Lesson Plans

  • ESOL: Lesson Plans Jan.6 to Jan. 31

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  • Sheltered English III : Lesson Plans for Jan. 6 to Jan. 31

    1. Go over Final First Semester Exam ( Discuss & Write)/ Go over elements of good essays ( thesis, frame, rich SAT vocabulary, depth of details). 
     
    2. Expository Career Research paper ( *Cite @least 5 sources, * Three to Five pages , * Due First Week in Feb.)
    3. SAT Vocabulary Journal Power Point with @ least 15 words from Groups one to three/ Other activities with SAT words: pantomimes, drawings, pair-share skits, panel games, puzzles. 
    4. SAT Vocabulary Group One: abhor, bigot, counterfeit, enfranchise,hamper,kindle,noxious,placid,remuneration,talisman.
        SAT Vocabulary Group Two : abrasive,bilk, covert,engender,hangar,knotty, nuance,plagiarism,renown,tangent
        SAT Vocabulary  Group Three: abasement, billowing,cower,enhance,harangue,labyrinth,nullify,plaintiff,replete,tangible
    5. Read  first five chapters of A Separate Peace by John Knowles/ Do Active Reading Activity from Study Guide & Analyzing Literature Questions from Study Guide 
    6. View film (2004 TV Movie)
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  • Sheltered English I & II : Lesson Plans Jan. 6 to Jan.31

    ( Same as Core English I & II ; however, with more time & emphasis on ELPS ( listening,speaking, reading, writing); i.e. reading fluency, pair-share, checking for understanding, scaffold writing, L2 support ( second language support).  
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  • Core English I : Lesson Plans for January 6 to 31

    1. Go over Final First Semester Exam ( Discuss & Write)/ Go over expository essay ( thesis, frame, rich SAT vocabulary, depth of details)
     
    2. Expository Career Research Paper ( * Cite @ least three sources, * Three to five pages, * Due First week in Feb.)
    3.  SAT Vocabulary Journal Power Point with @ least 15 words from groups 1 to 3/Other activities with SAT Vocabulary: pantomimes, drawings, pair-share skits, panel games, puzzles.
    4. SAT Vocabulary Group One : abhor,bigot,counterfeit,enfranchise,hamper,kindle,noxious,placid,remuneration,talisman
        SAT Vocabulary  Group Two: abrasive,bilk,covert,engender,hangar,knotty,nuance, plagiarism,renown,tangent
        SAT Vocabulary  Group Three: abasement,billowing,cower,enhance,harangue, labyrinth,nullify,plaintiff,replete,tangible
    5. Quizzes over Act I
    6.  View Franco Zeffirelli's adaptation (1968,PG)
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  • Core English II: Lesson Plans for January 6 to 31

      1. Go over Final First Semester Exam( Discuss & Write)/ Finish Persuasive Essay ( Thesis, Pro-Con arguments, rich SAT vocabulary, Frame)  
     
      2. Power Point:  Background Information on Steinbeck's  Of Mice & Men / Outside reading report (designated pages): Night by Elie   Wiesel
      3. Expository or Persuasive Research Paper  ( *Cite At least 3 sources, *Three to five pages, *Due First week in Feb.)
      4. Quizzes:  First 3 chapters of ...Of Mice & Men
      5. SAT Vocabulary Journal Power Point (@ least 15 words) from groups 1- 3/ Other activities with SAT Vocabulary: pantomimes, drawings, pair-share skits, panel games,puzzles.
          SAT Vocabulary Group One: abhor, bigot,counterfeit,enfranchise,hamper, kindle,noxious,placid,remuneration,talisman
          SAT Vocabulary  Group Two: abrasive,bilk, covert,engender,hangar,knotty,nuance,plagiarism,renown,tangent
          SAT Vocabulary  Group Three: abasement,billowing,cower,enhance,harangue,labyrinth,nullify,plaintiff,replete,tangible
      6. View film, starring Gary Sinise & John Malkovitch ( PG-13, 1992)  
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  • Leeson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English I & II (Sheltered) & ESOL

    Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English I& II (Sheltered) & ESOL

     

    ·         All 8 lists of SAT Vocabulary : Review via panel games , quizzes, pantomimes & power point

    ·         Literary Devices: allusion, simile, metaphor, allegory , alliteration, juxtaposition , character trait, extraneous information, glittering generality, flashback, elaborated, proverb, archetype, antithesis, parallelism  

    ·         Questions from To Kill A Mockingbird (1960)by Harper Lee

    ·         Revising & Editing Activities I & II

    ·         Semester Exam from the above content

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  • Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 English III ( Sheltered)

    Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English III (Sheltered)

    ·         All 8 lists of SAT Vocabulary : Review via panel games , quizzes, pantomimes & power point

    ·         Literary Devices: allusion, simile, metaphor, allegory , alliteration, juxtaposition , character trait, extraneous information, glittering generality, flashback, elaborated, proverb, archetype, antithesis, parallelism  

    ·         Questions from  Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ( 1885) by Mark Twain

    ·         Revising & Editing Activities I & II

    ·         Semester Exam from the above content

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  • Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English II (Core)

    Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English II (Core)

    ·         All 8 lists of SAT Vocabulary : Review via panel games , quizzes, pantomimes & power point

    ·         Literary Devices: allusion, simile, metaphor, allegory , alliteration, juxtaposition , character trait, extraneous information, glittering generality, flashback, elaborated, proverb, archetype, antithesis, parallelism  

    ·         Questions from A Separate Peace (1959) by John Knowles

    ·         Revising & Editing Activities I & II

    ·         Semester Exam from the above content

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  • Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English I ( Core)

    Lesson Plans: December 2 to December 20 for English I (Core)

    ·         All 8 lists of SAT Vocabulary : Review via panel games , quizzes, pantomimes & power point

    ·         Literary Devices: allusion, simile, metaphor, allegory , alliteration, juxtaposition , character trait, extraneous information, glittering generality, flashback, elaborated, proverb, archetype, antithesis, parallelism  

    ·         Questions from To Kill A Mockingbird (1960)by Harper Lee

    ·         Revising & Editing Activities I & II

    ·         Semester Exam from the above content

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  • ESOL /CM November 4-29

    Benchmark/ Revising & Editing
     
    "Traps & Levers"/ Tips for Improving STAAR ELA scores 
     
    Narrative, Expository & Argumentative ( Persuasive) Essays: Power Point Characteristics 
     
    Three Writing Activities from Jeff A's 10 things Every Writer Needs to Know : (1) Power Writing & Frames; (2) Explicit Writing using the five senses ; (3) Implicit Writing ( Where Am I ?) 
     
    Expository Writing Essay: Katherine Bush & Sandra Cisneros 
     
    CM for World History, American History, Algebra, A+ Credit recovery, Geometry, etc. 
     
    Check Power Point for lists # 4. #5, and #6 
     
    Vocabulary Development List # 7; Dictionary, Sentence Variety, Visuals & Motion 
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