Homework
You are expected to read every day.
Monday 9/22
We are learning this by...
Bell Work
& Book Talks
Do
Tuesday
Thursday
Wednesday
Friday 9/26
Learning
Goals
Explain
Debrief:
Assessment, Review or
Remind
Lesson Plans: AP Language
Lee Ann Spillane's
Virtual Classroom
Additional Supports Required Today
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
journal writing
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
LAFS:
Language Arts FL Standards
Reading: 1, 2, 10
Writing: 1, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1,2
Reading: 1, 2, 10
Writing: 1, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1,2
Reading: 1, 2, 10
Writing: 1, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1,2
Reading: 1, 2, 10
Writing: 1, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1,2
Reading: 1, 2, 10
Writing: 1, 4, 5, 10
Speaking/Listening: 1
Language: 1,2
Reading Record
Reading Record
Reading Record
Reading Record
Reading Record
Write the bibliographic information for the book you are reading in RJ.
Write a short passage from the book you are reading in RJ.
Review question three with table mates-- check for evidence.
Continue your RJ entry.
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.
Prepare for writing.
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• Do vocabulary practice with words from tone list.


• Prepare for Socratic Circle Discussion by doing 4 corner analysis in your journal for "Eleven" p. 144 textbook
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• Write in your reading journal (due Tuesday).



Confer with students about form data;
Observational notes taken during Socratic discussion

complete Google form:
Identifying and Making Claims
complete Google form: Citing Textual Evidence
confer with writers about Reading Journal entries
Written argument in response to text.
Read & chunk:
"Boy Problems," Hulbert p. 414


• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• Do vocabulary practice with words from book mark list.
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• Do vocabulary practice with words from bookmark TONE list.


Review main ideas from "Reading Lolita in Tehran" - answer question three with evidence from texts.


Students will be able to:
1. use effective listening strategies
2. ask or respond to questions while connecting to each other and the text in order to propel conversation

Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. identify and discuss claims and evidence use by author
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. identify and discuss claims and evidence use by author
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. identify and discuss claims and evidence use by author
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. identify and discuss claims and evidence use by author
Socratic discussion: Socratic:
"Eleven," Cisneros p. 144

Review elements of argument
Set purpose for reading and review reading routine
Note argument structure
Read and plan argument for School Synthesis question- begin gathering evidence from sources.
Interactive Lesson from Textbook: Writing Argument
Write practice AP prompt- School Synthesis question (support arugment with evidence from the texts)
14: reviewing citing evidence scale
19: practice noting main ideas
13: complete Google survey question about citing textual evidence
14: Review journal writing by conferring with students

16: reading homework

19: practive writing text-based argument in journals
14: review argument vocabulary
16: reading/annotating homework
19: make claim about schools and annotate texts to prepare for/practice writing
6: explain the synthesis question
7: turn and talk to share initial claims
9: model gathering evidence from sources

16: homework preparation of text up for discussion
19: independent reading; practice speaking and responding to others
13: Reflect on socratic discussion ideas and process
14: review plan for writing from Wed.
19: write argument in response to school texts (synthesis prompt)
Review speaking and listening goals; review role of the moderator.