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Copy of 1.7 Heroes in Action

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Transcript of Copy of 1.7 Heroes in Action

And Finally
Heroes In Action
Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr
Using a circle map, brainstorm
events
or
challenges
or
situations
in which an ordinary person might act heroically.
Anticipation Guide
Introduction
As you read classify the who, what, when, where, why, and how in a tree map.
Then take that information and sequence the facts in your
own words.
During Reading
What defines a hero? Add ideas generated from the article and video to your circle map.
1. All heroes are brave.
2. Heroes are created by the events around them.
3. Most people have a hero.
4. You cannot be defeated and still be considered a hero.
5. In order to be a true hero, a person would have to risk his or her life.
6. If all you want is fame and glory, then regardless of what you do, you should not be called a hero.
7. All heroes are human.
8. Real-life heroes are not like the heroes we read about in
books or watch in movies.
9. Heroes are always handsome or beautiful.
10. If you perform one heroic deed, then you are a hero.
11. Heroes are always famous.
12. I know a person whom I consider a hero.
13. Heroic deeds happen every day, all around us.
14. Heroes must face tragedy.
15. Heroes never return to normal life.
16. Heroes are always adults.
Write about an event that involved someone acting heroically. Make sure to add the who, what, when, where, why.
Using the sequencing maps, generate
a paragraph which summarizes the definition of a hero as presented in the
article and video.
Tape the anticipation guide in your composition books and indicate which statements you agree and disagree with.
Share responses at your table to see
where you are similar or different with your thinking.
During Viewing
As you watch the video classify the who, what, when, where, why, and how in a tree map.
Then take that information and sequence the facts in your
own words.
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