Henrietta Lacks Immortality STEM Close Reading Informational Text No Pack.
Black American Henrietta Lacks Immortal HeLa Cell Medical Ethics Critical Close Reading Informational Text Reflection Paragraph No Prep Pack.
In 1951, Henrietta Lacks, a young mother of 5, visited The Johns Hopkins Hospital complaining of bleeding. Upon examination, Dr. Howard Jones discovered a malignant tumor on her cervix. At the time, The Johns Hopkins Hospital was one of only a few hospitals that would treat poor black Americans. Although Mrs. Lacks died on October 4, 1951, at the age of 31, her cells continue to impact the world. Her life story has fostered heated debate on medical ethics.
This resource includes a high-interest relevant texts about Henrietta Links Immortal HaLa cells. This NO PREP PACK will help your students develop close reading strategies for critical analysis and proper functional paragraph writing and reflection skills.
Support critical literacy in your Junior Intermediate classroom with this no prep character education package!
This informational text passage pack supports close reading, reading and writing strategies, critical reflection and connection to self, text and world. All while providing relevant interesting content that will engage even your most reluctant students. Opportunities to differentiate with visual sequencing retell work sheets.
his pack includes:
1 Henrietta Lacks Immortality informational text
2 Reading Comp Multiple choice with answer key
3 Reading comp short answer
4 Close reading annotation strategy poster
5 Reading 1,2,3 Poster
6 Transition terms poster
7 student editing checklist
8 New vocabulary logs
9 Critical reflection paragraph rough copy sheets
10 Critical reflection good copy sheets
11 Visual sequencing work sheet for differentiation
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