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lesson plans for esl 8q4w3

http://www.pbs.org/kenburns/the-address/home/

Lesson Plans for ESL 8Q4W3.

April 28 -May 2, 2014

BLUE DAYS 4/28 and 30 and May 2, 2014

Mrs. Nabulsi

blue day schedule
BLUE DAY SCHEDULE
  • 7:30-9:25 - Planning
  • 9:30-10:55 – ESL 7
  • 10:55-11:35- LUNCH
  • 11:40-13:05- ESL 8
  • 13:10-14:35- ESL 6
monday april 28 2014
In each of us there is an acorn which by the way it is NUTURED determines what kind of oak tree WE become. The acorn is in the oak.

Rudolf Reed was oaken.

His wife was oaken too

And his two good girls and his good little boy

Oakened as they grew.

monDAY, APRIL 28, 2014
take roll
TAKE ROLL
  • 11:40-13:05 Block 3 – ESL8
  • Take Roll
  • Jamal Peterson
  • Cheyenne Proctor
  • Jaelen Townsend
  • JoemarZayas
wiesbaden middle school vision statement
Wiesbaden Middle SchoolVision Statement
  • The entire WMS community will provide a positive school climate through which all students can mature academically, socially, emotionally, and physically while developing a lifelong love of learning.
wiesbaden middle school mission statement
Wiesbaden Middle SchoolMission Statement
  • The entire WMS community strives to provide a positive school climate through which all students can mature emotionally, socially, academically, and physically, while developing a lifelong love of learning.
csi goals
CSI GOALS
  • #1 All students will increase reading comprehension scores in analyzing text and reading/writing strategies.
  • #2 All students will increase scores in math computation, word problems, and problem solving.
standards and objectives
STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES
  • 8E1a.1: Analyze idioms (such as analogies, metaphors, and similes) to infer the literal
  • and figurative meanings of phrases
  • 8E1a.2: Understand the influence of history and culture on English word meaning and vocabulary expansion.
  • 8E1a.3: Verify the meaning of a word in its context when its meaning is not directly
  • stated or implied through the use of definition, restatement, example,
  • comparison, or contrast.
  • Standard: 8E1c: Comprehension and Analysis of Literary Text
  • Students read a wide variety of grade-level appropriate fiction, such as
  • classic and contemporary literature, historical fiction, fantasy, science
  • fiction, mystery, adventure, folklore, mythology, poetry, short story,
  • drama, and other genres.
  • Component: Analysis of Grade-Level Appropriate Text
  • 8E1c.2: Evaluate the structural elements of the plot (such as subplots, parallel
  • episodes, and climax), the plot’s development, and the way in which conflicts
  • are or are not addressed and resolved.
  • 8E1c.3: Compare and contrast the motivations and reactions of literary characters
  • from different historical eras who confront similar situations and conflicts or
  • similar hypothetical situations
do the following
Do the following:
  • Edit It 110
  • Go to computers and correct this sentence

The Amazon River, the second long river in the world, carry one fifth of the world’s river water. +3

Vocabulary 30- copy in notebook NOW.

Check GADESPEED and upcoming assignments

Video on life of Shakespeare and take Cornell notes

wiesbaden middle school vision statement1
Wiesbaden Middle SchoolVision Statement
  • The entire WMS community will provide a positive school climate through which all students can mature academically, socially, emotionally, and physically while developing a lifelong love of learning.
wiesbaden middle school mission statement1
Wiesbaden Middle SchoolMission Statement
  • The entire WMS community strives to provide a positive school climate through which all students can mature emotionally, socially, academically, and physically, while developing a lifelong love of learning.
csi goals1
CSI GOALS
  • #1 All students will increase reading comprehension scores in analyzing text and reading/writing strategies.
  • #2 All students will increase scores in math computation, word problems, and problem solving.
take roll1
TAKE ROLL
  • 11:40-13:05 Block 3 – ESL8
  • Take Roll
  • Jamal Peterson
  • Cheyenne Proctor
  • Jaelen Townsend
  • JoemarZayas
standards and objectives1
STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVES
  • 8E1a.1: Analyze idioms (such as analogies, metaphors, and similes) to infer the literal
  • and figurative meanings of phrases
  • 8E1a.2: Understand the influence of history and culture on English word meaning and vocabulary expansion.
  • 8E1a.3: Verify the meaning of a word in its context when its meaning is not directly
  • stated or implied through the use of definition, restatement, example,
  • comparison, or contrast.
  • Standard: 8E1c: Comprehension and Analysis of Literary Text
  • Students read a wide variety of grade-level appropriate fiction, such as
  • classic and contemporary literature, historical fiction, fantasy, science
  • fiction, mystery, adventure, folklore, mythology, poetry, short story,
  • drama, and other genres.
  • Component: Analysis of Grade-Level Appropriate Text
  • 8E1c.2: Evaluate the structural elements of the plot (such as subplots, parallel
  • episodes, and climax), the plot’s development, and the way in which conflicts
  • are or are not addressed and resolved.
  • 8E1c.3: Compare and contrast the motivations and reactions of literary characters
  • from different historical eras who confront similar situations and conflicts or
  • similar hypothetical situations
daily activities do the following
Daily Activities – Do the following
  • Edit It 111
  • Idiom clean bill of health

If a person has a clean bill of health, they have a report or certificate declaring that their health is satisfactory.

All candidates for the position must produce a clean bill of health.

Analogy - See next slides

Mark the text in googleaps for War if the Roses

warm ups
Warm-ups
  • car : vehicle ::
  • a. speak:sound
  • b. wave:hand
  • c. whisper:word
  • d. stub:toe
  • e. cardinal:bird
put given pair in a sentence
Put given pair in a sentence
  • A CAR is a type of VEHICLE.
place others in same sentence
Place others in same sentence
  • A SPEAKis a type of SOUND.
  • AWAVE is a type ofHAND.
  • AWHISPER is a type ofWORD.
  • A STUB is a type of TOE.
  • A CARDINAL is a type of BIRD.
renaissance england
http://www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakespeare-globe-theatre.htmhttp://www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakespeare-globe-theatre.htmRenaissance england
activities
Activities
  • Edit it 112
  • Finish notes on Shakespeare.:
  • Do the blog
  • Draw a conclusion about why Shakespeare left Stratford-on-the-Avon and then also came back. See next slide for organization and rubric
slide29
BLOG

William Shakespeare , born in Stratford-on-the Avon, left his home and became successful in London, but his reasons for leaving are sheer conjectures. One reason could be ….. A second reason might be …… However, most likely he left because Thus, readers may never know the real reason but….

directions
DIRECTIONS
  • Read the papers in Google Aps, ESL8, Lesson Plans, Quarter 4 Week 1
  • Mark the Text and then answer questions on coop PowerPoint
  • Insert graphics on blank slides
  • Use other websites http://www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakespeare-facts.htm
  • http://uk.images.search.yahoo.com/search/images;_ylt=A9mSs2Vn7kpTH0EAGVNLBQx.;_ylu=X3oDMTB2NW4zcmpwBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2lyMgR2dGlkA01TWVVLMDdfODA-?_adv_prop=image&fr=chr-hp-psg&va=tHE+tUDOR+dYNASTY
  • http://www.royal.gov.uk/HistoryoftheMonarchy/KingsandQueensofEngland/TheTudors/TheTudors.aspx
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/tudors/renaissance_europe_01.shtml
war of the roses
War of the Roses

Cause?

Participants?

Significance of Name?

When did it happen?

What was the outcome?

Who ended up in power?

Did religion or power play a role?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iULbJxFi1M

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oOEW-r0Ac0

the renaissance
The Renaissance
  • What does the word mean?
  • When did it start? How long did it last?
  • Where did it start?
  • List important artists from five different countries
  • What were the accomplishments?
  • \
slide33

The House of Tudor

Who was Henry VII?

Who were his children?

Who was his wife?

Who does his first marry?

When does his first son become king?

When does his first son die?

Who becomes the King of England? Who is this man’s first wife and why?

henry viii
Henry VIII
  • Name his wives and what happened to each?
  • Name his children and their mothers.
  • What was the Reformation?
  • How is Henry VIII responsible for establishing the
  • Church of England? What are its other names?
  • What accomplishments did he make?
queen elizabeth i
Queen Elizabeth I
  • When was she born? Died?
  • What happened to her mother? Her at an early age?
  • Who were her parents?
  • Who were her siblings? When did they rule
  • What religion was her father? Sister? Brother? Elizabeth?
  • Who was Mary , Queen of Scotts? What was the problems she presented to Elizabeth?
  • Did Elizabeth I marry? Have children
the globe theater
The Globe Theater
  • When was it built? What happened to it?
  • How did people know there was a play that day?
  • What was the shape? Height? Covered/uncovered?
  • What were the parts of the stage?
  • Where did different classes of people sit/stand?
william shakespeare timeline http www william shakespeare info william shakespeare facts htm all
William Shakespeare Timelinehttp://www.william-shakespeare.info/william-shakespeare-facts.htmALL
correct this sentence
Correct this sentence
  • The Amazon River, the second long river in the world, carry one fifth of the world’s river water. +3
  • The Amazon River, the second longestriver in the world, carries one-fifth of the world’s river water. +3
idiom
IDIOM
  • clean bill of health

If a person has a clean bill of health, they have a report or certificate declaring that their health is satisfactory.

All candidates for the position must produce a clean bill of health.

analogy
ANALOGY
  • E
  • A CARDINAL is a type of BIRD.
  • .
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