UDHR-M1-U1-L4

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UDHR 4
Module 1 Unit 1 Lesson 4
Think Pair Share
What words you have learned from this article?
Article 1.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and
rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and
should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Learning Targets
• I can use context clues to help me
determine the meaning of words.
• I can use common Greek and Latin
affixes (prefixes) and roots as clues to
help me know what a word means.
context = con + text
Close Readers Do
These Things
• Read the text slowly at least twice.
• Circle words you aren’t sure of and try
to figure them out.
• Reread, annotate, and underline key
vocabulary.
• Talk to each other about what you think
it means.
• Read to summarize or answer specific
questions.
Learning Targets
• I can use context clues to help me
determine the meaning of words.
• I can use common Greek and Latin
affixes (prefixes) and roots as clues to
help me know what a word means.
• I can determine the main ideas of the
introduction to the Universal Declaration
of Human Rights (UDHR) by reading
closely.
This part is called the introduction. Intro means ‘the first
part.’ These short paragraphs are at the very beginning
of the document and set up many of the main ideas.
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
Reread the first paragraph silently focusing on
words or phrases that might help you determine
the meaning of this first sentence.
Circle words you don’t know and underline words
that you think are important.
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
Reread the first paragraph silently focusing on the
words you underlined or circled
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
fundamental = basic
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
inalienable
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
inalienable
alien = separate
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
inalienable
alien = separate
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
inalienable
in = not
All human beings are born with equal and inalienable
rights and fundamental freedoms.
inalienable
not separate
cannot be taken away
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual. This
commitment stems from the United
Nations Charter, which reaffirms the faith
of the peoples of the world in fundamental
human rights and in the dignity and worth
of the human person.
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
Reread the first sentence silently focusing on
words or phrases that might help you determine
the meaning of this first sentence.
Circle words you don’t know and underline words
that you think are important.
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
Reread the first paragraph silently focusing on the
words you underlined or circled
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
uphold = up + hold
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
promote
pro = to put forward
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
promote
pro = to put forward
promote
mote or mot = to move
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
promote = move forward
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
pro = to put forward
protect
tect = to cover
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
protect = keep safe
The United Nations is committed to
upholding, promoting and protecting the
human rights of every individual.
What do these words have in common?
This commitment stems from the United
Nations Charter, which reaffirms the faith
of the peoples of the world in fundamental
human rights and in the dignity and worth
of the human person.
This commitment stems from the United
Nations Charter, which reaffirms the faith
of the peoples of the world in fundamental
human rights and in the dignity and worth
of the human person.
This commitment stems from the United
Nations Charter, which reaffirms the faith
of the peoples of the world in fundamental
human rights and in the dignity and worth
of the human person.
This commitment stems from the United
Nations Charter, which reaffirms the faith
of the peoples of the world in fundamental
human rights and in the dignity and worth
of the human person.
Paragraphs 3-5
• Think-Pair-Share about the meaning.
• Focus on words or phrases you think
are particularly important.
In the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights, the United Nations has stated in
clear and simple terms the rights which
belong equally to every person.
Think Pair Share
In the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights, the United Nations has stated in
clear and simple terms the rights which
belong equally to every person.
In the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights, the United Nations has stated in
clear and simple terms the rights which
belong equally to every person.
These rights belong to you.
Think Pair Share
They are your rights. Familiarize yourself
with them. Help to promote and defend
them for yourself as well as for your fellow
human beings.
Think Pair Share
They are your rights. Familiarize yourself
with them. Help to promote and defend
them for yourself as well as for your fellow
human beings.
They are your rights. Familiarize yourself
with them. Help to promote and defend
them for yourself as well as for your fellow
human beings.
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Flash Cards
fundamental
inalienable
charter
reaffirms
dignity
upholding
promoting
Learning Targets
• I can use context clues to help me
determine the meaning of words.
• I can use common Greek and Latin
affixes (prefixes) and roots as clues to
help me know what a word means.
• I can determine the main ideas of the
introduction to the Universal Declaration
of Human Rights (UDHR) by reading
closely.
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