UNIT 2- MIGRATION STORIESLesson 3: Cause and Effect
INDEPENDENT READING Get an SSR book and read for 15 minutes. Think of one question from your SSR book and write it in your workbook on page 10 (where you wrote your other SSR questions) Record your reading on page 33 of your workbook
WORD STUDY Tenement (noun) a house divided into and rented as separate residences
WORD STUDY Cause (caused, causing, because) (noun) an event that makes something else happen
WORD STUDY Effect (noun) a change that is a result or consequence of an action
READ-ALOUD/THINK-ALOUD Recap from last week: What seemed so unfair to Francis Mary? What does she seem to want most of all? Strategy: Questioning RA/TA: Pages 12-21 of A Family Apart Stopping Points: Page 17, paragraph 2 How old is Frances Mary? What does this mean for her? Page 20, paragraph 4 What is wrong with Mara?
CLASSROOM CONVERSATION Whatquestions do you have about A Family Apart? (add to chart) What questions would you ask Mike? (add to chart) What questions would Frances Mary ask?
QUESTIONS ABOUT: A FAMILY APART Student Responses: Who was the man that gave the book/combs to Frances? –Aris Do we know their names? –Nielah What is the main characters name? –Nyesha Why is the family so poor? –Yenissa Where is the family going to go “in the future”? – Ethan Why was the man so mean to Francis Mary? –Tia
CAUSE AND EFFECT A single cause may have several effects A single effect may have several causes An effect can become a cause of something else A chain of causes and effects (The death of Da) “Cause with Several Effects” chart Frances is determined to ask Mike questions Read: “The Spread of Tuberculosis” Complete a cause and effect chart for the article
INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP WORK Turn to page 63 of your workbook Work with the copies of “The Spread of Tuberculosis” Underline the effects in the passage Record them on the diagram
CLOSURETurn to page 62 of your handbook and fill out the “Features of Historical Fiction” Chart
FEATURES OF HISTORICAL FICTION It’s a narrative, a story. The setting is in a real time or place of the past. Plot or action may include a significant event from the past. Characters may include real people who made important contributions to the culture or time period in which the novel is set. Real and fictional events are woven together.