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U3L5

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erika steinger

on 16 December 2014

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U3L5
Pre-Reading
Annotate
Identify and highlight the sensory details
Focus Question:
What effect does the use of sensory details have on your interpretation of the story?
During Reading
Artifacts
Conclusion
Do Now
Get your Springboard book
Copy down the Lesson EQ and the word of the day

Answer the following questions in your notebook.
How does the food that you and your family eat reflect your culture?
Are there foods that show up every holiday or foods that you turn to for comfort? What are they?
Writing Prompt
Write a description of an artifact that represents an aspect of your culture. Be sure to:
Use vivid language and details to create images in the reader's mind
Consider the pacing
Vary sentences and punctuation

Colons:
Use a colon ( : ) after an independent clause when it is followed by
a list
a quotation
an appositive

I love to play sports: softball, basketball, and volleyball.
The largest of the aliens insisted: "We come in peace. Take me to your leader."
He learned a valuable lesson: Never argue with a woman.
Tuesday, December 16th
your phone (shows how people communicate in our society)
money/currency (economic)
jewelry
clothing
art
make a prediction for the essay based on your knowledge of the unit and the title

analyze the quote and put it in your own words
"To belong is to understand the tacit codes of the people you live with"
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