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Student Teaching Lesson Plan Outline Tech Integration Romantics

Student Teaching Lesson Plan Outline Tech Integration Romantics

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STUDENT TEACHING LESSON PLAN OUTLINEStudent Teaching Lesson Plan OutlineAnna BedillionUniversity of RichmondI pledge that I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance during the completion of this work.
 
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STUDENT TEACHING LESSON PLAN OUTLINEAnna BedillionMarch 24, 2010Student Teaching Lesson Plan OutlineIntroduction
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The Romantic poets are the lesson topic.
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The lesson should last one 90 minute block period for a 12
h
grade regular level Britishliterature course.
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³V
irginia Standard of Learning 12.3c.The student will:Relate literary works and authors to major themes and issues of their eras.´(
V
irginia Board of Education, 2003).Learning ObjectivesIn this lesson, students will:
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Demonstrate knowledge of different elements and characteristics of the RomanticMovement (Wright, 2010).
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Be able to identify William Wordsworth as a Romantic poet and how his works exhibitsthe characteristics of Romanticism (Wright, 2010).
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Combine critical thinking skills and group-thinking skills in dissecting a Romantic poem(Wright, 2010).Teaching and Learning Sequence
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Introduction or Anticipatory Set: I will ask students to write an in-class essay on whatdefines literature as being Romantic. Students will have five minutes of introductoryclass time to respond to this question in an informal essay. Then, I will have studentsvolunteer to read their essay responses aloud and invite discussion on the essays. Finally,
 
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STUDENT TEACHING LESSON PLAN OUTLINEI will give out the
Characteristics of Romanticism
(NCTE, 2008). We will then discussthe qualities and characteristics of the Romantic era of literature and the poets who wroteduring this period. I will have students discuss the five characteristics of Romanticismlisted on the hand-out and will have volunteers to explain in their own words the maintenets of Romanticism (Wright, 2010). As a final introductory question on Romanticism,I will ask the class for an open-ended response on whether they believe Romanticliterature is still significant to society today (Wright, 2010). I will call on students for responses to this question, and will then ask why they feel the way they do about theimportance or significance of Romanticism.
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Lesson Development: I will read aloud a quoted phrase from William Wordsworth¶s
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Introduction´ to Samuel Coleridge¶s
 Ly
rical Ballads
,
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the spontaneous overflow of  powerful feelings´ (Wright, 2010) and will ask for responses about how this quote relatesto the characteristics of Romantic literature that we just discussed. I will then introduceColeridge¶s
 Ly
rical Ballads
as the first work in the Romantic era of literature and itsimportance to Romanticism as a whole (Wright, 2010).
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I will give out Wordsworth¶s famous Romantic poem
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The World is Too Much with Us´and have a student volunteer to read it out loud to the class (Wright, 2010). I will then goline through line through the poem and ask for the meaning of each line from differentstudents.
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Closure: Finally, I will give students 15 minutes to write a formal five-paragraph essayon Wordsworth¶s
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The World is Too Much with Us´ and how Wordsworth exhibits thecharacteristics of a Romantic poet using specific examples from the poem.

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