History of Science Fiction:
No class. We had an assembly.
World Studies: Learning Target: “I can identify what I know and don’t know about chapter one.”
We began outlining chapter one.
Outline Chapter 1 in your reading journals. (How do we outline?)
- Chapter title, section heading title/#s and subheading titles
- List the chapter title, then in order the section #/headings and subheadings
- GeoTerms and keywords
- List the GeoTerms. (no need copying the definition)
- List the keywords by chapter sections (highlighted in black)
- Essential question & graphic organizer
- Write the question.
- Describe the graphic.
- Important maps & graphs
- List them by title and the page number #
Washington State History: Learning Target: “I can identify what I know and don’t know about chapter one.”
We began outlining chapter one in our journals.
- Chapter “Keys”
- How are the words categorized?
- Where are these words found in the text?
- How are the words coded? (Why are some colored words NOT in the chapter vocabulary list?)
- Chapter “Overview”/”Voices”
- Read them. According to the “Overview”, what two subjects does the chapter focus on?
- What connection does “Voices” have to the main points?
- Chapter Title, Topics, Supporting Topics
- What are the chapter topics? How are they highlighted in the text?
- Supporting topics? (How are they identified?)
- “Connecting to…”/”Focus on…”
- Identify the title (subject)
- Supporting topics/ideas