6. You Do Together: Students complete with partner
A. Goals: What is the author’s purpose of the text?
B. Evidence: What kids of details does the author include to make his point?
C. Impact: Predict the outcome and effects; What do you think this text will inspire people to do?
7. Lesson Closure: Review Lesson Objective & Reflection. Have students write which line from the texts they thought was most shocking and why. Sample response: The line from ____________, “__________________________”, was most shocking because ______________________.
1. Review Essential Questions from Day 1 and introduce Lesson Objective: SWBAT compare & evaluate primary sources by writing a claim citing textual evidence (Summary Template or Rough Draft)
2. Writing Prompt:SWBAT compare The Jungle & Fast Food Nation and evaluate which author was more successful in motivating the audience to take action. Cite textual evidence to support your claim.
3. Introduce Writing Rubric
4. Students complete Summary Template or a rough draft of their writing response
5. Peer Editing: Students exchange rough drafts with a partner and complete revisions
Day 3: Students write final response to writing prompt