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Subject /Grade Lesson Plans Teachers:. Mrs. Brite & Ms. Garcia 2013-2014. Unit TEKS: (RS/SS).

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subject grade lesson plans teachers

Subject /GradeLesson PlansTeachers:

Mrs. Brite & Ms. Garcia

2013-2014

unit teks rs ss
Unit TEKS: (RS/SS)

*7.14.C Revise drafts to ensure precise word choice and vivid images; consistent point of view; use simple, compound, and complex sentences; internal and external coherence; and the use of effective transitions after rethinking how well questions of purpose, audience, and genre have been addressed

*7.14.D Edit drafts for grammar, mechanics and spelling

*7.2.A Determine the meaning of grade-level academic English words derived from Latin, Greek, or other linguistic roots and affixes

*7.2.B Use context (within a sentence and in larger sections of text) to determine or clarify the meaning of unfamiliar or ambiguous words

*7.2.E Use a dictionary, a glossary, or a thesaurus to determine the meanings, syllabication, pronunciations, alternate word choices, and parts of speech of words*7.6.B Analyze the development of the plot through the internal and external responses of characters, including their motivations and conflicts

*Fig 19 D Make complex inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding

*7.19.A (i) Identify, use, and understand the function of verbs (present and progressive tenses) and participles

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Subject: ELADATE:Mon., Jan. 20

Objective

WARM-UP

Activity

NO SCHOOL

Homework

LANGUAGE OBJ

HOT

Assessment

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Subject: ELADATE:Tue., Jan. 21

*7.6.B

Objective

*7.2.A

*7.2.B

*7.2.E

*7.6.B

*Fig 19 D

Editing (Day 3)

WARM-UP

  • Activity
  • *Reading Practice 18
  • *Begin reading “The Turtle”

Homework

Reading Comprehension

LANGUAGE OBJ

HOT

What is this story about?

Why is Dennis crying? Explain.

Is Dennis’ father a caring or uncaring person? Explain.

Assessment

Informally assess student’s ability to narrate, describe, and explain the development of the plot in “The Turtle”.

3B 5G

Show comprehension through analytical skills by using vocabulary in narrating, describing, and explaining.

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Subject: ELADATE:Wed., Jan. 22

Objective

*7.19.A (i)

*7.2.A

*7.2.B

*7.2.E

*7.6.B

*Fig 19 D

Editing (Day 4)

WARM-UP

Activity

*Grammar (pgs. 7&8)

*Finish reading “The Turtle”

Homework

Reading Comprehension

3B 5G

Show comprehension through analytical skills by using vocabulary in narrating, describing, and explaining.

LANGUAGE OBJ

HOT

Do you predict Dennis will go along with his father’s plan? Why?

Why is the ending of “The Turtle such a surprise?

Informally assess Informally assess student’s ability to narrate, describe, and explain the plot and character motives in “The Turtle”.

Assessment

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Subject: ELADATE:Thurs., Jan. 23

Objective

*7.14.C

*7.14.D

*7.2.A

*7.2.B

*7.2.E

*7.6.B

*Fig 19 D

Editing (Day 5)

WARM-UP

Activity

*Reading Practice19

*Written response to “The Turtle”

Homework

Reading Comprehension

3B 5G

Show comprehension through analytical skills by using vocabulary in narrating, describing, and explaining.

LANGUAGE OBJ

Informally assess

HOT

What is the point or main idea of “The Turtle”?

Assessment

Formally assess student’s ability to narrate, describe, and explain the plot and character motives in “The Turtle” through a writing assignment.

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Subject: ELA DATE:Fri., Jan. 24

Editing (Day 6)

Objective

*7.2.A

*7.2.B

*7.2.E

*7.6.B

*Fig 19 D

WARM-UP

Activity

*Test on “The Turtle”

Homework

3B 5G

Show comprehension through analytical skills by using vocabulary in narrating, describing, and explaining.

LANGUAGE OBJ

HOT

What is the point or main idea of “The Turtle”?

Assessment

Formally assess student’s ability to narrate, describe, and explain the plot and character motives in “The Turtle” through a Test.

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