Non Fiction Reading: Change The Game and Earn Your Leisure (SEL Story 002) HDC
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Do any of your students want to be pro athletes or celebrities one day?
Who can afford to sit courtside at a game? NBA players, rappers, drug dealers, and these two guys: Troy Millings and Rashad Bilal.
A former teacher and a financial advisor are showing people in their community there's another pathway to success. Earning your leisure first is a game changer.
Differentiated Text: Grade 5, 7, 9, 11.
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- Non-fiction article is written at four reading levels: approximately Grades 5, 7, 9, and 11.
- Paragraphs are numbered to allow differentiated instruction. Students at different reading levels can do the same lesson!
- The social-emotional learning lesson focuses on the snowball effect of EFFORT: take constant and consistent steps.
- Discussion questions follow Bloom's Taxonomy: retell, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate, create.
- Detailed answer key / discussion guide with sample answers.
- BONUS answer key using the reading strategy MAKING CONNECTIONS.
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CONTENT WARNING: The first line of this SEL Story 002 article mentions drug dealers sitting front-row at a basketball game.
- This line is paraphrased from a primary source of information used for research in writing this article. It comes from a conversation between Troy Millings and Rashad Bilal with the hosts of the Guys Next Door podcast Episode #160
- The host of the podcast says the following:
“As a kid to see… Everybody knows, when you’re in the hood and you go to these tournaments, courtside is where either the old basketballers came - the old NBA dudes, or the rappers, or - most of the time, all those rappers and NBA players can’t come to all these games - it’s the drug dealers. Front row and center… but when you look around the court and you see rapper, rapper, drug dealer, drug dealer,... and then… [these guys]”
(Guys Next Door Podcast #160 at 32 minutes 32 seconds. Here is a link to the podcast on *language warning.)
- For more context with additional quotes, please see the last page of the Preview PDF.
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