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Transcript of MONDAY 2.23.15
"True genius resides in the capacity for evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and conflicting information."
Article of the Week
Don't worry. During testing next week we will not have any homework, including the Article of the Week. This week's AOW is a different format for nonfiction reading comprehension. Let's pre-read the questions and read the article together, taking time to annotate with purpose.
Greek and Latin Roots
This week's roots are about The Size of Things! We're almost done with prefixes.
The Children's March
We're going to view a movie about the Children's March. Following this, we will begin to think about a social issue you would like to research and write about. This should be something you would like to change in the world.
Targeted Reading Skill: FACT vs. OPINION
Let's look at some signal words to let you know something is most likely opinion. Then, we'll practice testing statements to see if they are provable.
Inference and Implication
writer or speaker IMPLIES
reader or listener INFERS
. Thus, the
reader or listener
takes on a more
in the process of communication.
Read for fun!
Do so silently.
Do so with your previous week's reading log placed on your desk.
Do Now: 2/23/15
Copy the quote and author completely and correctly and then formulate a thoughtful and meaningful response.
Those of you who still have to print your
Tubman Research Simulation
papers may take turns doing so,
in an orderly and silent fashion
, during this time.