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Binghamton 7th ela

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Binghamton 7th ela

  1. 1. Name(s): Megan HanrahanDay 1: “Emancipation Proclamation”by Abraham Lincoln District: Binghamton City School District Day 1 Activities focus on CCSS Standards: Click here to enter text. th Grade Level for Task: 7 grade English Language Arts 1. Teacher introduces the text and students read: Click here to enter text. 2. Teacher then reads the text out loud to the class and students follow along in the text. 3. Teacher asks the class a small set of guiding questions and tasks about the text. 4. Click here to enter text. Text Under Discussion Directions for Teachers/Guiding Questions for Students Include the beginning and ending phrases of the passage being discussed in 1. Introduce the text and ask students to read the text this section. independently. Other than giving an initial gloss to words students would likely not be able to define from context (underlined in the text above), avoid giving any background context or instructional guidance at the outset of the lesson while Beginning: “That on the 1st day of January, A.D. 1863, all persons held as students are reading the text silently. This close reading approach forces slaves within any State or designated part of a State the people whereof shall students to rely exclusively on the text instead of privileging background then be in rebellion against the United States shall be then, thenceforward, knowledge, and levels the playing field for all students as they seek to and forever free; and the executive government of the United States, comprehendClick here to enter text.. It is critical to cultivating independence including the military and naval authority thereof, will recognize and and creating a culture of close reading that students initially grapple with rich maintain the freedom of such persons and will do no act or acts to repress texts like Click here to enter text. without the aid of prefatory material, such persons and will do no act extensive notes, or even teacher explanations. 2. Read the passage out loud to the class as students follow along in Ending: Click here to enter text. the text. Asking students to listen to Click here to enter text.exposes students a second time to the rhythms and meaning of the language before they begin their close reading of the passage. Speaking clearly and carefully will allow students to follow Click here to enter text. and reading out loud with students following along improves fluency while offering all students access to this complex text. Accurate and skillful modeling of the reading provides students who may be dysfluent with accurate pronunciations and syntactic patterns of English.
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  3. 3. Central Concern #2 Directions for Teachers/Guiding Questions for StudentsCentral Concern: 1. Ask the class a small set of guiding questions and tasks about the text.Click here to enter text. As students move through these questions, be sure to check for and reinforce their understanding of academic vocabulary in theAnswer: Click here to enter text. corresponding text (which will be boldfaced the first time it appears in the text). At times the questions may focus on academic vocabulary. Text Under Discussion Continued (Q4) Click here to enter text.Include the beginning and ending phrases of the passage being discussed in thissection. Answer Click here to enter text.Beginning:Click here to enter text.Ending: Click here to enter text. (Q5) Click here to enter text. Answer Click here to enter text. (Q6) Click here to enter text.
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