Characterization - Field Local Schools

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Unit 2, Lesson 9
Day # 1
Created by: M. Christoff,
Enrichment Specialist, Field Local Schools
• Students will draw conclusions
from text details.
• Students will support
conclusions with text evidence.
• Students make predictions and
inferences.
A conclusion is a
smart guess about
ideas that are not
stated in the text.
A generalization is
broad statement that
is true most of the
time.
To predict is to
guess what might
happen in the
future.
 Good readers use clues in the
text and their own
experiences to draw
conclusions and make
generalizations about details
the author has not revealed.
 We will use a Four-Square to
record details and draw
conclusions that will help us
make generalizations about
the selection.
 During one hurricane in 1880,
Captain Linnea Baldwin led a crew
of surfmen to an amazing water
rescue of nine people. The victims
were trapped on a sinking ship 20
miles offshore. After the storm, the
government honored several crews
for rescues made during this
hurricane.
 Curiously, Baldwin’s crew was not
recognized.
 Months later, the people who were
rescued by Baldwin’s crew made
sure the government knew about
these overlooked heroes. Two of
them wrote to the president and to
their senators, and the government
 Immediately corrected the error.
Captain Baldwin and his surfmen
finally received the Coast Guard’s
Gold Lifesaving Medal.
 In the preceding passage, the
government honored several crews for
daring rescues, but Baldwin’s crew was
overlooked. After the survivors wrote
to the president and senators, the
government awarded the crew a medal.
We know from our experiences that it is
important to be recognized for good
work.
Detail #2:
Detail # 1:
Baldwin’s crew was
not recognized.
The government
honored other rescue
crews.
Generalization:
The government
did not know about
the rescue.
Detail # 3:
Detail # 4:
The survivors notified
the government.
The crew was
honored.
Unit 2, Lesson 9
Day # 2
Created by: M. Christoff,
Enrichment Specialist, Field Local Schools
• Students will draw conclusions
from text details.
• Students will support
conclusions with text evidence.
• Students make predictions and
inferences.
A conclusion is a
smart guess about
ideas that are not
stated in the text.
A generalization is
broad statement that
is true most of the
time.
To predict is to
guess what might
happen in the
future.
 Good readers use clues in the
text and their own
experiences to draw
conclusions and make
generalizations about details
the author has not revealed.
 We will use a Four-Square to
record details and draw
conclusions that will help us
make generalizations about
the selection.
Detail # 1:
A ship with many
people onboard sinks
in a hurricane.
Detail #2:
The lifesaving
equipment was
useless.
Generalization:
Brave people think about
helping others before their
own safety.
Detail # 3:
The sailors on the
sinking ship cheered
with hope.
Detail # 4:
Two surfmen did not
let the rolling waves
stop them.
Detail # 1:
Nathan wants to help
and offers Mr. Bowser
some advice.
Detail #2:
Mr. Bowser notices
Nathan’s medical
knowledge.
Generalization:
Often, people find
abilities, when they act
suddenly.
Detail # 3:
Nathan takes over
caring for the sailor.
Detail # 4:
The sailor realizes
that Nathan is
knowledgeable.
Detail # 1:
The surfmen had to
know how to use
ropes.
Detail #2:
The surfmen had to
care for survivors to
carry out the rescue.
Generalization:
The lesson is true.
Detail # 3:
The surfmen had to
know how to swim.
Detail # 4:
The surfmen had to
know how to treat
hypothermia.
Detail # 1:
Nathan has always
wanted to help save
people’s lives.
Detail #2:
Nathan has studied
medical books and
lifesaving skills.
Generalization:
Nathan will
probably become a
doctor.
Detail # 3:
He realizes that he
can’t be a surfman.
Detail # 4:
He uses his medical
knowledge to save a
man’s life.
 Good readers use clues in the
text and their own
experiences to draw
conclusions, make
predictions, and make
generalizations about details
the author has not revealed.
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