Class Agenda 52A – An Exemplary TIED Paragraph

Date: 12/6/17

Opening Song “New Friend” No Doubt  (4:34- 2004)

Do Now #1 – Read the first part of a TIED Paragraph (the T-I-E) below.

One example of how Bigger’s agitation leads to bad decisions was when Bigger beat up Gus because he was scared to rob Blum and his store. * Bigger “hated Gus because he knew that Gus was afraid, as even he was; and he feared Gus because he felt that Gus would consent and then he would be compelled to go through with the robbery” (Wright, 25). 

  1. What’s missing here? (hint: look at where the * is) 

  2. Write a few lines that you would add where the * is. 

Announcements

TODAY AFTER SCHOOL = Write Long Support!

** Wednesday is when Engrade print outs go home, but we can send you a special note if you get yourself off the list this week.

SLT’s and HW Check!!!! 

SLT- I can explain what the “I” in TIED means and how to implement it successfully in my writing. 

Circle the verbs, underline the nouns

Mini-Lesson:

Introducing Evidence (the “I” in TIED)

1. Predict (and answer) any questions a reader might have about a quote.

2. Before the quote, write 3-5 sentences that set up and explain (briefly summarize) the part of the story a quote comes from. 

Bigger “hated Gus because he knew that Gus was afraid, as even he was; and he feared Gus because he felt that Gus would consent and then he would be compelled to go through with the robbery”

Read Model on Doc Cam — underline any part that counts as the “I” in TIED. 

Announcements and Independent Work Time: 

  • This is due on Friday at 3:00 pm
  • You will have one other work session in class, but the bulk of it should be completed at home.
  • This WL is directly related to your PBAT.

 

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