Lesson 3.1 & 3.2 Today in class, I will… Preview the main ideas and vocabulary for Unit 3. Identify something you know, something you are unsure about, and something you don’t know. Make inferences and predictions about the author’s purpose. Use the Think-Pair-Share strategy to answer the essential questions. What is the relationship between choices and consequences? What makes a great leader? Individually, skim and scan Unit 3 on pages 163-244. What topics do you already know about, unsure about, and don’t know anything about in Unit 3? Each student will receive three post-its. Title the post-its: Know, Unsure, Don’t Know and place them on the correct spot on the poster. Under vocabulary tab in your binder place your word wall handout, and write the following definition. Imagery: the use of descriptive or figurative language to create word pictures. Motif: a recurring element, image, or idea that has symbolic significance in a work of literature. Imagery Clip Imagery Rap Examine the tangerine in your group and document the appearance, smell, feel, and taste on page 167. Simile: comparison of two unlike things using the words like or as. Metaphor: comparison of two unlike things not using the words like or as. Create a simile and a metaphor about the tangerine using the sentences starters on page 167. Write your simile or metaphor on the sentence strip provided and draw a picture or symbol to visually represent the sentence. Example: Peeling a tangerine is like opening a gift box of surprises. Example: Peeling a tangerine is a roller coaster of sensory delights. Examine carefully the design, color, images, and text on the front and back cover of the novel, Tangerine. Take notes on the graphic organizer on page 168. Which aspect of the book cover helped you make predictions and inferences? Did the images or text generate more questions? Are the images important in terms of marketing and selling the book? How is the actual tangerine similar and different from the book cover?