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Tuesday, September 15th
Transcript of Tuesday, September 15th
Identifying Story Elements
Now, we'll use the classic film- The Wizard of Oz, adapted from the classic book series by Frank Baum- to exemplify and define common academic vocabulary for reading and analyzing fictional literature.
Let's review the four principles of the Fish! philosophy. Then, we can draw names four our first Make Someone's Day.
* Copy the quote completely and accurately, including the author's name.
* Respond in a meaningful manner.
1. Analyze a quote on a given topic.
2. Make claims and inferences and support with evidence when reading and processing a nonfiction text.
3. Identify examples of story elements in a model text.
Roots Quiz Tomorrow
Don't forget to study for your quiz tomorrow!
You will need to define the two prefixes- sub and trans- and match the words with the correct definition.
"Selfishness must always be forgiven you know, because there is no hope of a cure."