Reading 3Spring 2013    IECPNikki Mattson
Agenda•   Idiom•   VP 8 Quiz•   Novel groups•   4B vocabulary
See it in a whole new light• Interpret or understand something in a very different way  than before
Practice• What is something that you see in a whole  new light after coming to the U.S?• I used to think _____ was boring,...
VP 8 quiz
Novel Discussion Groups• 1) Take turns orally summarizing what  happened in the section you read.• 2) Let Nikki know you a...
DREAM WEAVERSPg. 66 – “Before You Read” and PartA
Vocabulary ActivityIn groups, write one sentence about each picture. Use the vocabularyin each sentence. I will collect yo...
Pg. 67, line 5 – One of his inventions, a jacket that stays suspended in theair like a balloon after it has taken off…
Pg. 67, line 11 – Alex Soza is one of many dreamers and pioneers who areturning textile fantasies intro realities.
Pg. 67 , line 31 – While not all companies are forthcoming about theirproducts for fear of having their ideas stolen…
Pg. 68, line 53 – They have inserted the spider-silk protein gene into goats,thereby causing them to produce spider-silk p...
Pg. 69, line 111 – One of the most important areas of clothing innovation is formilitary purposes.
Pg. 69, line 123 – The researchers at Natick are also working on portablebuildings that are made of….
Pg. 69, line 127 - …these building materials would allow a team to build astructure large enough to hold airplanes in a fr...
Pg. 69, line 131 – The largest air beams…are so rigid that you can hang aheavy truck from one.
Pg. 69, line 139 - ..artistic jacket that defies gravity to smart aprons toinvisible military uniforms…
Pg. 69, line 142 – Who can foresee what these textile pioneers will dream upnext?
4B Text)s read lines 1-64s read lines 65-end)2 As get together and summarize information Bs get together and summarize inf...
HWP9ovel QuizE Unit 4 Test = Mondayomplete colored summaries from last class (if youhaven’t already.
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26. vp 8 quiz, novel groups, 4 b text

  1. 1. Reading 3Spring 2013 IECPNikki Mattson
  2. 2. Agenda• Idiom• VP 8 Quiz• Novel groups• 4B vocabulary
  3. 3. See it in a whole new light• Interpret or understand something in a very different way than before
  4. 4. Practice• What is something that you see in a whole new light after coming to the U.S?• I used to think _____ was boring, but now I see it in a whole new light because…• I have seen (person) in a whole new light since…
  5. 5. VP 8 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. DREAM WEAVERSPg. 66 – “Before You Read” and PartA
  8. 8. Vocabulary ActivityIn groups, write one sentence about each picture. Use the vocabularyin each sentence. I will collect your sentences and check them.xamples:ortablehis house is portable because it can be moved from one place toanother.t is nice to have a portable house if you are planning to move arounda lot.
  9. 9. Pg. 67, line 5 – One of his inventions, a jacket that stays suspended in theair like a balloon after it has taken off…
  10. 10. Pg. 67, line 11 – Alex Soza is one of many dreamers and pioneers who areturning textile fantasies intro realities.
  11. 11. Pg. 67 , line 31 – While not all companies are forthcoming about theirproducts for fear of having their ideas stolen…
  12. 12. Pg. 68, line 53 – They have inserted the spider-silk protein gene into goats,thereby causing them to produce spider-silk protein…
  13. 13. Pg. 69, line 111 – One of the most important areas of clothing innovation is formilitary purposes.
  14. 14. Pg. 69, line 123 – The researchers at Natick are also working on portablebuildings that are made of….
  15. 15. Pg. 69, line 127 - …these building materials would allow a team to build astructure large enough to hold airplanes in a fraction of the time…
  16. 16. Pg. 69, line 131 – The largest air beams…are so rigid that you can hang aheavy truck from one.
  17. 17. Pg. 69, line 139 - ..artistic jacket that defies gravity to smart aprons toinvisible military uniforms…
  18. 18. Pg. 69, line 142 – Who can foresee what these textile pioneers will dream upnext?
  19. 19. 4B Text)s read lines 1-64s read lines 65-end)2 As get together and summarize information Bs get together and summarize information
  20. 20. HWP9ovel QuizE Unit 4 Test = Mondayomplete colored summaries from last class (if youhaven’t already.

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