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Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1
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Lyddie: Lesson eight, Unit 1

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7th Grade ELA Module 2 Unit 1

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  • 1. DO NOW Checking for Understanding Entry Task Quiz!! • On your own today! • You MAY use your Notes • You may NOT use the book 
  • 2. Lyddie Reading Chapter 11 Chapter Setting 11 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? How is life different for Lyddie in the summer? Why? What does Lyddie buy? Why?
  • 3. Lyddie Reading Chapter 11 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 11 Lyddie Worthen Lyddie enjoys her evening reading with Betsy, and goes to church with Amelia. How is life different for Lyddie in the summer? Why? Concord Corp. factory Betsy Boarding house Amelia (Lowell) Diana Goss Most of the girls go home for the summer, but Lyddie has to work. Lyddie starts teaching herself to read and buys What does Lyddie buy? her own copy of Oliver Why? Twist. Coming home from church, she thinks she sees Diana with a handsome man.
  • 4. Lyddie Definitions anticipation: (79) grasp: (79) honorable discharge: (81) leaving a place of work with a good record
  • 5. Lyddie Definitions blacklisted: (81) engage: (81) hire proficient: (81)
  • 6. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  • 7. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can cite specific textual evidence to explain what working conditions were like in the mills and how they affected Lyddie.
  • 8. Lyddie Textual Evidence Working Conditions Note-catcher • Collect our ideas on Lyddie in one place er • Will help you for tomorrow’s TEST • Let’s look at the first row together!!
  • 9. Lyddie Notice the difference! Textual Evidence Row Working Condition (from chart) Detail/ Evidence (quote) 1 Health, “No one Safety and seemed to Environment: mind the deafening Noise din. How could they stand it?” (62) Explanation (meaning of quote) Analysis What does quote show about conditions and workers? This quote is from the first time Lyddie goes into the weaving room. She is immediately struck by how loud it is – the looms and the machinery make a lot of noise. She also notices that the other workers don’t seem alarmed or scared by the noise. Lyddie is surprised that the other workers are not bothered by the noise, which she describes as an “assault.” Noise could be considered a health hazard. It is so loud that Lyddie can barely hear Diana talk. This kind of noise can give workers headaches and damage their ears.
  • 10. Lyddie Close Reading Meet with shoulder partner! • Use the anchor chart and Reader’s Notes! • Continue filing in this chart • Be prepared to share out!
  • 11. Lyddie Notice the difference! Textual Evidence Row 2 Working Condition (from chart) Detail/ Evidence (quote) “How could she say she could see hardly anything in the morning gloom of the huge barnlike room, the very air a soup of dust and lint?” (63) Explanation (meaning of quote) Analysis What does quote show about conditions and workers?
  • 12. Lyddie Notice the difference! Textual Evidence Row 3 Working Condition (from chart) Detail/ Evidence (quote) “She [Lyddie] took pride in her strength, but it took all of her might to yank the metal lever into place…Still, the physical strength the work required paled beside the dexterity needed to rethread a shuttle quickly, or, heaven help her, tie one of those internal weaver’s knots.” (65) Explanation (meaning of quote) Analysis What does quote show about conditions and workers?
  • 13. Lyddie Notice the difference! Textual Evidence Row 4 Working Condition (from chart) Detail/ Evidence (quote) “Now that she thought of it, she could hardly breathe, the air was so laden with moisture and debris.” (75) Explanation (meaning of quote) Analysis What does quote show about conditions and workers?
  • 14. Lyddie Notice the difference! Textual Evidence Row 5 Working Condition (from chart) Detail/ Evidence (quote) “Within five minutes, her head felt like a log being split to splinters. She kept shaking it, as though she could rid it of the noise, or at least the pain, but both only seemed to grow more intense.” (75) Explanation (meaning of quote) Analysis What does quote show about conditions and workers?
  • 15. Lyddie Notice the difference! Textual Evidence Row 6 Working Condition (from chart) Detail/ Evidence (quote) “Even though Diana had stopped the loom, Lyddie stood rubbing the powder into her fingertips, hesitating to plunge her hands into the bowels of the machine.” (75) Explanation (meaning of quote) Analysis What does quote show about conditions and workers?
  • 16. Lyddie Working Conditions Working Conditions – Anchor Chart • Been learning about mill work from book • Video segments • What new information did you learn? ** 19:15-20:35 44:41-45:15 49-50:45
  • 17. Lyddie Working Conditions Working Conditions – Anchor Chart • With your partner, add to the chart anything you learned from the video segments • Also add at least two questions • Be prepared to share out!
  • 18. Lyddie Homework Homework • Read all of Chapters 12-13 • Complete Reader’s Notes Chapters 12-13 • Be prepared for a test tomorrow!

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