- Paraphrase content from grade-level texts ELA.7.R.3.2
- Compare two or more central ideas and their development throughout a text. ELA.7.R.2.2
- Explain how individual text sections and/or features convey a purpose in texts ELA.7.R.2.1
- Apply knowledge of Greek and Latin roots and affixes to determine meanings of words and phrases ELA.7.V.1.2
|Learning Targets and Learning Criteria
I will learn to paraphrase a history writing.
I will use key details and ideas to determine a central idea.
- Video – Child Labor in the early 1900s
- Read, Frances Perkins and the Triangle Factory Fire by David Brooks (paragraphs 1 – 10)
- Expand Your Vocabulary, page 530
- Read, Frances Perkins and the Triangle Factory Fire by David Brooks (Paragraphs 11 – 21)
- Determine Central Idea and Paraphrase passages
- Complete Assessment Practice Questions on page 527
- HMH Online Textbook: Read “from Ashes to Roses” and complete the assessment practice questions
- Write: in Word, create a fictional narrative about a Triangle Shirtwaist Factory worker based on the selection and any additional research you might do on the the event.
- Choose a situation for your factory worker character. Use either a first-person or a third-person narrator.
- List events in chronological order and end with a conclusion. Use vivid language to describe the action. Show don’t tell!
- Upload your narrative to gradebook.
- Watch Your Language, page 531 (Combining Sentences with Phrases)
- Assessment Practice Questions – from Ashes to Roses
- Narrative Writing – Triangle Shirtwaist Factory
- Argumentative Essay PAST DUE!