02 horse for_matthew

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02 horse for_matthew

  1. 1. Literary Genre: Short Story<br />Reading to Understand:<br />A Horse for Matthew<br />
  2. 2. Objectives/TEKS<br />OBJ/TEKS 6B,7F rely on content to determine meanings & identify main ideas<br />Objective:<br />English 1 students close read and annotate a literary passage.<br />English I students answer a set of multiple-choice questions.<br />English I students construct an open-ended response.<br />
  3. 3. Academic Vocabulary(words you’ll encounter often in school)<br />Deconstruct: v. (de-con-struct)<br />to take apart or examine to determine meaning<br />In plain language: to figure out precisely the question that the OER prompt is asking<br />Annotate: v. (an-no-tate)<br />to make or furnish critical or explanatory notes or comment <br />In plain language: to take good notes when you are studying something<br />
  4. 4. Instructional Strategy(what we’re going to do today)<br />Pre-Read:<br />Preview the text, title, format<br />Predict: What will this story selection be about?<br />Set a purpose for reading:<br />Deconstruct the open-ended prompt:<br />What do Matthew and Sundance have in common? Explain your answer and support it with evidence from the selection.<br />Read:<br />Students close read and annotate for what Matthew and Sundance have in common in the literary selection.<br />Post-Read:<br />Students answer the multiple-choice questions (reread any sections specified by a question in paragraph #3...)<br />Student plan, shape, and draft a response to the open-ended question<br />Students apply the scoring rubric (attachment)<br />Teachers deconstruct the multiple choice questions on the selection (attachment)<br />

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