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6th grade CCSS RI 6.3

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Transcript of 6th grade CCSS RI 6.3

6th Grade CCSS RI 6.3

Lesson objective
We will
define
and
identify
how key ideas are introduced and elaborated on in text.
Skill Development
So, How do you identify which was an author gives us information?
Guided Practice
Follow the skill development steps to identify which way the author
GIVES
us the following info.
Guided Practice 2
Follow the skill development steps to identify which way the author
GIVES
us the following info.
APK

Information is delivered to use in many ways. As we process that info, we categorize it in our heads.
Concept: Information Category
When looking at informational text, we must identify how the author
GIVES
us this information!
Independent Practice
Follow the skill development steps to identify which way the author
GIVES
us the following info.
Closure
Answer each question:
Define
Means to state
Identify
Means to locate
cfu
what is the lesson objective?
what does define mean?
what does identify mean?
Information
We organize the information by importance.
Organization
How the info is presented: in an order (sequence, compare and contrast, etc.)
Stating/Identifying
When authors
STATE/ Identify
info, they tell us the info directly without further details.
Describing/Explains
When authors
DESCRIBE/ Explains
info, they tell us the info and then give descriptions about its meaning.
Quoting
When authors
QUOTE
info, they tell us the info from someones spoken words.
Step #1
Read
the question being asked
carefully
and
annotate key words
. They will tell you were to start your reading.
Step#2
Once you know your text to read, read the
whole section
and
find the key words
you annotated.
Ex #1
The
challenge of battling obesity
can be summed up as follows: 1. eat healthy choices, 2. exercise at least 30 mins three times a week, 3. regulate how many empty calories you intake.
Ex #2
"I for one think that the
key to fighting obesity
is Will Power! If you set your mind to a goal and don't quit, you will meet your goal 100%" said Nutritionist Dr. B. Hoover.
Ex #3
Some ways to
defeat obesity is a regiment of exercise
. You must train at least 30 mins three times a week. During those trainings, you must keep a higher heart rate than previous. You must also use more rapid reps with lighter weights to keep the heart rate up.
Ex #4
So
what is obesity
? Obesity can be defined as the condition of being grossly fat or overweight.
Ex #1
Socrates
(around 469–399 BC)
Socrates was born in Athens, Greece. His father was a stone cutter. Historians2 believe that Socrates may have followed his father's craft for some years. Little else is known of about his early life. Socrates spent much of his later years in the agora3, teaching and talking and asking questions. More than anything else, he wanted to help people to think about the best ways to live their lives. That is why he asked so many questions.
Question:
How was Socrates's later life elaborated on within the article?
What are the skill steps?
What do these info delivering strategies do?

A). Listing

B). Quoting

C). Describing

D). Stating
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Listing
When authors
LIST
info, they tell us the info, then list several examples in a row.
Step #3
Read the section and
identify how the author organized
the information:
1).
by stating
a clear idea
2).
by describing
idea with details
3).
by quoting
someone's thought
4).
by listing
several like sources

Which way is the info given:
a). quoting b). stating
c). describing d). listing
Which way is the info given:
a). quoting b). stating
c). describing d). listing
Which way is the info given:
a). quoting b). stating
c). describing d). listing
Which way is the info given:
a). quoting b). stating
c). describing d). listing
a). by stating that little is know about it.

b). by describing the key events/ jobs he did.

c). by quoting a rival with their commentary

d). by listing the many projects he failed
Step #1
Step #2
Step #3
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