Before you leave today, think in your head about the different reasons people write, and then note your ideas on the slip of paper you are given.
We will use the next few classes to complete our extended response to the text, Queen of Katwe.
Keep in mind our Learning Targets and HOWLs Targets for this work:
Here are the directions:
Your work will be scored on the rubric that we went over together in class. Come see me if you need any help with this assignment.
Check out this documentary about Phiona Mutesi, the protagonist of Queen of Katwe.
Next, let’s focus in on the the listening test.
And now, we’ll focus in on the reading test.
An analysis of the speaking test is up next.
When you are ready to practice on your own, you can try out sample items here (be sure that you are using Chrome rather than Safari).
Ms. Blue and Jerri selected these great books to recommend to us. If you heard about a book that you’re interested in when we visited, you can find the title and author here.
Maya Angelou was a famous poet. Listen to her talk about how going to the library changed her life.
We use the word genre to talk about books and movies. Today you will watch a video to think about some examples of movies from different genres. As you do, you will answer some questions.Your substitute teacher will give you the paper with questions. Then, click on this link to watch the video.
Before class is over, give your completed work to the teacher. Then, click this link to assess yourself on today’s HOWLs Target.