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Do Now

{10 Minutes}

Is it some law of human nature


that you inevitably become
whatever your first commander
was?

Is this true of parenting as well?


Do children become just like their
parents? Explain.

Learning Targets

1. I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support an analysis


of a text (RL.7.1)
2. I can determine the central idea of a quote and analyze its
development over the course of a text (RL.7.2)
3. I can analyze the interactions between individuals, events, and ideas
in a text (RL.7.3)

Chapter 11
After we read, we will answer the textdependent questions
You will be required to either paraphrase or
use a direct quote in EACH answer, so
preview the questions and be on the look
out for quotes you will be able to use!
Write down the page number if you find a

Chapter 11 Text-Dependent
Questions
Question 1 = Teacher models
Question 2 = Whole Class
Question 3 = Work with a
Partner
Question 4 = Complete
Independently

Question 1: What lessons does Ender learn


from his battle with Rabbit Army? Where is
Dragon Army ranked after this battle?
C- Rephrase question as answer
E- Direct quote or paraphrase
R- Explain the quote/paraphrase
Ender learns that he each of his five toons can
work independently to attack Rabbit Army, and
because of that win, Dragon Army is now
ranked first. After that, if he has asked them to
follow him to the moon without spacesuits,
they would have done it (pg. 103). This shows
that Ender is a great leader that is able to
inspire his army to win.

Do Now
{5 min}

But I fear that I also


underestimate the stupidity
of the rest of mankind. Are
we absolutely sure that we
ought to win this war?

What is the motivation


behind the war? Do you
think that they should
attack the bugger planet?
Why or why not?

Learning Targets

1. I can determine the central idea of a quote and analyze its


development over the course of a text (RL.7.2)
2. I can effectively engage in discussions with diverse partners about
seventh-grade topics, texts, and issues (SL.7.1)
3. I can write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and
relevant evidence (W.7.1)

As you read, think about the


following things:

Lets Read
Chapter 12 Part 1
(141-150)

1. Who/what are the buggers?


2. Are children and adults
equal? Should adults make
decisions for children or can
children make their own
decisions?

Today Is..

Toon

Toon Tuesday!
Todays challenge is: DESIGN A BUGGER
With your table group, come up with a drawing of the
Buggers based on what you know about them, and
also what you think they could look like.
Be specific! Be creative! Only 1 drawing per toon.
This must be done on a separate piece of BLANK
paper.
You have 10 minutes!

Discussion and Personal


Reflection
1. Children are a perpetual, self-renewing, underclass, helpless to
escape from the decisions of adults until they become adults
themselves.
2. I felt like a person all along the same person that I am today. I
never felt that my emotions were somehow less real than an adults
emotions or desires.
Discuss as a class
Do you agree with both statements? Why or why not?
Do todays teens feel the same way? Give examples.

Ender Wiggin isnt a killer. He just


wins - thoroughly.

Do Now
{10 min}

What is the motivation behind


Enders fights? Does he want to
hurt others? Do his intentions
change whether he is guilty?

Learning Targets

1. I can cite several pieces of text-based evidence to support an analysis


(RI.7.1)
2. I can determine the central idea of a quote and analyze its
development over the course of a text (RL.7.2)
3. I can analyze the interactions between individuals, events, and ideas
in a text (RL.7.3)

Lets Read
Chapter 12 Part 2
(150-160)

You will be required to either


paraphrase or use direct quotes
in EACH of your answers.
Preview the questions so you
know what to be on the lookout
for.
Write down page numbers when
you come across good quotes!

Text-Dependent Questions
Remember, you need to be including paraphrased or direct quotes in
your answers, WITH page numbers!
Your responses should be structured as we practiced on Monday:
C - Rephrase the question as an answer
E - Paraphrase or direct quote (with page number)
R - Explain the quote

What Are You Thankful


For?
On a leaf, write NEATLY and answer ONE of the following
questions:
1. What is one way that you have privilege?
2. In what way are you lucky?
3. Who in your life has helped you become who you are?
4. Who challenges you to be a better person?