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Chapters 15-16 (XV – XVI)

Chapters 15-16 (XV – XVI)

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Chapters 15-16 (XV – XVI)

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  1. Chapters 15-16 (XV – XVI) • Content Goal- to make predictions before and after these chapters; to track plot elements during chapters 15-16 • Language Goal- read, write, speak, and listen collaboratively about the novel’s resolution (+2) • Vocabulary Detectives: adroit [repeat], innocuous, lassitude, raucous (+9)

  2. Chapter 15-16 – Cliffhanger 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Write the most important eight events from chapters 15-16 along the “cliff.” (+8) Evidence for what I think will happen- based on end of chapter 14. (+2) My prediction of what will be revealed in the epilogue and manuscript at bottom of cliff (+2)

  3. Epilogue (Chapter 17) • Content Goal-to put all the pieces of the plot together • Language Goal- read, write, speak, and listen collaboratively to review the novel’s plot (from the police perspective) (+2) • Vocabulary Detectives: none this chapter

  4. Epilogue – C.S.I. Crime timeline(use this chapter to complete your character chart) (+14)

  5. Manuscript (chapter 18) • Content Goal- to evaluate critical questions presented by the chapter’s narrator • Language Goal- read, write, speak, and listen collaboratively and support answers with specific text-based details • Vocabulary Detectives: brethren, incongruous, inexorable, maudlin, palpably (+15)

  6. ManuscriptCritical Questions Chart Post-Reading