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Goin' Fishin'

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Goin' Fishin'
by Chris Crutcher
Silent Reading
Take out your reading book (or get one from the bookshelf) and read quietly for 7 minutes
Fill out your regular Reading Log AND your Metacognitive Reading Log - use one sentence starter at the bottom of the page and record your thoughts for that starter. Please include:
General statement about the reading (optional)
1-2 details from what you just read
A connection between what you read and yourself, another book/movie, the world, another person, etc. (This reminds me of...)
Prompt A - Level 1 Writing
Directions:
Get out your reading notebook and turn to the next clean page.
Write the date in a corner at the top.
Copy down the prompt into your notebook.
Answer the prompt (remember to RESTATE the question in your first sentence).
Skip lines when writing.
When everyone is finished, switch books and read another person's writing. Comment on their response with 1-2 lines of writing.

Prompt:
What would you do or how would you feel if your best friend accidentally hurt someone in your family?

Answer this question with at least
4
lines of writing (skip lines).
Prompt B - Level 1 Writing
Directions:
Get out your reading notebook and turn to the next clean page (or just skip a few lines from your last entry).
Write the date.
Copy down the prompt in your notebook.
Answer the prompt (remember to RESTATE the question in your first sentence).
Skip lines when writing.
When everyone is finished, switch books and read another person's writing. Comment on their response with 1-2 lines of writing.

Prompt:
If Lion could have gone back in time, even if he could not have saved his family, he would have chosen to "stay on the boat." Why would Lion have made the decision to stay on the boat?

Answer this question with 3 lines of writing (skip lines).
Creative Writing Entry - Level 3 Writing
Task:

You are NEAL! You are writing a letter to Lion. Explain where you have been and what has happened to you since the day of the accident. Use first person point of view (I, me, my, we...). This is a ONE-PAGE ENTRY (skip lines).

FCA #1: Letter has opening and closing statements.
FCA #2: Letter lists at least two things that have happened to Neil since the day of the accident.
FCA #3: Letter explains/elaborates on each of the details given in FCA #2 with at least 3 sentences per detail.
Assumed FCA: Date, Capitals, and End Punctuation
Prompt D - Level 1 Writing
Directions:
Get out your reading notebook and turn to the next clean page.
Write the date in a corner at the top.
Copy down the prompt into your notebook.
Answer the prompt (remember to RESTATE the question in your first sentence).
Skip lines when writing.
When everyone is finished, switch books and read another person's writing. Comment on their response with
2-3
lines of writing.

Prompt:
What is Elaine trying to explain to Lion when she says, "The universe caught him (Neal) and it didn't catch you. That's the only difference!" ?

Answer this question with
5
lines of writing (skip lines).
Prompt E - Level 1 Writing
Directions:
Get out your reading notebook and turn to the next clean page.
Write the date in a corner at the top.
Copy down the prompt into your notebook.
Answer the prompt (remember to RESTATE the question in your first sentence).
Skip lines when writing.
When everyone is finished, switch books and read another person's writing. Comment on their response with 2-3 lines of writing.

Prompt:
The teacher catches you doing something wrong and you try to get out of it by complaining that other people were doing it too. What would the teacher mean when she says, "This time, the universe caught you."

Answer this question with
4
lines of writing (skip lines).
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