September 6 -5. vp 1 quiz, re 1 vocab and summarizing

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September 6 -5. vp 1 quiz, re 1 vocab and summarizing

  1. 1. Reading 3 IECP Fall 2013 Nikki Mattson
  2. 2. Agenda • VP 1 quiz • RE 1 vocabulary, reading and summarizing
  3. 3. VP 1 Quiz
  4. 4. Chapter 1 Vocabulary
  5. 5. Pg. 11 - …and a few friends in a boat commenced their journey from Edo on May 16, 1689.
  6. 6. Pg. 11 – He has an open, friendly manner and a contagious intensity of spirit.
  7. 7. Pg. 11 – Early in the evening I hire a boat, which slowly navigates the Sumidagawa River almost to Tokyo Bay…
  8. 8. Pg. 12 – Many people arrive at Matsushima on ferries.
  9. 9. The ferries sail past Niwo Island, whose shape resembles a submarine…
  10. 10. Pg. 12 - …some are piled double on each other, or even triple, and some are divided at one end and overlapping at the other.
  11. 11. Pg. 12 – Some bear others on their backs; some seem to embrace them, as if caressing their offspring…
  12. 12. Pg. 12 – Basically, about 800 years ago a woman tried to flee from a powerful official with her small child along the cliffs.
  13. 13. Pg. 13 – Cormorants are birds that can be trained to dive and catch fish, which the fisherman retrieve by reaching into the cormorant’s throats.
  14. 14. Pre-reading • What will you read about? – A writer and photographer from National Geographic who followed the path that Matsuo Basho traveled in 1689. • Who was Matsuo Basho? – A Japanese poet who walked for five months trough the villages and mountains of Japan. During and after his journey, Basho produced his great work entitled Narrow Road to a Far Province. – Today, thousands of people visit the village where Basho was born, the shrine where he is buried, and the path that he travelled through Japan. • Questions to think about while you are reading… • 1) Where do Norman and Yamashita (the writer and photographer) travel to? • 2) What are some similarities and between what the National Geographic travelers experience and what Basho would have experienced over 300 years before their journey?
  15. 15. • Read 1 paragraph silently. Stop. • Orally summarize the paragraph with your partner. • Repeat these steps until you have finished the text Reading and Oral Summarizing
  16. 16. HW • Complete Vocabulary Power chapter 2 (pgs. 12-19) • Complete Reading Explorer pgs. 14-15 in your book

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