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Model Lesson

Page history last edited by Lisa Huff 12 years, 9 months ago

 

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Learning Goals:

  • Analyze a text closely, and draw a logical conclusion (inference) from it. (CCRS Reading 1)
  • Cite specific text evidence to support conclusion. (CCRS Reading 1)
  • Prepare for and participate in a Socratic Seminar. [SL.11-12.1] 
  • Draft and publish your conclusion. (CCRS Writing 6, CCSS Writing 9)

 

Set a Purpose:

  • POLL (Use your cell phone!) 

READ the Text:

USGS Did You Feel It? Archive for Arkansas (a screenshot of one page: USGS_Arkansas.pdf)

 

The Danger of Digging Deeper


THINK About the Text:

Work with your small group to re-read the text deeply and to determine what it means. Complete the graphic organizer as you re-read and talk with your group.

 

Use digital graphic organizer (one per group)

 


READ another related text:

 

 


DISCUSS the Text:

To deepen our understanding of the issue of the recent Arkansas earthquake swarm, we will discuss the texts we've read in a Socratic Seminar.

 

The outer circle will participate in the discussion simultaneously and silently via a Twitter Twub.  You can log in to Twitter from our Twub (You must have a Twitter account to participate.)

 


Write about the Text:

Think about how drilling for natural gas has impacted Central Arkansas. What's one inference you can draw from the text?

 

Write a topic sentence that shares a thought-provoking inference you've drawn from one or more of the texts. Consider it a first draft of a topic sentence for a paragraph you'll compose tomorrow. Publish your sentence in this Google Doc.

 


 

 

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