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STUDENT TEACHING LESSON PLAN OUTLINE
Student Teaching Lesson Plan OutlineAnna BedillionUniversity of RichmondI pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance during thecompletion of this work.Anna BedillionTechnology Integration
 
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STUDENT TEACHING LESSON PLAN OUTLINE
March 3, 2010
Student Teaching Lesson Plan OutlineIntroduction
The Great Gatsby 
is the lesson topic.
The lesson should last one 90 minute block period for an 11
th
grade C levelAmerican literature course.
“Virginia Standard of Learning 11.3b.:The student will:Compare and contrast the development of American literature in its historicalcontext” (Virginia Board of Education, 2003).
Learning Objectives
In this lesson, students will:
Demonstrate analysis of the text of 
The Great Gatsby 
and critical thinking skills(National Endowment for the Humanities, 2002).
Identify class differences and issues in the beginning of the twentieth century(National Endowment for the Humanities, 2002).
Combine critical thinking skills, analysis of the text, and essay-writing skills(National Endowment for the Humanities, 2002).
Write a credo for the secret society depicted in
The Great Gatsby 
(NationalEndowment for the Humanities, 2002).
Teaching and Learning Sequence
 
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STUDENT TEACHING LESSON PLAN OUTLINE
Introductory Video :
I will first introduce a clip from the movie adaptation of the
The Great Gatsby 
(1974) YouTube clip to the class as a great way to begin classdialogue on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwggA61ISHIA secondary video about the life of F. Scott Fitzgerald will then be introduced tothe class before the biographical web page is viewed by students.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHvmn7Fb05I
Introduction or Anticipatory Set :
I will give the class a brief biography of F.Scott Fitzgerald using thebiographical information available at the 
web site. Students will then take a few minutes to view theQuotations” (1997) section at the site which will get them interested and providebackground for the upcoming lesson plan on Fitzgerald’s
The Great Gatsby 
. I willdirect students to pay special attention to this F. Scott Fitzgerald quote from a1938 letter that he wrote: “ ‘That was always my experience— a poor boy in arich town; a poor boy in a rich boy's school; a poor boy in a rich man's club atPrinceton.... However, I have never been able to forgive the rich for being rich,and it has colored my entire life and works’” (Board of Trustees of the Universityof South Carolina, 1997). Students will need to explain the meaning of this quotein their own words. For example, “Are the rich and poor ‘definitionally’ differentfrom each other? Where in the first two chapters do questions of class, wealth,and privilege come to the fore? Who's rich and who's poor here?” (NationalEndowment for the Humanities, 2002). While looking through the text of chapters 1 and 2 of 
The Great Gatsby 
, students will be asked to volunteer theanswers to these questions. If no students respond, I will call on specific

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