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Kings Essay

1740 words - 7 pages

Hartsville Middle SchoolTeacher-Directed Reading/Writing Lesson Plan FormatTeacher's Name/Grade: J. Edmonson/7th Week of: September 19-23, 2011Standard: 7-1 The student will read and comprehend a variety of literary texts in print and non-print formats.Indicators:1.1 Analyze literary texts to draw conclusions and make inferences.1.2 Explain the effect of point of view on a given narrative text.1.3 Interpret devices of figurative language (including extended metaphor and oxymoron).1.4 Analyze an author's development to of the conflict and the individual characters as either static, dynamic, round, or flat in a givenliterary text.1.5 Interpret the effect of an author's craft (including tone and the use of imagery, flashback, foreshadowing, symbolism, and irony) onthe meaning of literary texts.1.6 Analyze a given literary text determine its theme.

Monday, 9/19

Tuesday, 9/20

Wednesday, 9/21

Thursday, 9/22

Friday, 9/23

Spiral Review/Bell Work
(5-8 minutes)

Library Day

Review novel materials for test

Word Part: Peri- (Graphic Organizer: Definition and Synonyms and Antonyms )

Word Part: Peri- (Graphic Organizer: Sentence and Picture)

No School: Parent-Teacher Conferences

Homework review

Review of Novel Folder expectations and additions, comprehensive study guide questions

Review of Novel Folder expectations and additions, comprehensive study guide questions

Review of 17th Century Journal creation and entries

Review of literary devices handouts

Review of 17th Century Journal entries

Indicator Number(s)

Review of previously taught indicators for the novel: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5

Previously taught indicators for the novel: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5

1.4

1.5

Review of previously taught indicators for the novel: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5

Essential Question Focus Statement
(Objective)

How can my usage of my Novel Folder assist me with preparation for the quiz?

In what ways do the development of characters impact the text?

What impact do symbols have on both the characters and the text?

How can my usage of my Novel Folder assist me with preparation for the quiz?

Materials/Resources/
Equipment

Teacher: Sharon G. Flake's The Skin I'm In Chapters 1-6, Assessment Review: Chapters 1-6
Student: Journal, writing utensils, graphic organizers, Sharon G. Flake's The Skin I'm In, Novel Folder, loose leaf paper

Teacher: Test One: Chapters 1-6
Student: writing utensils, loose leaf paper

Teacher: Sharon G. Flake's The Skin I'm In (Chapters 7-8, pages 33-46), "Confronting Conflict: Where do You Stand?" (Janet Allen resource G.O.), Writer's Craft: Using Literary Devices" (Janet Allen resource G.O.), Figuratively Speaking: Using Classic Literature to Teach 40 Literary Terms
Student: Journal, writing utensils, graphic organizers, The Skin I'm In, Novel Folder

Teacher: Sharon G. Flake's The Skin I'm In (Chapters 9-10, pages 47-53), "Confronting Conflict: Where do You Stand?" (Janet Allen resource G.O.), Writer's...

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