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Samantha Oldham

on 12 December 2012

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Transcript of RL.5/RI.5

RL.5 Student can compare two selections and determine how differing structures contribute to meaning and style. What am I going to be doing? 1. Identify the elements that define and exemplify text structure
2. Explain which structural elements have an impact on the meaning and style of the text
3. Explain how the elements of structure of a text has an influence on the way the overall text is written
4. Compare and Contrast the structures of multiple texts
5. Describe the purpose of the author’s choice of structure in each text
6. Compare and contrast the structure of two or more texts and analyze how the differing structure of each text contributes to its meaning and style. What do I know? Vocabulary:
overall structure-

Other: What do I NEED to learn? Vocabulary:
compare-how two things are alike
contrast-how two things are different
style-the way a writer uses language
text structure-words, lines, sentences, format
overall structure-format overall text, includes structural elements like setting, plot, theme, etc.

Other: RI.5 Using particular sentences in a specific paragraph, the student will analyze the development and refining of a key concept. Reading Informational Text:
Analyze Structure New Vocabulary refine

key concepts

Review: analyze, developing New Steps 1. Explain the development of an identified paragraph by explaining the central idea, supporting details, cause and effect, examples, and/ or description.
2. Explain the author’s purpose for the identified paragraph
3. Identify the relationship among certain sentences (topic sentences, support sentences, and elaboration) within the paragraph
4. Draw conclusions about how the relationship among the sentences adds to the growth of an idea within the paragraph
5. Use evidence from the informational text to support analysis of paragraph patterns and structure
6. Analyze in detail the structure of a specific paragraph in a text, including the role of particular sentences in developing and refining a key concept
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