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HoltElements of Literature - 2005Grade 7Unit 3Title:Hearts and HandsSuggested Time:4 days (45 minutes per day)Common Core ELA Standards:RL.7.1, RL.7.2, RL.7.3, RL.7.4, RL.7.6;W.7.2, W.7.4, W.7.7, W.7.8, W.7.9; SL.7.1; L.7.1, L.7.2, L.7.4, L 7.5Teacher InstructionsPreparing for Teaching1.Read the Big Ideas and Key Understandings and the Synopsis. Please donotread this to thestudents. This is a description for teachers about the big ideas and key understanding thatstudents should take awayaftercompleting this task.Big Ideas and Key Understandings:Do not judge a book by its cover and show compassion for others.Synopsis:Two men who are handcuffed together board a train.Miss Fairchild, a young andelegant woman, recognizes the younger of the two men, Mr. Easton, and reintroducesherself to him.She then notices that the two men are handcuffed to each other.Theolder man explains that he is being taken prison by Mr. Easton, the marshal.MissFairchild, relieved, continues chatting with Mr. Easton until the other man complains thathe wants to have a pipe.The pair departs amicably.After they leave, a passenger whooverheard the conversation reveals that Mr. Easton is actually the prisoner and the otherman is the marshal.2.Read the entire selection, keeping in mind the Big Ideas and Key Understandings.3.Re-read the text while noting the stopping points for the Text Dependent Questions andteaching Tier II/academic vocabulary.During Teaching1.Students read the entire selection independently.
HoltElements of Literature - 2005Grade 72.Teacher reads the text aloud while students follow along or students take turns readingaloud to each other. Depending on the text length and student need, the teacher maychoose to read the full text or a passage aloud. For a particularly complex text, the teachermay choose to reverse the order of steps 1 and 2.3.Students and teacher re-read the text while stopping to respond to and discuss thequestions, continually returning to the text.A variety of methods can be used to structurethe reading and discussion (i.e., whole class discussion, think-pair-share, independentwritten response, group work, etc.)Text Dependent QuestionsText-dependent QuestionsEvidence-based AnswersDescribe the three main characters. (p. 239)Miss Fairchild is an attractive young womanwith a lovely smile who is “accustomed tospeak and being heard” and is an experiencedtraveler. (239)“Mr. Easton is a young man with a handsomepresence and a bold, frank countenance andmanner” (240).The other man is “a ruffled, glum-facedperson, heavily built and roughly dressed”(239).Using textual evidence from page 239-240,why is Mr. Easton embarrassed?
Look at the following description from page240 of Miss Fairchild:“The glad look in the girl’s eyes changed toa bewildered horror.

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