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Invitation to Notice:

Invitation to Notice:.

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  1. Invitation to Notice: The first Saturday in August featured perfect flea-market clouds: sun-blockers but not rain-makers. The tables on the gravel acre along Ridge Pike displayed everything from watches to monkey wrenches. One of the tables was rented by Refrigerator John, who in turn donated a third of his space to Primrose. David helped arrange the wares from their Thursday night shopping sprees. One of them was a toilet seat. A sign taped to it said, WOULDN’T THIS MAKE A CHARMING PICTURE FRAME? There were also two paperback mystery novels, a painting of a bull-fighter on velvet, an old blue green Coke bottle, five baseball cards, a hub-cap, an orange-colored bowl, a vase, a beaded lizard-looking pocketbook, and under a table, the child’s racing chair that John had repaired. --Jerry Spinelli, Eggs (2007)

  2. Dragonwings…What do you recall from Chapter 8? Look at your picture and think about what was happening in the chapter. Jot down some thoughts on your sticky note and be prepared to discuss with your group!

  3. Use Text Evidence to Support Your Thinking! Use your novel to support your answers with text evidence!

  4. Silent Conversation All responses should be relevant to the picture and quotes from Dickens’ will. Read the comments of others as your participate. You may draw an arrow from an interesting response and respond to it. Thus, without talking , you will be interacting not only with the prompt but also with your peers. Do your talking with your written word! Jot your thinking using a colored marker different from anyone else in your group! When I say pass your paper, rotate your paper, read what your tablemate has written and write a response.

  5. What can you learn about Dickens through media? As you listen to this video about Dickens, take notes regarding how he affected change in England concerning social injustices. You will use these notes in an argument writing. http://www.learn360.com/ShowVideo.aspx?SearchText=England+dickens&lid=6818736&ID=132106

  6. Group Write Using everything we have studied about Hine and Dickens, write an argument essay with your table.

  7. Homework:1. Bring a piece of large size white poster board on Monday.2. Read chapter 8 and 9 again to be prepared for activity.3. Credibility sheet due (immigration LA side of project)

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