Lyddie: Lesson fourteen, Unit 1

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Lyddie: Lesson fourteen, Unit 1

  1. 1. DO NOW Checking for Understanding Entry Task!! • You MAY use your Notes • You may NOT use the book 
  2. 2. Lyddie Reading Chapter 18 Chapter Setting 18 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? As Lyddie helps Rachel get ready to go on the train she “brushed away a cobweb of envy.” (145) Why does she feel envious in this chapter? What does she do with this feeling? What is her reaction to Luke’s letter?
  3. 3. Lyddie Reading Chapter 18 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 18 Boarding house Lyddie Worthen (Lowell) Charlie Worthen (brother) Charlie visits Lyddie. He is being apprenticed and can go to school part-time. Uncle Jonah is selling the farm & keeping the money. Charlie brought a letter from Luke Stevens. As Lyddie helps Rachel get ready to go on the train she “brushed away a cobweb of envy.” (145) Why does she feel envious in this chapter? Rachel (sister) Charlie takes Rachel back with him, which breaks Lyddie’s heart. Luke’s letter says his father bought Lyddie’s farm. It also proposes marriage! What does she do with this feeling? What is her reaction to Luke’s letter?
  4. 4. Lyddie Definitions in vain: (141) without success slack: (142) craves: (142)
  5. 5. Lyddie Definitions wryly: (143) said in a way that shows that the speaker knows a situation is bad, but also slightly amusing (sarcastic) miserly: (144) ** Remember…Scrooge is a miser! **
  6. 6. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  7. 7. Lyddie Reading Chapter 19 Chapter Setting 19 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? What happens when Lyddie goes to sign the petition? What is her reaction? Why is Diana leaving? Why must she keep it a secret?
  8. 8. Lyddie Reading Chapter 19 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 19 Lyddie Worthen Lyddie misses Rachel and is depressed. Work gets harder and longer as they “slow the clocks.” What happens when Lyddie goes to sign the petition? Concord Corp. factory Diana Boarding house (Lowell) Mary Emerson Lyddie notices that Diana looks sick and avoids her. Lyddie attends an Association meeting. She finds out it’s too late to sign the petition. Diana tells Lyddie she’s quitting because she’s pregnant and will be fired. What is her reaction? Why is Diana leaving? Why must she keep it a secret?
  9. 9. Lyddie Definitions calloused: (148) • literally – • figuratively grim: (149) reading minutes: (150) reading the notes taken at the last meeting
  10. 10. Lyddie Definitions droning: (151) robust: (152)
  11. 11. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  12. 12. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can choose relevant and compelling reasons, supported by strong evidence from Lyddie to support the claim I am making in my argument essay.
  13. 13. Lyddie Arguement Turn & Talk • With a shoulder partner, share: What will Lyddie do now?
  14. 14. Lyddie Writing Argument Schedule of work • Work on essay over next few days • Read Chapters 20-23 (finish the book) one week from today!!! • What can you do to make the reading easier for you?
  15. 15. Lyddie Writing Argument What you need • ALL your Reader’s Notes! • Forming Evidence-Based Claims organizer • Working Conditions Textual Evidence Note-catcher
  16. 16. Lyddie Writing Argument What is a GOOD reason? • Not all reasons are good ones! • Compelling reasons= 1. very convincing 2. make sense 3. supported by strong evidence
  17. 17. Lyddie Writing Argument Compelling or not? “You should go to the movie because it’s a short movie – it’s only 90 minutes long.”
  18. 18. Lyddie Writing Argument Compelling or not? “You should go to the movie because mine out of ten teenagers say it’s a great movie.”
  19. 19. Lyddie Writing Argument Compelling or not? “You should go to the movie because Meryl Streep is in it.”
  20. 20. Lyddie Writing Argument Compelling or not? “You should go to the movie because the acting in the movie is fantastic! Meryl Streep is in it, and she’s an actress who has won many awards.”
  21. 21. Lyddie Writing Argument Compelling or not? “You should go to the movie because I saw it before, and it’s funny! I’d like to see it again.”
  22. 22. Lyddie Writing Argument After reading through Chapter 17 of Lyddie, write an argumentative essay that addresses the question: Should Lyddie sign the petition that Diana Goss is circulating? Support your position with evidence from the novel. Be sure to acknowledge competing views, and refer only to information and events in the book, not what you know because you live in the 21st century.
  23. 23. Lyddie Writing Argument Take a Stand! A is better? Go to the top of the room B is better? Go to the bookcases NOT SURE? Middle of the room
  24. 24. Lyddie Writing Argument “Lyddie should sign the petition because the people she cares about are becoming sick from working long hours in the dust-filled air.” “Lyddie should sign the petition because working longer than ten (10) hours a day is really hard.”
  25. 25. Lyddie Writing Argument “Lyddie should not sign the petition because she will earn less money and needs money to buy back the farm.” “Lyddie should not sign the petition because Mr. Mardsen would be disappointed, and she doesn’t want Mr. Mardsen to think less of her.”
  26. 26. Lyddie Writing Argument “Lyddie should sign the petition because the workers, by being forced to work longer hours for less pay, are being treated more and more like slaves.” “Lyddie should sign the petition because if she signed it and worked fewer hours, she would have more time to read.”
  27. 27. Lyddie Writing Argument Forming Evidence-Based Claims organizer • Look at the “Reasons” at the bottom • Highlight your three most compelling reasons • Look at the “Evidence” row & make sure you can back these three up! • Star any evidence which supports your highlighted reasons
  28. 28. Lyddie Writing Argument Forming Evidence-Based Claims organizer • Turn to shoulder partner • Discuss what you highlighted & starred • THEN, flip over your organizer! • Circle the reason that almost convinced you to write about this side (counterclaim) • You’ll need this, too!
  29. 29. Lyddie Writing Argument Forming Evidence-Based Claims organizer • Time to write your claim • On your exit ticket: Because of ______________________________, Lyddie should/ should not sign the petition. She should/ should not sign the petition because __________________________. The most compelling reasons for Lyddie to sign/ not sign the petition are ______________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________.
  30. 30. Lyddie Writing Argument Exit Ticket • Write your claim out… • List the reasons you’ll use to support your claim
  31. 31. Lyddie Homework Homework • Read all of Chapters 20-23 • Complete Reader’s Notes Chapters 20-23 • Must be finished by next week!
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