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A KILLER without a CURE

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erika steinger

on 18 November 2013

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Transcript of A KILLER without a CURE

A KILLER without a CURE

DO NOW:
1.Why is the
sequence
of events important in telling a story?


2. What is the sequence of events in the days leading up to Sister Dinarosa Belleri's death?
A KILLER Without A CURE
Oral Close: As I read the passage, follow along in your book on page 40.
When I hesitate, say the next word aloud.
A KILLER Without A CURE
VOCABULARY Target Word: Infect (verb)
Days 13-50: Kikwit
Read "Days 13-50: Kikwit" independently, then answer the following question:
How would you feel if you were part of the clean-up team?
Summarize
Think-Pair-Share
In one or two sentences, summarize the topic and important details in "Days 8-12: Kikwit". Then, exchange your answers with the person next to you.
Conclusion
Can doctors stop this deadly disease?
Active Reading: When I finish reading,e prepared to tell how the first victim of Ebola probably contracted, or got, the virus.
Meaning: to
give
someone a
disease
Example: Because the disease is so contagious, people with Ebola can
infect
others easily. How can a disease
infect
a whole group of people? (A disease can
infect
a whole group of people by...)
Complete the sentence: A sneeze might
infect
someone by...
In "Days 8-12: Kikwit", the author discusses (topic).
The author explains that (detail).
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