The Outsiders-Lesson 1-Intro to novel

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The Outsiders-Lesson 1-Intro to novel

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  1. The Outsiders

    Slide 2 - The Outsiders

  2. Lesson Objectives

    Slide 3 - Lesson Objectives

    • Essential Question(s):What is your identity?
    • By the end of the lesson, you should be able to:
    • Understand the theme of identity
    • Define identity and class
    • Understand the differences between individual and group identity
    • Review The Outsiders Reading packet
    • State Standards:
    • E08.A-K.1.1 Demonstrate understanding of key ideas and details in literature.
    • Student Terms: Understand main ideas and details when reading.
  3. Vocabulary

    Slide 4 - Vocabulary

    • Theme
    • Identity
    • Class
    • Individuality
    • Group identity
    • Let’s review our vocab terms, class!
  4. Quick Review

    Slide 5 - Quick Review

    • Theme- the lesson(s) we learn from a story.
    • While reading The Outsiders, we’ll be exploring the theme of identity.
  5. Identity

    Slide 6 - Identity

    • What is identity?
    • A person’s thoughts or feelings about themselves.
    • What can influence or affect someone’s identity?
    • Race
    • Class
    • Religion
    • Personal Experiences
    • Gender
    • Physical Appearance
  6. Individual vs. Group Identity

    Slide 7 - Individual vs. Group Identity

    • What is the difference between individual and group identity?
    • Individual identity- how you characterize yourself
    • Group identity- When someone characterizes themselves based on a group of people with common traits or beliefs.
    • White
    • Girls
    • Black
    • Boys
    • Hispanic
    • Christian
    • Muslim
    • Rich
    • Poor
  7. Reflection

    Slide 8 - Reflection

    • Think about the positive and negative aspects of group identity.
  8. In The Outsiders, you will meet two groups of people.

    Slide 9 - In The Outsiders, you will meet two groups of people.

    • The Socials (Socs)
    • The Greasers
    • These two groups define themselves by
    • their social class.
    • What is social class?
    • When you are grouped by your economic status (upper, middle, and lower class)
    • The job you have, the amount of money you make, the material items you have
    • The Outsiders
  9. Reflection

    Slide 10 - Reflection

    • What is your individual identity?
    • What is your group identity?
  10. Slide 11

    • Quick Review
    • What is an example of group identity?
    • A. Christians
    • B. Boys
    • C. Hispanics
    • D. All of the above
  11. Slide 12

    • Taking Notes
    • Why is it important?
  12. Summary

    Slide 13 - Summary

    • We’ll be exploring the theme of identity
    • What is your identity?
    • Do you have a group identity?
    • We’ll be reading and learning about two different groups in The Outsiders and how their identities affect the way they interact with each other.
  13. Understand the theme of identity

    Slide 14 - Understand the theme of identity

    • Define identity and class
    • Understand the differences between individual and group identity
    • Review The Outsiders Reading packet
    • Review ObjectivesCan you do it?
  14. For extra credit, check out the task below.

    Slide 15 - For extra credit, check out the task below.

    • Create a self-portrait made up of objects, symbols and/or imagery that represent key elements of your identity.
    • You can create this in any format that you’d like (Word, Publisher, Paint, etc.)
    • Email your teacher the assignment.
    • Dig Deeper
  15. What’s Next?

    Slide 16 - What’s Next?

    • Want some new strategies that will help you become a better reader?