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Kindergarten:
Counting and Cardinality # 0-7Children will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.(Under 3 ratings)
Counting and Cardinality # 0-7Children will use objects to represent and count the quantities of 6 and 7.(Under 3 ratings)
Handwriting 10/14/13 - 10/18/13The student will be able to write the uppercase letter Y. The student will be able to write the lowercase letter Y. The student will be able to write the uppercase letter X. The student will be able to write the lowercase letter X.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planto get kids to learn to start a sentence with a capital letter. And to recognize and name a period at the end of a sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo continue intensive remedial work with both the Lower and Higher Functioning Groups of Special Needs Kindergarten students based upon IEP goals/objectives, previous lessons and performance , and identified areas of weakness requiring maximum intervention specific to each student to include letter recognition, formation, associated sounds, and proper sequential order.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanChildren will learn to manipulate and use a new form of technology. Children will practice how to write letters using HWT. Start with letter Bb and practice each 3 times. This is a prewriting activity as well as a technology awareness activity. Later in the year, the iPad will be used as a tool to test children and save their scores in a file for each child to be used for assessments and conferences.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanAfter the zoo field trip, seated in small groups in general education classroom, the students will brainstorm with their group and prewrite (select a topic (zoo topic), planning) scoring a 3 out of 3 on rubric. Seated with a partner (ELL’s with high achieving English writers) in general education classroom, the students will write an expository paragraph based on their prewriting, scoring a 3 out of 3 on rubric. After individual writing, seated in small groups based on writing level, the students will revise and edit their work with after teacher feedback with at least 90% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to identify and write the letter A in lower case and uppercase.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo continue intensive remedial work with both the Lower and Higher Functioning Groups of Special Needs Kindergarten students based upon IEP goals/objectives, previous lessons and performance , and identified areas of weakness requiring maximum intervention specific to each student to include letter recognition, formation, associated sounds, and proper sequential order.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo continue intensive remedial work with both the Lower and Higher Functioning Groups of Special Needs Kindergarten students based upon IEP goals/objectives, previous lessons and performance , and identified areas of weakness requiring maximum intervention specific to each student to include letter recognition, formation, associated sounds, and proper sequential order.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanI can write from left to right(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to write, recognize, recall, and recite the letter Gg(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planto get kids to learn to start a sentence with a capital letter. And to recognize and name a period at the end of a sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will compose an opinion piece about a book they like or dislike with a picture and a matching sentence with 100% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
MathStudents should be able to count to 100 by ones and tens. Also students should should be able to write numbers from 1 through 20.(Under 3 ratings)
Math - 10/14/13 - 10/18/13Students will be able to write numbers 0 to 5. Students will be able to count a group of objects to 5. Students will be able to order objects from 1 to 5. Students will be able to count by 1's to 100. Students will be able to count forward starting at a given number.(Under 3 ratings)
Number Names & Count SequnceStudents should be able to count to 100 by ones and tens. Also students should should be able to write numbers from 1 through 20.(Under 3 ratings)
Plant Unit (conclusion) - Describing the ResultsStudents will be able to express (verbal and writing) appropriate descriptive words to define the physical appearance of selected plants (in conclusion of our Plant Unit); students will be able to differentiate between positive and negative descriptive words; students will be able to differentiate between opposites in descriptive words to fit the scenario.(Under 3 ratings)
Writer's Workshop - 10/14/13 - 10/18/13The student will be able to write sight words correctly. Students will write one sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
WritingStudents should be able to write an opinion paragraph, that includes tittle of the book, what they rate it, recommendation, and if they liked it or not.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Grade:
12/16/13 Ist grade reading intervention Nonfiction~Reindeertswbat *label a diagram 90% *follow oral directions 1 & 2 step 90% *list facts about reindeer after listening to a story 70% *copy facts from a chart using proper letter formation 70%(Under 3 ratings)
1st grade reading intervention week 2/24/14 Writing test & Lesson 14 In the City Parktswbat identify letters 90%, identify letter sounds 90%, read below grade level text 60%, read below grade level vocabulary 60% ,use decoding skills to read and make words 70%, use comprehension answer who what when where why how 70% identify features of a setting 60%(Under 3 ratings)
1st grade reading intervention week 5/5/14 State writing testtswbat identify letters 90%, identify letter sounds 90%, read below grade level text 70%, read below grade level vocabulary 60% ,use decoding skills to read and make words 70%, use comprehension answer who what when where why how 70% identify features of a characters 60%(Under 3 ratings)
A Boy, A Dog and A Frog (by: Mercer MayerA student should be able to write complete sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation and sounding out words they don't know. Students should be able to write a beginning, middle and end of a story.(Under 3 ratings)
A Boy, A Dog and A Frog (by: Mercer MayerA student should be able to write complete sentences using proper capitalization and punctuation and sounding out words they don't know. Students should be able to write a beginning, middle and end of a story.(Under 3 ratings)
Arthur Writes a Story Pt. 1I can use words and pictures to help me tell about the characters, setting and plot. RL.1.7(Under 3 ratings)
Best Friend StoriesSWBAT: -Given a topic of Best Friend students will be able to write a story about the friend and add detail to their story(Under 3 ratings)
Best Friend StoriesSWBAT: -Given a topic of Best Friend students will be able to write a story about the friend and add detail to their story(Under 3 ratings)
Best Friend StoriesSWBAT: -Given a topic of Best Friend students will be able to write a story about the friend and add detail to their story and help edit their best friend stories and make corrections dealing with capitalization and ending punctuation.(Under 3 ratings)
Best Thanksgiving Food EVER!Students will choose their favorite Thanksgiving food and write an opinion piece about why it is so yummy! They will include 3 details, a topic sentence, and conclusion.(Under 3 ratings)
Choosing a TopicGiven several options, the student will choose a topic and a few books on the topic to do research from.(Under 3 ratings)
Choosing Details: An Introduction to Choosing DetailsStudents should be able to recognize details, to understand the importance of details in writing, to use details to describe an object or a person, and to write details.(Under 3 ratings)
Day 3 Knuffle BunnyStudents will be able to formulate their own opinion to write about the story. Students will be able to write a complete sentence including details from the story.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA Writing 11-4-13 & 11-5-13Students will watch explicit instruction of informative writing on the topic of Crows.(Under 3 ratings)
ELA Writing 11/6/13Students will watch teacher model writing of an opinion piece in which the story is named, state an opinion & a reason, & provide some sense of closure.(Under 3 ratings)
Identify the Parts of a ParagraphGiven a piece of text, the student will identify the topic sentence, 3 facts, and a closing sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Opinion WritingStudents will write an opinion piece. In an attempt to save a turkey, they will choose something humans should eat instead. They will support their opinion with three details and include a topic sentence and closing statement. 1st grade students will have supporting text. Second grade students will write using their own transition words and topic/closing statements.(Under 3 ratings)
Opinion Writing Lesson PlanStudents will write an opinion piece and include the following information: topic sentence stating their opinion, 3 supporting details, and a concluding sentence, restating their opinion. Students will also summarize their learning at the end of the lesson, by writing one thing they need when writing an opinion piece.(Under 3 ratings)
Opinion Writing Lesson Plans W.1.1Student should be able to write a good opinion piece, naming the topic/name of the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for opinion, and provide a closure.(Under 3 ratings)
Partner WritingStudents will work with a buddy to create an original paragraph. They can choose to write a fiction or non-fiction piece.(Under 3 ratings)
Personal NarrativeChildren will be able to: 1. Listen to a student model of a personal narrative 2. Discuss the characteristics of a personal narrative 3. Draw topic ideas for their own personal narratives 4. discuss their pictures with classmates 5. Choose a topic to write about 6. Identify their audience(Under 3 ratings)
Personal Narratives Week 5 Lesson 1: Stretching a MemoryStudents should learn that with having a big writing topic, there’s too much to say. Therefore, good writers must choose a tiny writing topic and stretch the memory.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading and Writing*Students will reread the story and write three complete sentences using correct punctuation and capitalization. *Students will recall important information and identify three things that Frog saw when he looked for signs of spring. *Students will use the EET writing strategy to describe aspects of the season of spring.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading into WritingStudents should be able to read and comprehend two shorts texts, one describing Buckingham Palace and another describing the White House. Students should be able to recognize important information in texts and use it in own texts. Students should be able to write a comparative short essay about Buckingham Palace and the White House retrieving the information from the texts provided.(Under 3 ratings)
Sequencestudent should write a sequenced story about whatever they please(Under 3 ratings)
Story Elements (Character Analysis)Students will work in small groups to identify the story elements from Thanksgiving Henry. We will discuss and begin to write an opinion piece to save a turkey and eat something else for Thanksgiving dinner.(Under 3 ratings)
Story WritingBy the end of this lesson the students should know the different parts of a story and how to write one with a beginning, middle and an end.(Under 3 ratings)
topic 4 Lesson 4-10/Tuesday11-19-13Domain: Problem Solving Objective: Draw pictures to solve addition story problems. Essential Understanding: Information in a problem can often be shown using a diagram and used to understand and solve the problem. Some problems can be solved by writing and completing a number sentence or equation.(Under 3 ratings)
Wk 12 The Lion and the Mouse (Fable)Read "The Lion and the Mouse." Understand that the setting of a story is when and where it takes place. Be able to identify the setting in stories.(Under 3 ratings)
WritingStudents will be able to put names/words in alphabetical order. Students will be able to describe various aspects of honey using the EET method. Students will be able to write facts learned about bees in complete sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
2nd Grade:
1/5 WritingStudents will write about what happened over their Winter Break. Students will add captions to illustrations they draw.(Under 3 ratings)
12/16/13 2nd grade reading intervention Nonfiction~Reindeertswbat *label a diagram 90% *follow oral directions 1 & 2 step 90% *list facts about reindeer after listening to a story 70% *copy facts from a chart using proper letter formation 70%(Under 3 ratings)
1st grade reading intervention 4/7/14 Spring writing/comprehension reviewtswbat read 1st 100 of 1st 1000 words with 75% accuracy *generate on topic information *write sentence with punctuation *write sentence with correct and phonetic spelling *write sentence witha complete thought(Under 3 ratings)
2nd grade reading intervention 2/24/14 Writing test & finish lesson 12 A Day in the Life of a Seedtswbat read fluently with 60% accuracy respond to comprehension questions with 70% accuracy will identify synonyms with 70% accuracy decode words with /ch/ th & /tch/ wh sound with 70% accuracy read 1st 100 of 1st 1000 words with 75% accuracy (Semaj & Jeremiah 2nd 100) read a diagram with 70% accuracy(Under 3 ratings)
2nd grade reading intervention 4/7/14 Spring writing/comprehension reviewtswbat read 1st 100 of 1st 1000 words with 75% accuracy (Semaj & Jeremiah 2nd 100) *generate on topic information *write sentence with punctuation *write sentence with correct and phonetic spelling *write sentence witha complete thought(Under 3 ratings)
A pipkin of pepperTo improve reading and writing comprehension skills. To expand vocabulary and use it in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
A pipkin of pepperTo improve reading and writing comprehension skills. To expand vocabulary and use it in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
A pipkin of pepperTo improve reading and writing comprehension skills. To expand vocabulary and use it in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
CAFE Workshops Homeroom ClassProvide homeroom intervention in small groups(Under 3 ratings)
CAFE Workshops Homeroom ClassProvide small group guided reading intervention(Under 3 ratings)
dpt task 2I will know the objective is met when given a graphic organizer, writing paper, electronic dictionary and word wall. The student can write a expository paragraph describing(Under 3 ratings)
Expository Writing-(How-to)Students will be able to demonstrate detailed writing in order to instruct their classmates on how to draw a house.(Under 3 ratings)
Fall Break Narrative Writing ActivityStudents will use graphic organizers to brainstorm their ideas and write a narrative about what they did over fall break. They will also draw/color pictures to show what they wrote about.(Under 3 ratings)
Farm Animal Opinion WritingStudents should be able to state their opinion of the most useful farm animal, including 3 reasons to support their opinion. They should incorporate the words "because", "and", and "also" as linking words to connect their ideas. Students should be able to include a Bold Beginning, Mighty Middle, and Excellent Ending to conclude their essay.(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Compound Words, 9-10-2014SWBAT review their own original draft and make revisions(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Proof reading and Peer review Words, 9-11-2014SWBAT: perform their own proofread, and peer review another students work(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills Proof reading and Peer review Words, 9-11-2014SWBAT: perform their own proofread, and peer review another students work(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills, Compound Words, 09-09-2014SWBAT Understand what compound words are and to recognize them(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills, Compound Words, 09-09-2014SWBAT Understand what compound words are and to recognize them(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills, Editing and Publishing, 9-12-2014SWBAT: perform Editing and publishing of their story(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills, Editing and Publishing, 9-12-2014SWBAT: perform Editing and publishing of their story(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Reading and Writing Skills, Editing and Publishing, 9-12-2014SWBAT: perform Editing and publishing of their story(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Writing Skills Character Sketch, 09-08-2014SWBAT: write details in a character description(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 ELA Writing Skills Character Sketch, 09-08-2014SWBAT: write details in a character description(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Math, Addition, 09-08-2014Write a Number Sentence to Solve a Problem(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 2 Math, Addition, 09-08-2014Write a Number Sentence to Solve a Problem(Under 3 ratings)
Intra-Personal Geography Journal LessonStudents should be able to understand geography and how different climates in the world affect the population. Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of weather and climate changes in a journal or essay format. Students will also draw a picture of their climate to support their understanding. Students will understand how to introduce a topic and use facts as evidence to support their topic. They will use the internet to research different geographic regions and they will demonstrate technology skills in using databases. Students will participate in a group setting in explaining why they chose that region and how it differs from the region they currently live in. This activity will incorporate technology, research skills, writing, and group discussion skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Intra-Personal Geography Journal LessonStudents should be able to understand geography and how different climates in the world affect the population. Students will be able to demonstrate their understanding of weather and climate changes in a journal or essay format. Students will also draw a picture of their climate to support their understanding. Students will understand how to introduce a topic and use facts as evidence to support their topic. They will use the internet to research different geographic regions and they will demonstrate technology skills in using databases. Students will participate in a group setting in explaining why they chose that region and how it differs from the region they currently live in. This activity will incorporate technology, research skills, writing, and group discussion skills.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanChildren will read and write number words from 0-99.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create a family scrapbook using geometrical shapes by tracing and cutting as well as write and draw about their household/ family members.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to create a family scrapbook using geometrical shapes by tracing and cutting as well as write and draw about their household/ family members.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanCO.1. Oral Expression and Listening Build on others' talk in conversations by linking their comments to the remarks of others. (CCSS: SL.2.1b) CO.2. Reading for All Purposes 2.1.b.v. Identify how word choice (sensory details, figurative language) enhances meaning in poetry CO.3. Writing and Composition 3.1.d. Write simple, descriptive poems CO.5. Prepared Graduate Competencies in Reading, Writing, and Communicating: The preschool through twelfth-grade concepts and skills that all students who complete the Colorado education system must master to ensure their success in a postsecondary and workforce setting. 2.3.d.i. Identify real-life connections between words and their use (e.g., describe foods that are spicy or juicy). (CCSS: L.2.5a) CO.2.3. Writing and Composition 2.3.2. Exploring the writing process helps to plan and draft a variety of simple informational texts. Students can: 2.3.2.e. Use relevant details when responding in writing to questions about texts.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents are to write an essay about how they can help in our school and in our community. "I can write about what I can do to help out."(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven supplies, and the 5 step writing process, the students will write an expository paragraph with 100% accuracy by the time they have finished their final draft.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanGiven supplies, and the 5 step writing process, the students will write an expository paragraph with 100% accuracy by the time they have finished their final draft.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanA student should be able to write an opinion piece on a short story they read. Student will use words like (because, and, also) to connect opinion and reason behind thinking.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan• In the prewriting portion of the writing process, students will be able to demonstrate the use of a graphic organizer . • Students will be able to produce an expository writing using the writing process. • Students will be able to recognize a compound word given a multiple choice set of words, and be able to write two sentences using one given compound word each, measureable by receiving seven out of ten answers correct. such as list, describe, report, compare, demonstrate, and analyze, should state the behaviors students will be expected to perform.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to check their writing using a checklist and set goals to improve their writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to (condition) communicate effectively (behavior) by scoring 4 out of 5 of the possible points on the wriitng rubric (criteria).(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to write a topic sentence to brainstorm and write a topic sentence that introduces the topic and engages the reader.(Under 3 ratings)
Literacy and Writing Class - Fall 2013Students will apply their knowledge of the /o/ sound spelling pattern by sorting words with different spelling patterns. Students will provide anwers to comprehension questions throughout reading the story of the week. Students will apply their knowledge of letter writing by using proper sentence structure and punctuation while writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Math Chapter 2.7 October , 2013 Nancy NolanThe students will be able to add and subtract numbers to 20 using mental math strategies, to identify odd or even numbers, and to write an equation to show even numbers from equal addends.(Under 3 ratings)
Math Chapter 2.7 October , 2013 Nancy NolanThe students will be able to add and subtract numbers to 20 using mental math strategies, to identify odd or even numbers, and to write an equation to show even numbers from equal addends.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative: Perfect Snow DayStudent should be able to identify past and present tense verbs and will demonstrate the ability to write a narrative story using grammatically correct English.(Under 3 ratings)
NYESLAT Test PreparationSWBAT use different strategies when taking the reading, writing, and listening part of the test.(Under 3 ratings)
NYESLAT Test PreparationSWBAT use different strategies when taking the reading, writing, and listening part of the test.(Under 3 ratings)
NYESLAT Test PreparationSWBAT use different strategies when taking the reading, writing, and listening part of the test.(Under 3 ratings)
OpinionsStudents should be able to discuss topic choices provided by teacher; agree with peers on topic selection; collaboratively write opinion pieces with peers; revise and edit with guidance from teacher.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading/WritingText p. Practice p. Spelling p. Grammar p.(Under 3 ratings)
Saxon Lesson 92Students will understand that adding equal groups is the concept of multiplicaion. They will be able to write number sentences to llustrate this concept.(Under 3 ratings)
The Day crayons quit second gradeStudents will use various shades of the same crayon(Under 3 ratings)
What We Know About WritersTSW determine what they already know about writers. TSW interview each other and parents to find out about writers. TSW conclude what makes a writer.(Under 3 ratings)
Winter HolidaysTo learn about different holidays and to allow students to color pictures related to the holidays they learned abut.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing lesson PlanStudents will understand how to make a “good sentence” by adding more details to it. These details are known as adjectives.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Lesson PlanSWBAT compare and contrast two characters from stories they’ve read previously(Under 3 ratings)
3rd Grade:
BiographyStudents will be able to research and write a biograpy about a notable woman in history.(Under 3 ratings)
Cursive LettersStudents should be able to write the letter ___ in cursive. Students should be able to incorporate the letter ___ in words that they already know while writing them in cursive. Student should be able to write a simple sentence using the cursive letters that they have already learned.(Under 3 ratings)
Desert Life Writing Final DraftStudents will work cooperatively to produce a final draft of their team paragraph, using corrections, editing, and revising from 1st draft. Students will also create illustrations to go with their paragraph. Students will create a video presenting their paragraph using an iPad.(Under 3 ratings)
Desert Life: Team Writing PromptStudents will work cooperatively to write a topic sentence, 3 supporting sentences, and a concluding sentence about a desert organism and its adaptations and physical characteristics that help it survive. Students will revise and edit their writing, and turn in a final draft.(Under 3 ratings)
ELAStudents will practice letter and sentence formation, as well as grammar and thought production.(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Workshop, 09-08-2014SWBAT: Understand the steps to writing for other readers(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Workshop, 09-08-2014SWBAT: Understand the steps to writing for other readers(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Work Shop, 09-10-2014SWBAT: Recognize and correct spelling and grammar in their stories(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Workshop, 09-09-2014SWBAT: Review their own writing and peers to improve grammar and structure(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Workshop, 09-11-2014SWBAT: Complete their stories and perform a readers theatre(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Workshop, 09-12-2014SWBAT: Correctly spell and capitalize the assigned words, know their definitions(Under 3 ratings)
Grade 3 ELA Reading Writing Workshop, 09-12-2014SWBAT: Correctly spell and capitalize the assigned words, know their definitions(Under 3 ratings)
Language Arts Multi Day1.Students will be able to fill out a graphic organizer, with 80% accuracy, as a plan for their writing piece. 2.Students will be able to write out a narrative story which includes at least one of the following: dialog between characters, self dialog, or event order words. 3.Students will be able to write out a final draft of their paper with an 80% accuracy in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.(Under 3 ratings)
Language Arts Multi Day1.Students will be able to fill out a graphic organizer, with 80% accuracy, as a plan for their writing piece. 2.Students will be able to write out a narrative story which includes at least one of the following: dialog between characters, self dialog, or event order words. 3.Students will be able to write out a final draft of their paper with an 80% accuracy in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.(Under 3 ratings)
Language Arts Multi Day WGU1.Students will be able to fill out a graphic organizer, with 80% accuracy, as a plan for their writing piece. 2.Students will be able to write out a narrative story which includes at least one of the following: dialog between characters, self dialog, or event order words. 3.Students will be able to write out a final draft of their paper with an 80% accuracy in grammar, punctuation, and spelling.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3 Comparing/Contrasting Andersen Tales Independent Paragraph WritingStudents will independently choose two of the Hans Christian Andersen tales that they have already heard told/read/discussed/analyzed. Using the class created matrix as well as Venn diagrams created by students who accurately compared/contrasted, students will write two paragraphs stating their opinion and defending it with evidence.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan February 13, 2017I can read on-level text with purpose and understanding. I can ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to text as the basis for the answers. I can determine the main idea of a text; recount the key details and explain how I will use text features and search tools (e.g., key words, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate information relevant to a given topic efficiently. I can compare and contrast the most important points and key details presented by two texts on the same topic. I can write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons. I can: a. Introduce the topic or text they are writing about, state an opinion, and create an organizational structure that lists reasons. b. Provide reasons that support the opinion. c. Use linking words and phrases (e.g., because, therefore, since, for example) to connect opinions and reasons. d. Provide a concluding statement or section.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will write a story about a problem they solved using the beginning, middle, and end sequence using compound "super sentences."(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn sequencing vocabulary to write the steps of a process.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanWhen given the topic, My Vacation, Students will write an expository paragraph using the writing process approach, students will be graded with a rubric criterion expectation of 3.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanWith guidance and support from adults, students will be able to use technology to produce and publish writing (using keyboarding skills) as well as to interact and collaborate with others with at least 90% accuracy.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to write an opinion piece with an introduction, state opinion and support that opinion and write a concluding statement.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will create a Narrative using correct organization and purpose which will be evaluated by a rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.3.2.B Develop the topic with facts, definitions, and details.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will be able to write a paragraph using a writing guide earning 12 out of 16 on the rubric provided.(Under 3 ratings)
Lucky Treats Creative WritingStudents will create a store design and advertisement for their newest lucky cupcake creation.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Creative Writing Day 1Students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the writing process of narrative texts. Develop a plan, make a sloppy copy, revise, edit, and write final copy of a friendly letter. On this day, students will brainstorm what event they will write about during their Christmas break.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Creative Writing Day 2Students will take their brainstorm sandwich graphic organizer and begin writing their sloppy copy of letter to Mrs. Nartker.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Creative Writing Day 3Students will learn proof reading marks and use them to edit sloppy copies.(Under 3 ratings)
Nelson Mandela Biography & Expository Writing Introduction1. Demonstrate comprehension of a short biography on Nelson Mandela, as measured by a teacher-provided short-answer questions. 2. Apply knowledge of text structures, grammar (verb tense), and chronological order in order to respond to a series of teacher-provided questions. 3. Demonstrate understanding of new vocabulary words, as measured by teacher-provided cloze sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
Observation #2Students will use the writing process to draft an informative paragraph about a librarian or organization, with a clear topic sentence and specific facts and details.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading/WritingStudents will learn farm animal vocabulary and identify characters in the story "The Very Busy Spider" by Eric Carle.(Under 3 ratings)
Sentence Patterning ChartStudents will be able to create a Sentence Patterning Chart by selecting a noun, (plural) several adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and prepositional phrases. Students will then create a variety of sentences using this SPC.(Under 3 ratings)
Tradition WritingProvide students the opportunity to demonstrate the ability to inform and describe a family tradition. This assessment piece is designed to follow instruction on descriptive writing (5 senses), and 5 w's instruction--who, what, when, where, why details in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Using senses to help make writing interestingTo get students to use adjectives in their writing assignments(Under 3 ratings)
Week 1 Anchor Mini-LessonsStudents will review components of real writing, ideas, organization, personal narratives using literature.(Under 3 ratings)
Week of 1/6/14 Main Idea and Details - Find it, Write it.SWBT identify the main idea and details of non-fiction text. SWBT use Go-Slow-Stop strategy for responding to non-fiction text in writing.(Under 3 ratings)
WritingStudents will learn how to write opinion paragraphs and sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
WritingStudents will learn how to write opinion paragraphs and sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade:
4th Grade English Week of 01-05-15I can... - Develop a story map - Create a narrative using dialogue between characters - Present my writing(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 02-17-14Students will - Be introduced to the degrees of comparison of Adjectives - Be introduced to personal pronouns and antecedents - Be introduced to writing a Tall Tale(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 02-24-14Students will - Complete Tall Tale writing assignments in class(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 03-16-15I can... - Develop a prewriting map - Compare Expository Writing with different styles of writing - Explain the writing process(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 04-13-15I can... - Formulate a Tall Tale(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 04-14-14I can... - Identify parts of a business letter - Write a business letter - Label the various grammar parts of a sentence(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 04-28-14I can... - Identify parts of a business letter - Write a business letter - Distinguish between a topic and sentence outline - Explain various rules for the parallel form in an outline - Label the various grammar parts of a sentence(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 05-12-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 05-19-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors - Present my final draft(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 08-18-14I can... - Identify different parts of speech, including: adverbs, adjectives, and article adjectives - Recognize the Four Kinds of Sentences and the End Mark Flow - Establish supporting/nonsupporting details - Recognize the steps associated with formal Writing Assignments(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 08-25-14I can... - Identify topics and paragraphs - Distinguish between supporting/non-supporting ideas and sentences - Explain different types of writing; with emphasis on expository text - Use the prewriting checklist(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 09-01-14I can... - Explain different types of writing; with emphasis on expository text - Use the prewriting checklist(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Explain subject/verb agreement rules - Establish the different between subjects and predicates, and recognize the difference between simple and complete - Identify different writing forms - Explain different points of view in writing(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 10-27-14I can... - Write a persuasive paragraph - Revise my writing to find/correct mistakes in my writing - Complete a final draft, free of common writing errors(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 10-28-13Students will review material from Chapter 5, followed by the Chapter 5 assessment on Tuesday. Students will then be introduced to the ideas of Interjections, Possessive Nouns, Clauses, Subordinate Conjunctions, Possessive Noun Adjectives throughout the week and completing Classroom Practices 28-31. At the end of the week, time permitting, students will be introduced to the concept of writing persuasive paragraphs.(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 11-03-14I can... - Revise my writing to find/correct mistakes in my writing - Complete a final draft, free of common writing errors - Classify Pattern 2 Sentences - Explain Verb Tenses - Identify Regular/Irregular Verbs - Observe Tenses of Helping Verbs(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 11-04-13Students will be able to construct a persuasive paragraph(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 12-02-13Students will - Understand and apply knowledge of object pronouns and changing tenses - Understand and complete a descriptive writing assignment(Under 3 ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 12-09-13Students will - Apply knowledge of the writing process through descriptive writing(Under 3 ratings)
Cursive LessonThe students will wright in cursive by copying, tracing, and connecting letters of the alphabet practicing cursive using whites, doing shaving cream activity, and by completing a cursive workbook demonstrating to the instructor, their ability to write cursive with consistent letter size, slant, shape, and spacing.(Under 3 ratings)
December 15-19The students will write on an assigned topic The students will write for a specific audience The students will cite evidence from sources to back up statements The students will use technology in order to publish writing The students will use standard English grammar rules when writing The students will edit when writing(Under 3 ratings)
DWP1 Part C: Social Studies meets ELAStudents will learn a sentence in Salish and build off of it to create an original fable in the styling of Salish storytelling. Students will demonstrate proficiency of Salish storytelling by having the graphic organizer 100% complete and filled in accurately, according to a checklist to accompany the graphic organizer. The Language Arts objectives will be assessed by students writing an original fable according to the rubric standards where the student meets proficient in each category.(Under 3 ratings)
Edward Tulane/Google TalkTwo students (Learning Center) will become familiar with Google Talk to generate a list and write summaries.(Under 3 ratings)
Expository CompositionStudent will be able to create and write an expository composition that gives factual information.(Under 3 ratings)
Expository CompositionStudent will be able to create and write an expository composition that gives factual information.(Under 3 ratings)
Expository NonfictionCreate Expository Nonfiction drafts(Under 3 ratings)
February 16-February 20The students can read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and make logical inferences from it The students can cite specific text evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions The students can determine central ideas or themes of a text and analyze development The students can analyze how point of view or purpose shape the content of a text(Under 3 ratings)
FridayI can show my understanding of subjects and predicates. I can make a text to self connection in my writing.(Under 3 ratings)
I Love EarthStudents will write simple sentences using propers capitilization and punctuation.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1-5 Problem Solving: Writing to ExplainStudents write mathematical explanations using words, pictures, numbers, symbols, and representations. They display, explain, and justify mathematical ideas and arguments using precise mathematical language, according to TEKS 4.1G. Learners identify patterns in shapes and write how to get the sum. They solve word problems by explaining number sequences, ordering, comparing, and rounding numbers. Explanations are correct, simple, complete, and easy to understand.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1-8 Fractions & DecimalsIn this lesson, student will understand the connection between decimals and fractions is essential to the study of the decimal number system.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson E, Ventures Book 3 WritingDiscuss and write about personality types and jobs. Practice using descriptive adjectives.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planproduce readable material using the writing process(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will ideate and write a short piece on their dreams and wishes for 2014(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will create a piece about finding a leprechaun on St. Patrick's Day. Students will follow the five-steps of the writing process to create their writing piece. Students will type final copy of creative writing piece(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe purpose of this lesson is for students to learn how to and practice comparing and contrasting characters in a story.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanLesson Objective(s): Students will participate in a fifteen day lesson plan that will consist of students learning/mastering the skills of expository writing, using text structure and parts of the 6+1 Traits writing model. Upon completion of day one through day fifteen studies of Text Structure and 6+1 Traits students will demonstrate their understanding of these skills. (Masoueh, A., Faramarz, A. M. & Arshad, A. S. 2016) Upon completion of lesson:   i. Students will apply comprehension strategies to expository texts using Text Structure to produce a clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. ii. Students will formulate multiple paragraph pieces that focus on a specific purpose or audience iii. Students will distinguish the difference in sequential order, fact and opinion, cause and effect, author’s purpose, inferences, and comparing and contrasting using these strategies to produce clear and coherent writing Students will write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of content. Students will produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. Students will use technology, the internet, collaboration with others, and graphic organizers to help organize, edit and clarify text. Students will demonstrate developed and strengthened writing by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach. Students will brainstorm and write a central idea that will explain the importance of expository writing. (MDE 2014) and (crosswalk-between-6+1-traits-and-ccss-writing-and-language-standards). Assessment: Students will demonstrate their understanding of expository text structure (comparison/contrast, cause/effect, sequence of events, problem/ solution, and description/list) They will read an article and find the correct expository text structure used. They will complete the appropriate graphic organizer for the text structure. Students will demonstrate understanding of 6+1 Traits by writing an Expository Essay, on article used for Text Structure, using 6+1 traits learned during instruction. Teacher will know students have mastered the skills taught by grading according to the rubric provided below.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to use a variety of prewriting strategies(Under 3 ratings)
Lessons 4-7 Draw a strip diagram and write an equationStudents will communicate mathematical ideas, reasoning, and their implications using multiple representations, including symbols, diagrams, graphs, and language as appropriate.(Under 3 ratings)
Monday 13/10/2014Ss should be able to: - read the text fluently. - answer wh questions about the text. - read questions correctly -write the answers to the quest. on the activity cp.bk -write a paragraph about their first day at school(Under 3 ratings)
MY NEW LESSONSTUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO : write and share out answers question- after reading text What three things did you learn about in the story Lewis and Clark and Me. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: speak loudly and effectively using proper reading skills paying attention to use of punctuation while orally reading to classmates. STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO : use vocabulary words and create quality sentences using proper grammar an punctuation.(Under 3 ratings)
My Test LessonStudents should be able to effectively convey themes which they have created through their writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Mystery Unit: Lesson 2To analyze a crime scene to remember as much as possible Making up silly crimes to silly nursery rhymes to work on their mystery story writing(Under 3 ratings)
Problem Solving: Writing to ExplainStudents will write to explain whether an answer is correct or not.(Under 3 ratings)
Puppet Theater - Lesson 4 Theater ScriptStudents script a trickster tale for puppet theater.(Under 3 ratings)
Reading and Writing Assessment1- to collect data about the mastery level of the objectives covered last year. 2- to refresh students memory with smooth and fun activities.(Under 3 ratings)
READING STREET LEWIS AND CLARK AND MEDAY 1.a. Students will be able to discuss what opportunities can be found in other places from prior knowledge and new knowledge from class discussion .b. STUDENTS will be able to listen to the definitions the new Amazing Words of the week and then put them into sentences.(Under 3 ratings)
Report Writing Medieval TimesStudents will write a report on houses/life in a village/clothing/food in medieval times. Students will demonstrate the ability to compare and contrast between their current lives to the life in medieval times. Students will create a poster to display this report.(Under 3 ratings)
SCHOOLStudents will write opinion pieces about their experiences at school(Under 3 ratings)
Sentences: Foundation of All WritingStudents will be able to recognize the difference between a complete and an incomplete sentence. Students will be able to identify the subject and the predicate in a sentence in addition to being able to recognize verb phrases, compound subjects, and compound verbs. Students will be able to identify fragments and learn to avoid them. Students will be able to recognize the four main types of sentences. Core Skill: Apply knowledge of language. Reading Skill: Compare & Contrast(Under 3 ratings)
TuesdayI can correct fragments by adding subjects and predicates. I can write from the point of view of a character.(Under 3 ratings)
Wednesday 15,10,2014Ss should be able to: -read the questions -answer the questions correctly -write a few sentences about the pictures on page 4(Under 3 ratings)
What's Your Big Idea Entrepreneurship Contests/w write expository texts to communicate ideas and information to specific audiences for specific purposes. 4.18(Under 3 ratings)
Writing 3/28 - 4/1Students will practice writing a multiple paragraph timed response to a writing prompt. Students will be able to accurately spell words with the in, out, up, down prefixes. Students will be able to self-edit writing prompt and type from a written rough draft.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing an Introductory Paragraph, Brainstorming Ideas, Independent Reading, & Collaboration WorkTSW be able to complete a introductory paragraph including all the 4 key elements; hook, topic sentence, 3 big ideas, and a wrapup. TSW be able to add a least 8 supporting details for one of their 3 big ideas.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing ProcessStudents will go through the writing process.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade:
-Introduction to Persuasive Writing- "Should people recycle?"To introduce persuasive writing to students.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 01-05-15I can... - Develop a story map - Create a narrative using dialogue between characters - Present my writing(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 03-16-15I can... - Develop a prewriting map - Take a position and develop a persuasive-style writing - Explain the writing process(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 05-12-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 05-19-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors - Present my final draft(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 08-25-14I can... - Identify different types of writing, with emphasis on Expository - Recognize the 3 pt. format with regard to expository writing - Complete a prewriting map, sentence outline, and rough draft on a predetermined topic(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 09-01-14I can... - Explain different types of writing; with emphasis on expository text - Use the prewriting checklist(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Explain subject/verb agreement rules - Establish the different between subjects and predicates, and recognize the difference between simple and complete - Identify different writing forms - Explain different points of view in writing(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 10-20-14I can... - Identify Interjections - Explain Possessive Nouns - Establish clauses and subordinate conjunctions in my writing - Identify Complex Sentences - Write a persuasive paragraph(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 10-27-14I can... - Write a persuasive paragraph - Revise my writing to find/correct mistakes in my writing - Complete a final draft, free of common writing errors(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 10-28-13Students are finishing up their Narrative writing projects and will be presenting throughout the week. The Four Kinds of Sentences and the End Mark Flow, Complete Subject/Predicate will be introduced toward the end of the week, with Spelling/Punctuation/Capitalization rules consistently emphasized throughout.(Under 3 ratings)
5th Grade/ Write an Introductory Paragraph, Brainstorm Ideas, Independent Reading, Collaboration WorkTSW write an Introductory Paragraph, add supporting details to at least one of their 3 big ideas, and read independently for 20 minutes. TSW also add another vocabulary word to their knowledge/schema.(Under 3 ratings)
April 13- April 17Production and distribution of writing(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)
CursiveThe students will wright in cursive by copying, tracing, and connecting letters of the alphabet practicing cursive using whites, doing shaving cream activity, and by completing a cursive workbook demonstrating to the instructor, their ability to write cursive with consistent letter size, slant, shape, and spacing.(Under 3 ratings)
CursiveThe students will wright in cursive by copying, tracing, and connecting letters of the alphabet practicing cursive using whites, doing shaving cream activity, and by completing a cursive workbook demonstrating to the instructor, their ability to write cursive with consistent letter size, slant, shape, and spacing.(Under 3 ratings)
Day 2The student will - Discuss previously assigned reading - Write a short poem using free verse(Under 3 ratings)
December 1-5The students can add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators, including mixed numbers The students can replace given fractions with equivalent fractions The students can solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions(Under 3 ratings)
EdTPA 1- Elements of a LegendStudents will be able to identify elements of a legend, including summarizing plot, identifying theme, and analyzing how characters respond to challenge by reading about egends, discussing the elements in class, and completing a worksheet with a minimum of 80% accuracy(Under 3 ratings)
edTPA 3- Writing a LegendStudents will use graphic organizers to pre-write and begin a rough draft of composing their own legends(Under 3 ratings)
edTPA 4-Composing a legendStudents will write an original legend according to rubric standards(Under 3 ratings)
February 16-February 20The students can analyze how visual elements contribute to the meaning of a text The students can compare and contrast stories in the same genre The students can know and apply grade level word analysis when decoding words The students can read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to support comprehension(Under 3 ratings)
Informational TextsStudents will be able to read two informational passages with 80% accuracy. Students will be able to write a topic sentence on the informational text they read with support from the teacher.(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to opinion writingWrite a strong opinion statement for the outline of an opinion persuasive paper.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo form a letter to someone about your favorite place including why that person should like or visit that place. To create a picture with details that describes a person, place, or thing. You should write descriptions when you want to let readers now how something looks, feels, sounds, tastes, or smells.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo form a letter to someone about your favorite place including why that person should like or visit that place. To create a picture with details that describes a person, place, or thing. You should write descriptions when you want to let readers now how something looks, feels, sounds, tastes, or smells.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to create an introduction paragraph for a standard five paragraph essay.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will have completed the steps to writing a legend: brainstorming, pre-writing, writing a rough draft, editing and revising, and submitting a final draft of a legend.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo have the student demonstrate the ability to apply what they have learned about persuasive writing by creating a brochure. We, as a class, will discuss the various items a brochure should have. Later, in groups, they will be given data in the form of handouts in which they will be required to extract the data and create a brochure.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo write an expository paragraph(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanNumber and Operations in Base Ten Understand the Place Value System Math.5.NBT.1Recognize that in a multi-digit number, a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as it represents in the place to its right and 1/10 of what it represents in the place to its left. Math.5.NBT.2Explain patterns in the number of zeros of the product when multiplying a number by powers of 10, and explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when a decimal is multiplied or divided by a power of 10. Use whole-number exponents to denote powers of 10. Math.5.NBT.3Read, write, and compare decimals to thousandths. Math.5.NBT.3.aRead and write decimals to thousandths using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form, e.g., 347.392 = 3 × 100 + 4 × 10 + 7 × 1 + 3 × (1/10) + 9 × (1/100) + 2 × (1/1000). Math.5.NBT.3.bCompare two decimals to thousandths based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons. Math.5.NBT.4Use place value understanding to round decimals to any place. Perform Operations with Multi-Digit Whole Numbers and with Decimals to Hundredths Math.5.NBT.5Fluently multiply multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm. Math.5.NBT.6Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models. Math.5.NBT.7Add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction; relate the strategy to a written method and explain the reasoning used.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanPre-assessment: Opinion Writing(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to identify the theme of a passage(Under 3 ratings)
medallion intro 1st ChapterStudents will read on level text with understanding by reading chapter one of the text, responding to comprehension questions accurately in a whole group setting and then responding to a critical thinking oriented reading prompt individually in reading response journals.(Under 3 ratings)
Pendleton Reading Week of 10/07/13Students will demonstrate attributes of the main Idea through writing. Students will determine the main idea and shades of meaning words through shared reading, riverdeep, homework, and independent reading. Students will review the 5 regions of the US and their physical features.(Under 3 ratings)
Pendleton Reading Week of 10/14/13Goal 3. When reading fiction, it helps for the reader to rely on his or her knowledge of how this kind of text tends to go. Teaching Points: D-Readers add to or change their theories as they read on.(Under 3 ratings)
Pendleton Reading Week of 10/14/13Goal 3. When reading fiction, it helps for the reader to rely on his or her knowledge of how this kind of text tends to go. Teaching Points: D-Readers add to or change their theories as they read on.(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing Day Five (Day Three Continued)Students will Work in cooperative groups to brainstorm ideas and organize them into a cohesive argument to be presented to the class Gain knowledge of the different strategies that are used in effective persuasive writing Use a graphic organizer to help them begin organizing their ideas into written form Apply what they have learned to write a persuasive piece that expresses their stance and reasoning in a clear, logical sequence Develop oral presentation skills by presenting their persuasive writing pieces to the class Analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing Day Four (Day Three Continued)Students will Work in cooperative groups to brainstorm ideas and organize them into a cohesive argument to be presented to the class Gain knowledge of the different strategies that are used in effective persuasive writing Use a graphic organizer to help them begin organizing their ideas into written form Apply what they have learned to write a persuasive piece that expresses their stance and reasoning in a clear, logical sequence Develop oral presentation skills by presenting their persuasive writing pieces to the class Analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing Day OneStudents will Work in cooperative groups to brainstorm ideas and organize them into a cohesive argument to be presented to the class Gain knowledge of the different strategies that are used in effective persuasive writing Use a graphic organizer to help them begin organizing their ideas into written form Apply what they have learned to write a persuasive piece that expresses their stance and reasoning in a clear, logical sequence Develop oral presentation skills by presenting their persuasive writing pieces to the class Analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing Day ThreeStudents will Work in cooperative groups to brainstorm ideas and organize them into a cohesive argument to be presented to the class Gain knowledge of the different strategies that are used in effective persuasive writing Use a graphic organizer to help them begin organizing their ideas into written form Apply what they have learned to write a persuasive piece that expresses their stance and reasoning in a clear, logical sequence Develop oral presentation skills by presenting their persuasive writing pieces to the class Analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing Day TwoStudents will Work in cooperative groups to brainstorm ideas and organize them into a cohesive argument to be presented to the class Gain knowledge of the different strategies that are used in effective persuasive writing Use a graphic organizer to help them begin organizing their ideas into written form Apply what they have learned to write a persuasive piece that expresses their stance and reasoning in a clear, logical sequence Develop oral presentation skills by presenting their persuasive writing pieces to the class Analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques(Under 3 ratings)
Reading Week of 12-02-13Students will - Understand the involvement of various historical figures involved in the writing of the Constitution - Understand what the First Continental Congress was - The purpose of writing historical documents - Understand proper capitalization rules(Under 3 ratings)
Reading/Writing Content WorkshopStudents will anaylze the colonial effect on the Americas and draw connections between the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies. Students will discuss Ben Franklin qoute, "Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach for out."(Under 3 ratings)
Reading/Writing Content WorkshopStudents will anaylze the colonial effect on the Americas and draw connections between the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies. Students will discuss Ben Franklin qoute, "Do not fear mistakes. You will know failure. Continue to reach for out."(Under 3 ratings)
Review practice and recipe round up!Students will apply what they have learned about fractions with unlike denominators, conversions of measurement, solving equations, etc by converting a recipe in preparation for a test. Students will need to write an equation ,using known algorithms, to convert the recipes with 100% accuracy before actually making a recipe.(Under 3 ratings)
Section 4 Reading Writing WorkshopReading page 45 to 67 and discuss and write about town life and the function of the Great Hall(Under 3 ratings)
W: Ready Gen Unit 3 Module B Lesson 1Analyze how a writer introduces and develops a topic using an observation. Research a topic. Write and introduction that develops the topic.(Under 3 ratings)
WritingThe students will write an informational report including at least 5-7 facts about a Famous American and present it in an interesting written report.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Lesson - 5 Step Writing Process DraftingScholars will be able to link up prewriting skills and strategies to begin creating their 1st draft. Students will be able to refer to their graphic organizers to help them design their papers.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Lesson - 5 step writing process Pre - writing planning and strategiesScholars will be able to effectively use pre-writing strategies, and use a bubble map graphic organizer to begin to develop areas of focus for their writing. Students will be able to compare and contrast their topic using a Venn Diagram as well.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing the introduction and conclusionAt the end of the lesson, students will be able to write an introduction that would properly introduce their papers. The students should be able to write their letter with all the elements talked about in the past three lessons completely.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Week B March 10th Descriptive Communication: Letter WritingTo form a letter to someone about your favorite place including why that person should like or visit that place. To create a picture with details that describes a person, place, or thing. You should write descriptions when you want to let readers now how something looks, feels, sounds, tastes, or smells.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade:
"Should All Americans Have the Right (Be Entitled to Health Care?"Students should be able to recall that the purpose of an argument is to persuade readers to agree with the writer's position. Students will construct an argumentative extended response to the article.(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-10-14Students will: - Review indirect objects/narrative writing - Review for Exam (Wednesday)(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-16-15I can... - Develop a prewriting map - Compare Reflective Narrative Writing with different styles of writing - Explain the writing process(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-24-14I can... - Compare and contrast fiction/nonfiction writing - Successfully navigate a card catalog - Write a book review(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-31-14I can... - Write a book review - Identify the parts of speech - Diagram the grammatical elements of a sentence - Edit a piece of writing for spelling and grammatical errors(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 05-12-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 05-19-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors - Present my final draft(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 08-25-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Know how to distinguish between adverbs and prepositions - Recognize and utilize the noun job chart - Understand the Subject Verb Agreement rules - Use the Homonym Chart - Establish different writing forms - Explain different points of view in writing - Craft and prewriting map and sentence outline(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 09-01-14I can... - Explain different types of writing; with emphasis on expository text - Use the prewriting checklist(Under 3 ratings)
6th Grade: Nov. 30, 2015 - Dec. 4, 2015Students will be able to: - Identify the author's purpose. - Analyze figurative language. - Understand the stages of plot. - Understand point of view. - Infer what the author directly states or implies. - Identify the different parts of a letter. - Understand the differences between a friendly letter and a business letter.(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 14.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 34.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 44.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
8/21/15 Period 54.1.4 Produce clear and coherent writing to: • compare and contrast past and present viewpoints on a given historical topic 4.1.6 Define and distinguish between primary and secondary sources 4.1.7 Summarize primary resources and explain their historical importance(Under 3 ratings)
AMELIA EARHART ARGUMENTATIVE PAPERI CAN USE THE SKILLS I HAVE LEARNED TO WRITE AND EFFECTIVE ARGUMENT.(Under 3 ratings)
Amos Fortune (Cont.) 10/6 - 10/10I will understand how another person's life experiences can connect to my own I will use the "Six Traits of Writing" to better understand the writing process(Under 3 ratings)
August 29-September 2, 2-16I CAN WRITE INFORMATIVE TEXTS to examine a topic and convey ideas, concepts, and information through the selection, organization, and analysis of relevant content. I CAN Cite textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.(Under 3 ratings)
How to Write a Business PlanThis course explains the importance of business planning, defines and describes the components of a business plan, and provides access to sample plans and resources that can help you develop a very good business plan.(Under 3 ratings)
If I were a Greek God or GoddessSWBAT write narratives about Greek Gods and Goddesses. SWBAT use factual information when writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Persuasive WritingSWBAT choose a side of an argument. SWBAT complete comprehension questions using supporting evidence from a non-fiction text.(Under 3 ratings)
January 5-9, 2015 (Writing Argument paper)I can write and edit my work with the help of a rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 22 Saxon MathBy the end of this lesson students will be able to divide and write the remainder., understand that the inverse operation of division is multiplication.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 3 - Creative Writing Rebus (1 Day)Students will apply previous knowledge of Medieval times and creativity to create a rebus.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan ELA- writing- Who I Am Teacher - M. King Asst. Teacher- B. Arteaga, R. FernandezTo use writing skills to develop a biography, building on sentence structure and Grammar.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to: (I)write and evaluate numerical expressions involving whole number exponents, (ii) Write, read and evaluate expressions in which letters stand for numbers(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will know how to use proper punctuation with dialogue in their writing. They will also know how to use conjunctions in compound sentences properly.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanAfter reviewing the process approach to writing and explaining expository writing, students will use this process to compose their own expository paragraph using four tier rubric as scoring guide. Students will be expected to score at least 12/28 on the rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanPreparing for Writing The ability to identify simple, compound, and complex sentences. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking. Use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Produce simple, compound, and complex sentences. Produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons. Explain the function of conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections in general and their function in particular sentences. Produce, expand, and rearrange complete simple and compound sentences (Sentence Combining)(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will synthesize multiple online multi-media sources of information into a written report regarding the tree's life span and how it is used as a resource in the world.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn how to use the process approach to writing in order to write an expository paragraph with 80% used appropriately.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn how to use the process approach to writing in order to write an expository paragraph with 80% used appropriately.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan - ELA/Art - Self-Esteem Class V16 Teacher: M.King- Asst. Teachers: B. Arteaga, R. Fernandez1. Students will use an appropriate way to share facts about themselves. 2. Students will become aware of the uniqueness of themselves and of others. 3. Students will describe orally to a group of peers who they are. 4. Students will find pictures or phrases to symbolize concepts of their personalities.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans April 14th-25thThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Understand & write argument writing 5. Understand & site textual evidence to prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment 6. Use citations correctly in writing(highly credible sources)(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans April 28th-May 2ndThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Understand & write argument writing 5. Understand & site textual evidence to prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment 6. Use citations correctly in writing(highly credible sources)(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans March 17th-21stThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Type essays in computer lab (5 paragraph essay topic for portfolio-Wednesday Computer Lab) 5. Understand & site textual evidence & prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans March 31st-April 4thThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Type essays in computer lab (5 paragraph essay topic for portfolio-Wednesday Computer Lab) 5. Understand & site textual evidence & prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment 6. Benchmark Prep- Reading Released Items for practice(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans March 3rd-7thThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Type essays in computer lab (5 paragraph essay topic for portfolio-Wednesday Computer Lab) 5. Understand & site textual evidence & prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans May 12th-23rdThe learner will: 1. Understand the purpose of nouns, articles, adjectives, pronouns, prepositions, and prepositional phrases in their writing and in grammar study. 2. Complete a Grammar Test over all of these parts of grammar weekly. 3. Write responses daily for class discussions. 4. Understand & write argument writing 5. Understand & site textual evidence to prepare this for Writing Performance Task Assessment 6. Use citations correctly in writing(highly credible sources) 7. Research end of year project (a person, animal, band, singer,ect...) 8. Make booklet for end of year project(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans 10-24 to 10-28Students will be able to understand what they can learn from personal struggle. Students will be able to choose interesting words when they write. Students will be able to identify the Direct Object in a sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans 10-31 to 11-4Students will be able to use and punctuate dialogue correctly in their writing. Also they will be able to use synonyms for commonly used adjectives in their writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans 11-14 to 11-18Students will be able to write creatively and descriptively about the upcoming Thanksgiving season. Students will review and use contractions in the proper way.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans 8-29-16I will be able to write a paragraph about me that include 10 details about who I am and what makes me ME! This paragraph will include a topic sentence and a concluding sentence.(Under 3 ratings)
Letter from PercySWBAT identify the parts of a friendly letter. SWBAT use correct formatting when writing a friendly letter. SWBAT use evidence from a text when writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative WritingStudents will write a Halloween Narrative including all six narrative techniques. (Dialogue, Setting, Emotions, Sequence, Fictional, and Characters)(Under 3 ratings)
October 13-17* I can connect my life with that of someone from long ago.(Under 3 ratings)
OCTOBER 19-23 AMOS FORTUNE NARRATIVE WRITING* I CAN USE NARRATIVE ELEMENTS AND TECHNIQUES TO WRITE AN EFFECTIVE NARRATIVE STORY.(Under 3 ratings)
October 20-24, 2014*Teach students an effective way to write a narrative *Continue to read Amos Fortune and discuss how the life of a man from long ago can inspire us today(Under 3 ratings)
OCTOBER 26-30 HALLOWEEN NARRATIVE* I CAN USE A RUBRIC TO WRITE AN EFFECTIVE HALLOWEEN NARRATIVE(Under 3 ratings)
October 27-31, 2014* I can use the skills taught to me to create interesting writing(Under 3 ratings)
Plan and Pre-WriteTSW be able to plan and pre-write their reflective narrative, using organized visuals including possible topics and details for their stories.(Under 3 ratings)
Prina 6th Grade LA Jan 21 thru Jan 24 2014I can use standard English grammar and figurative language such as simile and metaphor. Anchor Standards are found on the board. Common Core Standards should not be taught in a piecemeal fashion; rather, students should apply the anchor standard in everyday use as much as possible.(Under 3 ratings)
September--Year CSWBAT define the depth and complexity symbols and use them.(Under 3 ratings)
September--Year CSWBAT define the depth and complexity symbols and use them.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - August 31 to Sep 3 2015Students undertake various tasks to determine their level for Spanish improvement.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - August 31 to Sep 4 2015Students undertake various tasks to determine their level for Spanish improvement.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Nov 30 to Dec 4 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Nov 6 to 20; 23-25 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Oct 12 to Oct 16 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Oct 19 to Oct 23 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Oct 4 to Oct 6 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 14 to Sep 18 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 21 to Sep 25 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 28 to Oct 2 2015Students use technology and project based learning in groups and individually to learn/augment Spanish.(Under 3 ratings)
Spanish Language Arts Dual Language - Sep 8 to Sep 11 2015Students undertake various tasks to determine their level for Spanish improvement.(Under 3 ratings)
Travel WritingsTSW write a paper on a prompt that is a picture from San Fransico. They will be responsible for writing a narrative story about a trip.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing PoemsTSW write a narrative/ lyric poem that is an original composition. Then they will label poet elements in their poem.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade:
"Thank You M'am"/ Library VisitLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: (day 1) library procedures/ (2)what "courage" means/(3)differences between media version of a story & the author's KNOW:(1)where to find books in the non-fiction section/(2)how to find evidence in text/ (3)how to watch closely for differences & record DO: (1) follow librarian & T. directions/(2)discuss & record examples of courage/(3)watch video/compare & contrast; record on tree map(Under 3 ratings)
"Zebra" quick writeLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: different perspectives possible in a story KNOW: interprete the emotional reaction of Mr. Wilson upon being given the drawing DO: write a narrative from Mr. Wilson's point of view(Under 3 ratings)
"Zebra" quick writeLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: different perspectives possible in a story KNOW: interprete the emotional reaction of Mr. Wilson upon being given the drawing DO: write a narrative from Mr. Wilson's point of view(Under 3 ratings)
6th/7th Grade Chapter BooksStudents will comprehend leveled reading by summarizing and writing one summary paragraph per chapter plus 6 sentences. Two Sentences per topic 1,2,3 1. want to know 2. what I learned 3. Future Predictions(Under 3 ratings)
6th/7th Grade SQ4R TrainingThe objective will be for students to understand best practices for study strategies that engage the reader during each phase of the reading process.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade ELA Week 1To develop the first level of test-taking mastery using the FSRFC method To encourage the use of new vocabulary gained in the last week To support students in developing their skill at definition through context(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 03-16-15I can... - Develop a prewriting map - Compare Expository Writing with different styles of writing - Explain the writing process(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 05-12-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph essay - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 08-11-14I can... - Apply knowledge of the writing process - Write a multi-paragraph cover letter - Edit a peer's essay using red ink and applying various grammar/spelling rules - Provide constructive feedback - Complete a final draft, free of spelling and grammar errors(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 09-01-14I can... - Explain different types of writing; with emphasis on expository text - Use the prewriting checklist(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 09-22-14I can... - Explain different writing forms - Develop a 3 paragraph expository essay(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 10-28-13Students will work through Chapter 5, identifying publishing as one of the key parts of the writing process, and re-establishing the importance of outlining a written article. Additionally, students will discuss different writing forms, as well as changing plural categories to singular points.(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 11-04-13Students will complete a 5-paragraph expository essay following a predefined prompt(Under 3 ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 12-08-14I can... - Explain Direct Object Verb-Transitive Pattern 2 sentences - Demonstrate knowledge of various verb tenses - Recognize Transitive and Intransitive Verbs - Observe Verb Conjugations - Complete a narrative-style writing(Under 3 ratings)
Ancient Egypt Informative WritingELA.6-8.WHST.7 Conduct short research projects to answer a question (including a self-generated question), drawing on several sources and generating additional related, focused questions that allow for multiple avenues of exploration. ELA.6-8.WHST.8 Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, using search terms effectively; assess the credibility and accuracy of each source; and quote or paraphrase the data and conclusions of others while avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation. ELA.6-8.WHST.9 Draw evidence from informational texts to support analysis reflection, and research(Under 3 ratings)
Better Sentences, Better WritingStudents' "I CAN" statements for the lesson: I CAN locate the subject of a sentence. I CAN locate the verb of a sentence. I CAN use and locate adjectives in a sentence. I CAN write better and more interesting sentences using adjectives.(Under 3 ratings)
Book 2 Movie-The Lion, the Witch, and the WardrobeStudents will now, after completing the novel, view the movie and find differences and similarities between the two.(Under 3 ratings)
English 4/11 to 4/15Increase awareness of different punctuation marks;/reintroduce narrative writing(Under 3 ratings)
English 5/9 to 5/13In crease vocabulary; writing process for narrative writing(Under 3 ratings)
Essay Writing wrap upLEARNING TARGET: UNDERSTAND: complete essay independently KNOW: my lead, T.A.G., thesis statement, conclusion, ideas for body paragraphs, & conclusion DO: revise, edit for grammar, spelling, sentence structure submit all notes with completed essay(Under 3 ratings)
Expository Writing Week 1Students will write an informative/expository text on the topic of injustice.(Under 3 ratings)
Expository Writing Week 2Students will write an expository text that examines the topic of injustice.(Under 3 ratings)
Expository/Informative Writing 7th Grade WritingUpon completion of the lesson set students will be able to utilize the writing process to research, write, and design a newspaper front page which will include a title, main story with picture and captions, as well as other features such as ads, weather reports, sports, movie reviews and/or an idea of their choice.(Under 3 ratings)
Expository/Informative Writing 7th Grade WritingUpon completion of the lesson set students will be able to utilize the writing process to research, write, and design a newspaper front page which will include a title, main story with picture and captions, as well as other features such as ads, weather reports, sports, movie reviews and/or an idea of their choice.(Under 3 ratings)
Feature StoriesStudents should be able to identify the characteristics of a feature story, including organization. Students should be able to plan and write a feature story about a person using elements of narratve and informational writing. Students should be able to use questions and feedback from peers to revise their writing. Students should edit their writing using standard English grammer.(Under 3 ratings)
February 1-5, 2016Essential Questions: How do characters (real or fictional) who demonstrate perseverance make an impact on society? What do you know about, and what can you learn from people who have persevered to obtain a goal. Objectives: I can define perseverance and argumentative structure (claim, counterclaim, and rebuttal). I can compare and contrast people who demonstrated perseverance. I can research person who persevered in spite of significant challenges using diverse and credible sources (W.7.7). I can write an argumentative essay that demonstrates how and individual’s perseverance helps him or her to overcome challenges (W.7.1 a-e and W.7.4).(Under 3 ratings)
February 29 - March 4Learning Goal(s): 1. Students will understand that figurative language makes your writing more interesting and colorful through sensory image. 2. Students will understand that poetry conveys meaning through figurative language/imagery and structure. Success Criteria: I can identify the following types and meanings of figurative language: metaphor, simile, alliteration, personification, onomatopoeia, hyperbole, and idiom.(Under 3 ratings)
February 8 - 12Essential Questions: How do characters (real or fictional) who demonstrate perseverance make an impact on society? What do you know about, and what can you learn from people who have persevered to obtain a goal. Objectives: I can define perseverance and argumentative structure (claim, counterclaim, and rebuttal). I can compare and contrast people who demonstrated perseverance. I can write an argumentative essay that demonstrates how and individual’s perseverance helps him or her to overcome challenges (W.7.1 a-e and W.7.4). With some guidance and support from peers and adults, I can recognize how to plan,revise, edit, rewrite and try a new approach (W.7.5). I can identify and define formal style. I can establish and maintain a formal style. I can produce an argument to support claims, which establishes and maintains a formal style.(Under 3 ratings)
Friday, Jan. 231. Complete Writing Prompt: Jan. 23 2. Turn in Writing Prompts. 3. Identify adjectives and articles in the Q and A Flow. 4. Discuss and add adjectives to the parts of speech. HW: Classroom Practice 7(Under 3 ratings)
Geography 5/9 to 5/13Write a narrative as if one lives in Kyrgyzstan(Under 3 ratings)
Homonyms, Contractions, & Word AnalogiesIdentify the correct homonym. Identify the contractions in the English language. Identify word analogies.(Under 3 ratings)
How Did Farming Cause CivilizationStudent relate their understanding of how farming and domestication lead to the chain reaction that created the civilizations we will be studying.(Under 3 ratings)
Irony in WritingStudents will be able to identify irony within a body of text, define the specific type of irony that is being used within the story, and provide specific examples of the three types of irony discussed in class.(Under 3 ratings)
January 10 - 13(Under 3 ratings)
January 25 - 29- SimplifiedSee CCSS.(Under 3 ratings)
January 4 - 8 Lesson Plans- SimplifiedEssential Question: What is perseverance, and how is it developed? - Students can define perseverance. -Students can read a fictional text that demonstrates perseverance. -Students can write for a range of time, tasks, purposes, and audiences (bell ringers). -Students can explain the difference between indirect and direct characterization. -Students can find examples of indirect and direct characterization in "Three Skeleton Key."(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent should be able to respond to 2 questions based on reading using examples from that reading to support their understanding.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn the difference in makeup of the different types of writing genres(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will learn the difference in makeup of the different types of writing genres(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will be able to describe a color with other senses than sight. They will create a picture that is seen through the sense of touch.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanFor all students to understand what the six traits are and also what order that they go in.We would also like for all students to think of it in there own way like their favorit food or somithing like that in that type of way.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanFor all students to understand what the six traits are and also what order that they go in.We would also like for all students to think of it in there own way like their favorit food or somithing like that in that type of way.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to define: mythology, myth, phenomenon, supernatural and other student generated vocabulary, from the text. Students will discuss the characteristics of a myth, in detail, using key terms. Students will brainstorm possible topics for myths in small groups, and present them to the whole group, for further discussion. Students will participate in discussions of myths. Students will write their own myth.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanI can introduce claims and acknowledge opposing or alternate claims that are logically organized.  I can support claims with logical reasoning and relevant evidence.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanKey Vocabulary Topic Purpose Main Idea Thesis Statement Body Paragraphs Organization/Structure Key Words Concluding Paragraph(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan - Writing-Morning Message Class V16 Teacher- M. King Asst. Teachers- B. Arteage, R. FernandezStudents will engage in writing a morning message, narratives, and/or current events article to build content area and vocabulary through creative and informational articles.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plans for April 25 - 29, 2016Essential Question: How are people transformed through their relationships with others?(Under 3 ratings)
May 2 - 6, 2016Students will(Under 3 ratings)
Montana History 5/2 to 5/6Students revise Smith Mine writings after a peer review; introduce Native Americans in Montana(Under 3 ratings)
Mrs. Weltmann Composition & Grammar Week 11/3-11/7Students will .......(Under 3 ratings)
Mrs. Weltmann Composition & Grammar Week 11/3-11/7Students will .......(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Schnebly Grade 7 Language Arts Word PaintingSW learn and apply the basics of "word painting" in writing and revising a complex or compound sentence in response to a visual or fast write prompt.(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Andreoli- Sensory Details1. Students should be able to identify sensory details. 2. Students should be able to revise their personal narratives to include descriptive sensory details.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative WritingStudents will review and discuss the parts of a story including plot, characters, setting, conflict, events, climax, and resolution. Students will be able to understand and complete a plot diagram.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Writing Week 2Students will continue to review, understand and use the various parts of a story including tone, mood, first and third person narrator and points of view. Students will begin to read the novel A Long Way From Chicago.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Writing Week 3Students will be able to read and comprehend the meanings of several chapters from the novel A Long Way From Chicago. They will also be able to use a dictionary to find the meanings of vocabulary words. They will participate in relevant classroom discussions and be able to summarize and illustrate the material from each chapter. Students will also show their understanding of various points of view and the use of a plot summary.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Writing Week 4Students will continue to read and analyze the novel A Long Way From Chicago. They will be introduced to and use a STEAL chart to further develop a character.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Writing Week 5Students will learn about the role of static and dynamic characters. They will also practice comparing and contrasting and learn to write using that style. They will end the week by sharing with their peers what they have learned about introductions to writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Narrative Writing Week 6Students will complete a personal narrative about a relationship with somebody else and be able to express, through a personal experience, how that relationship influenced them.(Under 3 ratings)
November 28 - December 2Writing, Standard 3: Students will write a personal narrative to develop a real experience about a relationship (See menu assignment handout). Writing, Standard 4: Students will produce their final drafts in which there is a clear beginning, middle end; shows their voice; and is appropriate for the task at hand. Writing, Standard 5: Students will strengthen their writing from their own revision as well as help from a peer and adult (teacher and/or parent). Writing, Standard 3.d Students will use a thesauri to help them find precise words to capture the action and convey experiences in their personal narratives. Essential Questions- One of the following will be addressed in the students' personal narratives: What are the different traits and characteristics of a successful relationship? How is Conflict an inevitable part of relationships? How can people be transformed or changed through their relationships with others? Other Essential Questions Addressed this Week- How does word choice affect meaning? Why does finding a precise word to use matter?(Under 3 ratings)
October 17 - 21(Under 3 ratings)
October 24 - 28NEW OBJECTIVES FOR THE WEEK: -I will explain how the author develops the point of view of different characters or narratives (RL.7.6; SL.7.2). -I will define the different points of view (RL.7.6) -I will create a S.T.E.A.L chart to analyze a character (RL.7.3)(Under 3 ratings)
Prina 7th Grade LA Jan 21 thru Jan 24 2014I can use standard English grammar and academic/domain specific vocabulary in reading, listening, writing, and viewing. Anchor Standards are found on the board. Common Core Standards should not be taught in a piecemeal fashion; rather, students should utilize the anchor standard in everyday use as much as possible.(Under 3 ratings)
Share essays & complete writing portfoliosLEARNING TARGETS UNDERSTAND: how to improve my writing & work with others KNOW: all the parts of an essay DO: S. will wrap up essay sharing and complete folders for class file crate(Under 3 ratings)
Super LaughsStudents will begin their understanding of how setting and theme shape the characters and plots by creating their own superheroes and discussing why they chose certain traits and plot devices in a Superhero setting. Targets: (Emerging) I can identify character traits about Superheroes and understand that there is a connection between story elements and the mood of a story. (General) I can identify character traits about Superheroes and explain how writers use story elements to create comedy. (Proficient) I can identify character traits about Superheroes and analyze how writers can change story elements to craft a different mood or theme.(Under 3 ratings)
Synonyms, Antonyms, and Homonyms- Define synonym, antonym, and homonym. - Identify synonyms, antonyms and homonyms of particular words within the English language. - Edit a paragraph.(Under 3 ratings)
The Rules for Grammar1. Identify and define the capitalization rules of the English language. 2. Identify and define the punctuation rules of the English language. 3. Identify and define the rules for editing.(Under 3 ratings)
Thursday, Jan. 221. Complete Writing Prompt: Jan. 22 2. Identify and discuss nouns, verbs and adverbs. 3. Identify the 'Question and Answer Flow'. HW: Classroom Practice 6(Under 3 ratings)
Tone Transitions and Google TipsRead example of an essay for tone and transitions What is said and how it is said. Word choice and emotions. NO I or YOU "The evidence suggests" "However"(Under 3 ratings)
Tuesday, Jan. 20, 20151. Complete Writing Prompt: Jan. 20 2. Identify the 5 elements of a complete sentence. 3. Complete Chapter 1 Checkup 5 HW: Writing Assignment 1: Creative Expressions(Under 3 ratings)
Tuesday, March 14Students will learn how to support a claim/central idea/other answer with relevant details from a text.(Under 3 ratings)
Types of Government Informative WritingShow what you know about the major concepts of different types of governments; vocabulary, observations and conclusions.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing a mythStudents will be able to define: mythology, myth, phenomenon, supernatural and other student generated vocabulary, from the text. Students will discuss the characteristics of a myth, in detail, using key terms. Students will brainstorm possible topics for myths in small groups, and present them to the whole group, for further discussion. Students will participate in discussions of myths. Students will write their own myth.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing a NarrativeStudents will be able to: * write the final portion of their narratives. *Edit final copy *Use peer reflections to make changes *Understand meanings of new words(Under 3 ratings)
Writing to Learn JournalingThe student will be able to write an original word problem requiring a two-step equation in one variable. Student will solve a two-step equation using strategies already learned in class. Student will use a write to learn journal activity explaining his or her thought process, reflect on the process, and write a RAFT. Students will share their journal entry with a partner and discuss the contents.(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade:
1st DayStudents will be able to tell parents a bit about me and how the class will function.(Under 3 ratings)
1st Period 8th Grade Language Arts Mrs. McMastersStudents should be able to articulate in writing how they arrived at their finish product of their video entitled the "Misunderstood Crime". Students will be taken through the process of What they know, What they have learned, What they want to learn using a graphic organizer and venn diagram. Students will map out how they understand this knowledge and why this is useful and relevant to them(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Boys ELA Week 1To develop the first level of test-taking mastery using the FSRFC method To develop the use of new vocabulary gained in the last week To support students in developing their skill at definition through context(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Girls ELA Week 1To develop the first level of test-taking mastery using the FSRFC method To encourage the use of new vocabulary gained in the last week To support students in developing their skill at definition through context(Under 3 ratings)
8th Grade Lesson PlansHave students write to Anne Frank and tell her what it would be like to be in her shoes. Basically tell them how they would feel if they were in her own shoes.(Under 3 ratings)
B. Berry Lessons 4-7 to 4-11continue with Learning Targets(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans (3) 5/27-30SAME AS YESTERDAY, EXCEPT DO: read writing prompt use all notes(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry Lesson Plans 4-7 to 4-11S. will KNOW how Jose changes as the story progresses S. will UNDERSTAND the differences between the cousins and how Jose begins to see himself S. DO deconstruct prompt, record evidence chart, create FLEE MAP(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans 6/2-6/6KNOW essay rubrics UNDERSTAND what makes a proficient essay DO compare their District essays to sample & read T. notes on S. essays on "Flowers for Algernon"(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans for 5/27-5/30KNOW the importance of completing all work today UNDERSTAND that a rough draft needs editing & revising DO complete the writing task before class ends(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans(2) for 5/27-5/30KNOW the purpose of the cold write UNDERSTAND how to successfully complete each part of Day 1 DO read the letter; write notes; complete the graphic organizer(Under 3 ratings)
B.Berry lesson plans(4)5/27-30as yesterday(Under 3 ratings)
Essential Questions re: ThemeLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND: how character traits reveal the lesson/theme of literature KNOW: how both Terry & his father pushed through their limitations DO: Discuss possible themes, copy statement from overhead(Under 3 ratings)
Fact and Opinion/Ethos, Pathos, and Logos in Persuasive WritingStudents will be able to distinguish fact from opinion and employ this knowledge to improve their own writng. Students will be able to recognize the persuasive techniques of ethos, pathos, and logos so that they may use them to write a convincing persuasive essay.(Under 3 ratings)
Journal WritingStudents should be able to communicate attitudes, feelings, and emotions to provide a sense of progress in the comprehension of the lessons and assigned writings. Students will be able to explore concepts from a personal perspective.(Under 3 ratings)
Journal WritingStudents should be able to communicate attitudes, feelings, and emotions to provide a sense of progress in the comprehension of the lessons and assigned writings. Students will be able to explore concepts from a personal perspective.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to show perspective as they write letters to 1st graders as Santa(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanHave students write to Anne Frank and tell her what it would be like to be in her shoes. Basically tell them how they would feel if they were in her own shoes.(Under 3 ratings)
Movie Review Writing AssignmentLearning Targets I can: Rate the movie between 1 & 5 stars Develop a brief summary of the movie Include at least one example from the movie to justify my rating(Under 3 ratings)
My Favorite DessertSWBAT write descriptive paragraphs about photos. SWBAT use adjectives in their writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing ContinuedReview elements of the persuasive essay. Read part 7 of Book Thief.(Under 3 ratings)
Persuasive Writing ContinuedReview elements of the persuasive essay. Read part 7 of Book Thief.(Under 3 ratings)
Picture and a 1000 words and all thatStudents should be able to see how their idea of what makes a story is unique. Even though all of their stories are based off of the same picture, their own style should come through.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing a Movie ReviewLearning Targets: I can define: Genre; Cinematography: Costume Design and Set Design and Soundtrack(Under 3 ratings)
Writing a Persuasive EssayList their ideas for audience, purpose, and publishing /sharing formats List ideas for a persuasive paper Discuss ideas with peers Create a flow chart showing goal and supporting reasons Elaborate each reason with facts and examples Anticipate and answer possible objections to goals Deleting and adding facts or examples Write introduction and conclusion Write with voice(Under 3 ratings)
Writing a Persuasive EssayList their ideas for audience, purpose, and publishing /sharing formats List ideas for a persuasive paper Discuss ideas with peers Create a flow chart showing goal and supporting reasons Elaborate each reason with facts and examples Anticipate and answer possible objections to goals Deleting and adding facts or examples Write introduction and conclusion Write with voice(Under 3 ratings)
Writing the Persuasive Paper (Body)Students will draft the body of essay, following flow charts and writing with voice(Under 3 ratings)
Writing the Persuasive Paper (Body)Students will draft the body of essay, following flow charts and writing with voice(Under 3 ratings)
Writing with Vivid Word ChoicesStudents will be able to provide use vivid word choices in their writing to describe a scene.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Word Problems for Linear SystemsStudents should be able to write 4 word problems using real-life information: 2 problems can be modeled by slope-intercept equations, and 2 can be modeled by standard forms.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing/Language ArtsI can improve my ABC introduction by improving my C (claim/thesis) statement. I can write an effective argument without using emotional statements. (no 1st or 2nd person)(Under 3 ratings)
WV History Kim Turley HEMSThe purposeof this lesson is to provide background knowledge for research project on fairs and festivals in WV.(Under 3 ratings)
9th Grade:
Anticipation Questions: EmpathyStudents will respond to and discuss anticipation guide questions about empathy. Students will write their response to the anticipation questions to help them critically think about empathy.(Under 3 ratings)
Conflict AnalysisTLW: -Define External and Internal Conflict -Identify each in context -Demonstrate understanding by developing a silhouette reflecting a Character's Internal and External Traits. -Write empathically to show relation and understanding of character development.(Under 3 ratings)
Daily WritingTo utilize correct spelling, punctuation, and grammatical conventions.(Under 3 ratings)
Darnay Day 3 - Prove it! Works Cited and In-Text CitationsDuring the third Darnay Day students will be able to create an in-text citation in their research paper based on a citation from one of their sources.(Under 3 ratings)
Darnay Day 3 - Prove it! Works Cited and In-Text CitationsDuring the third Darnay Day students will be able to create an in-text citation in their research paper based on a citation from one of their sources.(Under 3 ratings)
English IThe student will independently complete a close reading of the story. The student will apply knowledge from the close reading to an independent writing assignment.(Under 3 ratings)
Format WritingIts purpose is to categorize an item, to place it along with others so the readers can do likewise. Being able to put an item with a group allows the reader to assign a whole set of parameters to it while putting in in place.(Under 3 ratings)
Introduction to Argumentative Writing1. Students will know the meaning of words related to upcoming informational text for an argumentative writing topic. 2. Students will be able to begin developing support/evidence for a claim after personal and group reflection as well as informational articles.(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)
Lakeshore Day 1Starting an good piece of writing for IEP and Final Exam(Under 3 ratings)
lesson planswbat: write functions to describe relationships and solve equations using only one variable(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Planswbat: write functions to describe relationships and solve equations using only one variable(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson Plan for Of Mice and MenStudents will recognize different types of figurative language used in writing with the main focus being on imagery.(Under 3 ratings)
Line in the Sand (Carpet)-Examine the pieces of argumentative writing without making students write an argument -Build enthusiasm for argumentative writing through verbal debates -Use accountable talk in debate format(Under 3 ratings)
mini murder mysteryWrite equations of lines when given the slope and y-intercept, slope and a point, two points, graph, and a table.identify slope of line with y-intercept.(Under 3 ratings)
To Kill A Mockingbirdstudents will be able to see the story from another point-of-view.(Under 3 ratings)
Unit Review: Everyday UseThe student will take the writing and multiple choice assessment of the unit from "Everyday Use."(Under 3 ratings)
week 2 Format WritingIts purpose is to categorize an item, to place it along with others so the readers can do likewise. Being able to put an item with a group allows the reader to assign a whole set of parameters to it while putting in in place.(Under 3 ratings)
What did you do this summer?Allow students to spread their wings and begin writing. Allows teacher to compile early timed writing samples ion a non-intimidating atmosphere.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Like the BardStudents will learn how to properly pronounce Middle English words and their meanings and be able to write a letter in Middle English.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing the First Draft Day 1SWBAT: 1. Organize an introduction paragraph featuring a thesis, key details, and a conclusion. 2. Use a graphic organizer to draft their first paragraph. 3. Use a checklist to revise their work.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing the First Draft Day 2SWBAT: 1. Organize an introduction paragraph featuring a thesis, key details, and a conclusion. 2. Use a graphic organizer to draft their first paragraph. 3. Use a checklist to revise their work.(Under 3 ratings)
10th Grade:
BCR WorkshopStudents will complete a BCR on Antony's speech.(Under 3 ratings)
Creative Writing Task: Plot TwistStudents should be able to apply structural elements to their own ficiton.(Under 3 ratings)
Harrison Bergeron Writing AssessmentThe students will be able to address an in depth topic about the story Harrison Bergeron utilizing the writing process and examples from the story to back up the thesis. Prompt: The United States has often been called the land of opportunity. This suggests that individuals are free to pursue their dreams to the best of their abilities, which may differ greatly. At the same time, our Declaration of Independence states that all people are created equal. How does Vonnegut use characterization and word choice to warn his readers of the potential drawbacks of a truly "equal" society? Support your claims with valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence from the text, including direct quotes.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 1: Reasonable Writingela.oj1- Student learns the different techniques of writing in own style with different voices. ela.oj2- students visualize the performing ways of thinking through creativity. ela.oj3- Students understand and work on habits of new voices.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson 2: MachiavelliInform students on the main ideas and themes of Machiavelli's The Prince as well as other works from him.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanTo be able to talk about what things are by reading about them.(Under 3 ratings)
Ms. Schnebly Grade 10 Language Arts Word PaintingSW learn and apply the basics of "word painting" in the revising of a free association/brainstorm sentence fragment or simple sentence into a complex or compound sentence and paragraph, when responsing to a visual or fast write prompt.(Under 3 ratings)
Tell Me About YouGiven that students have completed different narrative writing assignments, students will determine important events in their life and complete a time-line biography of their life by the end of class.(Under 3 ratings)
The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky Writing AssessmentUtilizing the writing process the students will be able to write a comprehensive essay that will assess their understanding of parallel plots in the short story "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky."(Under 3 ratings)
Writing a MemoThe students will learn functional writing. In this case, the students will learn the purpose of a memorandum and how to write one.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Skill_Advertising Of TechnologyIn this lesson, students will be able to understand about how to write short functional text of advertisement appropriately by applying five elements of advertisements, such us the name of product, expressions of persuading people, superiority of the product, price, address or contact person responsibly and creatively to do all of activities by giving some pictures that can support the advertisement. So, teacher will have many activities that support it(Under 3 ratings)
11th Grade:
2. ResumeStudents should have an understanding of the importance of a resume. Additionally, students will create a rough draft and final draft of a professional resume.(Under 3 ratings)
Author's Intention and Audience Interpretation (Short Story)REVISE THE 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY USING S.T.A.R. METHOD.(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 a new narrative voice (personal) contributes to our understanding of the work as a whole. All students will begin with "As I took the picture I thought of…" A 'Life Lesson Learned' must conclude the short response essay. (1-3 paragraphs)(Under 3 ratings)
Critiquing An Author's Written Work (Paper)Student will continue working on their individual paper. First, students will learn about the pattern of organization, order of importance.Students will use this structure to organize their paper. Also, students will learn how to write paragraphs that support research. They will apply guidelines as they write three or more paragraphs for their paper. Finally, students will be able to critique their work using the 6 traits rubric.(Under 3 ratings)
Drama III Week 4 Spring 2016SWBAT - Synthesize a full scene from a chunk of text; Analyze script text for characterization ideas and coherency, and Understand the importance of adaptability. TAHSAIII.1 Analyzing and constructing meaning from theatrical experiences, dramatic literature, and electronic media TAHSAIII.2 Developing scripts through improvisation and other theatrical methods TAHSAIII.3 Acting by developing, communicating, and sustaining roles within a variety of situations and environments(Under 3 ratings)
Early American WritingStudents will explore four characteristics of a creation myth. Using this knowledge, students will learn about the culture of Iroquois Indians. They will make inferences about Iroquois social customs and analyze how the author uses symbolism to reveal other cultural values. Students will learn how to summarize text by writing several summary notes. Finally, they will compare the biblical account of creation with the Iroquois' interpretation and articulate the accuracy of each account.(Under 3 ratings)
Five Paragraph EssayStudents will be able to write a five paragraph academic essay including an opening paragraph, a strong thesis statement, supporting body, and a concluding paragraph by using the graphic organizer and a self generated topic.(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanIdentify the elements of narration. Identify and synthesize how context affects writing and reading. Idenitify the importance of point of view and diction. Analyze and respond to a given prompt(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to: Understand how to properly write a persuasive essay Use what they learn to write a persuasive essay Throughly think of points to add to their essays(Under 3 ratings)
LMS Lesson Plan TrainingLibrarians will be guided on how to write lesson plans that involve all learners using state and national standards(Under 3 ratings)
Medieval Literature: Integrating Creative Writing with Historical ContentStudents should be able to critically analyze the characters and plot structure of Wynnere and Wastoure in order to write their own creative ending to the short story. While drafting the ending, the students should be capable of ensuring their writing incorporates historical content addressed in lecture and character analysis discussed by the class.(Under 3 ratings)
Research:Critiquing Author's Writing StyleStudents will begin to write their research paper about Irving's writing style. Students will prepare an information chart and interpret the data. Students will analyze sample literature review and will be able to write a working thesis. Using a rubric, students will be equip to judge their work and make improvements in their writing.(Under 3 ratings)
STAR revision for a critical reviewREVISE THE 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY USING S.T.A.R. METHOD.(Under 3 ratings)
STAR revision for a critical reviewREVISE THE 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY USING S.T.A.R. METHOD.(Under 3 ratings)
The Unspoken in Dialogue - Dramatic Writing TechniqueAnalysis and use of literary technique wherein dialogue centers on what is not said and what remains unspoken.(Under 3 ratings)
The World on Turtle's Back_1Students will explore four characteristics of a creation myth. Using this knowledge, students will learn about the culture of Iroquois Indians. They will make inferences about Iroquois social customs and analyze how the author uses symbolism to reveal other cultural values. Students will learn how to summarize text by writing several summary notes. Finally, they will compare the biblical account of creation with the Iroquois' interpretation and articulate the accuracy of each account.(Under 3 ratings)
The World on Turtle's Back_2Students will continue to explore the early American writings. Students will write summary notes and use them to prepare for a debate. The debate will focus on the question, "Is good and evil equal?" Finally, students will complete an assessment activity to check their learning.(Under 3 ratings)
The World's on Turtle's Back_L3Students will continue to explore the early American writings. Students will write summary notes and use them to explain the key ideas in the story. To check students' understanding, they will complete two assessments. First, students will complete a chart about the characteristics of a creation myth. Also, students will create an Indian village that reflects the social customs of the Iroquois Indians. Students will make an oral presentation to complete the lesson for the week.(Under 3 ratings)
Who is your Gatsby? PresentationsStudents will showcase their creative writing pieces to the class. Students will analyze pieces and reward good writing.(Under 3 ratings)
Who Was Your Favorite?My friend Carli asks me one question every time we leave somewhere together, and it is a question that has really shaped me. If there is one thing that I personally struggle with, it is expressing sincere gratitude. This question has taught me to reflect on my experiences, paying attention more to who I had them with, rather than what I did. The question is simple, "Who was your favorite?" Students tend to be list writers. When you ask them what they did over break, you will get a list. "I played video games. I went to my grandmothers for ham. I opened presents. I fell off the skateboard that Santa got me." When students are asked the question, "Who was your favorite", it intellectually shifts the focus away from them, to someone else. It forces them to write in an entirely different point of view. For some, this is territory that is unexplored or needs to be revisited. This question allows students to profile a character, the things they did that garnered positive attention, the way that they acted in certain situations (this person could have been the center of a room in a moment that was particularly boring for the writer). Honors students will be hitting this question from another angle. Answer that question, as somebody else you were with this winter break.(Under 3 ratings)
12th Grade:
6-Escribiendo definiciones en españolLos estudiantes van a escribir definiciones de palabras escogidas en español para aprender mejor sus significadas.(Under 3 ratings)
Beowulf (Beowulf)Students will continue reading the epic, Beowulf. Students will analyze the text, and understand how the author uses language to create dramatic effect. They will learn about alliterations and kennings. By examining how the author uses these elements, students will be able to write a poem that summarizes the fight between Beowulf and Grendel.(Under 3 ratings)
Business CommunicationsStudents should be able to have a basic understanding of communication and the importance of good communication in the workplace.(Under 3 ratings)
Career Lesson PlanUpon successful completion, students will be able to create a resume representing their skills, experience and educational background that they can use when applying for a job(Under 3 ratings)
Industrial Age and Sweatshops - Write to LearnStudents will be able to: Discuss the working conditions that led to the Haymarket Affair, the Homestead Strike, and the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire. List some actions, both positive and negative, of the managers and workers involved in the incidents studied. Discuss the significance of the featured events to the labor movement, the industrialists involved, and the attitude of the American people toward working conditions in the United States. Take a stand on sweatshops today, supported with evidence.(Under 3 ratings)
Industrial Revolution - Write to Learn 2Students will research, prepare and present a 3-5 minute presentation about a historical figure from the Industrial Revolution(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will understand what a thesis statement is and be able to(Under 3 ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to have a basic understanding of communication and the importance of good communication in the workplace.(Under 3 ratings)
Oil and Gas 4A1. To complete a service and equipment report 2. To complete R/W LCA(Under 3 ratings)
Online Research: Sources & EvidenceStudents will select and note evidence for individual research topics.(Under 3 ratings)
Research Paper Outline: Writing The Background Info ParagraphStudents will use their research paper outline and chrome ext bib to draft a background paragraph, as evidenced by my draft with sources cited, and connection/explanation sentences written.(Under 3 ratings)
Research Paper Outline: Writing the IntroductionStudents will use their thesis statements to write topic sentences, intro. and conclusion for a research paper outline.(Under 3 ratings)
Research Paper Outline: Writing The IntroductionStudents will use their thesis statements to write topic sentences, intro. and conclusion for a research paper outline.(Under 3 ratings)
Research Paper Outline: Writing The Subtopic ParagraphStudents will use their research paper outline and chrome ext bib to draft a subtopic paragraph, as evidenced by their draft in Google Drive with sources cited, and connection/explanation sentences written.(Under 3 ratings)
STAR revision for a critical reviewREVISE THE 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY USING S.T.A.R. METHOD.(Under 3 ratings)
Teaching Writing4 Describe the steps of the writing process. 4 Develop teaching activities for each step in the writing process. 4 Identify appropriate error-correction interventions for the editing step of the writing process.(Under 3 ratings)
The Basics of WritingThe students will learn how to write an introductory paragraph. The students will learn to use the MLA writing style. The students will learn to peer edit papers. The students will learn how to use turnitin.com.(Under 3 ratings)
The Basics of WritingThe students will learn how to write an introductory paragraph. The students will learn to use the MLA writing style. The students will learn to peer edit papers. The students will learn how to use turnitin.com.(Under 3 ratings)
The bottom Up Writing MethodHere we will focus on the bottom up writing methoda dnits pros and cons(Under 3 ratings)
Writing A Resume/CVThe trainees will learn the basic concepts and requirements the developing and creating a job getting resume.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing equations of parabolasStudents will write the equation of a parabola given: - Vertex and focus - Vertex and Directrix - Vertex and a point of intersection - Three points of intersection - A graph(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Focused ArgumentsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.WHST.11-12.1.A Introduce precise, knowledgeable claim(s), establish the significance of the claim(s), distinguish the claim(s) from alternate or opposing claims, and create an organization that logically sequences the claim(s), counterclaims, reasons, and evidence. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.WHST.11-12.1.B Develop claim(s) and counterclaims fairly and thoroughly, supplying the most relevant data and evidence for each while pointing out the strengths and limitations of both claim(s) and counterclaims in a discipline-appropriate form that anticipates the audience's knowledge level, concerns, values, and possible biases.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing Focused ArgumentsCCSS.ELA-LITERACY.WHST.11-12.1.A Introduce precise, knowledgeable claim(s), establish the significance of the claim(s), distinguish the claim(s) from alternate or opposing claims, and create an organization that logically sequences the claim(s), counterclaims, reasons, and evidence. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.WHST.11-12.1.B Develop claim(s) and counterclaims fairly and thoroughly, supplying the most relevant data and evidence for each while pointing out the strengths and limitations of both claim(s) and counterclaims in a discipline-appropriate form that anticipates the audience's knowledge level, concerns, values, and possible biases.(Under 3 ratings)
Writing: AP Essay Self AnalysisI can evaluate my own essay for essential elements.(Under 3 ratings)

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