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Unit One A Week Four: Is Identity Influenced by Others? Lesson 1.11 Complete the following tasks, record your responses on this document, and submit your work (as an attachment) via Blackboard. You will need more space to record your answers; keep typing and the space will expand. 55 marks Before Comprehending and Responding In Lesson 1.10, you listened to and read an essay about the influence of others’ cultures, values, practices, and beliefs on a person’s identity and in this lesson, you will read a poem that explores that concept. Asking questions is a strategy that can improve your understanding of a text. In this lesson, you will learn about asking questions and you will practice asking questions as you develop your understanding of the poem “Identification Papers.” 1. Read the selection “Asking Questions: What Do I Wonder?” pages 58 to 65. 2. a) Generate four questions you might ask about the photo on page 58. / 2 marks Why is the person sitting in the trench, with drums? Why is he all alone, and in a place like that? How would he get out from there? Does he stay there always, and who is he? b) How did asking questions about the photo improve your level of interest in the photo or improve your ability to focus on the photo? / 2 marks I didn’t have anything really to ask, when I first saw the picture. I felt more questions developing each time I saw the picture. I felt more curious about the image each time I looked.
3. a) Name and define the three types of questions as described on page 60. / 3 marks Explicit- asking simple, detailed and clear questions. Inference- Questions that can read between the lines. Making connections- Asking questions that relate to themselves. Makes connections to past experience/ other things. b) Identify the question type for each question below: _Making connections- Which of the speaker’s supporting details did I find most convincing? Inference- For what audience was this television show created? Explicit- In which stanza of the poem does the poet use a metaphor? 4. Write two new questions you might ask about the poetry passage on page 61. Each question should be a different type. Identify the type for each question you create. / 2 marks 1.Who is the Poem about- Explicit 2. Have I ever read similar poems?- Making Connections. 5. a) Read the interview on pages 62 and 63. Based on Chanda’s answers, write the questions the interview might have asked to get each response. / 4 marks Interviewer’s question 1: As a documentary film maker, what is a Good question? Interviewer’s question 2: What types of Questions do you usually ask? Interviewer’s question 3: What do you think/ ask before filming?

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