Homework
You are expected to read every day.
Monday 9/15
We are learning this by...
Bell Work
& Book Talks
Do
Tuesday
Thursday
Wednesday
Friday 9/19
Learning
Goals
Explain
Debrief:
Assessment, Review or
Remind
Lesson Plans: AP Language
Lee Ann Spillane's
Virtual Classroom
Common Core
Standards
Reading Literature: 10
Reading Information: 1, 7, 10
Writing: 1/2, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1, 2
Students will be able to:
1. make claims and counter claims
2. support claims with evidence




Reading Literature: 10
Reading Information: 1, 7, 10
Writing: 1/2, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1, 2
Students will be able to:
1. use effective listening strategies
2. ask or respond to questions about text; citing textual evidence and connecting to each other during discussion


Additional Supports Required Today
Reading Literature:10
Reading Information:
Writing: 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1, 2
Reading Literature: 10
Reading Information: 1, 6, 8, 10
Writing: 1, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1,2
Monitoring Strategies
• Admit /exit slip
Anecdotal records
• Conferring
• Journal writing
• Turn and talk
• Probing questions
• Reflective listening
• Teacher observation
Walking around
• White Boards

turn and talk
teacher observation
walking around
probing questions
journal writing
turn and talk
teacher observation
walking around
discussion
anecdotal records
Students will be able to:
1. make claims
2. support claims with evidence






journal writing
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
Reading Literature:10
Reading Information:
Writing: 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1, 2
Students will be able to:
1. make claims
2. support claims with evidence
3. introduce counter claim



Students will be able to:
1. make claims
2. support claims with evidence
3. introduce counter claim



Write a short passage from the book you are reading in your reading journal.
Begin writing your reading journal entry for the week.
Write in your reading journal--continue your entry for the week. Share your thinking with a partner.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Write the bibliographic information for the book you are reading at the top of a page in your reading journal.
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.



• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.

• Review vocabulary


• Read and take notes on DIDLS (print?)



• Reading journal due Tuesday

Finish argument draft revision (type and print for Wed.)
• Prepare for Socratic Circle Discussion note DIDLS
Color-code argument draft

Argument vocabulary
Word of the Day
Word of the Day
Word of the Day
Word of the Day
Parallel structure
Read & chunk:
"Education," Emerson p. 102

Read & chunk:
"Education," Emerson p. 102

Socratic:
"The History Teacher," Collins p. 143

Revise argument draft
Reading Record
Teacher observation

Observational notes taken during Socratic discussion

Reading Record
Teacher observation
Reading Record
Teacher observation
written drafts
color coding
Teacher observation
Vocabulary and reading test--you may use your academic journals.
11: reviewing adding to claim knowledge
12: review taking notes on poem; DIDLS notes
14: reviewing DRAPES
16: finish revising draft for homework
19: drafting writing
15: socratic discussion
19: practice speaking, practice identifying/analyzing claims and evidence in text
19: practice citing textual evidence in writing
14: review claims, reasons and evidence by color coding
15: share w/ writing partner
19: draft/revise writing
14: review magery
DIDLS