D.r.a.w

D.r.a.w

*D.R.A.W Topic: Cancer Get Ready *Come in quietly and sit in your assigned seat. *Please unpack and place the following items on your desk: * * ELA binder Todays lesson graphic organizer *

Pen or pencil *Place your backpacks under your desk. *Fill in your proper heading information. *Complete the warm up section of your handout. *Remain quiet and prepare for learning. Openin g Essential Questions In what ways can cancer

affect our life? I Must Be Able *D-Engage in discussions To. with . your class, your peer group, your teacher and with individual students. (ELACC7SL1) *R-Locate and cite textual evidence from the informational article you read. (ELACC7RI1) *A-Demonstrate knowledge of Standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. *(ELACC7L1) *W-Reflect and connect to the reading by

writing routinely over shorter time frames. (ELACC7W10) As you look at the following pictures, What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer? Source Text Evidence My Thinking (must include page and line numbers)

Pictures: Smiles Bald Hospital band Different races, ages, gender, and places I feel sad for them but they look hopeful. They are still loving

and laughing Joyful Some people are proud of their cancer. Work Sessio As you read the poem, What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer? Source Poem:

Not Again By Linda Nielsen Text Evidence My Thinking (must include page and line numbers) (What were you thinking while reading the poem?) Ex. Why cant cancer stay away, after fighting it so

strong. (2.1-2) Note: The stanza is in red and period should come behind the stanza. 1. 2. 3. 4. *! It really makes me angry, hen a friend whos near and dear. has another disappointment, Stanza #1 of something we all fear. 1. 2.

3. 4. Why cant cancer stay away, after fighting it so strong. Stanza #2 We hoped it was gone forever, but apparently we were wrong. Source #2: Poem Not Again By Linda Nielsen As you read the article, What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer?

What Is Cancer? Cancer is a scary word. Almost everyone knows someone who got very sick or died from cancer. Most of the time, cancer affects older people. Not many kids get cancer, but when they do, very often it can be treated and cured. What Is Cancer? Cancer is actually a group of many related diseases that all have to do with cells. Cells are the very small units that make up all living things, including the human body. There are billions of cells in each person's body. *Cancer happens when cells that are not normal grow and spread very fast. Normal body cells grow and divide and know to stop growing. Over time, they also die. Unlike these normal cells, cancer cells just continue to grow and divide out of control and don't die when they're supposed to. Cancer cells usually group or clump together to form tumors (say: TOO-mers). A growing tumor becomes a lump of cancer cells that can destroy the normal cells around the tumor and damage the body's healthy tissues. This can make someone very sick. Sometimes cancer cells break away from the original tumor and travel to other areas of the body, where they keep growing and can go on to form new tumors. This is how

cancer spreads. The spread of a tumor to a new place in the body is called metastasis (say: meh-TASS-tuh-sis). Source #3: Article What is Cancer? Source Text Evidence (must include page and line numbers) Example: Cancer happens What is Cancer? www.KidsHealth. when cells that org

are not normal grow and spread very fast. (p. 3; line 1) Article: My Thinking (What are you thinking as you were reading this piece of text or looking at the pictures?) Performance Task *Today you will read two pieces of texts:

*A poem- Not Again By Linda Nielsen *An article What Is Cancer? *As you read the poem and the article, What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer? *Text Evidence: Here you will write

exactly what the text (poem and article) say about how a person is affected when he/she has cancer. *My Thinking: Here you will write your thoughts and feelings that you have about what you have read. *Remember our guiding question listed above in RED. Closing As a class we will now create a constructed response answering the following question:

*What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer? *Cite textual evidence and further explain your answer. Constructed Response As a class we will now create a constructed response answering the following question: What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer? Cite textual evidence and further explain your answer. Remember to include the who, what, when, where, why, and how. Framework S: State the topic sentence from the question E: Give evidence from the text to show how

well it supports your answer Class Example I can conclude that an individual with cancer has ups and downs. As shown in the pictures of cancer patients, many of them were smiling. Therefore, many of them have a positive outlook on cancer. E: Give further explanation to strengthen the evidence C: Conclude by referring back to the question AC 7-6 EXAMPLE Constructed Response

As a class we will now create a constructed response answering the following question: What can you conclude about an individual living with cancer? Cite textual evidence and further explain your answer. Remember to include the who, what, when, where, why, and how. Framework Class Example An individual living with cancer has a challenging life. From the article, What is Cancer?, it states that individuals E: Give evidence from the text to show how living with cancer take radiation and well it supports your answer chemotherapy to treat the cancer. Some E: Give further explanation to strengthen the patients are hopeful and happy but some are angry and scared like the

evidence author of the poem, Not Again by Linda Nielson. As seen above, an C: Conclude by referring back to the question individual living with cancer goes through a lot but keeps fighting the disease. S: State the topic sentence from the question AC 7-5 EXAMPLE

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