Purpose for Reading:
Is to use the information provided to interpret statistical information provided through a poll and bar graph.
Re-read P1 –P4. Students will write significant details from the text in Text Box 3 [focusing on the reading strategies: distinguishing between fact and opinion, and summarizing]
Purpose for Viewing: Imagine you are going to be a guest on a TV show, what would be your opinion on the Oscars? What was your favorite movie of this year? What makes the Oscars different from other movie award shows in your perspective? This video will help you prepare for your interview.
Watch video commentary ‘Are The Oscars Important & Do You Always Agree With Them’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2Y_18K_Ai8
Focus on key words or phrases [such as statistics and percentages] that provide support or evidence to validate the theme of this close reading unit. [Record your answers on Notice and Thinking Organizer Text Box 2]
Closing: What is effective evidence?
Share/Pair: Students will turn to partner and discuss what they learned about the importance of evidence such as bar graphs and statistics. How do they help us visualize factual information? [2 min.]