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Lyndsie Davis/RDG Week of: Aug 31 – Sep.4











Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday




Objective


TEKS: 6.6(A)

Objective(s):

TLW review the characteristics of plot by creating a foldable


TLW analyze a story to determine the significant events that make up the exposition and rising action.

TEKS: 6.6(A)

Objective(s):

TLW analyze a story to determine the significant events that make up the climax, falling action, and denouement or resolution.



LIBRARY DAY TODAY


TEKS: 6.6(A)

Objective(s):

TLW analyze a story to determine the significant events that make up the plot structure to complete a plot diagram.


CURRICULUM BASED ASSESSMENT 1
Objective(s):

TLW apply knowledge of story elements and plot structure to complete an assessment.



Materials/

Resources



Evan-Moor DOL

Pixar Short Film “Day & Night”

Plot Structure PPT

Interactive notebook plot foldable

“Children’s Book “ _____ “

Plot Diagrams



Evan-Moor DOL

Pixar Short Film “Day & Night”

Plot Structure PPT

Interactive notebook plot foldable

Children’s book

Plot diagrams







Evan-Moor DOL

H&M Literature

Plot Diagram





Lesson Activities/

Procedures




Focus/Introduction:

Bell Work: DOL


Pixar short film: Day and Night
Lesson: Plot Structure: PowerPoint
-Freytag’s Pyramid (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, denouement)
-Interactive Notebook Foldable (Esposition and Rising Action, Climax)
-Table Groups (detail significant events in story that make up exposition and rising action, and climax)


Formative Assessment:

-Partner Teach (plot/structure)


Ticket out the door- Draw a label a plot diagram

Focus/Introduction:

Bell Work: DOL


Revisit and review plot diagram for Pixar short film

Lesson:

Plot Structure: Falling Action and Denouement (resolution)

Interactive notebooks plot diagram
Table groups plot diagram

Formative Assessment:

Explain reasoning for choosing events as falling action and denouement.






Focus/Introduction:

Bell Work: DOL


Pg. 34 What do you fear most? Survey: *rank your fears*
Lesson:

“The School Play” pg 36-42


Students read the story in pairs, discuss the significant events in the story. Take note of target passages.
Students will complete a plot diagram independently.
*PLOT DIAGRAM due Friday 9/4*
Formative Assessment:

Monitor, observe, and discuss with students as they complete the assignment. Focus on the “Why?”






Questions to be answered for each day’s lesson:



  1. What do the students need to be able to do (master)? 2. What are the activities you will plan to help them reach mastery? 3. When students do not reach mastery, how will you intervene?


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