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Mighty Jackie: The Strike-Out Queen By:Marissa Moss. Vocabulary. Legendary Muttered Gaped Snickering Stunned Proven. Day 1 . Think-Pair-Share What do you know about triangles?. Day 1 Team Work. Partner Read – pages 60-62 (aloud) Silent Read – page 63 Team Talk:
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Vocabulary • Legendary • Muttered • Gaped • Snickering • Stunned • Proven
Day 1 Think-Pair-Share What do you know about triangles?
Day 1Team Work Partner Read – pages 60-62 (aloud) Silent Read – page 63 Team Talk: • Compare and contrast the New York Yankees and the Chattanooga Lookouts. • Describe Jackie Mitchell.
Day 1Adventures in Writing Think of a time you were told you shouldn’t do something because you are a boy or girl. Describe what happened, using at least two details. How did you feel at the time? Scoring Guide You answer the question 25 points Your answer explains or describes 25 points with at least two details. Your answer makes sense and has 20 points part of the question in it. Your answer is written in complete, 20 points Correct sentences. Your writing has correct capitalization 10 points and punctuation.
Day 1Team Practice Vocabulary: pg. 11 Fluency: Page 60 (paragraphs 1-5, ending with……”instead of a bat.”
Day 2Two- minute edit my uncle joe loves to watch american idol can you stop writeing on mi book
Day 2Teamwork Partner Reading: pages 64-65 aloud with partners. Team Talk: • Compare and contrast Babe Ruth and Jackie Mitchell in this scene. • What effect does the setting have on Jackie Mitchell in this part of the story?
Day 2Adventures in Writing Think of a time you did something brave. Describe what happened. Using at least two details. How did you feel at the time?
Day 3Teamwork Partner Reading: page 66 aloud with partners Silent Reading: page 67 Team Talk: • What does the author mean when she writes that “jackie held that ball like it was part of her arm”? • Compare and contrast Jackie Mitchell and Babae Ruth in this part of the story.
Day 3Adventures in Writing Jackie Mitchell pitched against the New York Yankees more than seventy-five years ago and did very well, but there are no female professional baseball players in major leagues. Do you think women should be allowed to try out and play for professional baseball teams? Explain your answer, using at least two details to support your argument.
Day 4Test Read pages 67-70 and answer question (in complete sentences)1-6 on the first sheet. Complete Vocabulary and Challenge Questions On the second sheet. Only write the answer