Language Objective: I will identify relevant textual evidence in Focus Notes and create higher level questions about Into the Wild.
1.) Read your Quarter 2 book for 15 minutes.
2.) Reading Journal:
What are some details in your book that help readers escape reality, that is, draw them into the book and make it more realistic as well as interesting to the reader? Mention specific details (evidence) from the book.
3.) Daily Dose of Grammar:
Which sentence is correct?
- Squiggly ran to the forest, Aadvark chased the peeves.
- Squiggly ran to the forest. Aardvark chased the peeves.
- Squiggly ran to the forest; Aardvark chased the peeves.
5.) Read and take Focus Notes on Chapter 3.
Remember to copy/paste the Focus Notes into your class document. To copy/paste the entire document, hit ctrl+a to highlight the document, ctrl+c to paste, then go into your class document and hit ctrl+v to paste it.
6.) Based on Costa's Levels of Questioning, create one Level 1, one Level 2, and one Level 3 question about what you have read of Into the Wild so far. Justify why each question is a "good" question in 2-3 sentences.
7.) Exit Ticket:
Chapter 3, Carthage
- How does Westerberg meet Alex?
- Why does Westerberg go to jail?
- Describe Chris’ relationship with his family.
- Reading Journal and Grammar
- Chapter 3 Focus Notes
- Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 questions for Into the Wild
- Chapter 3 Exit Ticket