* “I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support my analysis of the experience of people in South Sudan from ‘Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War.’”
* “I can annotate text to help me track important ideas in the article ‘Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War.’”
* “I can make connections from the text ‘Time Trip: Sudan’s Civil War’ to the novel A Long Walk to Water.”
2. Review and share homework - evidence and inferences from Chapter 3 and vocabulary relating to the Guiding Question: "How do culture, time, and place affect identity?"
3. Things Close Readers Do - Anchor Chart:
– “Get the gist of what a text is about”
– “Using the text to answer questions”
– “Reread the text” and “Gather evidence (quotes) from the text”
4. Read "Time Trip: Sudan's Civil War" aloud (students read along silently)
5. Students turn to partner and write a gist statement for the article, answering the question: "What is your initial sense of what this article is mostly about?"
6. Model annotations in text (margins)
7. Students reread article silently and annotate each paragraph for gist
8. Read the following questions and then reread the article to answer these questions: (you may work with a partner)
* entrenched, grueling, hydration
* How does Salva’s story relate to this article?
* What does the word entrenched mean in this text?
* Who are the Lost Boys?
9. Exit Ticket -
(a) Discussion - based on what you did today, are there any new practices we can add to the "Things Close Readers Do" anchor chart?
(b) Written - How does Salva's story relate to this article? Be sure to cite evidence from the text to support your thinking.
1. Read Chapter 4
2. Take notes in columns 1, 2, and 4 in your Reader's Notes
3. Write down any vocabulary words that relate to our Guiding Question (think Culture, Time, and Place)