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- Bring a small sponge tomorrow if you have one at home (dish sponge will do). You will use this to apply the grout on your mosaics!
- $4 for tile art
1.) MATH REVIEW:
- Work on your review booklet.
- Unit test on Thursday.
2.) LA / NOVEL APPROACH:
- Complete your visible thinking activity from today. (INFERENCING).
- Remember, you must 'read between the lines' and infer what is being said, but not actually typed out in what you are reading. Base your inferences on what you already know (background knowledge) about something.
- Write a short paragraph on what you think the big idea of the story is and why you think this (Raven and the Loon). Provide support/evidence of your 'BIG IDEA'.
3.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Today, you learned about inferencing. Watch this video to help you with the PAR.
- Based on the examples on this link, complete two questions (or you can make up your own question) and include all points listed in the SUCCESS CRITERIA in your comments.
A.) QUESTIONS #1: Infer why Mr. Hong is teaching with energy and enthusiasm today! What
can you infer?
READING - Mr. Hong bought a new car yesterday. It was the car he always wanted and in his favourite colour.
B.) QUESTIONS #2: Infer why your mom and dad might look upset when you get home. What
can you infer?
READING - A close friend of your parents was in a major car accident. They have known this person for over 30 years.
C.) QUESTIONS #3: Infer why your friend looks very stressed out. What can you infer? READING - Your best friend just got fired from her job at MacDonalds.
D.) QUESTION #4: Infer why one of your good friends isn't talking to you today. What can
you infer has happened?
READING - You went to the movies with a different friend yesterday.
- SUCCESS CRITERIA:
1.) You must include:
- The question.
- What you read.
- What you already know.
Introduction to Inferences