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Daily Journey (Literacy Framework Template)

Classroom Agenda
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Christina Campbell

on 30 November 2015

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Transcript of Daily Journey (Literacy Framework Template)

Daily Literacy Framework
Students will develop higher-order thinking questions based on the content from Wilma Rudolph's biography. Questions will be aligned to standard RI 7.3.

After developing questions, students will then develop an answer key. The answer key will reflect responses that follow the ACE strategy (Answer, Cite, Evidence- RI 7.1).

Students are required to provide a minimum of two pieces of textual evidence to support their answers.
I-Do
We-Do
You-Do
Wrap-Up
Daily Routine
1. Enter quietly.

2. Prepare for class.
Items on Desk:
Interactive NTBK, Folder, Novel, Agenda, Pencils

3. Take a seat.

4. Begin Reading.
Today's Agenda
"Literary Framework"
Bellringer
The teacher will...


Homework

THANK YOU FOR LEARNING!
1.
SSR & Quick Write Response
2.
Bellringer
3.
I-Do (Mini-Lesson)
4.
We-Do (Guided Practice)
5.
You-Do (Indep. Practice)
6.
Closure & H.W.
SSR & Quick Write Response:

The learner will...
How did Mr. Bueller's response to Victor in class impact the story's ending?
Complete the 1st Nine Weeks Evaluation for this class by going to Google Classroom and clicking on the link under "About".

Select three questions (one from each category) from your "Reading Closely for Details" guide. Answer each question based on the content from your self-selected book.

(Refer to pg. 2 of your Interactive Notebook.)
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