HISTORY OF SCIENCE FICTION
Reviewed the theme and thematic statements associated with science fiction:
- Take notes on the following information so you can draw a character map of Duck Dodgers.
- How Duck Dodgers looks
- How Duck Dodgers acts, feels and talks
- How Duck Dodgers interacts with others
- How others feel about Duck Dodgers
- How I feel about Duck Dodgers
Learning Target: “I can identify what I know and don’t know about chapter two.”
Outline Chapter two 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:
Outline Chapter two in your reading journals. (What-how-why do we outline?)
- Chapter “Keys”
- Which terms do I not know? (List them)
- Chapter “Overview”/”Voices”
- Read them. According to the “Overview”, what subjects does the chapter focus on? What connection does “Voices” have to the chapter subjects?
- Chapter Title, Topics, Supporting Topics
- Outline the topics and supporting topics
- “Connecting to…”/”Focus on…”
- Title (subject)
- Headings/sub-headings (supporting details/ideas)