Class Agenda #46- Hunger Games Chapter II- Post Its

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Alliance Groups 

 

Timer- “What About Your Friends” TLC (1992, 4:17)    

  11/30/16                                                                                 

  • Prompt- Turn to Page 18 of the The Hunger Games- What are the rules of The Hunger Games?
  • Copy the quote.

  • What does this quote reveal about Panem’s Government?

Share with your partner

  • Partner shares partner

SLTs

SLT- I can identify key elements of a dystopian society and evaluate an author’s purpose for creating one in fiction.

SLT- I can visualize and reread portions of difficult text.

SLT- I can use annotation strategies while reading a mysterious or difficult text.

Mini-Lesson

Yesterday we set up our Notebook

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  • QUESTION #
  • CHAPTER #
  • PAGE

Today- we talk about how to annotate when we have reading questions.

  • Step 1- Read the questions first.
  • Step 2- Have the questions in your mind when you read.
  • Step 3- As you’re reading, when you see something that makes you think, either as answer to a question or as a just a general thought, put a post-it note in the book.
  • Step 4- After you’re done reading the chapter, go back to your post it note see why you put a post it there.

Review Questions for Chapter II

  1. What is Katniss’ Connection To Peeta?
  2. What are the differences in volunteering between districts? Why?
  3. Why does seeing the dandelion after father’s death give Katniss hope?
  4. Explain the sacrifice that Katniss is making-

READING

  • Chapter #2
  • Page 26, first indent.

Class Work- Switch to Alliance Groups.

  • Answer Chapter II Questions in your notebook.
  • Create Chapter I Character Chart in your notebook
    • characters- Gale, Madge, Greasy Sae, Primrose, Katniss’s mom
  • Chapter I Summary
  • Chapter II Summary
  • Chapter II Character Tracker-
    • Effie Trinket, Peeta, Haymitch

Reading- Chapter III

  1. HW Reminder– 
  • Homework starts tonight. 30 Minutes of Reading, 2-3 Sentence Reaction/Summary, 1 Page of Independent Writing 
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