LESSON FIVE: Go Free or Die
Students explain examples of sensory details and figurative language within the context of fiction, nonfiction, and prose using the book Go Free or Die.
R2B Explain examples of sensory details and figurative language within the context of poetry and prose.
R3B Explain examples of sensory details and figurative language within the context of nonfiction text.
R1I Identify and explain connections between text ideas-information and relationships in various fiction and nonfiction works (compare, contrast, and analyze), text ideas and own experiences, text ideas and the world by demonstrating an awareness that literature reflects a culture and historic time frame
§ Sources of literature
o Objects from What Am I? Sacks
o Sentence Strips
o Slips of Paper
§ Handouts provided
§ Words to know fiction
o analyze figurative language
o compare nonfiction
o contrast graphic organizer
o context clues sensory details
Students choose two objects from the What Am I? sack activity and complete a What Am I? Compare/Contrast Chart graphic organizer. Scoring Guide provided.
What would be the best method/way to find your match?
Examples found on pages 34, 36, 38, and 43 of Go Free or Die.
Examples found on pages 34, 38, 41, 42, and 45 of Go Free or Die.