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M1U1L10 Connecting The Lightning Thief and "The Hero's Journey"

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Transcript of M1U1L10 Connecting The Lightning Thief and "The Hero's Journey"

Selecting Evidence and Partner Writing: Connecting
The Lightning Thief
&
"The Hero's Journey"

Today's Learning Targets
• I can explain the
relationship
between a quote from
The Lightning Thief
and a quote from “The Hero’s Journey.”

• I can select
evidence
from “The Hero’s Journey” that
aligns
with
The Lightning Thief
.

• I can write a paragraph (with a partner) to describe how excerpts in
The Lightning Thief
align
to “The Hero’s Journey,”
citing evidence
from both texts.

GOAL!
• I can explain the relationship between a quote from
The Lightning Thief
and a quote from “The Hero’s Journey.”

• I can select
evidence
from “The Hero’s Journey” that
aligns
with
The Lightning Thief
.

• I can write a paragraph (with a partner) to describe how excerpts in
The Lightning Thief
align
to “The Hero’s Journey,”
citing evidence
from both texts.
Thank you!
Connecting “The Hero’s Journey” and The Lightning Thief:
A Carousel of Quotes
Reading Skill Activity:
make connections and describe the relationship between two texts. It’s almost like thinking about how two texts “talk to each other.”


In groups, you will examine quotes from both
The Lightning Thief
and “The Hero’s Journey” to help you think more about the relationship between the two texts.

“I have dyslexia and attention deficit disorder and I had never made above a C- in my life.”

“Heroes possess some ability or characteristic that makes them feel out-of-place.”

Partner Writing:
Using Evidence from Two Texts
With a partner, you are now going to use the evidence you just collected to do some writing. You will make a
claim
about Percy based on
evidence
from the text.

Directions:
1.
With your partner, study the model paragraph and our "Writing With Evidence" Criteria Checklist.

2.
Together, choose one stage of the hero’s journey from the
Selecting Evidence from “The Hero’s Journey” recording form
that you want to use in your writing.

3.
On your own, draft a paragraph using evidence from both texts.

4.
After finishing the paragraph, trade papers. Review the criteria again. Did your partner meet each part of the criteria?


Connecting “The Hero’s Journey” and The Lightning Thief:
A Carousel of Quotes
Part A
(Independently): Silently read these quotes, think about them, and jot down your initial (first) ideas about the relationships between them.

Part B
(Groups):
1.
At each chart, let a different member of your group read the two quotes aloud.

2.
Give each person a chance to share your thinking from your recording forms.

3.
Discuss the relationship between these quotes.

4.
Using your group marker, use the space below the quotes to write the relationship between them.

5.
Move to the next chart with a new pair of quotes.
Independently Selecting Relevant Evidence in Informational Texts:
Aligning Percy’s Experiences with "The Hero’s Journey"


Directions for Graphic Organizer:
1.
Read the excerpt (quote) from
The Lightning Thief
.

2.
Think: Does this quote align with the
archetype
of “the hero’s journey?”
(Is the quote an example of something that occurs during a hero's journey? This can include an event, a person, thing, etc. that may be present during a hero's journey.

3.
Go back to “The Hero’s Journey” to confirm (back up) your thinking and gather evidence.

4.
Discuss your findings with your group.

5.
If Percy’s experience does align, complete the graphic organizer with the stage of the hero’s journey Percy is at, as well as the quote from “The Hero’s Journey” that is your evidence.







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