Lesson Plans April 23-26

Monday- Easter Holiday

Tuesday-Continue working on Career Investigations project. Students will research a college to attend for their chosen career.

Wednesday-Continue Researching Careers. Students will complete a handout for a grade.

Thursday-Continue Researching

Friday- Continue Researching

ADVANCED:

Monday- Easter Holiday

Tuesday-Continue working on Career Investigations project. Students will research a college to attend for their chosen career.

Wednesday-Continue Researching Careers. Students will complete a handout for a grade.

Thursday-Continue Researching

Friday- Present Poetry Projects

April 15-19

Monday: Students will finish Flocabulary and Quizizz on Theme from last week. We will then begin working on the STAAR passage for the week. Students will find the answer choices to go with the questions for our STAAR passage and then choose the best answer.

Tuesday: We will begin our Career Investigations Project today! Students will be investigating different careers and future goals based on that research.

Wednesday: Continue Working on Project

Thursday: Moby Max Reading Assessment (final one for the year)

Friday: Good Friday Holiday- NO SCHOOL

 

ADVANCED:

Monday: We will then begin working on the STAAR passage for the week. Students will find the answer choices to go with the questions for our STAAR passage and then choose the best answer.

Tuesday: Continue Sharing poetry projects with elementary

Wednesday: Moby Max Reading Assessment (final one for the year)

Thursday:We will begin our Career Investigations Project today! Students will be investigating different careers and future goals based on that research

Friday: Good Friday Holiday- NO SCHOOL

Lesson Plans: April 8-12

Monday: We will begin talking about testing strategies and complete a STAAR poetry passage.

Tuesday: WRITING STAAR

Wednesday: SCOPE fiction story. Answer questions about story and theme.

Thursday: Analyzing Poetry

Friday: Analyzing Poetry

ADVANCED

Monday: We will begin talking about testing strategies and complete a STAAR poetry passage.

Tuesday: WRITING STAAR

Wednesday: Work on Poetry project

Thursday: Work on Poetry Project

Friday: Present Poetry project

 

Lesson Plans April 1-5

Monday: We will be reviewing What poetry is and completing a Flocabulary assignment.

Tuesday: Students will complete Poetry Stations to review different aspects of the genre.

Wednesday: Continue Poetry Stations

Thursday: Continue Poetry Stations

Friday: Complete Poetry Stations

ADVANCED:

Monday: Continue working on Poet research

Tuesday: Continue working on Poet Research

Wednesday: Poet Research

Thursday: Peer Review on Research

Friday: Poetry Quiz

March 25-29

Monday- Students will finish reading “Refugee”. Then they will complete a Character crossword puzzle and begin a test review for the novel.

Tuesday-Complete the test review and take a quizizz to review the novel.

Wednesday-“Refugee” Escape room/Scavenger Hunt

Thursday-Test over Refugee

Friday-Begin Poetry Study-Notes

ADVANCED CLASS

Monday-Discussion on What is Art? and Why is it important? Begin Poetry PBL

Tuesday- Poetry Stations

Wednesday-Poetry Stations

Thursday-Work on Poetry Project

Friday- Finish Poetry Stations

Lesson Plans March 18-22

I hope everyone had a great Spring Break and got some rest. We are in our last 9 weeks of the school year!! It has gone by fast and the rest of the year will go by even faster. Buckle down and finish the year off strong!

Monday-Teacher work day

Tuesday-Friday: We are going to continue reading our novel “Refugee”. We should finish next week so try and be at school each day so you don’t miss anything that happens. Exciting things happening for Isabel, Mahmoud, and Josef!

ADVANCED CLASS

Monday-Teacher Work Day

Tuesday: Novel Projects Due.  Dystopian Scavenger Hunt with Novel Groups

Wednesday: Finish Scavenger Hunt if necessary. Present Projects.

Thursday: Present Projects.

Friday:”Matched” Novel group will present their project.

Lesson Plans March 4-8

Monday: Students will read a SCOPE article and make comparisons to “Refugee”. Students will receive a study page for a Vocabulary test on Friday over words found in our novel.

Tuesday: Students will continue reading “Refugee”.

Wednesday: Students will continue reading “Refugee”.

Thursday: Continue reading novel. Vocabulary practice.

Friday: Vocabulary test and test over what’s happened in “Refugee” so far.

ADVANCED CLASS:

Monday: Quiz over Dystopian Novel. Work on Fishbowl Questions for Tuesday.

Tuesday: Socratic Seminar EVERYONE MUST BE PREPARED!

Wednesday: Complete Socratic Seminar if needed.

Thursday: Work on Novel Packets and Novels.

Friday: Final Test over novel. All work must be turned in today!

**Remember that the Final Project for your novel is Due Tuesday when we get back from Spring Break!**

Lesson Plans February 18-22

Monday: President’s Day NO SCHOOL

Tuesday: Complete Chapter Questions/Continue reading “Refugee”

Wednesday: Continue Reading “Refugee”

Thursday: Go over Benchmark

Friday: Continue Going over Benchmark

ADVANCED:

Monday: President’s Day NO SCHOOL

Tuesday: Students will see examples of Blackout poetry and begin creating their own.

Wednesday: Complete Blackout Poetry

Thursday: Go over Benchmark

Friday: Read Novels/work on packets.

Lesson Plans February 4-8

Monday: Students will continue working on their Persuasive Text Analysis project. They have read an article and are now identifying the central argument and logical fallacies used.

Tuesday: Students will be creating an advertisement for their article.

Wednesday: Students will analyze the advertisement they created to explain choices they made. Any days that they have not completed will be homework. Completed poster is due Thursday.

Thursday: Students will be introduced to our new novel “Refugee”. They will complete an anticipation guide

Friday: Students will continue to work on the anticipation guide for “Refugee”

Monday and Tuesday of next week we will be having our benchmarks for Math and Reading.

ADVANCED:

Monday: Students will continue working on their Persuasive Text Analysis project. They have read an article and are now identifying the central argument and logical fallacies used.

Tuesday: Students will be creating an advertisement for their article.

Wednesday: Students will analyze the advertisement they created to explain choices they made. Any days that they have not completed will be homework. Completed poster is due Thursday.

Thursday: Work in Novel Groups to complete assignment on Dystopian novels.

Friday: Read novel and catch up on packet responses.

January 28-Feb 1

Monday: Students will take note on Persuasive Techniques

Tuesday:  Finish taking notes and discussing persuasive techniques

Wednesday: Identify fallacies in persuasive

Thursday: Students will begin working on a persuasive analysis project.

Friday: Continue working on project

ADVANCED:

Monday: Students will take note on Persuasive Techniques

Tuesday:  Finish taking notes and discussing persuasive techniques.

Wednesday: Discuss 1st section of Dystopian Novel with group.

Thursday: Students will begin working on a persuasive analysis project.

Friday: Continue working on project