Timer- “Bring It On Home” Sam Cooke(1963, 3:12)
Prompt- Evaluate what you need to do to bring it on home for Round Tables:
- Practice discussions in my group
- Get a shape up
- Evaluate evidence in my evidence gatherer.
SLT- I can gather and evaluate evidence to determine my best possible points for arguing.
SLT- I can communicate ideas clearly in an appropriate, sophisticated and original way to an audience.
SLT- I can engage in an academic, back and forth, discussion.
Circle the verbs and underline the nouns
- Part I-
- Round 1- Share Best Evidence – Partner shares it back to you.
- Round 2-7- Repeats until all partners are out of evidence.
- Part II-
- Consensus Building – Whip around discussion with the goal of choosing 1 animal among your group and explaining why you chose it.
Read Aloud- Cornell Listening Notes
Work time- working in your notebook, Science Folder and Discussion Collecting Sheet
Option I- Practice your roundtable discussion at your table
Option II- Rank your Evidence from your FS BROS on the Sheet. Interpret and Analyze it for discussion.
Option III- Continue to collect Evidence for your discussion
If you are still doing this, you are way behind.
Homework starts tonight. 30 Minutes of Reading, 2-3 Sentence Reaction/Summary, 1 Page of Independent Writing