learn about Salva as a leader in Chapter 13? Who is he leading as a boy? As an adult? What makes him an effective leader?
  • 11. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 2 • Recorders: stay put! • Others, moved to a new group together • Recorders, share what your old group said • Choose a NEW recorder – you take notes this round
  • 12. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 2 New questions: • How does the author juxtapose Salva and Nya in the final chapters of the novel? • How has Salva’s point of view about the Nuer changed? • How has Nya’s point of view about the Dinka changed?
  • 13. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 3 • Recorders: stay put! • Others, moved to a new group together • Recorders, share what your old group said • Choose a NEW recorder – you take notes this round
  • 14. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 3 New questions: • What are the physical and emotional resources that enable Salva and Nya to survive? • What do you think is the author’s opinion about which type of resource is more important for survival? • What makes you say that?
  • 15. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary Have you figured it out? Back of the notebook! • bewildering (98)= • destruction (99)= • remote (100)= • clinic (100)=
  • 16. A Long Walk to Water Vocabulary Have you figured it out? Back of the notebook! • contaminated (106)= • ___________ • ___________
  • 17. A Long Walk to Water Homework Website: www.waterforsouthsudan.org • Organization’s purpose: • To inform • To advocate (to publicly call for something) • What information might you find on this website? http://waterforsudan.org/drilling-in-south-sudan/
  • 18. A Long Walk to Water Homework Homework: • Read printout from the website • Answer questions on the right

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