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Unit 2 Lesson 12

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erika steinger

on 7 October 2014

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Transcript of Unit 2 Lesson 12

Unit 2 Lesson 12
Chunk 3
Awkward tension between mother and daughter

Mother signs daughter up for piano lessons

Daughter asks mother why she doesn't love her the way she is
Chunk 4
During Reading
How does the narrator, Jing Mei, take advantage of her instructor's disability?

Exit Slip
Do Now
Get your Springboard book

Copy down the Lesson EQ and the word of the day

Answer the following question in your binder in five sentences or more.
Are you inspired or discouraged by competition? Explain your answer.
1. How does the narrator, Jing Mei, take advantage of her instructor's disability?

2. What does Jing Mei's behavior during piano lessons symbolize about her relationship with her mother?

3. The mother tells Auntie Lindo that Jing Mei is so focused on her music that she can't even do her chores. Why does she say this?
Accountable Talk
Popcorn-style discussion

Practice accountable talk and refer to accountable talk stems if necessary

Make sure that your classmate is done speaking before jumping in
Chunk 5
Tuesday, October 7th
Circle unfamiliar words
Circle unfamiliar words
What does the song title "Pleading Child" symbolize?
Answer the Lesson EQ:

What impact can an expectation of success have on a child and how can it affect his or her relationships with others?
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