Homework
• Read your novel.

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• Reading journal due Tuesday

Narrative writing due Friday.
• Prepare for Socratic Circle- do the annotations and questions in the Close Reader for the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," p. 9
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record over the weekend.



You are expected to read every day.
Monday 9/21
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Tuesday
Thursday
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Friday 9/25
Learning
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Lesson Plans: Pre-IB English II
Lee Ann Spillane's
Virtual Classroom
Students will be able to:
1. write narrative
2. use prepositional phrases to write description



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: 1, 2, 10
Writing: 2, 3, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1
Monitoring Strategies
• Admit /exit slip
Anecdotal records
• Conferring
• Journal writing
• Turn and talk
• Probing questions
• Reflective listening
• Teacher observation
Walking around
• White Boards

Students will be able to:
1. write to explain
2. read a range of texts



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. Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze its development
2. read a range of texts


journal writing
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
Review, "Universal Declaration of Human Rights," CR p. 9

Prepare for Socratic discussion by doing the annotations and questions in the Close Reader
Take your reading journal out and review your entry. Underline the points (your claim, your topic sentences, etc). Talk to table group about the entry you did.

Read your book.

Review patterns of analytical paragraphs: Claim-Evidence-Interpretat ion C.E.I.


Write your reading journal entry for Tuesday .
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
11: noting theme
12: C.E.I.
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 informal conversation and writing appropriate to task/audience/purpos e
14: review dialogue punctuation and prepositions

19: revise writing
14: reviewing how to write paragraphs
• Read your novel.


Language Arts Florida Standards
(L.A.F.S.)
for the week
Review how to get to the online textbook.

Read, "What of This Goldfish Would You Wish?"

Watch the Close Reading demonstration movie from the textbook.

Prepositions Kahoot
Revision Lessons:

Review dialogue punctuation

Add detail with prepositional phrases
Socratic discussion of "Universal Declaration of Human Rights"

Finish: C.E.I. from Tuesday
Class picture for Tacky Tourist day!
Class picture for Western day!
Class picture for Decades Day!
Class picture for Character day!
Do the self and peer evaluation on your narrative draft. Staple to typed draft and turn in.




Vocabulary & Reading Tests (open journal- you may use your academic journal).
Quarter 1
Assignment Calendar
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. read a range of texts
3. determine and analyze theme