Homework
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• read Ghandi's "Letter to Viceroy Lord Irwin" p.352- chunk the main ideas by paragraph in your journal



• Read "Letter to Viceroy Lord Irwin" by Ghandi p. 352

• Do vocabulary practice with words from Hard-Won Liberty list.

• Prepare for Socratic Circle Discussion by chunking main ideas in your journal
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• Write in your reading journal (due Tuesday).



You are expected to read every day.
Monday 9/28
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Lesson Plans: Pre-IB English II
Lee Ann Spillane's
Virtual Classroom
L.A.F.S.:
Language Arts FL Standards
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

Additional Supports Required Today
Reading: 1, 2, 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. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. read a range of texts
3. determine and analyze theme
plan for writing
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
written draft
teacher observation

Write your reading journal entry for the week.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
• Read your novel.

• Do vocabulary practice with words from Hard-Won Liberty list.


Reading Record
Reading Record
Reading Record
Reading Record
Reading Record
8: previewing by pre-teaching vocabulary
12: recording word learning in academic journal
10: read sources and discuss bias and credibility


8: previewing by pre-teaching vocabulary
12: recording word learning in academic journal
8: previewing by pre-teaching vocabulary
12: recording word learning in academic journal
8: previewing by pre-teaching vocabulary
12: recording word learning in academic journal
14, 15: reviewing King's letter by jigsawing selection questions; each group white boards one answer and shares out

19: independent reading for bell work
19: independent reading for bell work
19: independent reading for bell work
19: independent reading (if time); practicing writing
16: homework preparation of text up for discussion
19: independent reading; practice speaking and responding to others
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Prepare for writing.
12: write argument in response to text
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. read a range of texts
3. determine and analyze theme
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. read a range of texts
3. determine and analyze theme
Students will be able to:
1. cite textual evidence to support reasoning
2. read a range of texts
3. determine and analyze theme
Do: Vocabulary Practice #3: Ourselves & Others word list

"This is My Last Report," Herrera

Listen to the NPR story about Poet Laureate Juan Herrera.

Do 4-Square analysis of "This is My Last Report" by Herrera
Write a paragraph using the CEI format analyzying theme
Write a claim statement about the theme of the poem.
On your exit card, not evidence from the poem that supports your theme statement.
Introduce the Art of Analysis - project.

Choose a poem to analyze.
Socratic discussion: "The Artilleryman's Vision" PA p.76

Continue working on poetry analysis draft.
Prepare for Socratic by doing
Writing Groups Meet:

Share poetry analysis writing (no more than 2 pages)
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