A Long Walk to Water: Lesson7 unit2

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A Long Walk to Water: Lesson7 unit2

  1. 1. DO NOW • Take out homework • Reader’s Notes – Chapters 16-18 Vocabulary! I can compare and contrast the accounts of survival in “Time Trip:Sudan’s Civil War” and A Long Walk to Water. 1) What does contrast mean?
  2. 2. A Long Walk to Water Dictionary Work Vocabulary Copy into back of notebook • contrastIt is the opposite of: _________________.
  3. 3. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives 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. I can analyze how Linda Sue Park used or altered history in the book.
  4. 4. A Long Walk to Water Dictionary Work Vocabulary Copy into back of notebook • alter Why would she alter history (actual events)?
  5. 5. A Long Walk to Water Chapters 16-18 – RE-READ! Chapter & Page # Nya’s Story Salva’s Story (Reader’s Notes) (Reader’s Notes)
  6. 6. A Long Walk to Water Making Conclusions Fiction vs. Non-fiction Worksheet: Comparing Historical and Fictional Experiences in Sudan
  7. 7. A Long Walk to Water Fiction vs. Non-fiction Experience in “Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War” Experience in A Long Walk to Water
  8. 8. A Long Walk to Water Fiction vs. Non-fiction Comparing Historical and Fictional Experiences in Sudan 1. Meet with shoulder partner 2. Show him or her your two quotes 3. Add one new one (borrowed or new)
  9. 9. A Long Walk to Water Fiction vs. Non-fiction Experience in “Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War” Experience in A Long Walk to Water
  10. 10. A Long Walk to Water Fiction vs. Non-fiction Experience in “Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War” Experience in A Long Walk to Water
  11. 11. A Long Walk to Water Talk about What We Read Chalk Talk = SILENCE! • Four (4) quotations around the room • All from the book • Answer the question, then move on. • Read others’ answers, then answer next one. • Keep going!
  12. 12. A Long Walk to Water Talk Time! Why did Linda Sue Park write the book? • • •
  13. 13. A Long Walk to Water Talk Time! Why did Park include so many historical facts in the book? • • •
  14. 14. A Long Walk to Water Talk Time! Why did Park include details like Salva learning to read? • • •
  15. 15. A Long Walk to Water Talk Time! If you wanted to best understand what happened in Sudan and how it affected people, would YOU read the novel or the article?
  16. 16. A Long Walk to Water Exit Ticket Exit Ticket! 1. What is one example of the way Linda Sue Park altered (changed) history in A Long Walk to Water? 2. Why might she make the choice to alter history in the novel?
  17. 17. A Long Walk to Water Homework Read and Re-Read!! • Finish your Gathering Textual Evidence Organizer • ALL boxes should be completed • ALL pages should be completed
  18. 18. 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?

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