Book: Living Up The Street  Author: Gary Soto

Will you: Read and annotate these short memoirs. Play Quizlet. Record on VoiceThread. Engage others on Youth Voices. Read about Gary Soto.

Track your progress.

⌧ Turned in

⌧ More work needed

⌧ Mastery

Reflect

Keep Track and

Make Connections

Wonder

Point to What's Important

and Ask Questions

Investigate

Analyze and

Draw Conclusions

Construct

Create and Collaborate

with Multimedia

Express
Combine Your Ideas
with Other Texts

Section 1: Chapters 1 to 4

Section 2: Chapters 5 to 9

Section 3: Chapters 10 to 13

Section 4: Chapters 14 to 17

Section 5: Chapters 18-21

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Critical Thinking Independent reading and quantitative reasoning

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Section 5, Step 1

Read, listen to, and annotate online the first section (of five) of a book using NowComment, Hypothes.is or Genius.

Read, listen to, and annotate online the second section (of five) of a book using NowComment, Hypothes.is or Genius.

Read, listen to, and annotate online the third  section (of five) of a book  using NowComment, Hypothes.is or Genius.

Read, listen to, and annotate online the fourth section (of five) of a book using NowComment, Hypothes.is or Genius.

Read, listen to, and annotate online  the fifth section (of five) of a book using NowComment, Hypothes.is, or Genius.

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Creative Practice

Self-directed learning
and problem solving

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Play games with Quizlet, talk with other students, and write in your journal about your experience of reading the 1st section of the book.

Play games with Quizlet, talk with other students, and write in your journal about your experience of reading the 2nd section of the book.

Play games with Quizlet, talk with other students, and write in your journal about your experience of reading the 3rd section of the book.

Play games with Quizlet, talk with other stuents, and write in your journal about your experience of reading the 4th section of the book.

Play games with Quizlet, talk with other student, and write in your journal about your experience of reading the 5th section of the book.

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Build

Making creative projects for learning and sharing

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Read important passages from the 1st section of the book aloud, and record them on the Youth Voices VoiceThread for this book.

Read important passages from the 2nd section of the book aloud, and record them on the Youth Voices VoiceThread for this book.

Read important passages from the 3rd section of the book aloud, and record them on the Youth Voices VoiceThread for this book.

Read important passages from the 4th section of the book aloud, and record them on the Youth Voices VoiceThread for this book.

Read important passages from the 5th section of the book aloud, and record them on the Youth Voices VoiceThread for this book..

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In Docs compose a response to the 1st section of the book following a YV Lit guide. Revise, proofread, and edit, then post on YV.

In Docs compose a response to the 2nd section of the book following a YV Lit guide. Revise, proofread, and edit, then post on YV.

In Docs compose a response to the 3rd section of the book following a YV Lit guide. Revise, proofread, and edit,  then post on YV.

In Docs compose a response to the 4th section of the book following a YV Lit guide. Revise, proofread, and edit, then post on YV.

In Docs compose a response to the 5th section of the book following a YV Lit guide. Revis, proofread, and edit, then post on YV.

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Connect Participating in conversations with evidence and precision

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Comment on other students' Youth Voices discussion posts for the first section of the book, using the Commenting Guides.

Comment on other students' Youth Voices discussion posts for the second section of the book, using the Commenting Guides.

Comment on other students' Youth Voices discussion posts for the third section of the book, using the Commenting Guides

Comment on other students' Youth Voices discussion posts for the fourth section of the book, using the Commenting Guides.

Comment on other students' Youth Voices discussion posts for the fifth section of the book, using the Commenting Guides.

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Do research about this book or themes, annotating with Hypothes.is. Post new comments and replies on posts about this section.

Do research about this book or themes, annotating with Hypothes.is. Post new comments and replies on posts about this section.

Do research about this book or themes, annotating with Hypothes.is. Post new comments and replies on posts about this section.

Do research about this book or themes, annotating with Hypothes.is. Post new comments and replies on posts about this section.

Do research about this book or themes, annotating with Hypothes.is. Post new comments and replies on posts about this section.

Book: Living Up The Street Author: Gary Soto

Project: Read and annotate the book in NowComment, with five comments in each chapter. Play Quizlet, and keep a journal on your learning of vocabulary words. Record five important passages from the book on VoiceThread. Engage others on Youth Voices by posting five discussion posts on Youth Voices about the book, and write at least five comments and replies. Do further research on the book and the author, and add comments with quotations from this research.  

Not Yet

On Track

Mastery

Exceeds Mastery

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Independent Reading

Write NowComment annotations for each chapter of the book. Choose from each set of comments in each chapter a mastery-level comment. Mastey comments have three paragraphs, and complete, correct sentences that show an understanding of the text and connections to self, other texts, and the world. Make a list of links to each of these selected comments for each chapter, and explain how each shows your understanding and engagement with the book.

three or fewer annotations for each chapter with links to one mastey comment for every three or more chapters

four annotations for each chapter with links to one mastery-level comment for every two chapters

five annotations each chapter with links to one mastery comment for each chapter

six or more annotations for each chapter with links to two mastey comments in each chapter

Read aloud and record on VoiceThread important passages from the book with minimal errors. An “important passage” is more than a page long. Make a list of links to each of these recordings and explain what makes each significant in the book. Why did you choose each passage?

links to three or fewer recordings with writing to explain why each passage is important

inks to four recordings with writing to explain why each passage is important

links to five recordings with writing to explain why each passage is important

links to six or more recordings with writing to explain why each passage is important

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Citing
Evidence in Conversations

Divide the book into five sections. In Docs compose a response to each of the five sections of the book following a Youth Voices Literature guide. Revise, proofread, and edit, then post it on Youth Voices. A mastery-level post is at least four paragraphs long with complete, correct sentences showing your understanding and engagement with the book.

three or fewer complete and correct discussion posts on Youth Voices

four complete and correct discussion posts on Youth Voices

five complete and correct discussion posts on Youth Voices

six or more complete and correct discussion posts on Youth Voices

Comment on other students' Youth Voices discussion posts for each of five sections of the book, using the Commenting Guides. A mastery level comment includes two quotations from the original post. “Exceeds mastey” also requires quotations from research sources.

three or fewer complete and correct comments or replies on Youth Voices

four complete and correct comments or replies on Youth Voices

five complete and correct comments or replies on Youth Voices

six or more complete and correct comments or replies on Youth Voices, with quotations from research.