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Paul Bunyan

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Jessica Larzo

on 4 February 2013

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Transcript of Paul Bunyan

Paul Bunyan Bellwork Follow along as I read page 99-100 Color Walk Orange

Yellow

Blue

Pink Our learning goal: I can have meaningful discussions, support my ideas with evidence, respond to my peers appropriately using accountable talk, and listen to my peers viewpoints during discussion.
What do I mean when I say use accountable talk?
Scale- How do you feel?
Rate yourself- Log onto socrative and rate yourself
A=0 B=1 C=2 D=3 E=4 *Read and respond to the question that matches your tables color. *Trade with partner to your left and respond to their answer using accountable talk. *Now stand up and walk to any other post it and respond using accountable talk with support from the text •What caused Paul Bunyan to be created in a tall tale?
A.Billions of trees crashing to the ground in New England.
B.A pamphlet for the Red River Lumber Company was written.
C.The old-time loggers having little entertainment.
D.Retellings of the story for two decades. Could you answer every question correctly using accountable talk?
If so you are a 3- WOO HOO! Open up on Socrative to answer final question.

How is the text structure of Paul Bunyan’s story similar to the text structure of John Henry’s story?

When you finish, rate yourself on the board :) Look at what color post it you have.

Think about the question you are about to answer.

Discuss with your group using accountable talk and decide what kind of question it is.
Ask each other:

What kind of question is the author asking me?
Is it a right there and can be proven? (black go back •What effect did the complaining neighbors have on Paul Bunyan? •Which detail from the text helps show how BIG Paul Bunyan was? •Why did Paul Bunyan cry a river of tears? •Which sentence tells the main idea of the photo on page 99? p.99 p. 100 pg. 98 p. 97 I agree... I disagree... I want to add on... Look at what color post it you have.

Think about the question you are about to answer.

Discuss with your group using accountable talk and decide what kind of question it is.
Ask each other:

Is it a right there and can be proven? (black go back
Do I need to use my head? (red use your head)
Do I need to go back in the text but I also need to think about my answer? (think and search)



Do I need to use my head? (red use your head)
Do I need to go back in the text but I also need to think about my answer? (think and search) I agree.. I disagree because... I'd like to add on... Let's see if you're right :)

Orange- Cause and Effect, Black Go Back, page 97
Yellow-- Details, Black go Back, page 99
Blue- Inference, Red Use Your Head, page 100
Pink- Main Idea, Red Use Your Head, page 100

Celebrate :) ROLLERRCOASTER Now lets take a second and rate yourself on your desk! Remember, your goal is to respond to your questions using accountable talk with your peers
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