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Copy of SpringBoard ELA Level 1 Activity 3.13 and Activity 3.14

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Kimberly Cole

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Transcript of Copy of SpringBoard ELA Level 1 Activity 3.13 and Activity 3.14

Brainstorm More Research Research Activity 3.13 The New Kid Notes Place your own picture
behind this frame! Double click to crop it if necessary San Francisco Budapest Important
Details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr You will begin this activity working with your shoulder partner. Read the top paragraph and number 1 on p 228. With your shoulder partner, complete the graphic organizer on p 228. The odd number partner will do "The Caveman" through "Magnet" and the even number partner will do "Zigzag" through "X-Ray." When you both have finished share your information to fill in the graphic organizer. Choose one of the characters you just got information on, NOT "The Caveman" or "Zero," and circle their name. Writing a Monologue On a separate piece of paper you will independently be writing a monologue for this character.
Word Origin & History
monologue
1668, "long speech by one person," from Late Gk. monologos "speaking alone," from Gk. monos "single, alone" + logos "speech, word," from legein "to speak" (see lecture).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Read number 3 on p 229.
For example if you chose Squid you might begin:
Hey! Have you seen the new kid? The one who took Barf Bag's place? Man, the Caveman is one tough dude. You will do this part of the activity with your face partner. On the back of your piece of paper you will independently be writing a monologue for this character. Choose one of the characters that you just got information on and circle their name. After you have finished your monologue, you will get back with your face partner and take turns reading your monologue. The person with the most buttons will go first. The other partner will guess which man the monologue is from. Read number 5 on p 230. Activity 3.14 Tracing Stanley's Character details doodles notes outlook photo frame Read number two on p 229. Complete the graphic organizer on the character you circled. Boxes 1 - 4 will be about the character you have chosen, box 5 is about what that character thinks about Stanley. Read number 4 on p 230.
Complete the graphic organizer.
The odd number partner will do Mr. Sir and the even number partner will do Mr. Pendanski.
When you both are done share to complete the graphic organizer. Remember to stay in first person, you ARE this character. In your monologues use lots of vivid adjectives and exact nouns. Get back with your shoulder partner and you will take turns reading your monologue. The person closest to the ceiling will begin. The other partner will try to figure out which boy the monologue is from. Pay CLOSE attention. Read number 6 on p 230.
Think about and formulate your response to the two questions. Looking again at the second Essential Question, "How does voice relate to audience and purpose?" Now that you have read through Chapter 10 you will complete a graphic organizer on the characterization of Stanley. With your shoulder partner fill in the details about Stanley using textual evidence (direct quote from the book with quotation marks and page number). Your bookmarks and double-entry journal may be helpful resources. On p 232 for number 2 write a topic sentence about Stanley that incorporates some of the information you have noted. You will use todays skills later in the unit on another character. On your separate piece of paper you will do a quickwrite predicting how Stanley will change while he is at Camp Green Lake. In this quickwrite you will include textual evidence and commentary. Tonight you will read Chapters 9 - 16. Remember, you will continue to add to your bookmark about Stanley.
Also remember, you will continue to add to your double-entry journal for each chapter you read. Tonight make sure you have read Chapters 1 - 10.
Remember, you will add to your bookmark on Stanley as you read.
Also remember, you will add to your double-entry journal for each chapter you read. The odd number partner will complete the graphic organizer for Chapters 1 - 6, the even number partner will complete the graphic organizer for Chapters 7 - 10. When you both are done you will share to finish the entire chart.
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