Keena Ford

Lesson 14

Objective

Describe the conflicting feelings that Keena has by identifying and explaining evidence that shows character feelings and perspective.

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Target Task

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In this section Keena has conflicting feelings. What are her conflicting feelings and why does she have them?

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Key Questions

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  • Why did Keena's plan not work?

  • Why did Mom say she would bring Keena to get shots?

  • What happens when Keena gets to school? Why?

  • Details to notice for Keena's feelings:

      "I could feel my heart beating really fast." "Even though I DID like the balloons on the board, I felt like a big fat liar." "Then I'll be in trouble."

  • "I could feel my heart beating really fast."

  • "Even though I DID like the balloons on the board, I felt like a big fat liar."

  • "Then I'll be in trouble."

  • "I could feel my heart beating really fast."

  • "Even though I DID like the balloons on the board, I felt like a big fat liar."

  • "Then I'll be in trouble."

Vocabulary

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conflicting

Notes

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There is not a lot of text on this day. Have students read independently and then bring them back together to reread and do a close read focused solely on her feelings.

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Common Core Standards

  • RL.2.3 — Describe how characters in a story respond to major events and challenges.

  • RF.2.4 — Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension.