|Collections 3, pp. 103-118|
History of East Pakistan, Bangledesh, and India-Pakistan conflict leading to|
independence of Bangladesh.
Groups answer Who What When Where Why. For large classes, this can be done as a
|Discuss the language and questions you identified as you were reading.|
|Close reader pp 39-52|
Volcanoes (Plural of volcano can be spelled volcanoes or volcanos,)|
Columbia geography and geology
Volcanoes in the US
Volcanoes in E. Asia
Grade: Attendance and participation
|Grade: Participation (Sanchez five W's) and test prep (language discussion)|
|Who what when where why how|
|Textbook pp 151-152, use rubric on page 160|
1. As a class, we watch and evaluate 2-3 additional PSAs.|
2. Groups design and create their own PSAs
3. Groups present PSAs
Textbook pp. 153-156|
Rubric on p. 156. Review rubric in class.
Don't write your story immediately! Gather ideas first. Brainstorm. List. Use
mind maps. Gather details. Do character sketches and outlines.
Share ideas orally in small groups. Get feedback.