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Thank You Ma'am

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erika steinger

on 2 January 2014

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Transcript of Thank You Ma'am

Thank You, Ma'am
Thank You, Ma'am
Thank You, Ma'am
As I read the story, you will follow along with me.
Think of questions about parts of the story that you find confusing.
After we read the story, you will have a chance to share your questions.
We will post everyone's questions on the board.
Thank You, Ma'am
Following along and thinking of questions in your head
Why a character does or says something
Why something happens the way that it does
What a word, phrase, or sentence means
A place where you feel confused about what's happening
Thank You, Ma'am
Exit Slip: Explain the ways in which
Mrs. Luella Bates Washington Jones attempts to teach Roger the difference between right and wrong.
Thank You, Ma'am
Lesson EQ: How do people learn the difference between right and wrong?
Do Now: In your journal, respond to the following prompt.

Recall a time when someone taught you the difference between right and wrong OR a time when you taught someone else the difference between right and wrong and write about it in your journal.
Your questions might be about...
Why a character does or says something
Why something happens the way that it does
What a word, phrase, or sentence means
A place where you feel confused about what is happening
Think - Take a minute to gather your questions.

Pair - Partner up with the person next to you.

Share - Share the questions that you came up with.

Each group will share at least one question to put on the
board!
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