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The Scholarship Jacket

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Ana Morales

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of The Scholarship Jacket

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THE SCHOLARSHIP JACKET
Key Points
As we read...
WORDS, ACTIONS, and THOUGHTS
that help you identify the
conflict, resolution, and the mood
. Also
track how the characters of "The Scholarship Jacket" change
from beginning to end.
Vocabulary
Integrity
What's the problem?!
What is the conflict?
Post-reading Activity
1. After you read "The Scholarship Jacket" compare your notes with a partner.
2. Discuss the questions on the THEME worksheet and write down your answers with examples of evidence (quotes).

Post-it Note Group Activity

1. Assign roles (group leader, materials manager, data collector,
presenter)
2. Discuss possible themes using green handout
3. Once your group decides on a theme begin looking for evidence in the story that proves your theme
4. Once you find evidence the data collector records the theme and the evidence (quote) on the post-it provided and sticks it on the THEME poster

Make sure your group members' names are on the back of the post-it
HIGHLIGHT
Anything that conveys a lesson or message (THEME)
UNDERLINE
Reminders:

• The ________________________ is the outcome of a conflict in a story

• Today we will need to look at how _____________________ can influence the resolution in a conflict

• We will do this by looking for characters' ______________________,

_______________________ and _______________________________.

• From identifying the ___________________________, we will then make connections

to the text and find the ________________________________.

• The theme is the overall ____________________________ or

______________________________ you learn from the ____________________________.

resolution
characters
words
actions
thoughts
resolution
theme
message
lesson
story
What is the resolution?
Lesson learned?
Moe steals Calvin's truck and when Calvin tries to get it back, Moe wants to fight him
Calvin does not fight and walks
away from the truck
Sometimes we have to decide what things are worth fighting for and walk away from things we might want
Someone asked me to help them cheat during the exam, but I felt that I had to act with so I refused.
integrity,
Based on the sentence above, integrity most likely means
a) guilt
b) loyalty
c) strong moral principles
d) speed
Objective: Students will be able to determine the theme of "The Scholarship Jacket" by analyzing the characters and plot
How does the
resolution
of the story,
and Martha's grandfather's role in it
, support the idea that we should be honest and principled in the face of adversity?
Culminating Question:
Guided Practice:
"My oldest sister, Rosie, had won the jacket a few years back, and I fully expected to also" (second paragraph).

What does this tell/show us about the main character?

Guided Practice:
"I was called "beanpole" and "string bean," and I knew that's what I looked like. A flat chest, no hips, and a brain" (p. 228, first paragraph).

What can we infer about Martha now?

Discuss the questions in pairs
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