[In 412 with Lauren: Isabel, Lanise, Tiannah, Cole, Nick A., Jonathan, Damion]
Opening Song – “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter” Fats Waller (3:29 – 1935)
Do Now #1: Take out your copy of The Rock and the River and put it in the center of your table.
Do Now #2: Copy down the following words in your HOMEWORK NOTEBOOK. Leave a space for the definition. [Defining these words is HW tonight]
Vocabulary List for “Chicago in 1930’s”
- New Reading Logs
- SLC’s –> If you are showing Signpost Quizzes, get out of your binder. Everything else, use Google Docs!
- Collecting Rock and River Books!
SLT’s and HW Check
SLT- I can explain what life was like in Chicago in the 1930’s for Black Americans by using the “chunk and annotate” strategy with a text.
Circle the verbs, underline the nouns
Get 4 post-its and number them 1-4 (small!)
What is the chunk and annotate strategy?
Chunk and annotate anchor text here.
** Remember, HW tonight is to use the article to define the 10 words in your notebook!
Exit Ticket: Use what you learned today to fill out the notecatcher below: