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Trash or Treasure?
You have to DIG to find out!!!
TRASH!!!!!
TREASURE!!!
ONE TREASURE
amid lots of TRASH
Working Together…
We can sift
through the trash
to find
those few gems.
OR…..
Treasure!!!
TRASH AND TREASURE
NOTE TAKING
A QUESTION tells us what to look for……
In Mi Barrio, My Neighborhood, we will look for answers to these two
questions:
1. What can a person see in the this neighborhood?
2. Who lives in the neighborhood?
Read each question three times.
Read ONLY one sentence at a time.
After reading the first sentence, ask yourself,
“Does it answer one of my questions?
If the answer is "No,"
then the sentence is TRASH.
Go on to the next sentence.
If the answer is "Yes,"
then re-read the sentence carefully.
Identify and write down the words
that are needed to answer the question –
these are your TREASURE words!!!
Move on to the next sentence.
And do the same thing.
and
You should write down ONLY the TREASURE words –
words that will help you answer your research question(s).
YOU SHOULD NOT WRITE DOWN ANY TRASH WORDS OR SENTENCES.
How do we organize and take the notes???
1. What can a person see in the neighborhood?
2. Who lives in the neighborhood?
Answers are our Treasures found in the Story:
You can see…
These people live here….
Page _____
Page _____
Page_____
Page _____
Read on and have fun!!!!
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