Esperanza Rising Unit Teacher s Guide

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LESSON 2 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on these questions. Read 1 Describe the setting of Esperanza Rising What is the land like where. 1924 Esperanza lives Pay attention to details from the text to determine the answer. p 1 3 2 What is Esperanza s relationship with her papa like What evidence from the. novel shows you what kind of relationship they have. DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 2 1 1924 Journal, Teacher s note For the first few chapters it is a good idea for students to. work with you and the class or with their peers to complete the journals. before they can complete them on their own, LESSON 3 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following idea. Read Las 1 Use evidence from the text to describe Esperanza s life. p 4 22 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 3 1 Las Uvas Journal, Take a CHARACTERIZATION MATRIX Find examples of direct and indirect characterization. moment from the text Use textual evidence to analyze the main character This matrix can be. used to assist the students in drafting the Characterization Essay at the end of the unit. Resource 3 2 Characterization Matrix Document BEGINNING Students. have a blank version of this matrix while the teacher s edition has a partially. filled out version Depending on the level of your students provide students. with the extra support of pre selected quotes and page numbers that guide. students as they analyze Esperanza The teacher can either photocopy Version. B or fill in the boxes with the students who need the extra support Another. opportunity to track characterization will occur towards the end of the novel. when students will be completing the Characterization Matrix END to explore. Esperanza s growth and transformation, WEBQUEST Explore online resources specifically curated to provide students to. background knowledge context and additional information that will create a more. meaningful and engaging reading experience,Resource 3 3 Webquest Online Resource.
http www bcps org offices lis models esperanzaeng6 studentresources ht. m OR http tg1206 wix com esperanza rising webquest Select Process tab. Task 1 tab Research for links tab to topics related to novel. Essential Question, How will an understanding of past events help us understand the. current social issues in America, Resource 3 4 Webquest Graphic Organizer Students select a topic to. research and report on to their peers The graphic organizer allows them to jot. down facts and details explain their significance and personally respond to this. new information they discover through the research process. LITERARY DEVICES Identify and explore various literary devices utilized by the. Resource 3 5 Literary Devices PDF, Resource 3 5 T Tech digital option Google Slide Presentation. https goo gl tbyB04 This presentation provides definitions and. examples for the main literary devices for this unit foreshadowing. imagery metaphor personification simile and symbolism. Flashcard Activity directions are included in Resource 3 5 Create. flashcards with examples and images to help students remember the various. literary devices what they are and how they are used. Resource 3 6 Literary Devices List A list of the main literary devices. definitions and examples for this unit is provided. CLOSE READING NONFICTION TEXTS Mexico Read and annotate an informational. text about the social and political context of Mexico during the 1920s Then discuss. new information and ideas learned with peers and the rest of the class. Resource 3 7 Annotation Symbols Use these symbols to annotate the text. Resource 3 8 Close Reading Background Texts about Mexico in the 1920s. LESSON 4 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following question. Read 1 What challenges do the characters face, p 23 38 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 4 1 Papayas Journal, LESSON 5 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following question.
Read Figs 1 How do the characters respond to the challenges they face. DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 5 1 Figs Journal, Take a LITERATURE CIRCLES DISCUSSION 1 p 1 57 Discuss the novel with one s. moment peers by taking on a specific role to analyze the text This will be the first of four. Literature Circle discussions throughout this unit. Resource 5 2 Norms for Collaborative Discussions Use this handout to. provide norms in your classroom and to read the Literature Circle Teacher. Directions, Resource 5 3 Literature Circle Handout Discussion 1 This handout. provides specific descriptions for each role Discussion Director Connector. Visualizer and Predictor as well as sentence starters and group discussion. notes prompts, SYMBOLISM PROJECT Column 1 Create a symbol for Esperanza in the beginning. middle and end and explain how that symbol represents Esperanza s change. throughout the plot This will provide support for the summative writing assessment. Resource 5 4 Using Symbols to Analyze Esperanza Changing beginning. Teacher s note As students will need to start thinking abstractly it is a. good idea to pull textual evidence with the students and come up with a. symbol as a class The second symbolism column can be done with a. partner and the final symbolism column can be completed at a more. autonomous level, LESSON 6 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following question. Read 1 Describe Esperanza s journey to the United States and the judgments she. Guavas makes about others, DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer.
comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 6 1 Guavas Journal, Take a READ THE AUTHOR S NOTE Have students read the Author s Note at the end of the. moment book pages 255 262 and discuss how the story is loosely based on the author s own. family background Take a moment to have a classwide discussion about family. heritage and how authors often use inspiration from their real lives to shape the. characters and stories they write about This connection will emphasize the. authenticity of the experiences explored in the novel and refresh students engagement. with the text There is no resource for this segment as students and the teacher should. engage in an organic discussion, LESSON 7 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following question. Read 1 Describe Esperanza s first reactions as she arrives in the United States and. Cantaloup encounters new people, p 81 99 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 7 1 Cantaloupes Journal, LITERATURE CIRCLES DISCUSSION 2 p 58 99 Discuss the novel with one s. peers by taking on a specific role to analyze the text This is the second of four. Literature Circle discussions throughout this unit. Resource 7 2 Literature Circle Handout Discussion 2 This handout. provides specific descriptions for each role Discussion Director Connector. Visualizer and Predictor as well as sentence starters and group discussion. notes prompts, Take a STRIKE UNION BOYCOTT CURRENT EVENT ARTICLE Learn about terms like.
moment strike union and boycott and how these ideas are still relevant today. Resource 7 3 Fast food Workers Strike USA TODAY Read and. annotate the text before having a classwide discussion about what motivates. workers to strike and how striking and boycotting can have negative or positive. consequences, SETTING ACTIVITY and GOOGLE LIT TRIP Take a journey through Google Lit. Trips Students can explore the views of Aguascalientes and the San Joaquin Valley. before drawing out the two settings and determining how setting affects mood. Resource 7 4 Google Lit Trip TEACHER GUIDE Getting Started with. Google Lit Trips Handout This handout explains how to access the premade. Google Lit Trip for the novel Esperanza Rising There is no need to create a new. Lit Trip as an excellent one already exists and can be directly sent to your email. ready for download, Resource 7 5 Setting Activity Draw out the two settings and identify. adjectives verbs nouns and the mood associated with the two different. LESSON 8 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following question. Read 1 What new challenges are there for Esperanza in the camp How does she. Onions handle these challenges, 120 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 8 1 Onions Journal, Take a PARALLEL TIMELINE Follow the historical events that have shaped the environment. moment of unique struggles in Esperanza s community and life. Resource 8 2 PARALLEL TIMELINE This two column timeline places. historical events alongside prompts that ask students to write how such events. impacted the lives of the characters in the novel Please fill out only the parts. that go up to p 120 and save the rest to revisit at a later time Page numbers are. listed for each box event, Teacher s note It might be a good idea to change this lesson to a classwide.
activity and create a giant timeline on the wall as you continue to revisit it. and add to it with the entire class, LESSON 9 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following question. Read 1 As Esperanza faces new challenges at the camp what new discoveries does. Almonds she make about herself and those closest to her. 138 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 9 1 Almonds Journal, LESSON 10 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following idea. Read Describe how Esperanza is changing, p 139 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. 157 comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 10 1 Plums Journal, Take a LITERATURE CIRCLES DISCUSSION 3 p 100 157 Discuss the novel with one s. moment peers by taking on a specific role to analyze the text This is the third of four Literature. Circle discussions throughout this unit, Resource 10 2 Literature Circle Handout Discussion 3 This handout.
provides specific descriptions for each role Discussion Director Connector. Visualizer and Predictor as well as sentence starters and group discussion. notes prompts, SYMBOLISM PROJECT Column 2 Create a symbol for Esperanza in the beginning. middle and end and explain how that symbol represents Esperanza s change. throughout the plot This will provide support for the summative writing assessment. Resource 5 4 Using Symbols to Analyze Esperanza Changing middle. Teacher s note As students will need to start thinking abstractly it is a. good idea to pull textual evidence with the students and come up with a. symbol as a class The second symbolism column can be done with a. partner and the final symbolism column can be completed at a more. autonomous level, LESSON 11 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following goal. Read Describe how Esperanza is changing and what her motivations are for such. Potatoes change, 178 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 11 1 Potatoes Journal, Take a CLOSE READING NONFICTION TEXTS Read about repatriation and forced. moment deportation during the Depression Explore the complexities of race poverty and. public policy and how it impacted hundreds of thousands of Mexican families in. Resource 11 2 Repatriation Nonfiction Article Forced Deportation of. Mexicans During the Depression DEMAND MEDIA and Text based Questions. Resource 11 3 Picture This California Perspectives on American History. Close read and Annotation, Teacher s Note There are two articles Choose one or both or split your.
class in half and assign two different readings, Resource 11 4 Cornell Notes Students can write their notes down as they. read review their notes and write questions on the left side about their notes. The Essential Question is already provided for students to answer in the. summary section of the handout, LESSON 12 PURPOSE FOR READING As students read focus on the following goal. Read What problems do the characters face How do they respond. p 179 DOUBLE ENTRY JOURNAL Analyze quotes proverbs and titles answer. 198 comprehension questions and explore important language embedded in the chapter. Resource 12 1 Avocados Journal, Take a PRO CON THINKING MAP AND ARGUMENTATIVE SPEECH Using evidence from the. moment text and the non fiction readings in this unit think about the pros and cons of striking. and create a corresponding thinking map Then compose an argumentative paragraph. that will become a 1 2 minute speech in which you argue for the strike or against the. Resource 12 2 Pro Con Thinking Map and Speech Handout This document. provides space for students to create a thinking map and to write out their 1 2. Resource 7 4 Google Lit Trip TEACHER GUIDE Getting Started with Google Lit Trips Handout This handout explains how to access the premade Google Lit Trip for the novel Esperanza Rising There is no need to create a new Lit Trip as an excellent one already exists and can be directly sent to your email ready for download

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