Lesson Plans

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    Dec. 11-15

    Monday

    6.10A- summarize the main ideas and supporting details in text, demonstrating an understanding that a summary does not include opinions;

    6.10D- synthesize and make logical connections between ideas within a text and across two or three texts representing similar or different genres.

    6.9A-  Compare and contrast the stated or implied purposes of different authors writing on the same topic.

    6.10A- Summarize the main ideas and supporting details in text, demonstrating an understanding that a summary does not include opinions;

    Learning Objective: I will analyze the December Poem by examining the poem lyrics and look at the figurative language.
     
    Language Objective: I will read the poem provided and examine for figurative language.
     
    Warm-up: Examine the December Poem and determine the figurative language.
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  
     
    Analogy

    Main Idea

    Summary

    Compare/Contrast

    Informational Text


    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: Read silently, Ch. 13 from Things Not Seen.
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of the stylistic elements of figurative language and understand the purpose for using these elements when writing.
     
    Tuesday
     
    Learning Objective: I will review for the CBA by playing Kahoots.
     
    Language Objective: I will listen to answer the the Kahoots review for the ELAR CBA.
     
    Warm-up: Review for CBA
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  
     
    Analogy

    Main Idea

    Summary

    Compare/Contrast

    Informational Text


    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: Read silently, Ch. 14 from Things Not Seen.
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of the stylistic elements of figurative language and understand the purpose for using these elements when writing.

    Wednesday

    Learning Objective: I will analyze the CBA #1 & 2 by examining the information and making the best choices.
     
    Language Objective: I will read informational text, find the main idea and summarize the exam and I too will analyze the poem and determine the figurative language found within the poem.
     
    Warm-up:CBA/TEST
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  
     
    Analogy

    Main Idea

    Summary

    Compare/Contrast

    Informational Text


    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: Read silently, Ch. 15 from Things Not Seen.
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of the stylistic elements of figurative language and understand the purpose for using these elements when writing.

     Thursday 

    Learning Objective: I will be able to summarize the main idea and supporting details found in informational (expository) text by reading passage and using summerization strategies to help me better understand the main idea and the authors purpose for writing the text.
     
    Language Objective: I will read informational text for the main idea and summarize.
     
    Warm-up: We are reading Things Not Seen
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  
     
    Analogy

    Main Idea

    Summary

    Compare/Contrast

    Informational Text

    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: Annotate informational text and summarize the main idea using Who, What, Where, When and Why graphic organizer.
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of the stylistic elements of figurative language and understand the purpose for using these elements when writing.
    Friday
    Learning Objective: I will be able to summarize the main idea and supporting details found in informational (expository) text by reading passage and using summerization strategies to help me better understand the main idea and the authors purpose for writing the text.
     
    Language Objective: I will read informational text for the main idea and summarize.
     
    Warm-up:We are reading Things Not Seen
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  
     
    Analogy

    Main Idea

    Summary

    Compare/Contrast

    Informational Text


    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: Annotate informational text and summarize the main idea using Who, What, Where, When and Why graphic organizer.
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of the stylistic elements of figurative language and understand the purpose for using these elements when writing.

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