Mrs. Issenmann- language Arts Lesson Plans April 29-May 3, 2013 8th Grade Monday



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Mrs. Issenmann- Language Arts Lesson Plans

April 29-May 3, 2013
8th Grade
Monday (Shortened class- Spanish 1:55-2:25)

Standards/Objectives:


  • Students will continue reading Diary of Anne Frank- Act One

  • R.L.8.1-8.4


Procedures:

Writing:

  • Homework: Brainstorm ideas for Confirmation reflection


Reading:

  • Students will continue reading Diary of Anne Frank Act One


Assessment:

  • Discussion

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Tuesday

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will continue reading Diary of Anne Frank

  • R.L.8.1-8.4/W.8.1

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase Cards
    • Difference Question


    • Old Risk

Reading:

  • Continue reading Diary of Anne Frank Act One

  • Comprehension check questions from act one


Writing:

  • Students will their personal experience essay: topic-What did Confirmation mean to you?

  • Take their brainstorming/outline from homework the night before and begin writing the essay


Assessment:

  • Begin writing essay

  • Continue reading/discussion

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Wednesday (Library 1:55-2:25)

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will continue reading

  • R.L.8.1-8.4


Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading/Writing:

  • Students will continue reading Diary of Anne Frank-Act Two


Assessment:

  • Reading/discussion

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Thursday

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will continue reading

  • Students will continue their writing assignment

  • R.L.8.1-8.4/W.8.1



Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review


Reading

  • Students will continue reading Diary of Anne Frank-Act Two


Writing:

  • Students will work on revising/editing their essays

  • Students will complete the final draft of their essay-due in class Friday

Assessment:

  • Reading/revisions

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Friday (Shortened Class-Spanish 1:55-2:25)

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will complete act two

  • R.L.8.1-8.5


Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review


Reading

Assessment:

  • Discussion

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7th Grade

Monday (shortened class-Spanish 8:35-9:05 am)


Standards/Objectives:


  • Students will review King Midas and the Golden Touch-myth

  • R.L.7.1-7.4

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review


Reading

  • Students will review the questions from the myth, King Midas and the Golden Touch

  • Students will review myths-short quiz will be Tuesday


Assessment:

  • Discussion/Notes

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Tuesday

Objectives/Standards:

  • Students will review myths

  • Students will begin notes about folktales

  • R.L.7.1-7.4


Procedures:

  • Workshop Day

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading/Writing:

  • Students will take the myth quiz

  • Students will begin taking notes about folktales-oral traditions

    • What are folktales?

    • Why do people write them?

    • What are common elements among all folktales?

  • Students will begin reading the Oni and the Great Bird- Nigerian folktale (pg. 699)

Assessment:


  • Quiz

  • Notes

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Wednesday (Library 10-10:30 am) - Choir (9:10-9:40)

Objectives/Standards:

  • Students will review Oni and the Great Bird

  • R.L.7.1-7.4/W.7.1

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading:

  • Students will review Oni and the Great Bird-reading/writing focus: summarization

    • Complete page 705 #1-7

Writing:

  • Students will work on summarization skills and write a summary of the Nigerian folktale

  • Students will then answer the following extended response question: What moral did you learn from this folktale? How can you apply it to your own life? (Must have at least two specific applications)

    • Summary and extended response question homework if not finished in class

Assessment:

  • Discussion

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Thursday

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will review summarization skills
  • Students will read The Crane Wife – literary focus: making generalizations


  • R.L.7.1-7.4

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review


Reading/Writing:

  • Students will read The Crane Wife- Japanese folktale and discuss the literary elements of making generalizations/cause and effect about folktales and the story

    • Complete page 724 #2-5

    • Discuss elements of folktales/moral


Assessment:

  • Reading/review

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Friday

Objectives/Standards:

  • Students will read and analyze their final folktale for the week (next week we move on to legends)

  • R.L.7.1-7.4

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading/Writing:

  • Students will read the folktale-Aunty Misery

    • Page 731 #3-4

    • Drawing a graphic story based upon Aunty Misery-HOMEWORK

      • Telling a story through pictures and dialogue

Assessment:

  • Reading

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6th Grade

Monday

Objectives/Standards:


  • Students will continue reading folktales

  • R.L.6.1-6.4

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Writing:

  • Students will work on revising their draft of the descriptive poem

Reading:

    • Students will review Juan Verdades questions

    • Students will begin reading three folktales from Liberia (packet)

Assessment:

  • Edit poem

  • Begin reading

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Tuesday

Objectives/Standards:

  • Students will read the second Liberian folktale

  • R.L.6.1-6.4

Procedures:

Workshop Day

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading:

  • Students will read the second folktale

    • Discuss for moral/what we learn about the culture

Assessment:

  • Complete reading

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Wednesday

Objectives/Standards:

  • Students will read the third Liberian folktale

  • Students will work on comparing/contrasting the folktales

  • R.L.6.1-6.4

Procedures:


  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading/Writing:

Assessment:

  • Completion reading/compare-contrast

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Thursday

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will discuss the compare and contrast of the folktales

  • Students will begin learning about myths

  • R.L.6.1-6.4

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson

    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review

Reading:

  • Students will review the compare and contrast they completed from the three Liberian folktales

  • Students will begin learning about myths

    • What is a myth?

    • Where do they come from?

    • Why do we read them?

Assessment:

  • Discussion/reading

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Friday

Standards/Objectives:

  • Students will review what they learned about myths

  • Students will begin reading myths

  • R.L.6.1-6.4

Procedures:

  • 5 Step Lesson


    • Power pack

    • Phrase cards

    • Difference question

    • Old risk-review


Reading/Writing:

  • Students will read various myth stories

  • Students will answer comprehension questions from the myth

    • Analyze for elements of mythology

Assessment:

  • Completion of reading and questions






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