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Backwards Design Lesson Plan
Designer: Jimmy Tinoco Term/Cadre: Fall Term 3
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Cadre 19Subject Area: Language Arts Title: Compare and ContrastStage 1
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Desired ResultsEstablished Goals: R 2.5 Comprehension and Analysis of Grade-Level-Appropriate text: compare and contrastinformation on the same topic after reading several passages or articlesUnderstandings:
Students will understand that: 
- there is/are a signal word/s that tell whether you arecomparing or contrasting- that you can compare and contrast information on thesame topic after reading several passages- that several passages can have details that are similar - that several passages can have details that are different
 
Essential Questions:
What types of passages will have details to compare andcontrast?Will there always be things to compare and contrast in astory?
Students will know: Students will be able to:Stage 2
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Assessment EvidencePerformance Tasks:
Explain
- Students will be introduced to signal words and practice
picking them out of sample sentences explaining why
 (there will be sample of both comparing and contrasting)
Interpret
- the different types of passages being read
Apply, by
- writing sentences that compare and contrast two pictures
of two types of bears making sure they’re using signa
lwords- reading aloud grade-level passages
Reflect
- on how you can use the compare and contrast skill in alltypes of readings- on how you can relate compare and contrast skill to real-world situations
 
Other Evidence:
- approaching whiteboard and circling signal words insentences.- filling out template with
sentence
comparing andcontrasting to pictures that are related in some way- filling out template with complete
sentences
to compareand contrast after reading to grade-level passages- use skills learned to take a multiple-choice test oncomparing and contrasting
 
Stage 3
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Learning PlanLearning Activities:
Abilities
- Students should be able to read a variety of grade-level passagesindependently- Students should be able to understand the concept of two things having similarities and differences
W = Whereto; Where from- Share objective:
I will compare and contrast information on the same topic afterreading several passages or articles.
 - Share that it is an important reading comprehension skill that will make them better readers and thinkers.- Give clarity on what compare and contrast mean along with their signal words andhave them know that they will apply those words to grade-level passages.- Skills will be taught in a sequence that will build up to the main objective.
- Students will know how to find the differences andsimilarities in two different passages.- Students will know how to compare and contrast thecharacters, settings, and plots of two different passages.- Students will be able to find the similarities in two or more different passages.- Students will be able to find the differences in two or more different passages.- Students will be able to compare and contrastdifferent passages across the curriculum.
 
 
H = Hook and Hold-Will you be able to compare and contrast two things that have similarities anddifferences from a passage or passages?- Start with vocabulary and terms that will be needed and used - using PowerPoint- Start by comparing and contrasting two different things that have similarities usingengaging visuals (two types of bears
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grizzly and panda).- Have active discussions and quick writing activities that go with visuals.- Students will come up with their own subjects to compare and contrast
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illustrate
themand write sentencesE = Equip for Expected Performance1
st
- go over meaning of compare and contrast and signal words2
nd
- students are shown sentences on PowerPoint and students have to choose the signalword on a paper that matches the slide in front of them3
rd
- students will be chosen to come up to the board where sentences are written, circlethe signal word, and explain why they chose it (are they comparing/contrasting?)4
th
- students will then be shown two visuals (diff. bears) and are asked to compare them5
th
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1
st
verbally
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then they will write a complete sentence, making sure they use asignal word
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they will then share their sentences6
th
 
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students will come up with their own subjects to compare and contrast
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then write acomplete sentence using their signal words to compare and contrast
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then illustrate their sentences and discuss7
th
- next, students will be given a short passage that includes two compare and contrastquestions
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they will read and compete
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we will discuss in detail the prompt and thequestions along with their answers
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we will analyze thoroughly8
th
 
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students will be given two longer passages on bears (one about grizzlies and theother about pandas)
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students will read both passage and answer compare and contrastquestionsR = Rethink, Revise/Refine, Reflect- when individual students come up to the board, they will explain their answers
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peerswill then agree or disagree by volunteering, or teacher calling random students- students will share answers from their questions for peer review- make sure they are using the signal words used when comparing and contrasting- students will continue to read a variety of passages comparing and contrasting twothings- these skills will be integrated into their writing- have students realize the real world applications for comparing and contrastingE = Encourage Self-Evaluation- asking students if they have clarity on what compare and contrast mean- What part was difficult for them?- students will continue to have the opportunity to read passages where they can compareand contrast across the curriculum

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