Lesson Plans Feb. 19-23

Monday: President’s Day Holiday

Tuesday: Read “Letters from Rifka”

Wednesday: Character Motivation-What are Rifka’s motivations?

Thursday: Review Benchmark Test

Friday: Complete Section 2 Questions over Rifka, continue Reading

 

Pre-AP

Monday: President’s Day Holiday

Tuesday: Divide up Dystopian Novels into readable sections, begin packet

Wednesday: Character Motivation-What are the motivations of our main character in our novels?

Thursday: Review Benchmark Test

Friday: How does setting play a role in our stories?

 

 

Lesson Plans February 5-9

Monday- We will Present Rucksacks and define vocabulary from our novel

Tuesday- We will Present Rucksacks and define vocabulary from our novel

Wednesday- Begin reading “Letters From Rifka” (Section 1)

Thursday- Finish reading Section 1 and answer questions

Friday- Finish questions and begin Section 2 of the novel

 

Pre-AP

Monday- Answer questions from “Harrison Bergeron” story.

Tuesday- Create Propaganda posters for “Harrison Bergeron”

Wednesday- Continue working on propaganda posters

Thursday- Complete posters and Begin Lit Circles on Dystopian Novel

Friday-Work in Lit circles

Lesson Plans 10/30-11/2

Monday: Finish Analyzing the Poem “Friendships”

Tuesday: (Halloween) Read “3:15 Things That Go Bump in the Night”.  Answer Plot Questions

Wednesday: Read “Freak the Mighty”. Answer Reader Response Questions

Thursday: Read “Freak the Mighty”. Answer Reader Response Questions

Friday: Common Assessment

Pre-AP

Monday: Analyze Poem “Beginning of the End” Make comparisons to “Boy in the Striped Pajamas”.

Tuesday: (Halloween) Read “Tell Tale Heart” in Scope Magazine.  Answer Plot Questions

Wednesday: Read “Boy in the Striped Pajamas”. Answer Reader Response Questions

Thursday: Read “Boy in the Striped Pajamas”. Answer Reader Response Questions

Friday: Common Assessment

Lesson Plans 9/18-9/22

Monday 9/18- Plot Choice Board Activities Due-Presentations given. Introduce Traditional Literature (folk tales, fairy tales, myths, legends, tall tales, etc)

Tuesday 9/19- Take notes over traditional literature and point of view

Wednesday 9/20- Identify and analyze different types of traditional literature. Understand the the author’s purpose in these forms of literature

Thursday 9/21- Discuss the importance of setting in a story. If the setting changes, does the story change?

Friday 9/22-Test Review for Plot structure and traditional literature

 

Pre-AP

Monday 9/18- Plot Choice Board Activities Due-Presentations given. Introduce Traditional Literature (folk tales, fairy tales, myths, legends, tall tales, etc)

Tuesday 9/19- Take notes over traditional literature and point of view.

Wednesday 9/20- Read a traditional Fairy Tale and a Fractured Fairy Tale. Compare/Contrast the two. What part of the plot changed?

Thursday 9/21- Choose a Fairy Tale and create your own fractured Fairy Tale changing an assigned piece of the plot. (We will share these with the elementary)

Friday 9/22-Test Review for Plot structure and traditional literature. Work on fractured fairy tale.

Lesson Plans 9/11-9/15

Monday 9/11- Discuss 9/11, Read article and answer questions

Tuesday 9/12- Plot Choice Board

Wednesday 9/13- Continue Plot Choice Board

Thursday 9/14- Plot Review, KAHOOT

First football games for 7th and 8th grade and pep rally- MAROON OUT  WO vs. SH

Friday 9/15- Plot Quiz

WO vs SH at home Pep Rally Theme: Red, White and Blue (Patriotic)

Lesson Plans August 21-25

Monday 8/21: Set up Interactive Notebooks, “Tweet” summary on Solar Eclipse Articles

Tuesday 8/22: Review Moby Max website, Discuss Fiction Genre

Wednesday 8/23: Take reading level assessment on Moby Max online.

Thursday 8/24: Finish Reading Assessment/Discuss Results

Friday 8/25: Plot and Plot Diagram. What is it’s significance on a story?

 

Pre-AP Class

Monday 8/21: Set up Interactive Notebooks, “Tweet” summary on Solar Eclipse Articles

Tuesday 8/22: Review Moby Max website. Discuss “Outsiders”

Wednesday 8/23: Take reading level assessment on Moby Max online.

Thursday 8/24: “Outsiders” Test

Friday 8/25: Plot and Plot Diagram. What is it’s significance on a story?