a. I can compare and contrast the accounts of survival in "Time Trip: Sudan's Civil War" and A Long Walk to Water
b. What does the word contrast mean?
c. I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence from "Time Trip" Sudan's Civil War" to support my analysis of the experience of people in South Sudan.
d. I can analyze how Linda Sue Park used or altered history in A Long Walk to Water
e. Review - what does the word alter mean?
f. What is Historical Fiction?
2. Chalk Talk: (approx. 10 minutes)
a. Everyone is responsible for writing, reading other people’s comments, and responding for the full amount of time.
b. There should be no talking; and no one should sit down until the time period is over.
c. Opinions must be freely expressed and honored, and no personal attacks are allowed.
d. Partners read through postings and search for patterns and themes with "I wonder" and "I notice" statements
3. Chalk Talk Debrief: (approx. 10 minutes)
a. Whole Group Share - Partners will report their findings
b. What was the experience like of "talking" silently?
1. Chalk Talk Discoveries
2. Exit Ticket: “What is one example of the way Linda Sue Park altered history in A Long Walk to Water? Why might she make the choice to alter history in A Long Walk to Water?”