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DO NOW
Self-reflection !
On a new piece of paper, answer:
• How well do you think you can cite text-
based evidence to sup...
A Long Walk to Water
Learning Objectives
I can cite several pieces of text-based
evidence to support my analysis of Nya an...
A Long Walk to Water
Learning Objectives
I can effectively engage in discussions with
y classmates about our reading.
I ca...
A Long Walk to Water
Notes
Gather Your Notes
• Notebook (Reader’s Notes & Vocabulary)
• Gathering Evidence worksheets (fol...
A Long Walk to Water
World Café Discussion
World Café Discussion
What do you need?
• A Long Walk to Water
• All notes/ she...
A Long Walk to Water
World Café
Round # 1
• Choose “recorder” – You will take notes
• Look at question A:
How do culture, ...
A Long Walk to Water
World Café
Round # 2
• Recorders: stay put!
• Others, moved to a new group together
• Recorders, shar...
A Long Walk to Water
World Café
Round # 2
• New question:
How do culture, time and place influence
Salva’s character in wa...
A Long Walk to Water
World Café
Round # 3
• Recorders: stay put!
• Others, moved to a new group together
• Recorders, shar...
A Long Walk to Water
World Café
Round # 3
• New question:
How do culture, time and place influence
both Salva and Nya in s...
A Long Walk to Water
Writing
Pre-writing ideas!
Nya’s identity/ Point of view
• Because Nya’s story is happening in
2008 s...
A Long Walk to Water
Writing
Pre-writing ideas!
Salva’s identity/ Point of view
• Salva is unsure every time he meets
new ...
A Long Walk to Water
Writing
Pre-writing ideas!
Your turn – use your organizer
• Think about Nya & Salva
• How is culture ...
A Long Walk to Water
Learning Objectives
I can cite several pieces of text-based
evidence to support my analysis of Nya an...
A Long Walk to Water
Learning Objectives
I can effectively engage in discussions with
y classmates about our reading.
I ca...
A Long Walk to Water
Homework
Find your Independent Reading Book
• From classroom library
• From school library
• From loc...
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A Long Walk to Water - Lssn 9

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A Long Walk to Water - Lssn 9

  1. 1. DO NOW Self-reflection ! On a new piece of paper, answer: • How well do you think you can cite text- based evidence to support your understanding of Nya and Salva? • Name one thing that makes you feel successful • Name one thing that is challenging to you…explain why.
  2. 2. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support my analysis of Nya and Salva’s characters in A Long Walk to Water. I can analyze how Ms. Park develops and contrasts the points of view of Nya and Salva in the novel.
  3. 3. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can effectively engage in discussions with y classmates about our reading. I can select ideas from my notes to support my analysis of the characters of Nya and Salva. **
  4. 4. A Long Walk to Water Notes Gather Your Notes • Notebook (Reader’s Notes & Vocabulary) • Gathering Evidence worksheets (folders) • Quizzes, Exit Sheets, etc.
  5. 5. A Long Walk to Water World Café Discussion World Café Discussion What do you need? • A Long Walk to Water • All notes/ sheets you just collected • Groups of 3-4
  6. 6. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 1 • Choose “recorder” – You will take notes • Look at question A: How do culture, time and place influence Nya’s character in ways that are different from Salva?
  7. 7. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 2 • Recorders: stay put! • Others, moved to a new group together • Recorders, share what your old group said • Choose a NEW recorder – you take notes this round
  8. 8. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 2 • New question: How do culture, time and place influence Salva’s character in ways that are different from Nya?
  9. 9. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 3 • Recorders: stay put! • Others, moved to a new group together • Recorders, share what your old group said • Choose a NEW recorder – you take notes this round
  10. 10. A Long Walk to Water World Café Round # 3 • New question: How do culture, time and place influence both Salva and Nya in similar ways?
  11. 11. A Long Walk to Water Writing Pre-writing ideas! Nya’s identity/ Point of view • Because Nya’s story is happening in 2008 she is not fleeing from a war, but is able to stay home and help her family find water every day. (time)
  12. 12. A Long Walk to Water Writing Pre-writing ideas! Salva’s identity/ Point of view • Salva is unsure every time he meets new people because he is Dinka, and the Dinka are at war with the Nuer and in a Civil War with the government. (culture)
  13. 13. A Long Walk to Water Writing Pre-writing ideas! Your turn – use your organizer • Think about Nya & Salva • How is culture making them who they are? • Time? • Place?
  14. 14. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support my analysis of Nya and Salva’s characters in A Long Walk to Water. I can analyze how Ms. Park develops and contrasts the points of view of Nya and Salva in the novel.
  15. 15. A Long Walk to Water Learning Objectives I can effectively engage in discussions with y classmates about our reading. I can select ideas from my notes to support my analysis of the characters of Nya and Salva. **
  16. 16. A Long Walk to Water Homework Find your Independent Reading Book • From classroom library • From school library • From local library • Something from home Must find one by Friday and have it approved.

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