Lesson For Tuesday Feb 2


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Lesson For Tuesday Feb 2

  1. 1. Tuesday, Feb 2, 2010Mrs Robin is absent(please go to the next slide)<br />
  2. 2. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />2<br />The plan for the day<br />Check vocab unit 11<br />Peer review of paragraphs on Zen<br />Activity about using outside sources <br />As you finish each activity, then go to the next slide, unless the slide tells you to go to the next slide<br />
  3. 3. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />3<br />Check vocab<br />My book with the answers is on the front cabinet<br />We need a “volunteer” to lead the class. How about Nuly.<br />Nuly, please call on people like I do. Please write down who answers so that they (and you) can get participation points.<br />When you are done, go to the next slide.<br />
  4. 4. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />4<br />Peer review<br />Allow 10 minutes for this<br />Get out your hard copy of the paragraph that was your homework<br />Find a partner<br />Read each other’s work<br />Circle where the other person used Wang Wei & the article<br />Work together to fix any grammar mistakes<br />Put your work in the bin<br />Turn to the next slide<br />
  5. 5. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />5<br />Summarizing, paraphrasing and direct quotes (write this down)<br />Summary: short overall picture of an author’s ideas. Your words.<br />Paraphrase: longer than a summary. May go through things in the same order as an author. Generally your words.<br />Direct quote: short phase or “apt words” (like lingaculture). Uses “quotation marks.” Word-for-word from another author.<br />Next slide.<br />
  6. 6. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />6<br />Summarizing, paraphrasing and direct quotes (write this down)<br />With summary, paraphrase or direct quote, you must give credit to the source author or you are plagiarizing.<br />Next slide.<br />
  7. 7. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />7<br />Your turn<br />Time to see how these different ways of using outside sources works.<br />Please pass out the Washington Post article on the hidden brain. It is on the front cabinet.<br />Read the article. Don’t worry about anything but reading now. <br />Next slide when all are done reading.<br />
  8. 8. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />8<br />Your turn<br />Interesting article, huh?<br />I wrote an essay about it. I used a summary, paraphrase, direct quote, and I plagiarized!<br />Please pass out my essay on the front cabinet.<br />Next slide. <br />
  9. 9. 2/2/2010<br />Template copyright www.brainybetty.com 2005<br />9<br />Your turn<br />In groups of two, read my essay and answers the questions on the next slide.<br />When you finish, please put your work in the bin. Each person should turn in their own work.<br />If you have extra time, you may quiz each other on vocab.<br />Homework = vocab quiz on Friday.<br />Next slide for questions.<br />
  10. 10. Vedantam’sHidden Brain<br />Find the thesis statement<br />Find an example of an “apt phrase” that is in quotations<br />Find an example of a paraphrase<br />Find an example of a summary<br />Find an example of a direct quote<br />Find two examples of phrases that tell the reader that an idea or word are Vedantam’s<br />Find an example of plagiarism<br />