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Choose wisely where you sit...

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Mark Gardner

on 6 November 2013

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Transcript of Choose wisely where you sit...

Choose wisely where you sit...
On your desk, please have your COMPLETED
green handout
from yesterday.

DIRECTIONS:
At the top of your handout is the grading rubric.
Notice that to get full credit, your answer must refer to DIRECTLY STATED main ideas as well as IMPLIED main ideas.
GRADE each of your responses.
To JUSTIFY your grade:
UNDERLINE the parts of your answer that represent DIRECTLY STATED main ideas, and
BOX or HIGHLIGHT the parts of your answer that represent ideas that were IMPLIED from the reading.
TODAY
I can read to determine stated and implied main ideas.
OR
I can explain how a common theme appears in literature AND in the real world.
If you choose this target, you are to work on your Analysis+Narrative essay and do the Chapter 13-14 reading and assignment as homework.
If you choose this target, you are to work on the Chapter 13-14 reading and assignment, and do the Analysis+Narrative essay outside of this period.
I can read to determine stated and implied main ideas.
OR
I can explain how a common theme appears in literature AND in the real world.
If you choose this target, you are to work on your Analysis+Narrative essay and do the Chapter 13-14 reading and assignment as homework.
If you choose this target, you are to work on the Chapter 13-14 reading and assignment, and do the Analysis+Narrative essay outside of this period.
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