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Reading Literature 9-12.2: Determine Theme and Analyze Its Development Reading Informational Text 9-12.2: Determine Central Idea and Analyze Its Development Reading Literature/ Informational Text Standard 9-12.1: Cite Strong and Thorough Textual Evidence. Venn Diagram. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Venn DiagramPlease print this slide show, follow the directions, and staple it to your reading response.Reading Literature 9-12.2: Determine Theme and Analyze Its Development

    Reading Informational Text 9-12.2: Determine Central Idea and Analyze Its Development

    Reading Literature/ Informational Text Standard 9-12.1: Cite Strong and Thorough Textual Evidence

  • Venn Diagram ExplainedAllows you to find similarities and differences between two things being compared. First, choose two things to be compared Second, draw two overlapping circles

    Third, label the outer part of the circles Differences and the inner part of the circles SimilaritiesDifferencesDifferencesSimilarities

  • Making Comparisons Third, Label the outer part of the circles Differences and the inner part of the circle SimilaritiesList 3 Differences 1. 2. 3. List 3Similarities 1. 2. 3.On the right, outer circle, for Subject B, in ten words or less, write three things different from Subject AFinally, in the overlapping area of the two circles, in ten words or less write three things Subject A and Subject B have in commonLastly, add a picture or graphic that symbolizes each of the three areas of the overlapping circles. On the left, outer circle, for Subject A, in ten words or less, write three things different from Subject BName of Subject AName of Subject BList 3 Differences 1. 2. 3.

  • Venn Diagram Example2.Lincoln shot in the Ford Theater 2. Kennedy shot in a Lincoln, made by Ford 1. Lincoln was elected to the presidency in 18601. Kennedy was elected to the presidency in 19603. Lincoln's successor was Andrew Johnson, born in 18083. Kennedy's successor was Lyndon Johnson, born in 1908

    1. Wife lost a child while living in the White House3. Directly concerned with Civil RightsAbraham LincolnJohn F. Kennedy

  • Grading Criteria3 Similarities 3 Differences, Subject B 2 Overlapping Circles

    2 Differences Labels3 Symbolic Pictures (1 for each section)Each Entry 10 Words or Less1 Similarities Label3 Differences, Subject A Each Answer Is Correct

  • Higher Order Thinking Skills Lower Order Thinking SkillsCreativityBlooms Taxonomy 4.5 to 5/A

    3.5 to 4.4/B

    2.5 to 3.4/C

    1.5 to 2.4/L

    .1 to 1.4/K Write one sentence explaining what you did well according to the skill being learned using the language of Blooms taxonomy. Then, write one more sentence explaining what you could do better or differently next time and how you could move up one level on Blooms Taxonomy.Student Directions for Written Evaluation0 Errors = 4.5/A to 5/A 3 Errors - = 1.5/L to 2.4/L1 Errors = 3.5/B to 4.4/B 4+ Errors = .1/K to 1.4/K2 Errors = 2.5/C to 3.4/C

    EvaluationGrading ScaleReading Comprehension Standard 3.2: Theme and Textual Evidence

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    **California Department of Education Secondary Literacy Summit X December 2010Brian Jeffrey mrjeffrey.com (909) 553-9392 mrj@mrjeffrey.com