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Kindergarten:
Lesson PlanStudent should be able to understand each word and be able to say each word.(No ratings)
1st Grade:
AgendawebTo reinforce most of the structures or vocabulary topics seen in class with interactive exercises online(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents should be able to practice different kinds of language register‏‎ in English and also to help them become aware of the importance they play in speaking‏‎. Intonation‏‎ – an introduction to intonation Likes/Dislikes and Preferences(No ratings)
2nd Grade:
2nd Grade Grammar LessonStudents will be revising a paragraph that was completed with the teacher that contains errors. Students will be fixing the errors independently and submitting them to the teacher as an exit slip. Students will have met the objective if they correct 4 of the 5 errors in the paragraph.(No 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.(No ratings)
Prefixes and Root WordsTeach students about root words and prefixes.(No ratings)
3rd Grade:
Adverb AdventureStudents will learn that an adverb answers the how, when, or where questions about a verb. Students will learn to form sentences combining an adjective and an adverb.(No ratings)
Adverb AdventureStudents will learn that an adverb answers the how, when, or where questions about a verb. Students will learn to form sentences combining an adjective and an adverb.(No ratings)
Grammar Day 4I can explain the subject-verb agreement between a subject and the proper form of the verb "be".(No ratings)
Grammar Day 3I can identify which form of the verb "be" to use in different situations.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/11/16I can identify the missing letters of words in contractions.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/12/16I can use contractions correctly.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/13/16I can identify and respond to questions that contain contractions.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/14/16I can combine words to make contractions.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/25/16I can use adverbs to compare two or more people, places, or things.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/26/16I can use adverbs to compare two or more people, places, or things.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/27/16I can use adverbs to compare two or more people, places, or things.(No ratings)
Grammar 4/28/16I can use adverbs to compare two or more people, places, or things.(No ratings)
Grammar 5/02/2016I can use pronouns in the place of nouns I a sentence.(No ratings)
Grammar 5/03/2016I can use pronouns in the place of nouns in a sentence.(No ratings)
Grammar 5/04/2016I can use pronouns in the place of nouns in a sentence.(No ratings)
Grammar Day 1I can explain how the verb be connects the subject to the predicate in a sentence.(No ratings)
Grammar Day 2I can identify the correct tense of the verb "be" in reading.(No ratings)
Grammar Monday 4/18/16I can explain what an adverb is and what it descirbes.(No ratings)
Grammar Thursday 4/21/16I can explain what an adverb is and what it descirbes.(No ratings)
Grammar Tuesday 4/19/16I can explain what an adverb is and what it descirbes.(No ratings)
Grammar Wednesday 4/20/16I can explain what an adverb is and what it descirbes.(No ratings)
punctuationto teach children proper use of punctuation using words , punction to create a sentence(No ratings)
4th Grade:
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(No ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 10-06-14I can... - Identify helping verbs - Explain the NOT adverb - Establish the difference between natural and inverted word order - Identify the compound sentence - Explain Comma Splice and Run-on Errors - Properly choose A or An in a sentence(No 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.(No ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 11-10-14I can... - Classify Pattern 2 Sentences - Explain Verb Tenses - Identify Regular/Irregular Verbs - Observe Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 11-11-13Students will - Understand and apply knowledge of Possessive Noun Adjectives, Interjections, Direct Objects, Transitive Verbs, Simple Verb Tenses, Regular and Irregular Verbs, Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
4th Grade English Week of 11-18-13Students will - Understand and apply knowledge of Possessive Noun Adjectives, Interjections, Direct Objects, Transitive Verbs, Simple Verb Tenses, Regular and Irregular Verbs, Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
December 1-5Students will read and comprehend a variety of genres Students will identify the characteristics associated with a given genre Students will(No ratings)
ELD Common Core Lesson PlanStudents will use simple English Verb Tenses in Reading, Writing and Speaking(No ratings)
ELD MondayStudents will demonstrate correct usage of verb tenses when reading, writing and speaking(No ratings)
Finishing week intro and noun introFor students to be able to identify nouns and know that a noun is a person, place, or thing.(No ratings)
FridayI can show my understanding of subjects and predicates. I can make a text to self connection in my writing.(No ratings)
Grammar & text analysis revisionSs shoul be able to: - read the text twice - answer the questions about the text - solve gram activities(No ratings)
Grammar assessmentstudents should be able to: 1- identify a sentence. 2- identify kind of sentences. 3- identify subject, verb 4- use subject pronouns correctly 5- identify adjectives in given sentences.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be ablte to understand and use GENDER correctly(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student will be able to *act out a verb and its adverb *guess the verb and the adverb being acted out.(No ratings)
MondayI can identify complete subjects and predicates in text. I can recognize how new vocabular is used.(No ratings)
RevisionStudents should be able to recall grammar rules as we progress in correcting the assessment that they did the day before.(No ratings)
Suffix practiceStudents should be able to add suffixes to words correctly, or if given a word with a suffix, be able to identify the base/root word correctly.(No ratings)
TuesdayI can correct fragments by adding subjects and predicates. I can write from the point of view of a character.(No ratings)
Tuesday 14/10/2014Ss should be able to: -identify a sentence. - identify words with short vowels (a,e,i,o,u)(No ratings)
Verb Tenses - 4th GradeStudents will be able to identify past, present and future verb tenses(No ratings)
Verb Tenses - 4th GradeStudents will be able to identify past, present and future verb tenses(No ratings)
WednesdayI can identify fragments, simple subjects and predicates. I can relate vocabulary to synonyms and antonyms.(No ratings)
5th Grade:
5th Grade English Week of 02-24-14Students will - Review for the Chapter 4 Test - Complete Chapter 4 Test - Be introduced to helping verbs and the not adverb - Be introduced to natural/inverted word order - Identify coordinate conjunctions and connective adverbs - Recognize the compound sentence, comma splices, and run-ons - Apply knowledge of contractions(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 03-31-14I can... - Identify the core parts of a Pattern 2 sentence - Explain the difference between regular and irregular verbs - Dictate the differences between simple verb tenses (present, past, future)(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 04-07-14I can... - Identify the core parts of a Pattern 2 sentence - Explain the difference between regular and irregular verbs - Dictate the differences between simple verb tenses (present, past, future)(No 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(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 09-29-14I can... - Identify helping verbs, the not adverb, and the adverb exception - Explain natural/inverted word order, coordinate conjunctions/connective adverbs, and the compound sentence - Correct comma splices and run-on sentence errors - Utilize the compound sentence to correct run-ons - Recognize the Contraction Chart - Explain the appropriate use of A/AN(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 10-06-14I can... - Identify helping verbs, the not adverb, and the adverb exception - Explain natural/inverted word order, coordinate conjunctions/connective adverbs, and the compound sentence - Correct comma splices and run-on sentence errors - Utilize the compound sentence to correct run-ons - Recognize the Contraction Chart - Explain the appropriate use of A/AN(No 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.(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 11-03-14I can... - Classify Pattern 2 Sentences - Explain Verb Tenses - Identify Regular/Irregular Verbs - Observe Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 11-04-13Students will - Understand how to use various strategies and labels to expand independent sentences - Understand how to use nouns/verbs/adjectives/adverbs to revise sentences - Understand and apply knowledge of prepositions, objects of the prepositions, and prepositions(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 11-10-14I can... - Classify Pattern 2 Sentences - Explain Verb Tenses - Identify Regular/Irregular Verbs - Observe Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
5th Grade English Week of 11-11-13Students will - Understand and apply knowledge of prepositions, objects of the prepositions, and prepositional phrases - Understand how to identify adverbs from prepositions - Recognize the Noun Job Chart - Recognize the Subject-Verb Agreement - Understand various points of view - Establish various forms (standard/time order/transition)(No ratings)
Common and Proper Noun FunctionsStudents will become familiar with identification and classification of Common and Proper Nouns.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanWe will recognize correct verb agreement with subject (singular/plural) and the rules for using the correct verb in our writing.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students should be able to: * recall and discuss the concept of subject and verb agreement * list collect nouns and differentiate between singular and plural collect nouns as the subject of a sentence * correctly apply the rules for using subject and verb agreement where the subject is a singular or plural collective noun(No ratings)
Lesson PlanLiterature - to review vocabulary; to identify the main idea of a text; to learn new vocabulary; to demonstrate knowledge of facts in a story History - to explain the reasons for the growing tension between the North and the South Art History - to discuss French neoclassical painters and romanticist painters Science - to explain how plants can be used to control soil contamination; to describe matter for mass, weight, and volume Math - Phonics - Grammar -(No ratings)
6th Grade:
6th Grade - August 10-14, 2015Students will be able to: - Identify the four sentence types. - Differentiate between a phrase and a clause. - Identify and correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments.(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 02-23-15I can... - Explain indefinite adjectives - Analyze adjective phrases - Study for adjectives test(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-02-15I can... - Evaluate the principal parts of verbs - Describe verb phrases - Compare regular/irregular verbs - Explain transitive/intransitive verbs(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-23-15I can... - Explain transitive/intransitive verbs - Identify linking verbs - Compare/contrast various tenses, including simple, progressive, and perfect - Analyze subject verb agreement(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 03-30-15I can... - Explain agreement with compound subjects with 'and' - Identify Indefinite and Special Nouns - Analyze subject verb agreement(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 04-07-14I can... - Identify the parts of speech - Diagram the grammatical elements of a sentence - Edit a piece of writing for spelling and grammatical errors - Identify the core parts of a Pattern 4 sentence (predicate noun/pronoun, linking verb) - Explain the rules for making nouns possessive - Identify subjective/objective/possessive pronoun cases - Dictate various noun jobs(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 04-28-14I can... - Identify the parts of speech - Diagram the grammatical elements of a sentence - Edit a piece of writing for spelling and grammatical errors - Identify personal pronouns and their antecedents - Recognize indefinite pronouns - Explain Predicate Adjectives - Identify the degrees of comparison associated with adjectives - Identify the double negative error and explain methods of correcting this error(No 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(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 09-29-14I can... - Identify helping verbs, the not adverb, and the adverb exception - Explain natural/inverted word order, coordinate conjunctions/connective adverbs, and the compound sentence - Correct comma splices and run-on sentence errors - Utilize the compound sentence to correct run-ons(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 10-28-13Students will work through Chapter 5; gaining an understanding of Helping Verbs, The NOT Adverb, The Adverb Exception, Natural and Inverted Word Order, Coordinate Conjunctions, Connective Adverbs, Compound Sentences, and Comma Splices/Run-on Sentences. Student understanding will be evaluated by means of Classroom Practices and class discussion, Chapter 5 test will be scheduled for Tuesday of next week.(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 11-03-14I can... - Successfully complete notetaking for research - Create a persuasive paragraph - Classify Pattern 2 Sentences - Explain Verb Tenses - Identify Regular/Irregular Verbs - Observe Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 11-10-14I can... - Classify Pattern 2 Sentences - Explain Verb Tenses - Identify Regular/Irregular Verbs - Observe Tenses of Helping Verbs(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 11-11-13Students will: - Understand direct objects - Understand verb-transitives - Be able to identify pattern 2 - Recognize simple verb tenses - Identify regular/irregular verbs - Understand various tenses of helping verbs(No ratings)
6th Grade English Week of 11-18-13Students will: - Understand direct objects - Understand verb-transitives - Be able to identify pattern 2 - Recognize simple verb tenses - Identify regular/irregular verbs - Understand various tenses of helping verbs(No ratings)
6th Grade: August 17-21, 2015Students will be able to: - Identify the four sentence types. - Differentiate between a phrase and a clause. - Identify and correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments. - Correct a variety of writing pieces with grammatical errors.(No 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.(No ratings)
Grammar - Unit 1Students will be able to identify and apply the following concepts in their everyday writing. *Types of Sentences (4) *Subjects & Predicates (Complete, Simple, Compound) *Conjunctions *Simple, Compound and Complex sentence writing(No ratings)
Grammar - Unit 1Students will be able to identify and apply the following concepts in their everyday writing. *Types of Sentences (4) *Subjects & Predicates (Complete, Simple, Compound) *Conjunctions *Simple, Compound and Complex sentence writing(No ratings)
Grammar 10/22The students will be completing a conjunction chart.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe students will learn the meaning of a noun and two types of nouns: Common and Proper. The students will learn how to differentiate between the two nouns and their use.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanDemonstrate command of the conventions of standard 
English grammar and usage when reading, writing or speaking.(No 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)(No 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(No 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(No 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(No ratings)
Prina 6th Grade LA Jan 8 thru Jan 10 2014 Room 10--BMSI 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 apply the anchor standard in everyday use as much as possible.(No ratings)
7th Grade:
3-8-13Students should be able to identify noun clauses and their function within the sentence.(No ratings)
7th Grade - August 10-14, 2015Students will be able to: - Identify the four sentence types. - Differentiate between a phrase and a clause. - Identify and correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments.(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 02-17-14Students will - Review the 23 helping verbs/the NOT adverb - Understand subordinate conjunctions - Recognize various sentence types (including complex sentences) - Understand various ways to correct sentences(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 03-10-14Students will: - Review the principal parts of verbs - Review cause/effect - Be introduced to possessive noun adjectives - Be introduced to interjections - Be introduced to verb-transitives - Be introduced to direct objects - Complete an exam(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 03-17-14Students will: -Simple verb tenses -perfect tenses -regular/irregular verbs -tenses of helping verbs -transitives/intransitives -principal parts of verbs/conjugations(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 04-07-14I can... - Explain core parts of a Pattern 4 sentence - Identify various noun jobs - Properly punctuate quotes(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 04-14-14I can... - Explain core parts of a Pattern 5 sentence - Identify Subjective/objective/possessive pronoun cases - Recognize personal pronouns and their antecedents - Identify indefinite pronouns(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 04-28-14I can... - Explain core parts of a Pattern 5 sentence - Identify Subjective/objective/possessive pronoun cases - Recognize personal pronouns and their antecedents - Identify indefinite pronouns - Compare and contrast Pattern 6 and Pattern 7 - Explain Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives - Explain Interrogative Pronouns/Adjectives(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 05-05-14I can... - Explain core parts of a Pattern 5 sentence - Identify Subjective/objective/possessive pronoun cases - Recognize personal pronouns and their antecedents - Identify indefinite pronouns - Compare and contrast Pattern 6 and Pattern 7 - Explain Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives - Explain Interrogative Pronouns/Adjectives(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 09-08-14I can... - Identify prepositions, objects of the preposition, and prepositional phrases - Recognize the four kinds of sentences - Explain the difference between singular, plural, common, and proper nouns - Explain the difference between complete subjects/predicates - Use the Noun Job Chart - Create practice and revised sentences(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 09-15-14I can... - Identify Supporting/Nonsupporting Sentences - Recognize Pronouns/Subject Pronouns, Understood Subject Pronoun, and Possessive Pronouns - Explain Subject/Verb Agreement Rules - Identify Double Negatives(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 10-20-14I can... - Coordinate helping verbs and interrogative sentences - Identify the NOT adverb - Explain the adverb exception - Establish natural/inverted sentences - Differentiate clauses/subordinate conjunctions - Describe complex sentences - Improve short/choppy and long/rambling sentences(No 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.(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 11-18-13Students will - Review the 23 helping verbs/the NOT adverb - Understand subordinate conjunctions - Recognize various sentence types (including complex sentences) - Understand various ways to correct sentences(No ratings)
7th Grade English Week of 12-01-14I can... - Explain Direct Object Verb-Transitive Pattern 2 sentences - Demonstrate knowledge of various verb tenses - Recognize Transitive and Intransitive Verbs - Observe Verb Conjugations(No ratings)
Current GrammarThe objective is to give students an easy way to learn ALL parts of speech through the use of current events articles.(No ratings)
Goal Setting Discussion/RecordingLEARNING TARGETS: UNDERSTAND:1. how goals help keep me moving toward improvement 2. how to revise, edit for a final draft KNOW: 1. what my 3 goals are for this semester 2. how to get help/support DO: 1. record on smart goal sheet 2. turn in all "Thank You M'am" completed work(No ratings)
Lesson PlanRL1, RL3, W2, L1, L2, L4, L4a, L4d, L5b(No ratings)
Prina 7th Grade LA Jan 8 thru Jan 10 2014 Room 10I 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.(No 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.(No ratings)
8th Grade:
8th Grade - August 10-14, 2015Students will be able to: - Identify the four sentence types. - Differentiate between a phrase and a clause. - Identify and correct run-on sentences and sentence fragments.(No ratings)
Adverb Lesson PlanTo understand the differences between adjectives and adverbs(No ratings)
Plural NounsStudents should be able to form plural nouns correctly, both by following the grammatical rule and by learning the exceptions.(No ratings)
9th Grade:
Example LessonSWBAT identify and fix common grammar errors in their essays SWBAT identify and fix common mechanics errors in their essays.(No ratings)
FS1 12/17Students will be able to use -er verbs, the verb "ir" and the infinitive construction to write about an imagined trip to Mexico City, incorporating knowledge of Mexico City.(No ratings)
GrammarStudents know subject/verb agreement with 80% accuracy Students will know parts of speech with 100% accuracy Students will demonstrate growth in fragments and run-ons(No ratings)
Grammar(No ratings)
Grammar, 9Format: Capitalization Punctuation Reviewing and application of grammar and other concepts so to introduce on a basic level and build on these for more complex concepts. Sentence combining for a more excellent sentence structure.(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 16Students will understand: Homonyms, commas & other punctuation; remaining class time will be to catch up on missed assignments(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No 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(No ratings)
L.A. III Lesson 9Students will understand:Noun & pronoun usage;inferences in a reading passage; and how to evaluate a writing assignment(No ratings)
Lesson PlanBy the end of this lesson, students will be able to recognize what is the meaning of an adjective and they will be able to use common bad and good feelings.(No ratings)
Subject-Verb Direct Instruction-Students will be able to distinguish between singular and plural, subject/verbs, and proper agreement/non-agreement.(No ratings)
week 2 Grammar, 9Format: Capitalization Punctuation Reviewing and application of grammar and other concepts so to introduce on a basic level and build on these for more complex concepts. Sentence combining for a more excellent sentence structure.(No ratings)
12th Grade:
Teaching GrammarThe trainee will the the essential way to grammar.(No ratings)

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