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00:04 Learning Target 1 2 3 . Let's go . OK
00:13 . We've already done our journal . We know that
00:15 we've read to nonfictional texts , not to nonfictional .
00:19 We've read to fictional texts , correct . Now we're
00:23 going to look at a speech . So everybody ,
00:25 the first sheet of paper we're looking at or the
00:28 first set of papers we're looking at is our speech
00:32 . Now , you know , we normally do a
00:33 time type of routine to allow you all to discuss
00:36 whatever you need to discuss . We're going to look
00:39 at the following questions now that you got your sheets
00:42 out . Let's look at the board literature . Big
00:45 question Can truth change . That's what we're looking at
00:48 . Overall , we learned that truth could change in
00:50 the girl who can correct ? All right . So
00:53 then we got to look at Cannes . Truth change
00:56 in the rules of the game , right ? And
00:59 now we have to look at Cannes . Truth change
01:01 in the speech that we've been kind of molding over
01:04 for the past two nights . Then it says ,
01:07 if we scroll down , we're looking at all these
01:09 six topics in here to determine our theme , we
01:12 got questions that we need to answer . Number one
01:14 , identify Clinton's purpose for this speech . You got
01:18 your alphabet , explain how you came to this conclusion
01:22 , determine how the title could have assisted you in
01:25 the conclusion . So you can't just say , well
01:27 , this is my thing . What do you have
01:29 to do ? What we've been talking about since day
01:31 one ? What you got to provide textual evidence ?
01:34 Textual evidence ? Because Miss Jones won't believe you .
01:37 If you don't have evidence now , I need somebody
01:39 to really be . Not all at once . Come
01:43 on Melissa . Okay , locate any direct statements and
01:46 analyze how they create or suggest a certain tone .
01:50 Explain how this tone is appropriate . Does it create
01:53 a necessary build and why or why not ? So
01:58 what am I asking ? You see if there's anything
02:02 that kind of goes into the theme or what you're
02:05 trying to look for evidence ? Okay . All right
02:08 . Give me a few more words when I'm saying
02:09 tone . What am I really asking you for ?
02:12 What am I asking you to look at ? All
02:14 right , Hannah , m the word choice or how
02:17 you direct the audience ? Okay , good . Alright
02:20 . See I need someone else to do . See
02:23 No , let's try to get someone else . Probably
02:27 somebody in the far back of the classroom . Yes
02:32 , thank you Shelby Fox detail and discuss what you
02:35 learn about the roles of women . Explain how these
02:40 roles can could be solutions or casual conflict . What
02:48 ? Yeah , casual conflict . So what am I
02:49 asking you ? Um Right . You can describe what
02:59 the women do and also explain why that could be
03:05 a problem or a solution . All right . That's
03:08 what I'm looking for exactly . D I need somebody
03:10 on this side . Yes . Eric awesome . What
03:16 you learn about the roles of women , explain how
03:19 the no eric we just did that . You got
03:21 to explain how the clinton structures the speech as one
03:27 event idea greater than the other . What did you
03:32 say ? If so , explain why or why not
03:38 ? All of the idea points needed , locate transition
03:44 , if any , What type of tone does the
03:46 usage of personal pronouns create ? Mm . Welcome .
03:53 Talk . Walk back to the , to the desk
03:55 and tell me what do you think I'm asking ?
03:58 Okay if you need some assistance , let me know
04:02 some assistance . Can help out eric tristan . Can
04:07 you repeat what the question is ? I'll repeat it
04:10 . I'll read it . Explain how she she being
04:12 clinton structures the speech is one event or idea greater
04:17 than the other . If so , explain why or
04:20 why not ? All of the ideas of points needed
04:22 , locate transitions , if any . What types of
04:25 tone deaf ? What type of tone does her usage
04:28 of personal pronouns create ? What you're asking is for
04:33 us to point out main things in the speech and
04:36 how they switch from one topic to another . Sweetness
04:39 . That's what I'm looking for . All right .
04:41 We got a couple more alphabets . Do you want
04:43 me to read them or do you think that you
04:44 can just go on and get started ? Go on
04:48 and get started . All right . So , we
04:49 normally do about 20-25 22 minutes . Will that suffice
04:54 ? All right . Take a look at these questions
04:56 . Talk to each other . I'm coming around to
04:58 hear your feedback . Are you ready ? You got
05:01 a theme already you're still talking about . Okay .
05:07 All right . You got your speech . So when
05:11 I say theme , what am I saying ? What
05:14 what's the main message ? Okay , the central idea
05:18 . Now , if you need some help with that
05:20 , open up your elements of literature texts to page
05:22 4:30 PM . We've been there . So let's go
05:26 back to refresh our memories . Exactly . The colourful
05:30 chart . That's what I'm talking about . Caylee .
05:37 So you're going to use these and be mindful look
05:41 at the board , isn't it the same wording as
05:44 right here . All right . So , what I'm
05:46 trying to do is make sure you connect what we
05:48 did yesterday to what we're gonna do today . So
05:50 you gotta use all of these to come up with
05:52 your things . So if I come back , you
05:54 have something for me . You will . I believe
05:58 you , Katie , I believe you . I believe
05:59 you . What have you come up with or with
06:03 what have you come up ? Uh So you think
06:09 it's descriptive too ? So it is twofold . Okay
06:11 . So how do you know that It's informative ?
06:13 She's informing people about how everything in this . Like
06:20 think about the problem . Yeah . What is the
06:24 problem ? What's the problem ? Women are treated unfairly
06:28 . How are they treated unfairly ? Give me evidence
06:31 . What is she saying ? What is she pointing
06:33 out ? Every woman deserves the chance to realize her
06:44 own God given potential . But we must recognize that
06:46 women will never gain full dignity until their human rights
06:49 are respected and protected . I have that highlighted two
06:53 . Okay . So how can it be descriptive ?
06:56 She's describing ? She's describing the problems that women are
07:00 facing ? All right . What's the second part of
07:03 this ? How did you come up to ? How
07:06 did you come to that conclusion adam ? Is that
07:09 gun in your mouth ? Find a trash can ?
07:13 All right . How did you come up with ?
07:18 Okay . What are the statistics take me to them
07:22 ? Women compromise . More than half the world's population
07:25 , 70% of the world's poor . In two thirds
07:28 of those who are not talked to read , agree
07:30 . Okay . Alright . That's one statistic . Now
07:33 , here's my question . If that statistic was taken
07:36 out with this still have purpose with this speech ,
07:39 still do what it needs to do . Okay ,
07:42 move on to the next alphabet . Because I think
07:44 you all have what you need to have with .
07:50 Uh All right , wrap up your discussions . We
07:57 have 15 minutes . Now , here's what I'm going
08:01 to suggest . Several of us have gotten to d
08:04 correct yes . Okay . So if we've gotten to
08:07 de we really don't need to do too much discussion
08:09 about that , correct ? All right . So ,
08:12 the focus for the next 15 minutes is the graphic
08:15 organizer filling in the blank and the big objective summary
08:21 that you're going to create . Ladies and gentlemen ,
08:24 I'm going to give each group a poster board on
08:27 this poster board . You are going to summarize everything
08:32 from the girl who can rules of the game to
08:34 Hillary Clinton's speech . And when I say summarize ,
08:38 what am I definitely asking for ? You should know
08:41 it by now . Key details , textual evidence and
08:47 academic vocabulary . I need definitely all of that .
08:51 So while I get the poster boards start mulling over
08:55 what you want to think about . As far as
08:57 your objective summary , I will provide the markers person
09:02 . Yeah . one big thing . No splitting up
09:09 . Yeah . You can battle I suite . That's
09:19 what I'm talking about . I prefer it in one
09:27 big summary . One big sentence . So whoever is
09:30 going to get up and say miss jones , this
09:32 is what we're doing . Yeah , yeah , yeah
09:33 , yeah , yeah . You need to put it
09:35 in one big sentence . You got me All right
09:38 , you are correct . Thank you . Clara for
09:45 pointing that out thing . What does that mean ?
09:54 I think yes ma'am . Truck . I will .
10:00 Here you go . I'm going to give the markers
10:04 . Hannah , I'm gonna get the Marcus . Here
10:07 you go . What's your question ? Do all three
10:12 like our stories , Are they all in one summary
10:19 or ? All right , so we're connecting Exactly yes
10:26 Shelby . You can make it as pretty as you
10:28 want . All right . Here's your marker . Here's
10:33 your marker . Yes . Shell , you can have
10:38 orange . Here's blue . Someone had a question and
10:43 I forget who it was . Truck . You had
10:46 a question . All right , everybody received the marker
10:50 . Did you wanna get a marker ? You got
10:52 black and brown you choose . Alright , alright .
10:56 Truck , what's your question ? Graphic organizer . Alright
11:00 notice it says right , the central idea . So
11:03 just let me interject . Let me interject the graphic
11:09 organizer . Let me interject . The very first one
11:12 is going to be the girl who can if you've
11:15 already started writing make sure you have titled it .
11:18 All right . The second one is going to be
11:20 rules of the game and the very last one is
11:23 going to be Hillary Clinton's speech . Now be mindful
11:28 . Whatever theme you choose , it should be able
11:30 to fit in each literature piece that we've read .
11:34 Okay , so once you filled out the graphic organizer
11:40 , you're gonna put your big summary on the poster
11:42 board . I'm setting the clock . Yes this is
11:45 you want three point and then the details that lead
11:48 to it . All right , to summarize the whole
11:51 story , everything put together everything together . So how
11:56 it all relates to each other . You want this
11:59 one thing . Yes ma'am ? Okay . 11 big
12:04 one . Okay . Okay . Yes , because you're
12:10 gonna have to get up and tell us . Okay
12:14 , so how long do you want one ? All
12:18 right , Sidney . Sidney raised a good question .
12:21 Sydney said . So how long do you want it
12:23 to be ? Do you want to be one sentence
12:24 to sentence or more ? If you can sum it
12:26 up in one sentence ? I'm fine with that .
12:29 If it takes more information and you got to go
12:31 2-3 , once again , I'm fine with that .
12:34 Okay . Just do not give me a dissertation .
12:38 Are we clear on that one ? Okay . We
12:40 don't have enough time to read your dissertations . Yes
12:43 , ma'am . Do you want us to do a
12:45 summary for each passage or just one entire find commonality
12:49 ? One big one . We found like a good
12:52 sentence on the speech that trying to incorporate all of
12:55 this sense and write that our point of view of
12:59 why we think that sentence describes it all . You
13:01 just made me feel so much better because of what
13:03 did you just uh I think you were fined for
13:13 one sentence that sums up everything . And since our
13:15 main point was discrimination . Mm Now if you choose
13:20 discrimination , remember you gotta have evidence , you got
13:24 evidence . So I would suggest that you write your
13:27 sentence on paper , make sure it , make sure
13:29 you all agree with it . And if you're ready
13:31 to put it on that paper , let's wrong with
13:33 it . Make sure you have your evidence stuff .
13:36 Okay ? We don't have to say . And rules
13:38 of the game or and no , it should be
13:40 clear and apparent to everyone that's listening to you .
13:42 All right . So what is Christine doing ? And
13:50 what are what are actually in Sydney doing what I
13:52 wanted to do since we only have a little bit
13:54 of time last year and uh skin back over the
13:58 stories and each story . So she has a speech
14:01 . She has that kind of thing in the game
14:03 . And then we're gonna write out each and then
14:07 come together and they got together and correlate . Don't
14:10 forget good wording . Don't forget to allow that graphic
14:14 organizer to guide you . That's why it's there to
14:17 help you out , Okay .
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