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Tuesday

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Amy Swanson

on 1 December 2014

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Transcript of Tuesday

ROOTS
Let's take a look at the exercises associated with this week's roots and related words. Take one minute to review the words and definitions, and then we'll tackle the exercises.
Adverb Clauses
Ok, let's get some more practice before a future quiz (date TBD).

Periods 1/3- let's look at page 4.

Periods 6/7- let's look at page 3.
Do Now
Here we go! Charity, take two. I am giving you two options today. Choose a quote, copy it as well as the author, and then respond MEANINGFULLY.
Tuesday
December 2, 2014

Article of the Week
Ok, today we're going to work on questions TWO and THREE.


Reading
TANGERINE:
1. Let's take our 20 minutes to finish up the work from yesterday.
2. Next, let's share our answers from that section.
3. Now, we'll answer the questions on the last page orally.
4. And now, learn our next strategy: INFERENCING
"Charity begins at home. Justice begins next door."
-Charles Dickens
"Charity is injurious unless it helps the recipient to become independent of it."
-John D. Rockefeller
Language-->
Roots--->
#2- the two keys here are "MAKE A LIST"- you should be thinking format; you *don't* need a complete sentence here. And, the second key- "ACCORDING TO THE ARTICLE." Make sure you can identify where in the text you got each item in your list.

#3- What message is the author trying to convey? Why did the author write this article? What did they want to communicate to readers? Come up with a one sentence answer to this question and write down the THREE BEST quotes from the article to support that answer.
We will complete the selected page on our own and then share our answers using the Sticks to check our work.
FLIPPED:
1. Let's share some of our questions and connections from this last section.
2. Let's fill in the "chart" for Juli's side of the "eggs" story.
3. Next, let's share some SOMEBODY-WANTED-BECAUSE-BUT-SO summaries of both Bryce and Julianna's account of the egg incident.
4. And now, let's learn our next reading strategy: INFERENCING
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