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Secondary Source! Day 2

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Secondary Source! Day 2
Do Now - Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Do Now - Tuesday, October 6, 2015
IMAGE ANALYSIS:

Predict how this image relates
to writing your secondary
source!
First, look at your
observations.
Make a list of the three topics you wrote about.
1.
2.
3.
First,

Second,
In addition…
Another important part of this artifact is…
An additional part to note is…

Finally,....
Lastly,....


Today's Learning Objectives
What are the
three topics
of your observation?

Summarize them into a short phrase each.

For example: If you wrote about how an object looks old, you can write "appearance".

1)
2)
3)
1. SWBAT participate in a peer edit of their partner's HW, while checking for strong observations, strong inferences and a clear topic sentence.

2. After the peer edit, SWBAT construct their final draft using the criteria above.
BONUS QUESTION
What is a topic sentence?



Step 2:
"Chicken Foot Diagram"
Final Draft!
Turn in tomorrow or Thursday.
Neat.

Pen would be preferable.
At least two sentences, be
prepared to share.
STEP 1
Next, come up with
"clue phrases" for your
next two observations.
CLUES
1.
2.
3.
EXIT TICKET
Stuck? Gobble Gobble, not a problem!
I'm here to help! Here are clue phrases you can use.
The way something looks = appearance
A specific quote = the words contained in the document
A specific image = the document's illustrations
STEP 2
Transitional phrases between observations
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE :)
Today:
Work on Final Draft
Wednesday:
Turn in Final Draft & Artifact for 3 extra credit points!!!
Play Review Game!
QUIZ!
Thursday:
Turn in Final Draft & Artifact for regular full credit (totally fine).
Short Roman Empire Test (10 questions)
Collect Green Vocab Packet
Collect Do Now Notebook
Friday:
Start new unit: Medieval Europe!
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