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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 i...
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 e...
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 wan...
CLASSROOM CONVERSATION Whatquestions do you have about A Family Apart? (add to chart) What questions would you ask Mike?...
QUESTIONS ABOUT: A FAMILY APART   Student Responses:       Who was the man that gave the book/combs to        Frances? –...
WHOLE CLASS INSTRUCTION   CAUSE AND EFFECT
CAUSE AND EFFECT A single cause may have several effects A single effect may have several causes An effect can become a...
INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP WORK   Turn to page 63 of your workbook   Work with the copies of “The Spread of    Tuberculosis”...
CLOSURETurn 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 a...
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Lesson 3

  1. 1. UNIT 2- MIGRATION STORIESLesson 3: Cause and Effect
  2. 2. 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
  3. 3. WORD STUDY Tenement (noun) a house divided into and rented as separate residences
  4. 4. WORD STUDY  Cause  (caused, causing, because) (noun) an event that makes something else happen
  5. 5. WORD STUDY Effect (noun) a change that is a result or consequence of an action
  6. 6. 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?
  7. 7. 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?
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. WHOLE CLASS INSTRUCTION CAUSE AND EFFECT
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. CLOSURETurn to page 62 of your handbook and fill out the “Features of Historical Fiction” Chart
  13. 13. 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.

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