Lesson Plans: August 26, 2019

Monday, August 26, 2019

  • Warm-up Chomp 1: Identifying metaphors
  • Continue to determine the meaning of unknown and multi-meaning words in text.
  • Written in Bone, Chapter 1; Students will identify conclusions and evaluate supporting textual evidence; will work on filling out their Conclusion/Evidence graphic organizer with their partners.

 

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

  • Warm-up Chomp 2: Author’s tone and characterization
  • Continue to determine the meaning of unknown and multi-meaning words in a text.
  • Written in Bone, Chapter 1; Students will continue to identify conclusions and evaluate supporting textual evidence; will continue to work on filling out their Conclusion/Evidence graphic organizer with their partners.
  • Students will write a paragraph discussing what texture and craft moves were used by the author.

 

Wednesday, August 28, 2019  

  • Warm-up Chomp 3: Central idea and textual evidence
  • Student will complete a reading check: Blood on the RiverChapter 1-5
  • Continue to determine the meaning of unknown and multi-meaning words in a text.
  • “Ode to the Virginian Voyage” by Michael Drayton: Students will identify unfamiliar words and discuss with their partner; paraphrase each stanza of the poem; and summarize poem.

Thursday, August 29, 2019              Open House at 5:30

  • Warm-up Chomp 4: Identifying topic sentence, claim, and textual evidence
  • Continue to determine the meaning of unknown and multi-meaning words in a text.
  • “Ode to the Virginian Voyage” by Michael Drayton: Students will continue to identify unfamiliar words and discuss with their partner; paraphrase each stanza of the poem; and summarize poem.

Friday, August 30, 2019       A Christmas Carolessay due today

  • Warm-up Chomp 5: Compound sentences
  • Continue to determine the meaning of unknown and multi-meaning words in a text.
  • “Ode to the Virginian Voyage” by Michael Drayton: Students will continue to identify unfamiliar words and discuss with their partner; paraphrase each stanza of the poem; and summarize poem.