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    • Objective: Students will analyze text from the novel The Rains*, and then answer questions designed to measure their comprehension and ability to make inferences
    • Homework: Historical Tweet about the death of Reverend Lovejoy How did it affect people? In your notebook
    • Vocabulary: FugitiveSomeone who is running away from captivityCongress passed a fugitive slave law
    • Vocabulary: StereotypeIt is wrong to stereotype peopleWhat does Stereotype mean?
    • Vocabulary: StereotypeMr. Ceasar: “How you find yourself did hot weader Miss Chloe?” Miss Chloe: “Pretty well I tank you Mr. Cesar[,] only I aspire too much!”
    • Review last week:What happened to the Reverend Lovejoy?Why did it affect William Still like it did?
    • Preview this week: What will the Vigilance Committee meet about? Is Reverend Reynolds still angry at the newspapers?
    • Independent Practice:Read “The Rains” P. 94 – 106. Answer questions designed to measure student comprehensio n
    • Exit Ticket:Why was Reverend Reynolds offended by the cartoons?