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Reading 3    IECPSpring 2013Nikki Mattson
Agenda•   Idiom•   VP 7 quiz•   Novel groups•   RE 4 text and activities
jump to conclusions•   to judge or decide something without having all the facts/ make a    rushed decision
Practice• One time somebody jumped to a  conclusion about me. When they saw me,  they….• One time that I jumped to a concl...
VP 7 quiz
Novel Discussion Groups• 1) Take turns orally summarizing what  happened in the section you read.• 2) Let Nikki know you a...
Pg. 60 – “Before You Read” and Part A                 
What is Biomimetics?Questions                      1)Why does the speaker mention the spider andbeetle examples?2)How is ...
pg. 61, line 15 – The thorny devil can also do this whenstanding on damp sand – a _______competitive advantage in         ...
Pg. 61, line 17 – Parker had come to solve the_______of precisely                         how it does this…               ...
Pg. 61, line 19 - …to make a_______to help people collect water in                            the desert.                 ...
Pg. 61, line 38 – Parker sent his observations and experimental                   results to…two __________.              ...
Pg. 61, line 45 – This combination of biological ______ andengineering pragmatism is vital to success in biomimetics.     ...
Pg. 62, line 95 - …Fearing is confident that over time he will close      the ________ between nature and human engineerin...
pg. 62, line 105 – Cutkosky studied the extremely small structureson the gecko’s feet that allow it to run up and down ___...
Pg. 63, line 135 – For the present, engineers cannot hope to _______                                   it.                ...
Pg. 63, line 136 – _________, the gap with nature is gradually closing.                                                Co...
Pg. 63, line 136 - …the gap with nature is _______ closing.                                             Colleagues       ...
Summarizing                  1) Read one paragraph silently. 2) Work with your partner to write a 1 or 2 sentence  summ...
HW                  Complete VP 8Novel quiz
24. vp 7 quiz, novel groups, unit 4 text
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24. vp 7 quiz, novel groups, unit 4 text

  1. 1. Reading 3 IECPSpring 2013Nikki Mattson
  2. 2. Agenda• Idiom• VP 7 quiz• Novel groups• RE 4 text and activities
  3. 3. jump to conclusions• to judge or decide something without having all the facts/ make a rushed decision
  4. 4. Practice• One time somebody jumped to a conclusion about me. When they saw me, they….• One time that I jumped to a conclusion was…• Instead of jumping to a conclusion, why don’t you…
  5. 5. VP 7 quiz
  6. 6. Novel Discussion Groups• 1) Take turns orally summarizing what happened in the section you read.• 2) Let Nikki know you are ready for the questions.• 3) Take notes about/answer the questions – the quiz will have the same questions (but fewer), and you can use your notes.
  7. 7. Pg. 60 – “Before You Read” and Part A 
  8. 8. What is Biomimetics?Questions 1)Why does the speaker mention the spider andbeetle examples?2)How is nature “like a catalog of products”?3)Why does the speaker mention thegreenhouse building project?Biomimetic Video
  9. 9. pg. 61, line 15 – The thorny devil can also do this whenstanding on damp sand – a _______competitive advantage in the desert.  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  10. 10. Pg. 61, line 17 – Parker had come to solve the_______of precisely how it does this…  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  11. 11. Pg. 61, line 19 - …to make a_______to help people collect water in the desert.   Colleagues  Vital  Nonetheless  Insight  Riddle  gradually  Device  Gap  Vertical  Reproduce
  12. 12. Pg. 61, line 38 – Parker sent his observations and experimental results to…two __________.  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  13. 13. Pg. 61, line 45 – This combination of biological ______ andengineering pragmatism is vital to success in biomimetics.  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  14. 14. Pg. 62, line 95 - …Fearing is confident that over time he will close the ________ between nature and human engineering.  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  15. 15. pg. 62, line 105 – Cutkosky studied the extremely small structureson the gecko’s feet that allow it to run up and down ______walls…  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  16. 16. Pg. 63, line 135 – For the present, engineers cannot hope to _______ it. Colleagues Vital  Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  17. 17. Pg. 63, line 136 – _________, the gap with nature is gradually closing. ColleaguesVitalNonethelessInsightRiddlegraduallyDeviceGapVerticalReproduce
  18. 18. Pg. 63, line 136 - …the gap with nature is _______ closing.  Colleagues Vital Nonetheless Insight Riddle gradually Device Gap Vertical Reproduce
  19. 19. Summarizing  1) Read one paragraph silently. 2) Work with your partner to write a 1 or 2 sentence summary of the paragraph. Use paraphrasing. 3) Make two copies (of each summary sentence).  One copy should be written on the colored paper (make it large!) One sentence should be on each color.  One copy should be added to the paragraph summary of the whole article. (transitions should be added) 4) Continue until you have all 9 paragraphs summarized.
  20. 20. HW Complete VP 8Novel quiz

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