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Winters Junior High 2012-2013
Daily Lesson Plans
Pritchard
CSCOPE Unit 1:
7th Grade ELAR
3rd & 4th period
September 17-21
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Objective:
TSWBAT:
…read for enjoyment, increase
vocabulary by learning Latin &
Greek roots and literary element
vocabulary. They will write
effectively with a clear purpose and
supporting evidence. In addition
they will be able to define the
elements of plot and conflict as
well as identify them in literature.
…read for enjoyment, increase
vocabulary by learning Latin &
Greek roots and literary element
vocabulary. They will write using
sensory imagery and figurative
language. In addition they will be
able to define the elements of
figurative language as well as give
illustrations.
…read for enjoyment, increase
vocabulary by learning Latin & Greek
roots and literary element vocabulary.
They will write using sensory imagery
and figurative language. In addition
they will be able to define the elements
of figurative language as well as give
illustrations.
…read for enjoyment, increase
vocabulary by learning Latin & Greek
roots and define figurative language as
well as model it.
…read for enjoyment, They will write
effectively with a clear purpose and
supporting evidence when synthesizing
two different pieces of literature. They
will identify figurative language in
literature, discuss its meaning, and
interpret the author’s purpose for using
it.
Materials:
Promethean Board, Journal,
Vocabulary Spiral
Promethean Board, Journal,
Vocabulary Spiral
Promethean Board, Journal,
Vocabulary Spiral
Example Personification Projects,
Personification Project Guidelines,
Quiz
Literature Books, Journals
TEKS:
Vocabulary: 7.2A, B, E
Activity
Warm-up: Independent Reading;
Latin & Greek Roots; Journal Entry
Engage & Explore
Warm-up: Independent Reading;
Latin & Greek Roots; Journal Entry
Engage & Explore
Warm-up: Independent Reading; Latin
& Greek Roots; Journal Entry
Engage & Explore
Warm-up: Independent Reading;
Latin & Greek Roots
Engage & Evaluate
RETEACH: Journal using Exam
prompt. Students must rewrite by
stating a clear purpose for the
paragraph then citing three reasons
to support their stance, followed by
a concluding sentence. Return
exams. Discuss each question and
model acceptable answers. Reteach elements of plot & conflict
through application. Students who
failed exam may retake the test
using a different children’s story.
Journal by reflecting on an emotional
word (see list) using similes and the
five senses. In spiral notebook, take
notes on the different elements of
figurative language (similes,
metaphors, personification,
hyperboles, idioms, alliteration,
repetition, onomatopoeia) giving
examples of each.
Journal by reflecting on a different
emotional word than one used on
the previous day. Create similes by
incorporating the five senses.
Continue defining figurative language
elements and review the previous
lesson asking students to apply their
new knowledge.
Assess mastery of this week’s (and all
previous) Latin & Greek Roots.
Review the previous lesson,
particularly personification.
Explain & Elaborate
Reading: 7 Fig. 19A, B, C, D, E; 7.3C; 7.8A
Writing: 7:14 A, B, C, D, E; 7:17C
Warm-up: Independent Reading
Engage
Assign Personification Project.
Due Thursday, September 27
Define poetry. Read and discuss the
Poem Dreams by Langston Hughes pg.
409 in Literature Book. Using a journal
interpret Hughes’ poem. Identify the
figurative language found in the poem
and discuss the comparisons being
made. Consider the author’s decision to
use Figurative Language.
Explore, Engage & Evaluate
Discuss as a class and in small groups.
Explore, Explain & Elaborate
Explore, Explain & Elaborate
Explore, Engage, & Evaluate
Winters Junior High 2012-2013
Daily Lesson Plans
Assessment:
Students will be asked to apply the
elements of plot and conflict to a
children's fairy tale. Exam re-takes
after school.
Evaluate
EXIT TICKET: Students must
give an example of the figurative
language or literary element asked of
them.
Evaluate
EXIT TICKET: Students turn in
journals.
Evaluate
EXIT TICKET: Students asked to
give the example of personification
they wish to create their project over.
Evaluate
EXIT TICKET: Students turn in
journals.
Evaluate
DIFFERINTIATION:
ACCOMMODATIONS: Manipulate Quiz Materials, Extra Time, Reminders to Stay on Task, Organizational Skills, Reinforce, Redirect, Reteach
IEPs: Visual/Verbal Tactical Reminders; repeated review, preferential seating, extra time for oral response
What? Students will read for enjoyment, increase vocabulary by learning Latin & Greek roots and literary element vocabulary, write using
sensory imagery and figurative language, and define and identify figurative language.
How? Students will write in journals and discuss figurative language in literature. In addition, students will record vocabulary entries in
notebooks.
Why? The purpose is to improve student writing and recognize figurative language in literature.
I will...complete my journal writing assignment and give an example of or identify figurative language when asked.
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