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ModelLesson 2

Page history last edited by Lisa Huff 6 years, 3 months ago

Learning Goals:

  • I can read closely to determine how specific words, phrases, and details from a text shape the meaning and tone.
  • I can  select the most appropriate textual evidence to support my analysis.
  • I can create a new medium that expresses author's meaning and tone .
  • I can  to write a paragraph explaining how author's words, phrases, and details shape the meaning and tone .

 READ. THINK. TALK.

BlackberryPicking.docx

"Blackberry Picking" by Seamus Heaney


CREATE.

Source that inspired this lesson: Creativity 2.0

 


WRITE.

 

tone.PEEL_Rubric.docx

PEEL.docx  (graphic organizer + model)

 

Let Me Model a PEEL Paragraph

3-Column Notes on "Ka-Ching"

 

 

 

 

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