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Lyddie: Lesson twenty, Unit 1

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7th Grade ELA Module 2, Unit 1

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  • 1. DO NOW Entry Task – Essay • Look at essay draft on your desk • Read over the comments on how to improve it
  • 2. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can use feedback from others to revise and improve my essay. I can use correct grammar and punctuation in my essay. I can use new vocabulary appropriately in my essay.
  • 3. Lyddie Writing Argument Common mistakes from this class: 1. 2. 3.
  • 4. Lyddie Writing Argument How to fix them!! 1. 2. 3.
  • 5. Lyddie Writing Argument Excellent Paragraph: One of the reasons that Lyddie should not sign the petition is because it will make it impossible to reunite her family. In chapter 12, Betsy, one of Lyddie’s roommates, is considering signing the petition. Amelia, another roommate, warns her not to by saying, “Should you sign the petition, Betsy, they’ll dismiss you.” (91) Like Betsy, if Lyddie signs the petition she’ll be fired. She needs money to get back the family farm and live there with her family. She won’t have any money without a job. Worse than that, Lyddie could be “blacklisted,” which means no other mills will hire her. (81) Lyddie needs a job and money in order to reunite her family.
  • 6. Introduce the quote In chapter _______, ___________ On page __________ it says, “_____________________________________ ___________________________________” Analyze the quote This shows that _____________
  • 7. Lyddie Writing Argument Excellent Paragraph: One of the reasons that Lyddie should not sign the petition is because it will make it impossible to reunite her family. In chapter 12, Betsy, one of Lyddie’s roommates, is considering signing the petition. Amelia, another roommate, warns her not to by saying, “Should you sign the petition, Betsy, they’ll dismiss you.” (91) Like Betsy, if Lyddie signs the petition she’ll be fired. She needs money to get back the family farm and live there with her family. She won’t have any money without a job. Worse than that, Lyddie could be “blacklisted,” which means no other mills will hire her. (81) Lyddie needs a job and money in order to reunite her family.
  • 8. Lyddie Writing Argument Time for the Re-write: • Read the paragraph over first • Read the comments • Rewrite it, fixing mistakes!
  • 9. Lyddie Homework Homework • Finish your final draft of the essay TONIGHT!! Extra Credit!? Tomorrow will begin a speech by César Chavez. Who is he?

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