are significant instances in the text. For each instance I’ll write down the characters involved, the setting they were in, what was the mentioned character perspective was and the tone of the scenario. After finishing the matrix, it has all the characters of the text and instances they were significant for the text. Finally, I’ll review each character's instance and connect with the other characters instance and this way by reviewing the matrix the whole text can be recollected after class sessions. As a class activity, I’ll ask the students to do the
same and write down what they can recollect through the comparison matrix. this strategy students can use for reading and retaining information on other books as well. This strategy can be beneficial and efficient for students in terms of learning new content. Assessment: The assessment for this text includes a short answer in the book and what are the interesting things they found about this book? Followed by multiple-choice questions on the different scenarios in the book and what were the actions performed by the characters in those instances. Also, including some visuals from text and asked to determine the meaning through them? Including fill in the blanks about the title and author and names and places from the text. VII. The book How many days to America? Gives a Positive turn to most unexpected situations, as a group of people and family tries to flee from and Caribbean island full of soldiers by a boat. It carries all the turn of events and ends with a positive tone at the end of the book. As
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