Week 23 January 26-30

Scope of Work Week 23

Monday

  • Students will complete an anticipation guide for the weekly reading.
  • The teacher will review the learning goals (literary analysis skill and reading skill) and introduce the selection using Pearsonsuccessnet.com .
  • The student will complete vocabulary exercises.
  • The student will read the essay.
  • The teacher will lead the class in a whole group discussion of the essay using critical thinking questions.

Tuesday

  • The student will complete the after you read activity for the anticipation guide and discuss whether their views changed or not after reading the story.
  • The teacher will review the learning goals (literary analysis skill and reading skill) for the selection.
  • Students will complete the Critical Thinking Questions and the After You Read activities in the textbook.
  • The teacher will review the answers to the questions and activities to check for understanding.

Wednesday

  • The teacher will review the learning goals (literary analysis skill and reading skill) for the selection.
  • The student will complete the All-in-One workbook pages and the Open Book Test to prepare for Thursday’s test.
  • The teacher will review the answers/activities to check for understanding.

Thursday

  • The teacher will review the learning goals (literary analysis skill and reading skill) for the selection.
  • The student will complete the selection test and essay.

Friday

  • The student will complete the enrichment or remediation writing activity.

 

We are going to have such a great week!

Goals:

Our weekly objectives are as follows:

1) Improve Reading Skill
2) Engage in Literary Analysis
3) Develop Vocabulary
4) Evaluate Persuasion
5) Analyze Analytic and Interpretive Essays
6) Demonstrate Understanding of and Effectively Utilize our Word of the Week

 

 
 

Results of the listed informal assessments will be used to develop plans to differentiate instruction in response to data and review the effectiveness of prior actions. These informal assessments serve as responses to previous data gathered from past assessments in the unit.

 

Results of the above formal assessment will be used to develop plans to differentiate instruction in response to data and review the effectiveness of prior actions. These formal assessments serve as a response to previous data gathered from past assessments in the unit.

 

Results of informal socratic questioning were used to scaffold student learning at the time in which the questions took place. Results will be used to develop more formal and informal assessments based on students’ individual needs. They serve as an immediate data source used to evaluate the effectiveness of prior teaching strategies and will also be used to develop future plans to differentiate instruction.

 

Cooperative Learning Group Projects cannot be made up, but alternate assessments are available for absent students. :) 

However, students may make up close-reads for homework. 

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