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Preview the homework: Reader’s Notes: Pygmalion , Section 5 . Inform/Remind students that they will have a mid-unit assessment in Lesson 7 on the skills they have been practicing in reading Pygmalion so far. Assure them that you are confident they will do well on this assessment, that you are excited to see their growth as readers, and that they will be assessed on exactly the same skills they have been using in class up until this point. Ask students to hand their Eliza Character Trackers to you as an exit ticket on the way out the door. Circulate as students are completing this step to offer suggestions for where they might look for details. Homework Meeting Students’ Needs Reread Section 5 and fill in the Reader’s Notes: Pygmalion , Section 5. Created by Expeditionary Learning, on behalf of Public Consulting Group, Inc. © Public Consulting Group, Inc., with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound, Inc. NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum • G7:M2B:U2:L6 • June 2014 • 4
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GRADE 7: MODULE 2B: UNIT 2: LESSON 6 Text-Dependent Questions: Pygmalion , Section 5 Name: Date: Questions Answers 1. The stage directions include almost one full page of details about Mrs. Higgins’s home. Why do you think this setting is described in such detail? 2. Higgins says on page 50, “I know I have no small talk; but people don’t mind.” What does he mean he has “no small talk”?3. Higgins says at the bottom of page 50, “Oh, I can’t be bothered with young women. My idea of a loveable woman is something as like you as possible. I shall never get into the way of seriously liking young women: some habits lie too deep to be changed.… Besides, they’re all idiots.”How do these lines connect to the original myth of Pygmalion that we read and discussed earlier? Created by Expeditionary Learning, on behalf of Public Consulting Group, Inc. © Public Consulting Group, Inc., with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound, Inc. NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum • G7:M2B:U2:L6 • June 2014 • 6
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GRADE 7: MODULE 2B: UNIT 2: LESSON 6 Text-Dependent Questions: Pygmalion , Section 5 Name: Date: Questions Answers
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