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Lesson 9


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Lesson 9

  1. 1. UNIT 2- MIGRATION STORIESLesson 9:Comparison and Contrast Formatting Signals
  2. 2. INDEPENDENT READING Get an SSR book and read for 15 minutes. On page 11 of your workbooks write 1 inference that you have about a character in your SSR book in the “My Response” section.  Be sure to include all parts (Date, Title, etc.) Record your reading on page 33 of your workbook
  3. 3. WORD STUDY  Encourage  (Encouraged, Encouraging) (verb) to give support, hope, or confidence to someone
  4. 4. WORD STUDY  Appraise  (Appraising, Appraisal) (verb) to assess the value or quality of something
  5. 5. READ-ALOUD/THINK-ALOUD Recap: What happened yesterday? Strategy: Determining Importance RA/TA: Pages 66-77 of A Family Apart Look for target words Stopping Points:  Page 71, paragraph 5 Repetition  Page 76, paragraph 6 Mike
  6. 6. CLASSROOM CONVERSATION What did you learn from the reading? Why is it important? What do you feel about the story so far? What is the “big idea” of the novel?
  8. 8. COMPARISON & CONTRAST Turn to page 192 in your workbooks and read the article “Team Sports or Individual Sports” As we read, look for words that might signal comparison or contrast Turn to page 105 in your workbooks and review the “Comparison and Contrast Signal Words”
  9. 9. INDIVIDUAL/SMALL GROUP WORK Turn to page 193 of your workbook to the “St. Joseph, Missouri and Lower Manhattan” section  After reading and annotating the articles, complete the chart on page 196 Complete “A History of the Orphan Trains (Part II) if you have not already done so
  10. 10. CLOSUREWhatcomparisons do you seebetween “St. Joseph, Missouriand Lower Manhattan” and AFamily Apart