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Gathering Blue - Chapter 9

Monday, March 31, 2014
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Kelli Zicha

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Transcript of Gathering Blue - Chapter 9

by Lois Lowry
Fiction



Your Name
Reading Class Color
Ms. Zicha
Room C102
Gathering Blue
ISN pg 171
DSJ stands for Double-sided Journal
You can also call it a WAS/WIT
It involves 2 columns
WAS (left side) stands for What the Author Said (direct quote from the book)
WIT (right side) stands for What I Think
Use a DSJ whenever you can't talk to the text in the book you are reading
Making Inferenes
TOC
Date Assignment Page #
Gathering Blue - Chapter 9
3/18 DSJ (Double-sided journal) 171
3/19 Chapter 1 Summary 172
3/20 DSJ 173
3/20 Chapter 2 Summary 174
3/21 DSJ 175
3/21 Chapter 3 Summary 176
3/24 DSJ 177
3/24 Chapter 4 Summary 178
3/25 DSJ 179
3/25 Chapter 5 Summary 180
3/26 Inference Chart 181
3/26 Chapter 6 Summary 182

Essential Questions
1.
How is everyone a valuable contributor to
society?
2.
What makes a person strong?
3.
How can what you don't know hurt you?
4.
Do you choose your future or is it chosen
for you?
Remember

TC + BK = Inference

TC =
Text Clue (Direct Quote)

BK =
Background Knowledge

Infer =
guess
Use
clues
to figure out what the author has not told you,
such as:

what
the setting looks like
how
a character
feels
why
a character
acts
a certain way

Inference:

drawing conclusions and reading between the lines
TC
+
BK
=
Inference
TC
+
BK
=
Inference
I know that
Thomas needs to complete the Singer's staff.
I can infer
that Thomas will carve the present into this large area.
TC
+
BK
=
Inference
I know that

I can infer

TC
+
BK
=
Inference
I know that

I can infer

I know that
Kira's concerned because Matt is only a tyke and is too young to hunt.
I can infer
that Kira and Thomas will stop Matt from going on the hunt.
I can infer
that Kira may also fear the hunt because this is how her father died.
"'Please, Thomas,'
Kira said urgently,
'help me stop him'" (99).
"And there's a large place
at the top that has never been carved" (92).
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