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M1U1L3 The Lightning Thief

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Transcript of M1U1L3 The Lightning Thief

Think-Pair-Share:
What is this chapter mostly about so far? (The Gist)
Chapter 1 (Pages 1-4)
Meeting the Main Character:
A Carousel of Quotes
Each group will examine 5 quotes through a Carousel Brainstorm Activity


Directions:

1. Discuss with your groups "I Notice" and "I Wonder" about the main character/narrator, Percy (based on the quote).

2. Write your "notices" and "wonders" on the chart below each quote.

3. When signaled, rotate to the next quote and repeat this process.

*Don't forget to follow your Group Talk Expectations
Whole-Group Discussion:
What Do We Notice & Wonder
about Percy So Far?

Authors use many methods to help readers get to know the characters, such as:
actions, dialogue, inner thoughts

What have we learned about Percy Jackson so far?


Today's Learning Targets:
I can make
inferences
about Percy in order to understand him as the narrator of this story.


I can
cite evidence
from the text when answering questions and discussing Percy's character in
The Lightning Thief
.


I can follow our
Group Talk Expectations
when I participate in a discussion.
Bell Ringer:
The Lightning Thief
Grab your LA Binder and your "Lightning Thief" novel
Group Discussion:
Answering Text-Dependent Questions with Evidence
In your Group:

1. Pick a question from the "Question Bucket".

2. Reread pages 1-4 silently, keeping your question in mind.

3. When you find any evidence to answer your question, mark that page with an evidence flag.

4. After reading, discuss each question with your group.

5. Write the answer to your question in your own words, using a complete sentence.

6. Quote the sentence or two from the text that you are using as evidence (include the page number).
What is an Inference?
You make an inference when you...
Use clues from the story (text and pictures)
+
What you already know (background knowledge)
=
To figure out something that the author doesn't directly tell you!

When you are asked to make an inference, ask yourself:
"What conclusions can I make about what is happening in the book now?"


Examples of real-life inferences
Our Group Talk Expectations
Take turns speaking & listen to each other
Speak respectfully
Be prepared
Split work up evenly
No goofing off
Share in any way possible
Get along & don't fight
Don't be "the boss"
Review Learning Targets
I can make
inferences
about Percy in order to understand him as the narrator of this story.

I can
cite evidence
from the text when answering questions and discussing Percy's character in
The Lightning Thief.

I can follow our
Group Talk Expectations
when I participate in a discussion.
Exit Ticket: Understanding Percy Jackson
What is the most important thing you learned about Percy in Chapter 1?
How did the author show this about Percy?

Write in complete sentences and provide
one
specific example (quote) as evidence from the text.

The most important thing that I learned about Percy in Chapter 1 was that....

The author showed this by stating, "...." (page ..)

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