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"Monkey See, Monkey Do, Monkey Connect"

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Transcript of "Monkey See, Monkey Do, Monkey Connect"

Are humans all connected?
Do Now:
Objective:
Is our behavior influenced by the behavior of people around us? Provide a reason and evidence from the text to support your answer.

Exit Ticket:
Claim- author's position on a topic or issue

Reasons-(Answers question Why) declarations (statements) made to justify an action, decision, or belief.

Evidence- (Answer Question How) facts, details or examples
Notes
January 19, 2016
"Monkey See, Monkey Do, Monkey Connect"
Group A: Lines 29-62
Group B: Lines 63-93
Group C: Lines 94-137
Group D: Lines 138-180
Small Groups
Read
Page 123
While We Read, Keep track of the many ways human behavior is connected.
Organize the reasons and evidence from yesterday into the strongest to weakest reasons to support the claim.
Rank from Strongest (5) to weakest (1).
Justify why each response received that grade (On handout)
Identify the STRONGEST/ Most Persuasive piece of evidence across all the paragraphs and the WEAKEST (S and W)

SWBAT delineate and evaluate an author’s claims and determine the technical meanings of words used in the text
Is our behavior influenced by the behavior of the people around us?
Essential Question:
Agenda
Do Now:
Notes:
Read:
Small Group:
Exit Ticket:
10
10
20
30
10
Empathy?
Empathy-the ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
In your small groups you will be responsible for identifying reasons and evidence that support De Waal's claim.
Label your envelop with De Waal's claim.
On the back side of your envelop identify the reason(s) given
On the index cards you will identify evidence to support your labeled the reason
when done the completed index cards go inside the envelope
Block 1
A
Muhammad
Joshua E
Tionna
Rakima
Cristian
B
Surielys
Lenny
Kevin
Tiffany
Erika
C
Nyara
Lizandra
Felecia
Jonathan
Joshua M
D
Jeremiah
Ansari
Imani
Alexandra
Shakeem
Block 2
B
Asia
Kyre

A
Keyshla
Hassan
Bryanna
C
Deilany
Justin

D
Richard
QuaAsia
Anaira
Are humans all connected?
Do Now:
Synchronization?
Block 1
A
Muhammad
Joshua E
Tionna
Rakima
Cristian
B
Surielys
Lenny
Kevin
Tiffany
Erika
C
Nyara
Lizandra
Felecia
Jonathan
Joshua M
D
Jeremiah
Ansari
Imani
Alexandra
Shakeem
Block 2
B
Asia
Kyre

A
Keyshla
Qua Asia
Bryanna
C
Deilany
Justin
Anaira
D
Richard
Hassan

Objective:
SWBAT delineate and evaluate an author’s claims and determine the technical meanings of words used in the text
Is our behavior influenced by the behavior of the people around us?
Essential Question:
Agenda
Do Now:
Notes:
Read:
Rank and Justify
Vocab
Exit Ticket:
10
10
15
30
5
10
Evaluate-
to examine and make a judgment about the value of something.
What is this worth?
What is the value of this?
Is this my best example?
Is this a bad example?
Idea Starters
This is a strong piece of evidence because...
This reason does not persuade readers to believe De Waal's claim because...
Rank and Justify
What is the most convincing piece of evidence that DeWaal (the author) uses to convince the author of his claim that “Human behavior is influenced by the behavior of others” and why is this persuasive?
Exit Ticket:
Station Activities
-12 Minute Stations (ONLY 12!)
-Work Quickly and Smartly
-All Group Members Working
-Directions at Stations
-4 station activities total
-Rotate clockwise
What, according to de Waal (the author), is the “glue that holds entire societies together”? (174-5) WHat are the strongest pieces of evidence in the text to support this claim? Cite at least 2 pieces of evidence in your response.
Exit Ticket:
Are humans all connected?
Do Now:
Block 1
A
Muhammad
Joshua E
Tionna
Rakima
Cristian
B
Surielys
Lenny
Kevin
Tiffany
Erika
C
Nyara
Lizandra
Felecia
Jonathan
Joshua M
D
Jeremiah
Ansari
Imani
Alexandra
Shakeem
Block 2
B
Asia
Kyre

A
Keyshla
Qua Asia
Bryanna
C
Deilany
Justin
Anaira
D
Richard
Hassan

Objective:
SWBAT delineate and evaluate an author’s claims and determine the technical meanings of words used in the text
Is our behavior influenced by the behavior of the people around us?
Essential Question:
Agenda
Do Now:
H.W. Review:
Stations:
Exit Ticket:
10
10
50
10
Evaluate-
to examine and make a judgment about the value of something.
What is this worth?
What is the value of this?
Is this my best example?
Is this a bad example?
Group 1:
1.Alyssa
2.Vanessa
3.Raquiya
4.Rasheed S.
Group 2:
1.Rasheed M
2.Josias
3.Jorrel
Group 3:
1.Melanie
2.Ashley
3.Iesha
4.Marcus
Group 4:
1.
2.
3.
Ta'mir
Kevin
Telimah
Contagion?

1. argument summary
2 evidence to support tone
3 vocab in context
4a.support claim with reasons
b.support claim with evidence
5. provide evidence to support a claim
6. evidence to support tone
7. vocab in context
8. evidence to support claim
9. make inferences
10.vocab in context
Turn Question 4 into a Written Response.
Skills Based Questions
Objective:
SWBAT delineate and evaluate an author’s claims and determine the technical meanings of words used in the text
Is our behavior influenced by the behavior of the people around us?
Essential Question:
Agenda
Check Ins
Quiz:
Review:
Short Response:
10
30
20
10
Evaluate-
to examine and make a judgment about the value of something.
What is this worth?
What is the value of this?
Is this my best example?
Is this a bad example?
Write one paragraph providing at least one textual reference from the text to support the claim, human behavior is influenced by the behavior of others around us.
Peer Review
Paragraph should provide
Topic sentence identifying the claim
Evidence fronm the text that supports the claim
An explanation of how the quote supports the claim
A transitional sentence
-
Circle
the 2 questions that Gave you the most trouble
-
Triangle
the 2 questions that you found were the easiest
-discuss with your partner 1 of each
-be prepared to share out explanations for your two questions
Write a second paragraph providing an opposing claim (stating how humans are not influenced by others). Also provide a counter argument stating how the claim
Paragraph should include
opposing claim
counter argument
evidence
explanaton of how evidence refutes the opposing claim
Exit Ticket
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