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M1U1L11 Selecting Evidence: The Lightning Thief and "The Hero's Jour

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Transcript of M1U1L11 Selecting Evidence: The Lightning Thief and "The Hero's Jour

Today's Learning Targets
• I can get the
gist
of an excerpt from
The Lightning Thief
.

• I can answer questions using
evidence
about an excerpt from
The Lightning Thief
.

• I can
select evidence
from both
The Lightning Thief
and “The Hero’s Journey” that shows how Percy is on a hero’s journey.

Close Read:
Percy Explores Camp Half-Blood (pages 78-82)
Answering
Text-Dependent Questions: "I Become Supreme Lord of the Bathroom"
Focusing on Learning Target #2:
I can answer questions using
evidence
about an excerpt from
The Lightning Thief
.

Answering questions, and using evidence in your answers, is an important step in reading something closely because it draws your attention to parts of the text that you may have missed.

Directions for Groups:
1.
Read the questions so you know what to look for when you reread.

2.
Reread the passage, keeping the questions in mind.

3.
Use an evidence flag to mark places in the text connected to one of the questions.

4.
Answer the questions on your paper. Be sure to use evidence to support your answer as well as complete sentences!

Group Collaboration to Choose Evidence
Focusing on Learning Target #3:

I can
select evidence
from both
The Lightning Thief
and “The Hero’s Journey” that shows how Percy is on a hero’s journey.

There are multiple examples of Percy being on a hero’s journey in the passage that you just read closely.

Directions for Groups:
1.
On your graphic organizer, I have included which stages of “The Hero’s Journey” show up in the passage of
The Lightning Thief
you read closely.

2.
Review these sections in “The Hero’s Journey” to remind yourself what happens in each of those stages.

3.
Think: “In the passage from
The Lightning Thief
that we just read closely, how does this stage of the hero’s journey show up?”

4.
Go back to the passage in Chapter 6 of The Lightning Thief and choose a specific scene that shows Percy experiencing that stage in “the hero’s journey.”

5.
Go back to “The Hero’s Journey” and choose a quote that clearly connects to Percy’s experience.
Reflecting on Learning Targets
• I can get the
gist
of an excerpt from
The Lightning Thief
.

• I can answer questions using
evidence
about an excerpt from
The Lightning Thief
.

• I can
select evidence
from both
The Lightning Thief
and “The Hero’s Journey” that shows how Percy is on a hero’s journey.
Read-Aloud of Chapter 6 & Quote
-Read Aloud of Chapter 6 on page 75

-Chapter 6, page 86 (quote)

Think-Pair-Share:
How is the meaning of archetype that we learned connected to this idea of the minotaur as an archetype?
Selecting Evidence:
The Lightning Thief &
"The Hero's Journey"

Read Aloud for Chapter 7
My Dinner Goes Up in Smoke

(pgs. 93-95)
Allies/Helpers (sidekicks)
The Road of Trials (Tasks)
Entering the Unknown
Supernatural Aid/Mentor
Learning Targets:
I can select evidence from
The Lightning Thief
and "The Hero's Journey" that shows how Percy is on a hero's journey.

I can write a paragraph describing how Percy's experiences align with "The Hero's Journey."
Focusing on Learning Target #1:

I can get the
gist
of an excerpt from
The Lightning Thief
.

Open your book to page 78.

Directions for Groups:

1.
Take turns reading from the bottom of
page 78
starting with: “As we got closer …” to
page 82
“… Annabeth is waiting for us.”

2.
Stop every few paragraphs and write the
gist
on a sticky note and place it in your book.
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