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Bell-Ringer:

● Please take a seat.


● Update your BLUE Table of Contents:
#5 Progress Report 2/20/2019
● Begin the Possessive Nouns Warm Up
Time for a Reading Check!
Once you are done, flip it over to the back and sit quietly.
Reading Check Chapter 12 A Long Walk to Water
1. What is the “iron giraffe” that has come to Nya’s village?
a statue a drill a weapon

2. How long did Salva stay at the Itang refugee camp?


six months three years six years

3. Where were the Ethiopian soldiers chasing the refugees?


to the river to the desert back to the camp
Objectives:
● I will review possessive nouns and apostrophe
rules.
● I will identify literary devices and summarize
important details in a novel.
● I will use context clues to understand new
vocabulary words.
Let’s get caught up!

You have the next 5 minutes to catch up on any


missing summaries or questions on the Chapter
Guide for Chapters 9-12.
Take out your Mark My
Words Bookmark!
Copy these words down onto your bookmark.
Word and Page # Meaning

refugee p. 62 a person fleeing


their home due to
war
grudgingly p. 66 unwillingly

ON YOUR OWN, find an unfamiliar or interesting word from


Chapter 12 to add to your bookmark. Use the Online Dictionary
in our A Long Walk to Water folder to define it.
Let’s open up to Chapter 13!
● You only need the novel, 1 post-it note, and a pencil right
now.
● While we read Ch. 13-15, look for an example of
FLASHBACK.
○ Make sure you write your name, page #, and the example
on your post-it note.
Open the Chapter Guide for A Long Walk to Water.
Let’s work together to summarize Nya’s story for Chapter 13. On
your own, answer the “Think About Salva’s Story” questions.

Chapter Summarize Nya’s Story Think about Salva’s Story


13 Now Salva is 17 years old. What new
responsibilities does he now have? Do you think
he is prepared for these responsibilities? Why?
Go back to the Chapter Guide for A Long Walk to Water.
Your student team will summarize Nya’s story for Chapter 14. On
your own, answer the “Think About Salva’s Story” questions.

Chapter Summarize Nya’s Story Think about Salva’s Story


14 What qualifications did Salva meet in order to go to
America?

How do you think this opportunity will affect his


life?
Go back to the Chapter Guide for A Long Walk to Water.
On your own, summarize Nya's story and complete the “Think About
Salva’s Story” questions for Chapter 15.

Chapter Summarize Nya’s Story Think about Salva’s Story


15 Who are the “lost boys”? Why do you think they
were called lost?

What was waiting for Salva in New York?


Independent Work Instructions:
● On your own, complete the “Think About Salva’s Story”
questions in your reading guide for Chapters 13-15 if you have
not finished them. Use complete sentences!
● Close your Chromebook when you are done.
● Stick your ONE post-it note with an example of a FLASHBACK
on our class wall.
○ Make sure you have written your name, the page #, and the
example.
The Lost Boys, Part One

While watching the video, complete the exit ticket.


Homework/Reminders:
● Use the audiobook link on Schoology to read Chapter 16.
○ There will be a Reading Check on Chapter 16 next class.
● Complete the Chapter 16 reading guide.
● Charge your Chromebook!

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