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Interactive Read Aloud 2nd Nine Weeks - 3rd Row 5-1.10 Predict events in literary text on the basis of cause and effect relationships. 5-2.8 Predict events in informational texts on the basis of cause and effect relationships. SS 5-3.5 Explain how building cities and industries led to progressive reforms, including labor reforms, business reforms, and Prohibition. 5-3.6 Summarize actions by the United States that contributed to the rise of this nation as a world power, including the annexation of new territory following the Spanish-American War and the role played by the United States in the building of the Panama Canal and in World War I. (P, G, H) Book: The Bobbin Girl by: Emily Arnold McCully Book Introduction: Today’s historical fiction text will teach us about the life of women and girls who worked in factories during the 1830’s. Before we begin lets take a look at a picture to help us gain a better understanding of the title. (Teacher shows class the picture on the 3rd page “The mill girls’ days….”) A bobbin was a filled spool of thread. As the spool filled the younger girls would take away the filled bobbins and replace them with empty ones. Day 1 Questions: Interactive Read Aloud Questions Correlation to Standard Testing as a Genre Item Read “On Saturday…” to the end 5-1.1 Analyze literary texts to How do we know Judith is a of the 2nd paragraph on “She draw conclusions and make courageous young woman? supposed to sit quietly…” inferences. a. Judith was not a bobbin How would you feel if you were a 5-1.4 Analyze literary texts to girl. bobbin girl or boy? distinguish between direct and b. Judith takes the signed Turn and Talk indirect characterization. petition to Mr. Capshaw. What do you think of Rebecca’s c. Judith enjoys going to mother? lectures. Why do you think she let her d. Judith is polite to mother daughter work in a factory? Putney. Discuss Continue reading to the end of 5-1.10 Predict events in literary Test Strategy: Match the character page “She was supposed to sit text on the basis of cause and trait with the action (answer quietly…” to the end of “The day effect relationships. choice). finally ended…” Do you think these women should be satisfied with their lives as factory workers? Turn and Talk What else have you learned about life in the factories? What might these women who work in the factory do? Turn and Talk Read “Hush, Judith…” to the end 5-1.1 Analyze literary texts to of “After supper the mood…” draw conclusions and make inferences. Which of the girls that we have met thus far do you find to be the most interesting character? Read “The next day as Rebecca…” to the end of the 3rd sentence “…carrying something – a person!” Cliffhanger for Day 1 Day 2 Questions: Interactive Read Aloud Questions Correlation to Standard Testing as a Genre Item Read “The next day…” to the end 5-1.5 Interpret the effect of the What most likely caused Judith to of “When Rebecca returned to…” author’s craft (for example, tone, hold a meeting of the workers at the figurative language, dialogue, mill? On the title page and in the first and imagery) on the meaning of a. It was too hot in the mill. part of the text the author doesn’t literary text. b. The lunch break was too make factory work sound so short. horrible. c. The wages were going to be It seems that she tells how awful it reduced. was bit by bit over many pages. d. They did not like Mr. Capshaw. Why might she have chosen to Test Strategy: Most Likely craft her story this way? means you will choose between (Example: The writer was setting two or more answers that may it up as it might have appeared to seem correct. young / new workers.) 5-1.10 Predict events in literary text on the basis of cause and effect relationships. As I read the next few pages think 5-1.10 Predict events in about your conversations on what literary text on the basis of we thought the workers might do cause and effect relationships. about their work conditions. Judith has come to suggest a solution. Read “There was a loud knock on the door…” to the end of the 7th sentence on Spinning Room…” (“…shocked into silence.”) Were any of our predictions in line with what the factory workers have decided to do? What will this cause the other workers do? Continue reading “And then, 5-1.10 Predict events in across the courtyard…” to the end informational texts on the basis of “At suppertime some girls…” of cause and effect relationships. It seems things are getting worse. What do you think this will cause the workers to do now? Read “On Sunday Mrs. Putney 5-1.1 Analyze literary texts to was told…” to the end of “Judith draw conclusions and make saw her expression…” inferences. In your opinion, do you think Judith did the right or wrong thing? Give reasons to support your thinking. Turn and Talk Why is it sometimes hard to do the right thing and get the right results? Discuss