Objective: I can cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text, including determining where the text leaves matters uncertain. (RI11-12.1). Agenda:
Entry Task: Pick up the Speaking & Listening rubric; get back in your group from yesterday with your poster--each group will have 2-3 minutes to share. Everyone in the group must work together to explain the following:
What is the name of your adventurer?
What did he do?
How is he similar to McCandless?
How is he different from McCandless?
How would your adventurer answer one of the 4-corner questions?
Pre-Reading: Review the vocabulary words you may come across in Ch. 10
Follow along to Ch. 10 “Fairbanks” (8:46) p. 98-102
Review the rubric and accomplish one of the following from Chapter 10:
Find 1 of the vocabulary words from throughout the book (focusing on words you struggle with), copy the sentence and page number, highlight the word, then write your own sentence using the word correctly.
Find a quote from your reading that is thought-provoking and write a thoughtful reaction filling the page with your thoughts and ideas. Images included enhance the ideas.
Exit Task: Look back at your rubric and tally for either the vocabulary word or quote you found in order to keep track of what you have accomplished so far. Replace the rubric as a bookmark in your journal, so you can reference it frequently.