Scope of Work for Week 1 (Jan 6- Jan 9)

TEACHER NAME:  Manning, Hardy, Walley             SUBJECTS: English I                                        DATE: Jan 6- Jan 9, 2015

 

CCSS

Activities/

Resources

Review/

Introduction

Focus for today

Closure

 

 

 

      

       

             

 

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R1.02

Reading informational text

W3

Writing Narratives

L2

Grammar through

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Fiction and Non-fiction Unit

“The Washwoman”

Journal Writing- Bell Ringer

How are predictions used in your life everyday?

Students will respond to Anticipation Guide

Focus on narrative essay

  • Students will complete Diagnostic Test I (Pre-test)
  • Students will look up vocabulary definitions
  • Students will read  “The Washwoman”
  • Students will complete Cornell Notes chart on story
  • Students will finish Anticipation Guide
  • Study voc.
  • Read 20 min.
  • Exit slip – What motivates you to do your best?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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R1.02

Reading informational text

W3

Writing Narratives

L2

Grammar through

writing

 

Fiction and Nonfiction Unit

 

“New Directions”

Journal Writing-Bell Ringer

Respond to “Anticipation Guide”

  • Students will demonstrate reading comprehension knowledge of story
  • After Selection Test, students will read “New Directions”
  • Students will look up vocabulary definitions
  • Students will construct Cornell Notes chart on story

 

  • Study voc.
  • Read 20 min.

 

 

 

               

 

 

 

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R1.02

Reading informational text

W3

Writing Narratives

L2

Grammar through

writing

Assessment on “The Washwoman” and “New Directions”

Journal Writing-Bell Ringer

 

  • Students will read silently “Checkouts” and “The Girl who Can” when finished with testing.
  • Students will practice reading skills
  • Study voc.
  • Read 20 min.

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R1.02

Reading informational text

W3

Writing Narratives

L2

Grammar through

writing

Fiction and Nonfiction Unit

 

“New Directions”

Journal Writing-Bell Ringer

Continue Fiction and Nonfiction Unit

  • Students will practice reading skills-Self-selected Reading
  • Students will copy voc. definitions associated with story
  • Students will focus on point-of-view
  • Students will read “Checkouts”
  • Students will demonstrate reading comprehension skills by completing questions about “Checkouts
  • Study voc.
  • Read 20 min.
  • Reading Log due Friday

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R1.02

Reading informational text

W3

Writing Narratives

L2

Grammar through

writing

Fiction and Nonfiction Unit

 

“The Cask of Amontillado”

Journal Writing – Bell Ringer – Have you ever plotted revenge against someone? Why and what did you do?

Continue Fiction and Nonfiction Unit

  • Students will be introduced to Edgar Allan Poe’s historical background.
  • Students will read “The Black Cat” and then discuss in groups the mood of the story.
  • Students be introduced to similar elements and themes in Powe’s many works, and will begin studying vocabulary for “The Cask of Amontillado”
  • Ticket out the door – Reading Log

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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