Rough Draft of Summary about Circle Justice due Monday, Feb. 25 (Use google classroom to view directions for each paragraph and the Summary wheels that are in their English binders for this writing assignment.)
Vocabulary Test List #1: Wednesday, Feb. 27
Novel Introduction: Cole Matthews has been fighting, stealing, and causing trouble for years. So his punishment for beating Peter Driscal senseless is harsh. Given a choice between prison and Native American Circle Justice, Cole chooses Circle Justice: He'll spend one year in complete isolation on a remote Alaskan island.
In the first days of his banishment, Cole is mauled by a mysterious white bear and nearly dies. Now there's no one left to save Cole, but Cole himself.
What is a Spirit Bear? https://youtu.be/rASbK6ZgQY8
RL. 6.9, RL. 6.6, RL. 6.1, RL. 6.10, RI. 6.8, RI. 6.9, RI. 6.10, L.6.4, W. 6.1, SL. 6.3
1.Students will identify the compare and contrast pattern.
2.Students will identify point of view.
3.Students will be able to demonstrate comprehension, understanding of theme development,
and draw inferences.4.Students will comprehend text independently.
5.Students will recognize text forms and genres.
6.Students will cite specific examples and details to support inferences.
7.Students will determine the process to trace and evaluate arguments and claims.
8.Students will compare and contrast differing presentations.
9.Students will synthesize information.
10.Students will conclude how claims and/or arguments are supported.
11.Students will distinguish valid claims and from claims that aren't supported.
12.Students will determine reference materials to use when determining meaning of words.
13.Students will detect context clues to derive word meanings.
14.Students will use Greek and Latin affixes and roots to derive meaning.
15.Students will verify word meaning.
16.Students will determine formal style.
17.Students will identify rhetoric of argument.
18.Students will introduce a precise claim.
19. Students will know formal style.
20. Students will decide when something is reasonable.
21. Students will identify claims and arguments.
22. Students will identify specific claims supported by evidence.
23. Students will identify the reasons and evidence that support a person's claim.
Vocabulary List #1
composure, chop, rafters, grimacing, sullen, gingerly, galvanized, resignation, persistence, breaching, orcas, omen, bough, steely, maggot
Vocabulary List #2
defy, feign, bizarre, meager, cough, shrouded, banishment, conjure, spew, grimace, skiff, brandish, trawler, mosey, muted, dawdle, sullenly, chafe, composure, incessant, ricochet, ashen, solitary, teem, quarry, flitting
Vocabulary List #3
gluttonous, irked, delirium, roiled, bile, relinquish,
redemption, writhed, haphazard, charred, rivulets,
gunwales, ingenuity, chuffs torrent, reverently,
vaulted, gorge, awning
Vocabulary List #4
chafe, Detention Center, Circle Justice, Tlingit,
Juvenile Delinquent, Healing contract,
banishment, convicted, probation,
victim, guilty plea, deposition, survival, sincere