(a) I can effectively participate in a discussion with my classmates.
(b) I can determine the meaning of visual representations on a map.
(c) I can read for gist as we begin Chapter 1 of A Long Walk to Water.
2. Assign Books
3. Read Nya's section again - add any new ideas to Reader's Notes
4. Read Salva's section of Chapter 1
5. Write first thoughts about Salva's section in Reader's Notes columns 1 and 4
6. Turn to partner to share first thoughts, then share thoughts as a class
7. Vocabulary from Chapter 1:droned - a continuous low humming soundherding - to keep or look after
aimless - without purpose or direction
bush - wild or uncultivated country
rebels - people against established government or a ruler
8. NOTE - "The war had started two years earlier..." (page 6)
9. LEARNING TARGETS - self assessment - How did you do?
10. Scenarios - what connections can we make now?
1. Look at the map on the front of the book again:
(a) What do you now notice after reading this first chapter?
(b) List in order the different environments on the route from Loun-Ariik to Kakuma.