Homework
You are expected to read every day.
Monday
We are learning this by...
Bell Work
& Book Talks
Do
Tuesday
Thursday
Wednesday
Friday
Learning
Goals
Explain
Debrief:
Assessment, Review or
Remind
Lesson Plans: AP Language
Lee Ann Spillane's
Virtual Classroom
Students will be able to:
1. practice close reading routine
2. plan for writing

Students will be able to:
1.ask and respond to questions while connecting to the text and each other in order to discuss text

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
Students will be able to...
1. read closely for central ideas
2. write to demonstrate reading comprehension



journal writing
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
turn and talk
probing questions
teacher observation
walking around
Students will be able to...
1. generate/refine ideas through writing and discussion



Students will be able to...
1. note central ideas of text
2. read and comprehend literature



Write the bibliographic information for the book you are reading in RJ.
Write a short passage from the book you are reading in RJ.
Begin writing your reading journal entry for the week.
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.
Read your book and update the Reading Record.
Prepare for writing.
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
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.
• Do vocabulary practice with words from bookmark TONE list.
• Read your novel. Log your pages. on the Reading Record.

•Review words from bookmark TONE list.
Review notes from Chapter 2 "Close Reading"

Chart devices and concepts in groups and share out.
Review Rhetorical Analysis handout and apply to King's introduction to Why We Can't Wait Prompt
Socratic:
"Let Teenagers Try Adulthood," Botstein p. 153

Prepare for Socratic Discussion: chunk main ideas in Botstein essay and do 4-square notes in journal
Plan for writing using the Rhetorical Analysis handout
Plan for Writing Analysis--

embeding textual evidence:
using direct quotes and paraphrasing
What is the difference between argument and analysis?
How is analysis like argument?
Turn in essays.
Reflect on Socratic process in scale section of journal.
Reflect on essays: How did we do citing textual evidence?
• Read texts for next week.

•Review words from bookmark TONE list.