Chura and Marwe, Lit. Unit 1 Lesson 1

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Chura and Marwe, Lit. Unit 1 Lesson 1

  1. 1. TODAY’S OBJECTIVES • YOU SHOULD UNDERSTAND SOME BACKGROUND INFORMATION ABOUT THE STORY WE ARE GOING TO READ • YOU SHOULD MAKE SOME CONNECTIONS ABOUT THE THEME OF THE STORY TO YOUR OWN LIFE
  2. 2. TODAY’S AGENDA • WHO ARE THE MAASAI PEOPLE? • WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO FOLLOW YOUR HEART? • WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF WARM AND COLD LIFE SITUATIONS? • WHAT ARE THE RULES OF PEER DISCUSSION?
  3. 3. WHO ARE THE MAASAI? • VIDEO: HTTP://VIEWPURE.COM/IFMRE39C8ZA • TURN YOUR SPEAKER UP • PUT UP A GREEN CHECKMARK WHEN THE VIDEO IS FINISHED PLAYING FOR YOU
  4. 4. http://kinooze.com/2012/09/05/maasai-of-africa/ Type onto the whiteboard, the most interesting fact you read about the Maasai.
  5. 5. Always follow your heart
  6. 6. You are going to read a story about a girl who is given a test in which she must choose between the warm and the cold in life. People sometimes use the words warm and cold to describe how situations or experiences feel to them. For example, a cold situation could be one that is harsh or difficult to put up with. A warm experience could be happy or comforting. What is an example of a situation that you would describe as warm? Type one or more examples into the chat box.
  7. 7. What is an example of a situation that you would describe as cold? Type one or more examples into the chat box.
  8. 8. Think about having to choose between a warm situation or a cold one when it comes to someone you care for.
  9. 9. Next steps: AFTER CLASS, Read: Classics for Young Readers, Vol. 7 - pages 8-13 AFTER YOU READ, Complete: “Check Your Reading” questions in Lit. Unit 1, Lesson 1 Before Monday’s class, read: Classics for Young Readers, Vol. 7 - pages 13-17

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