Lesson Plans

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    Oct. 16-20

    Monday

     
    Sic-Fi Story-Plot Diagram Writers Workshop Share OUT
     
     
    Learning Objective: I will analyze the meaning of plot and Science Fiction and determine the Sci-Fi elements...what makes it Science Fiction.
     
    Language Objective: 
    I will write an outline of a plot diagram for my Sci-Fi story.
     
    Warm-up: Ask one person from each table to share out their Sci-Fi story. The class will be peer editing the story by looking for the Science Fiction elements.
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary: Genre, fiction, homophone, plot, exposition, raising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.


    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: 
    Examine by reading Ch. 10 of the novel Things Not Seen. Additionally, the students will work together to understand the events in the story by creating a reflective summary of the fictional elements seen in the story and providing the evidence through documentation. 
     
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of plot and understand the purpose of a plot diagram.
     

    Tuesday

     
    Understanding Figurative Language in Literary Nonfiction & Poetry
    Things Not Seen Book Study
     
     
    Learning Objective: I will explain how authors create meaning using figurative language when writing stylistic elements.
     
    Language Objective: I will write about figurative language.
     
    Warm-up: What is Figurative Language? What a Brainpop video.
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary: Figurative, Literal,  Personification,Simile, Metaphor,Hyperbole,Imagery,Onomatopoeia, alliteration,allusion, 
     

    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: 
    Examine by reading Ch. 11 of the novel Things Not Seen. Additionally, the students will work together to understand the events in the story by creating a reflective summary of the fictional elements seen in the story and providing the evidence through documentation. 
     
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of plot and understand the purpose of a plot diagram. Also identify the important facts about the fictional elements of the story, Things Not Seen
     
     
     
     

    Wednesday

     
    Understanding Figurative Language in Literary Nonfiction & Poetry
    Things Not Seen Book Study
     
     
    Learning Objective: I will explain how authors create meaning using figurative language when writing stylistic elements.
     
    Language Objective: I will write about figurative language by completing a vocabulary fold-able. 
     
    Warm-up: Students will create a Figurative Language fold-able & label.
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  Figurative, Literal,  Personification,Simile, Metaphor,Hyperbole,Imagery,Onomatopoeia, alliteration,allusion
     

    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: 
    Examine by reading Ch. 12 of the novel Things Not Seen. Additionally, the students will work together to understand the events in the story by creating a reflective summary of the fictional elements seen in the story and providing the evidence through documentation. 
     
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of plot and understand the purpose of a plot diagram. Also identify the important facts about the fictional elements of the story, Things Not Seen
     
     
     

    Thursday

     
    Understanding Figurative Language in Literary Nonfiction & Poetry
    Things Not Seen Book Study
     
     
    Learning Objective: I will explain how authors create meaning using figurative language when writing stylistic elements.
     
    Language Objective: I will write about figurative language by completing a vocabulary fold-able. 
     
    Warm-up: Student will add the meaning of Figurative and literal to their foldable. 
     
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  Figurative, Literal,  Personification,Simile, Metaphor,Hyperbole,Imagery,Onomatopoeia, alliteration,allusion
     

    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: 
    Examine by reading Ch. 13 of the novel Things Not Seen. Additionally, the students will work together to understand the events in the story by creating a reflective summary of the fictional elements seen in the story and providing the evidence through documentation. 
     
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of plot and understand the purpose of a plot diagram. Also identify the important facts about the fictional elements of the story, Things Not Seen
     
     
     
    Friday
     
     
    Understanding Figurative Language in Literary Nonfiction & Poetry
    Things Not Seen Book Study
     
     
    Learning Objective: I will explain how authors create meaning using figurative language when writing stylistic elements.
     
    Language Objective: I will write about figurative language by completing a vocabulary fold-able. 
     
    Warm-up:  Student will add the meaning of smilie to their foldable. 
    Materials: General supplies, pencil and notebook paper, black composition notebook.

    Vocabulary:  Figurative, Literal,  Personification,Simile, Metaphor,Hyperbole,Imagery,Onomatopoeia, alliteration,allusion
     

    Procedures: 
    2. DEAR DAILY: 
    Examine by reading Ch. 14 of the novel Things Not Seen. Additionally, the students will work together to understand the events in the story by creating a reflective summary of the fictional elements seen in the story and providing the evidence through documentation. 
     
     
    Evidence of Success:The students will be able to articulate the meaning of plot and understand the purpose of a plot diagram. Also identify the important facts about the fictional elements of the story, Things Not Seen