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1st Grade:
Cause/Effect Story VocabularyStudents will be able to identify cause/effect. Students will be able to use context and story information to place vocabulary words in sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
Cause/EffectStudents will be able to identify cause and effect.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
Coming To AmericaClose read to develop information and background on immigration. Develop reference on map- where people came from, how they traveled to America.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT read and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words to better comprehend the informational text; That's Cold; Barrow Alaska; select words in the text that mean COLD SWBAT identify the MAIN IDEA of the text in each paragraph SWBAT sort DETAILS of "what" happens in the text during the summer and winter using a graphic organizer. SWBAT to write a summary using the main ideas and details from each paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT read and understand the meaning of the vocabulary words to better comprehend the informational text; That's Cold; Barrow Alaska; select words in the text that mean COLD SWBAT identify the MAIN IDEA of the text in each paragraph SWBAT sort DETAILS of "what" happens in the text during the summer and winter using a graphic organizer. SWBAT to write a summary using the main ideas and details from each paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
Poetry Reading Comprehension Grade 2 Charlotte Amy QuinnStudents should be able to read poem "Weather" and make inferences to what type of weather the poem is about. Students should be able to connect the topic of the poem to their personal experiences in order to improve reading comprehension.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Comprehension - The Berenstain Bears and the Trouble with FriendsListening to the book offers students a chance to go beyond decoding and word meaning. Listening as the teacher reads a story gives gives students an opportunity to appreciate, draw significance and meaning as well as informal practice using story elements. Listening to read-a-louds gives the teacher the opportunity to model "close" reading skills as well as model thinking.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Comprehension of Poetry "Summer Song" by John CiardiStudents will use Reading Comprehension strategies to identify elements of poetry including repeated lines and rhymes. Students will identify the most important idea or the message of the poem. Students will illustrate a line from the poem.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Comprehension of Poetry "Summer Song" by John CiardiStudents will use Reading Comprehension strategies to identify elements of poetry including repeated lines and rhymes. Students will identify the most important idea or the message of the poem. Students will illustrate a line from the poem.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Comprehension StrategiesStudents will use strategies presented to improve reading comprehension.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading LessonStudents will be able to comprehend the story "Amazing Grace" and answer questions by recalling events in the story.(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
Deborah Brown* Use the reading strategy of asking questions to understand text * Identify the problem and solution(Under 3 ratings)
Deborah Brown* Use the reading strategy of asking questions to understand text * Identify the problem and solution(Under 3 ratings)
Guided ReadingTo become more fluent in reading out loud. To be able to identify and define adjectives. To be able to use text context to understand words that we do not know.(Under 3 ratings)
Guided ReadingTo become more fluent in reading out loud. To be able to identify and define adjectives. To be able to use text context to understand words that we do not know.(Under 3 ratings)
HadleyWork toward reaching her IEP objectives and goals.(Under 3 ratings)
reading comprehensionStudents will learn how to read and answer questions that are based on the reading.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
Lesson PlanTo get students to think about what they are reading and start to comprehend and recall.(Under 3 ratings)
Literacy Activity "The Laziest King" By Stuart Baum Using the Frayer ModelAllow for students to comprehend, categorize useful information and make connectionS between characters. Also allowing for students to brainstorm different outcomes from the story.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading ComprehensionDemonstrate understanding of informational text/refering to the text to answer questions.(Under 3 ratings)
Section 1 Castle Location and PlanningIn the fifth grade class we will cover pages 1 to 15 of Castle by David Macaulay. The goal of this lesson will be to understand how to read a map and why it was important in the construction of a Castle as well as how a Castle is constructed.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
6th Grade: October 12-16, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade: October 12-16, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade: September 14-18, 2015Students will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of literary devices.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade: September 21-25, 2015Students will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of literary devices. - Work individually to show an understanding of literary devices.(Under 3 ratings)
Hard as NailsTSW read a selection and answer questions to check for comprehension.(Under 3 ratings)
Informational Reading Comprehension and Analysis By: Lisa DuBoisStudents will be able to identify the central idea of a text and identify the meaning of vocabulary within context. In addition, students will be able to cite specific examples.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will demonstrate an understanding of _________ (know) by _____________ (be able to do).” We can also use, “I can….” if “I will demonstrate” doesn’t work.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan6-8.1 An English Language Learner can . . . construct meaning from oral presentations and literary and informational text through grade appropriate listening, reading, and viewing.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan for Substitute TeacherI can get the gist of the excerpt from The Hunger Games and discuss it with my triad.(Under 3 ratings)
Thank You, Mr. FalkerStudents will read/listen to story and complete story map to reveal level of understanding.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
7th Grade: November 14th to 18thStudents will be able to: - Work to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of reading passage.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade: October 12-16, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade: September 14-18, 2015Students will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of literary devices.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade: September 21-25, 2015Students will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of literary devices. - Work individually to show an understanding of literary devices.(Under 3 ratings)
Jan 5 to Jan 9 2015Students can collaborate to carry out a Socratic seminar.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson plan ELA-Literacy Class- V16 Teacher- M. King, Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo read/discuss the Novel "Holes" and explore Character and Setting, and how it relates to understanding Self and Others.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanReading for sequence means identifying the order of events in a story or the steps in a process. Proficient readers have learned to make a mental list when they read so the order of events or steps becomes a part of their understanding of the reading selection.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanReading for sequence means identifying the order of events in a story or the steps in a process. Proficient readers have learned to make a mental list when they read so the order of events or steps becomes a part of their understanding of the reading selection.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading ComprehensionCOMMON CORE STATEMENTS I CAN READ ON-LEVEL TEXT WITH PURPOSE AND UNDERSTANDING I CAN REFER TO DETAILS AND EXAMPLES IN A NON-FICTION TEXT WHEN EXPLAINING WHAT THE TEXT SAYS EXPLICITLY AND DRAW INFERENCES FROM THE TEXT. I CAN DETERMINE THE MEANING OF GENERAL ACADEMIC AND DOMAIN SPECIFIC WORDS IN A TEXT RELEVANT TO SUBJECT AREA.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading ComprehensionCOMMON CORE STATEMENTS I CAN READ ON-LEVEL TEXT WITH PURPOSE AND UNDERSTANDING I CAN REFER TO DETAILS AND EXAMPLES IN A NON-FICTION TEXT WHEN EXPLAINING WHAT THE TEXT SAYS EXPLICITLY AND DRAW INFERENCES FROM THE TEXT. I CAN DETERMINE THE MEANING OF GENERAL ACADEMIC AND DOMAIN SPECIFIC WORDS IN A TEXT RELEVANT TO SUBJECT AREA.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
8th Grade: November 14th-18thStudents will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of readings.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade: October 12-16, 2015Students will be able to: - Express knowledge of vocabulary using multi-media. - Identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a collaborative setting to express opinions and review / self-assess peer work.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade: September 14-18, 2015Students will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of literary devices.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade: September 21-25, 2015Students will be able to: - Work with a partner to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work individually to identify what the author directly states or implies. - Work in a small group to creatively express an understanding of literary devices. - Work individually to show an understanding of literary devices.(Under 3 ratings)
Assessment Practice: Reading ComprehensionIdentify skills in need of review.(Under 3 ratings)
Class V16 ELA- Literacy Teacher: M. King Asst. Teachers: B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo read/discuss the Novel "Holes" and explore Literary Criticism and Analysis, Cause and Effect, Plot, Character, Setting, Determination and Perseverance, Friends and Friendship, Understanding Self and Others.(Under 3 ratings)
Language Arts 8: November 14th-18thThe objective of this lesson is for the student to show the teacher how much they have learned on the topic through the stories and activities that they participate in during class and on their own. Students will discuss the examples and encourage each other while working in large group.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe objective of this lesson is for the student to show the teacher how much they have learned on the topic through the books and activities that they participate in during class and on their own.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 1Students will understand: Subject/Verb agreement, how to determine the purpose of a reading assignment, and how to plan a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 10Students will understand:Basic Verb Tenses & Helping Verbs; Central Ideas in a reading passage; and how to critically read a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 11Students will understand:Regular & Irregular Verbs/subject-verb agreement; Non-Fiction Text Structure; and how to evaluate language & word choice in a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 12Students will understand:Compenents of a sentence & combining sentences; Non-Fiction Text Features; and how to evaluate Voice & Tone in a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 13Students will understand:Sentence Fragments & Run-on Sentences; Non-Fiction Visual Elements; and how to evaluate Unity & Cohesion in a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 14Students will understand: Modifiers & Parallel Structure; Author's purpose in Non-Fiction Texts; and how to evaluate fluidity in a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 15Students will understand: Capitalization & Possessives/Contractions; Reading Science in Non-Fiction Texts; and how to evaluate clarity in a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 16Students will understand: Homonyms, commas & other punctuation; remaining class time will be to catch up on missed assignments(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 2Students will understand: Pronoun Usage, how to determine the purpose of a reading assignment, and how to plan a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 3Students will understand: how to capitalize correctly, how to use commas correctly, how touse questioning to determine the purpose of a reading assignment, and how to determine the purpose and audience for a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 4Students will review capitalization, comma usage & spelling; how to use skimming & scanning to determine the purpose of a reading assignment, and how to read & think to get started on a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 5Students will understand: Revising & Editing--obstructions to communication with incorrect grammar & structure; how to use note-taking & summarizing to determine the purpose of a reading assignment, and how to choose an organizational structure for a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 6Students will understand: Revising & Editing--word usage; how to use a graphic organizer to determine the purpose of a reading assignment, and how to develop a thesis statement for a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 7Students will understand: Revising & Editing--spelling, capitalization & punctuation; how to understand unfamiliar words in a reading assignment, and how to develop an introduction for a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 8Students will understand: Revising & Editing--sentence structure; vocabulary for college & career; and how to develop body paragraphs for a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 9Students will understand:Noun & pronoun usage;inferences in a reading passage; and how to evaluate a writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
Hunger GamesStudents will be able to complete questions for Chapter 6 and listen to Chapter 7. They will also be able to discuss various events and details from Chapter 7(Under 3 ratings)
The Tragedy of Julius CaesarStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
Call Me Ishmael: An Introduction to Narrative VoiceStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)
My PerspectiveStudents should be able to evaluate the photo and create a voice that contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole. An example should be given.(Under 3 ratings)
StorytellingStudents should be able to evaluate how the author's narrative voice contributes to the meaning of a passage, and (by extension) how the choice of narrative voice contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole.(Under 3 ratings)

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