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Unit 1, Lesson 6 - A Long Walk to Water

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Unit 1, Lesson 6 - A Long Walk to Water
"Time Trip: Sudan's Civil War"
Rereading and Annotating for Text-Based Evidence
Conclusion
Revisit learning targets
Add ideas to Things Close Readers Do chart
Annotating text
Focusing on key vocabulary
Discussing to clarify thinking or deepen understanding
Introduction
Learning Targets
I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support my analysis of the experience of people in South Sudan from "Time Trip: Sudan's Civil War."
I can annotate text to help me track important ideas in the article "Time Trip: Sudan's Civil War."
I can make connections from the text "Time Trip: Sudan's Civil War" to the novel A Long Walk to Water.

Feedback on yesterday's Gathering Evidence Exit Ticket
Review my written feedback
Use this feedback to prepare for your upcoming Mid-Unit Assessment
Things Close Readers Do - What do you think we will do as readers to understand this text?
Key Vocabulary from Chapter 3
As we read, you may notice certain words showing up over and over.
Text Annotations
Model - "Civil War - fought by Muslim Arab north and non-Muslim Arab, non-Arab south"

Annotate each paragraph for the gist
Key Vocabulary
entrenched, grueling, hydration
How does Salva's story relate to this article?
What does the word entrenched mean in this text?
Who are the Lost Boys?
Distribute Text and Read Aloud
Sudan's Civil War
Time Trip
The current conflict in Sudan is only the latest chapter in the country's violent history. Apart from an 11-year peace from 1972 to 1983, Sudan has been entrenched in war since it became an independent nation in 1956. The Darfurian conflict erupted just as a long civil war between northern and southern Sudan was winding down. That war was fought between the mainly Muslim Arab north and the mostly non-Muslim, non-Arab south. It began in 1983 and was one of the longest-lasting and deadliest wars of the 20th century. About 2 million civilians were killed, and more than 4 million people were forced to flee their homes.

Some of those refugees are known as the Lost Boys of Sudan. Fleeing violence and the fear of being forced into war, thousands of boys fled by foot to Ethiopia. The 1,000-mile trek was grueling. They went days without food or water, eating leaves and berries and sucking liquid from mud to stay alive. Exhausted, some boys died of starvation or dehydration.

The boys who continued found shelter at a refugee camp in Ethiopia, but their safety was short-lived. Fighting erupted in Ethiopia in 1991, forcing them to flee again. As they ran, gunmen in tanks fired at them. To escape, the boys had to cross the crocodile-infested River Gilo. Thousands drowned, were eaten by crocodiles, or were shot.

By the time the boys arrived at a refugee camp in Kenya in 1992, only 10,000 — fewer than half of the original 26,000 — were still alive. After nine years at the camp, about 4,000 of the Lost Boys were brought by the U.S. government to cities in the United States to begin new lives. Now some Lost Boys are returning home. A peace agreement signed on Jan. 9, 2005, officially ended Sudan's civil war. (See people celebrating at left.) Though aid agencies recently reported that many communities in the south still lack food and water, some 500,000 Sudanese are expected to return home this year in what is one of the largest movements of people in recent history.

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What is the gist?
Rereading is what close readers do. You will read and reread this text to find these answers.
How does Salva's story relate to this article?
Silently reread and annotate the text.

Think-Pair -Share

Cite passages that support your thinking!
What does the word entrenched mean in this text?
Silently reread and annotate the text.

Think-Pair -Share

Cite passages that support your thinking!
Who are the Lost Boys?
Silently reread and annotate the text.

Think-Pair -Share

Cite passages that support your thinking!
Could you figure out grueling and dehydration based on other information in the text?
Exit Ticket
How does Salva's story relate to this article? Be sure to cite evidence from the text to support your thinking.
Homework
Read Chapter 4 of A Long Walk to Water for gist
Record notes on your Reader's Notes chart
Record words that seem important to our guiding question
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