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Unit 6 Week 3

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Transcript of Unit 6 Week 3

Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Les Miserables Quote Acivity 4. Details Video
5. Les Miserable and Tale of Two Cities Guided Reading

Review LT
I can analyze a complex text for supporting details.
Les Miserables Quote Activity
1. What does the quote mean?
2. Do you agree with it? Why or why not?

*You must complete one from each bucket.
Les Miserables &
Tale of Two Cities
1. Read Les Mierables
2. Complete Guided Reading
3. Read Tale of Two Cities
4. Complete Reading Guide
1. Preview Questions
2. Read Les Miserables
3. Complete Guided Reading
#s 1-4
1. Preview Questions
2. Read Tale of Two Cities
3. Complete Guided Reading
#s5-8
“Les Misérables” and “A Tale of Two Cities” both include scenes in which a person is arrested.
9.Answer - What do these scenes have in common? Cite - Use details from the passages to support your answer.
10. Extend your answer to number 9.
Closing
# 6 Correction -
The doctor should not have been imprisoned for reporting the death of the young man to the Minister.

Journal

Describe a time you know of when you or someone you know was punished harshly for a small crime.

Tale of Two Cities Gallery Walk
1. Predict what is happening in the picture.
Do Now
Identifying Prepositions
Underline the prepositions in the following sentences.
1. The home of this great orator reflects the struggles faced by the family.
2. Webster’s father kept a tavern and also ran a sawmill on nearby Punch Creek.
3. The farmhouse is decorated with simple housekeeping tools.
4. The young Webster’s education came mostly from newspapers.
1. The home of this great orator reflects the struggles faced by the family.
2. Webster’s father kept a tavern and also ran a sawmill on nearby Punch Creek.
3. The farmhouse is decorated with simple housekeeping tools.
4. The young Webster’s education came mostly from newspapers.
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. French Revolution Art
4. Latin American Independence Song
5. Latin American Independence Non-Fiction Article
French Revolution Art
Study the paintings carefully and answer the questions beneath them.
Latin American Independence
1. Read the non-fiction historical account on Latin American Independence
- Complete supporting details for the central idea, " Latin America countries won independence through a variety of different methods.
- Academic Vocabulary Match
- Evaluate important figures
Name
What did he care about?
What beliefs did he hold?

Closing - Discussion
Causes of Latin American countries wanting independence.
Effects of 2-3 Influential Leaders
Learning Today
I can analyze a non-fiction article for details.
As a group half sheet of paper
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