Week 25 Lesson Plans Feb. 12-16

Week 25 Lesson Plans  Feb. 12-16

English I Pre-AP English I

MON

-”The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”:

        Reading for the Big Question

        Character Analysis

        Open Book Quiz

-Read Chapter 10 Things Fall Apart

TUE

-Review poetry terms (literary devices)

-Re-read “Dream Deferred”

-Complete Chapter 10

-Discuss Igbo customs Ch. 1-10

WED

-”Dreams”

-Sonnet on Love XIII

Identify Literary Terms

-Character Analysis-

     Identify & Analyze characters in Ch.1-10

     

THR

-Literary Terms: Identifying Figurative Language

-Reading for Fluency

-Complete Character Analysis

-Review Ch. 5-10

FRI

-Poetry Literary Terms Test (Selection A) -Ch. 5-10 Test

Week 24 Lesson Plans  Feb. 5-9

Week 24 Lesson Plans  Feb. 5-9

English I Pre-AP English I

MON

-Review Timed Essay Responses

-Review EOC STAAR Essay Rubric

–Review Timed Essay Responses

-Review EOC STAAR Essay Rubric

TUE

-Review Timed EOC STAAR Reading/Writing Passages -Review Timed EOC STAAR Reading/Writing Passages

WED

BENCHMARK BENCHMARK

THR

-Monica Pearce scheduling for 2018-19 -Monica Pearce scheduling for 2018-19

FRI

-”The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”

Pre-Reading and Vocabulary

Things Fall Apart Chapters 7/8

Week 23 Lesson Plans  Jan. 29-Feb. 2

Week 23 Lesson Plans  Jan. 29-Feb. 2

English I Pre-AP English I

MON

-Timed Writing: Expository Essay-Write an essay explaining your definition of a true friendship.

***Give students the blank graphic organizer to complete and write their essays on

-Timed Writing: Expository Essay-Write an essay explaining your definition of a true friendship.

***Give students the blank graphic organizer to complete and write their essays on

TUE

-STAAR reading and writing passages (2)

-Study List 5 SAT Vocabulary

-Review Active and Passive Voice (Grammar book)

-Begin Chapter 5 Things Fall Apart

WED

-Review Active and Passive Voice (Grammar book)

-Scope Magazine: Should Texting and Walking Be Banned?

-Begin Argument Checklist (group)

-Review Tone

-Continue Chapter 5-6

THR

-Participial Phrases

-Complete Argument Checklist, discuss

-Participial Phrases

-Continue Chapter 6

FRI

-SAT List 5 Test

**Timed EOC Practice- Should Bicyclists Be Required to Register and License Their Bikes?**

SAT List 5 Test

-Continue reading Ch. 6-7

Week 22 Lesson Jan. 22-26

Week 22 Lesson Plans  Jan. 22-26

English I Pre-AP English I

MON

-Logan Paul article

-Review concepts of Expository Writing

-Study List 4 SAT Vocabulary

-Continue Things Fall Apart Ch. 3 & 4

-Porquoi Story Group Work

-Logan Paul article (homework)

TUE

-”Single Room, Earth View” Pre-Reading (vocabulary and perspective)

-List 4 SAT Vocabulary Quiz

-Continue Things Fall Apart Ch. 4

-List 4 SAT Vocabulary Quiz

-Porquoi Story Group Work

WED

-”Single Room, Earth View” Read and Discuss

-Assign List 5 SAT Vocabulary

-Review Things Fall Apart Ch. 1-4

-Assign List 5 SAT Vocabulary

THR

-“Single Room, Earth View” Test

-Study List 5 SAT Vocabulary

-Porquoi Story Presentations

-Ch. 1-4 Reading Check (tentative)

FRI

-Review Active and Passive Voice (Grammar book) -Complete Porquoi Presentations

-Ch. 5 Things Fall Apart

Week 21 January 15-19

Week 21 Lesson Plans Jan. 15-19

English II Pre-AP English II

MON

Holiday-MLK, Jr. Day Holiday-MLK, Jr. Day

TUE

-Complete Digital Citizenship

-Discuss/Review Expository essays.

-Review Chapters 1-5

-Revising and Editing-“Should Bicyclists Be Required to Register and License Their Bikes?”

-Porquoi Story Group Assignment

WED

-Discuss perspective

-Review Expository Essays

-Reading Background on “Single Room, Earth View”

-Chapters 1-5 Test

-Grade and Discuss Revising and Editing passage

-Porquoi Story Group Assignment

THR

Complete reading “Single Room, Earth View” pg. 468

-Revising and Editing- “Cool Dude”

-Porquoi Presentations

FRI

-”Single Room, Earth View” Test

-Revising and Editing-”Cool Dude”

-Grade and discuss Revising and Editing-”Cool Dude”

Porquoi Presentations

English I Lesson Plans, Week 11

Week 11 Lesson Plans Sept. Oct. 23-27

English I Pre-AP English I

MON

-Current Event

-Read and analyze “The Interlopers” literature book p. 270 (Focus on Irony and Making Inferences)

-Finish Reading Warm-Up A (homework)

-Current Event

-Read and analyze “The Interlopers” literature book p. 270 (Focus on Irony and Making Inferences)

-Finish Reading Warm-Up B ( homework)

TUE

-Current Event

-Finish reading and analyzing “The Interlopers” p. 270

-Grade Reading Warm-up A (Grade & discuss missed questions)

-Current Event

-Finish reading and analyzing “The Interlopers” p. 270

-Turn in Reading Warm-up B

-Begin writing a Found Poem using only lines from the story (5-7 lines required)

WED

-Current Event

-Plot Development review foldable

-Plot diagram for “The Interlopers” (label exposition, climax, and resolution with the class)

-Current Event

-Finish writing a Found Poem using only lines from the story (5-7 lines required)

***Have them turn them in on a slideshow presentation. Copy and paste theirs into one slideshow for all classes to see all of the poems.

THR

-Current Event

-Finish Plot Diagram for “The Interlopers”

-STAAR Revising & Editing passage

-Current Event

-View/present some of the found poems

-STAAR Revising & Editing passage

FRI

-Current Event (if needed)

-”Interlopers” Quiz

-Current Event

-Grade and discuss STAAR Revising & Editing passage

English I Lesson Plans, Week 10

Week 10 Lesson Plans Sept. Oct. 16-19

English I Pre-AP English II

MON

-Model writing a body paragraph 1 with the class-I Do (TEX-Topic sentence, Example, eXpand with 2-3 sentences)

***Let’s write this on the planning sheet to get them used to it

(Choose one of the essays from last week)

-Expository Essay Structure Quiz

-Model writing a body paragraph with the class-I Do (TEX-Topic sentence, Example, eXpand with 2-3 sentences)

TUE

-Annotate a scored essay for TEX (highlight)

-Write a body paragraph 2 as a class or with a group

-Annotate a scored essay for TEX (highlight)

-Write a body paragraph as a class or with a group-We Do

WED

-Expository Essay Thesis Statements Test

-”The Interlopers”  Reading Warm-up A

-Expository Essay Test

-”The Interlopers” Reading Warm-up B

THR

-Glue Types of Irony foldable in composition book

-Watch videos on situational, verbal, and dramatic irony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqg6RO8c_W0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiR-bnCHIYo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZFYuX84n1U

-Define types of irony together in comp. book on foldable

-Identifying Irony practice (do a couple together; finish with groups)

https://www.ereadingworksheets.com/reading-worksheets/irony-worksheet.pdf

-Glue Types of Irony foldable in composition book

-Watch videos on situational, verbal, and dramatic irony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqg6RO8c_W0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiR-bnCHIYo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZFYuX84n1U

-Define types of irony together in comp. book on foldable

-Assign Irony Scavenger Hunt (share slideshow template on Google Classroom)

FRI

TEACHER WORK DAY!!! TEACHER WORK DAY!!!

TEKS:

English I Lesson Plan, Week 9

Week 9 Lesson Plans Sept. Oct. 9-13

English I Pre-AP

MON

Sub-grammar lesson Sub-grammar lesson

TUE

1. Thesis Statement video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCzuAMVmIZ8

2. Writing a Thesis Statement? Review (practice the first several together; assign the rest for independent practice)

3. Grade thesis statements together (Have them put a box around the topic and underline the main points.)

1. Thesis Statement video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCzuAMVmIZ8

2. Writing a Thesis Statement? Review (practice the first several together; assign the rest for independent practice)

3. Grade thesis statements together (Have them put a box around the topic and underline the main points.)

WED

1. Thesis Statement video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCzuAMVmIZ8

2. Thesis Practice-partner work

3. Discuss the Expository Planning Sheet

4. Hmwk- 7-12 Writing a Thesis Statement?

1. Thesis Statement video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCzuAMVmIZ8

2. Thesis Practice-partner work

3. Discuss the Expository Planning Sheet

4. Hmwk- 7-12 Writing a Thesis Statement?

THR

SU- Grading and Phone Analogy

1. Discuss the STAAR expository rubric

2. Discuss and annotate score point 4 essays

3. Score released essays as a class

SU- Grading and Phone Analogy

1. Discuss the STAAR expository rubric

2. Discuss and annotate score point 4 essays

3. Score released essays as a class

FRI

1. Allusion #8

2. Have students copy a score point 4 essay onto the planning sheet.

3. Have students highlight/label the parts

1. Allusion #8

2. Have students copy a score point 4 essay onto the planning sheet.

3. Have students highlight/label the parts

TEKS: 9.13, 9.15, 9.17-9.19

 

English I Pre-AP Lesson Plan, Week 8

Monday- Students will respond to a quote from William Wordsworth, complete a Google Form Test on “The Cask of Amontillado” and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” and with the time remaining, construct a thesis to the essay prompt.

Tuesday- Students will take notes on Adjectives and Nouns used as Adjectives, begin constructing an outline for the first essay. Adjective Homework (Due Thursday).

Wednesday- Students will construct 2 practice thesis and continue work on their essay. Early Release.

Thursday- Students will construct an additional 2 practice thesis and begin constructing an introductory paragraph.

Friday- Students will record notes on an Allusion and continue work on their essay.

English I Lesson Plan, Week 8

Monday- Students will respond to a quote from William Wordsworth, complete a Google Form Test on poetry, and with the time remaining, construct a thesis to the essay prompt.

Tuesday- Students will take notes on Adjectives and Nouns used as Adjectives, begin constructing an outline for the first essay. Adjective Homework (Due Thursday).

Wednesday- Students will construct 2 practice thesis and continue work on their essay. Early Release.

Thursday- Students will construct an additional 2 practice thesis and begin constructing an introductory paragraph.

Friday- Students will record notes on an Allusion and continue work on their essay.