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Unit 2 Lesson 13

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erika steinger

on 8 October 2014

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Unit 2 Lesson 13
Poetic License
A tool that skilled writers use

Breaking the rules of proper syntax

A freedom or liberty that gives you permission to stray from conventional grammar in order to produce a desired effect
Chunks 4 and 5
Jing Mei takes advantage of Old Chong's hearing deficit by playing wrong notes
Bombs her recital
Receives no reaction from her parents
Post-Reading Questions
Do Now
Get your Springboard book

Copy down the Lesson EQ and the word of the day

Answer the following question in your binder.
Adults love to say "I'm not mad, I'm just disappointed." Which do you think is a worse reaction, disappointment or anger? Explain. *3 or more sentences!*
During Reading
Circle unfamiliar words
Accountable Talk
Practice accountable talk
Make sure that your classmate is finished speaking before you jump in
Exit Slip
Answer the Lesson EQ in your binder.

In what ways can the expectations or pressures of your culture manifest themselves, and what effect can it have on members of that culture?
Wednesday, October 8th
Which is a worse reaction, disappointment or anger? Explain.
Where does the author take poetic license? What effect does it have? Underline evidence in the text!
Choose a speaker for your table

Discuss your assigned question with your table-mates

Each group member must have the question AND response written in their notes

Evidence from the text!
1. Where does the author take poetic license and what effect does it have on the reader's interpretation of the story?

2. What does Jing Mei mean when she says "I wasn't her slave anymore. This wasn't China"?

3. Which conflict is Jing Mei struggling with more, the internal or the external?

4. Where does cultural identity fit into this story?
One group member from each table will share that group's response

You are taking notes on the other group's answers to their assigned questions.
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