Class Agenda #119- American Dream Text Coding.

4/25/17

Steel Drum Week

Timer- “54-46 Was My Number” -Toots and The Maytals (1968, 4:01) 

Prompt-  Text Codes

  • Freedom of Speech  — SP

  • Freedom of Religion  — R

  • Freedom from Want —  W

  • Freedom from Fear — F

  • SLT’s-

  • I can identify where the American Dream is evident in my Book Club book using text codes.

     Notes-

– Skip a line between each

  • Who?

  • What? (did/will do)

  • When?

  • Where?

  • Why?

  • How?

    Neatly write your name on the inside cover of your book.

Mini-Lesson-

  • Yesterday we talked about pacing during book clubs and groups being on the same page.

Today we’re going to start applying our text codes to our book club books.

Looking at the SLT-

I can identify where the American Dream is evident in my Book Club book using text codes.

Today we’re going to begin Text Coding Our Books As We Read.

Model- 

  • The Good Braider– Chapter 2 Joba
    • Pay close attention as I read and text code.
  • Practice 5 Minutes 
    • Reread Chapter 1 or Chapter 2 of your book. 
    • Text Code using our American Dream Text Codes
    • Share at your tables your text codes. – Make sure you’re all in agreement

Class Work-

  • Read for 10 minutes

    as you read

  • Text Code using our Four Freedoms Text Codes- 
  • Freedom of Speech  — SP
  • Religion — R
  • Want — W
  • Fear — F
    • After 10 Minutes

      • Independently fill out your who, what, where, when, how and why

      • Search for any quotes that will answer your Do Now Question

      • Groups fill out your Pages and Summary Sentence 

    • Exit Ticket-
      • Group Summary Sentence
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