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Harlem Middle School Weekly Lesson Plan 2013-2014 [Revised 1-7-14] Teacher: Shannon Moore, Patra Griffitt Subject:

Language Arts Topic(s): CCGPS Standard(s)


L4A&B Use context clues for unfamiliar words, Greek and Latin affixes and root words. L5 Demonstrate understanding of figurative language. W2a introduce a topic and organize ideas (graphics). RI1 Cite textual evidence and respond to questions with appropriate information RI8 Evaluate arguments in a text; distinguish claims that are supported

Date: 2-3-14 Unit: 3 Hidden Children of the Holocaust

Grade: 6

Essential Question(s) 1. How does textural evidence strengthen your written/oral response to a question? 2. How does a verbs function impact the meaning of a sentence? 3. How does multiple meaning words impact a readers comprehension? 4. How do facts/opinion support an argument? Warm-Up Activity 1. DGP, DRP, Weekly Vocabulary: Flect/Flex, Cor, Volv 2. Use of Appointment Calendar for vocabulary 3. Using pronouns and antecedents to clarify meaning Instructional Strategy [See Marzanos High-Yield] 1. Choice of 5 short stories self/student directed study with grammar, literary element, reading, vocabulary, and writing components. 2. Before students complete each componenet of the lesson, they will complete reviews for grammar, literary elements, and reading comprehension.**Apps are listed in resources** 3. Final Product Mini Book: Student will create a book about the story they choose using the Book Creator App. Summarizing Strategy 1. Note-taking 2. Homework and practice: verbs, reading, vocabulary (short story) 3. Reciprocal Teaching Materials/Resources [Physical and/or Technology-Based] 1. Textbook 2. Materials for miniature book 3. Role cards for reciprocal teaching 4. Tablets, Smartphone, Ipad 5. Apps: Book Creator, Grammar Up, MiniMod Reading for Details, Literary Analysis Guide

Vocabulary 1. Latin and Greek terms junct/join/jug 2. Context vocabulary fiction, non-fiction, argumentative, opinion, fact, counter-argument 3. Interdisciplinary vocabulary essential, propaganda, persuasive, retain, impose, consent, competitive, ethos, pathos, logos 4. Characters- flat, round, static, dynamic, protagonist, antagonist Activating Strategy 1. Book talk hook into each story The Bracelet, President Cleveland, The Circuit, The Gold Cadillac, Tanaeka 2. Miniature book to preview what end result will look like

Differentiation Strategy 1. Choice of 5 short stories self/student directed study with grammar, literary element, reading, vocabulary, and writing components. 2. Reciprocal teaching with short story articles

Assessment For and/or Of Learning 1. Homework and practice: verbs, reading, vocabulary (short story) 2. Selection quiz/test for the 5 short stories 3. MLK ReadWorks.org activity w/ brief constructed response