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10 1 e21-2

  1. 1. Warm-Up: Copy this down.1. Underline the sentence thatleads into the experience.2. Circle descriptive details thathelp the reader picture theexperience.3. Check the sentences thatare longer (compound).4. Place a star * next to eachevent.
  2. 2. p. 65My mother always said that familyshould matter the most. Personally, Ididn’t agree. I was more interested inspending time with my friends. Then,one summer, my grandmother had astroke and I began to understand whatmy mother meant.Target: Create a personal narrative
  3. 3. Warm-Up: Copy this down.1. Underline the sentence thatleads into the experience.2. Circle descriptive details thathelp the reader picture theexperience.3. Check the sentences thatare longer (compound).4. Place a star * next to eachevent.Target: Create a personal narrative
  4. 4. p. 65 Intro to “FamilyMatters”My mother always said that familyshould matter the most. Personally, Ididn’t agree. I was more interested inspending time with my friends. Then,one summer, my grandmother had astroke and I began to understand whatmy mother meant.Target: Create a personal narrative*
  5. 5. p. 65My grandma’s stroke had been massive. Shecould no longer move the left side of herbody. She had also lost vision in her left eye.She needed around-the-clock care. She hadbeen a very independent person, so this wasa really big blow.We went to visit my grandma at the nursinghome three times a week. The smell of theplace hit me like a slap in the face. The palecolors of the floor and walls looked sad anddrained. Plus, the beginning of each visit wasalways awkward because my grandmaTarget: Create a personal narrative
  6. 6. p. 65 ContinuedAt first, we would help her get morecomfortable. Grandma was often cold,so we would get her a sweater and theknitted hat she liked to wear. When theweather was nice, we would wheel heroutside to sit in the sun. She said theheat was “delicious.”After a while, we would start talking andforget about the place completely…Listening to the stories made me feellike I knew them, too.Target: Create a personal narrative
  7. 7. Your turn!Goals for the period:Complete p. 66Complete thepacket (dueWednesday)Target: Create a personal narrative
  8. 8. p. 65 “Engineering My Future”

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