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Teacher: Mara Brandli Subject/Grade Level(s): English 10 British Literature Class length: 0 !

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S$ea%ing and Listening &nit 'ith Be('ul) * 1" +a,s


C(!!(n C(re/+-. C(ntent Standards: CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.1a Come to discussions prepared, having read and researched material under study e!plicitly dra" on that preparation #y re$erring to evidence $rom te!ts and other research on the topic or issue to stimulate a thought$ul, "ell-reasoned e!change o$ ideas. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.1c %ropel conversations #y posing and responding to &uestions that relate the current discussion to #roader themes or larger ideas actively incorporate others into the discussion and clari$y, veri$y, or challenge ideas and conclusions. CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.9-10.' Evaluate a spea(er)s point o$ vie", reasoning, and use o$ evidence and rhetoric, identi$ying any $allacious reasoning or e!aggerated or distorted evidence. /CTE standards: Students ad*ust their use o$ spo(en, "ritten, and visual language +e.g., conventions, style, voca#ulary, to communicate e$$ectively "ith a variety o$ audiences and $or di$$erent purposes. 0bjectives: Students "ill #e a#le to .uild community "ith peers. Come to discussions prepared. Articulate an opinion that is supported #y te!t evidence. %ropel conversations #y posing &uestions. /espond to &uestions. Engage others into a discussion a#out te!t. Listen e$$ectively to peers. 0denti$y and summari1e main ideas. Accurately paraphrase an oral message. 2istinguish #et"een relevant and irrelevant material. Evaluate a spea(er)s point o$ vie". Big .deas/Essential 1uesti(ns: 3o" does community $orm $rom positive communication4 5hat is meaning$ul conversation4 5hat does a spea(er demonstrate #y as(ing &uestions4 5hy is it important to engage people in a conversation4 5ho evaluates communication s(ills4

3oo(6motivation %re-assessment ;ormative assessments

Summative assessment

%lay the game 78elephone9 :-5-L chart- 5hat does meaning$ul conversation loo( and sound li(e4 2o <o")s and =ini-Lessons - >rammar A"areness and =astery Assessments +a ? &uestion e!it slip that notes "hat student (no"s a#out te!t a$ter class reading, /oundta#le Story time >roup /eading /eciprocal /eading 2ress rehearsal Con$erence "ith teacher 8he summative assessment "ill #e a $ormal speech that each student "ill present to the class. %rior to introducing the ru#ric, criteria, and directions $or this assessment, the teacher "ill have already included activities that $amiliari1e students "ith spea(ing in $ront o$ others +i.e. roundta#le discussions and story time a#out .eo"ul$ te!t,. Students "ill choose their speech topic a$ter #rainstorming all topics that students can recall a#out .eo"ul$. 8opics might includerevenge, motherhood, heroism, community, death, love, honor, or legacy. @nless advised other"ise +di$$erentiation,A, all students should include the $ollo"ing criteria in speechB A clear topic that relates to .eo"ul$ te!t B @se o$ an appeal +emotional, logical, or personal, to connect "ith audience so that audience empathi1es "ith your position B Attention getter +&uestion, &uotation, storytelling, startling in$ormation, B 8"o $orms o$ support +e!amples $rom te!t, opinions, anecdotes, B Cisual aid +poster, Dou8u#e clip, %o"er%oint, o#*ect, B %roper grammar usage +areas o$ $ocus- complete sentences, no slang,

2ctivities: +a, 1: 8eacher "ill #egin unit #y as(ing students to play a game o$ 78elephone9 +Auditory, 8eacher "ill assign 7communication partners9 $or the unit. Student-led- 78ell @s A#out...9 e!ercise +0nterpersonal, 8eacher-led- Eutcomes $or 78ell @s A#out9 0n groups, #rainstorm- 1. E$$ective communication tools needed $or a strong 78ell @s A#out.9 F. All o$ the situations "here s(ills $rom 78ell @s A#out9 could #e used. +0nterpersonal, E!plain unit overvie" and goal- %resent a speech a#out Be('ul)

3ome"or(- /ead in$ormational te!t a#out Anglo-Sa!on England +a, ": 2o <o"- A list o$ 10 grammar terms. 5rite do"n either a happy $ace, a stoic $ace, or a sad $ace that sym#oli1es overall com$ort level "ith "ord. =ini-lesson- Clauses - independent and dependent 0nstruct- %o"er%oint a#out Anglo-Sa!on England Simulations- Cultural movements in England +groups role play Ci(ings, Celts, etc., %re-assessment- :5L chart- 5hat does meaning$ul conversation loo( and sound li(e4 >roup read- .eo"ul$ A= Assessment $or (no"ledge +a, 3: 2o no"- 5rite a dependent clause and an independent clause. >roup read Be('ul) "ith active reading strategy. 0ntroduce 7/oundta#le9 activity and 7Story time9 A= Assessment $or (no"ledge +a, #: 2o no"- 0denti$y prepositional phrases. =ini-lesson- %repositional phrase /eciprocal reading- Be('ul) +Students as( reader &uestion, ta(ing turns, A= Assessment $or (no"ledge +a, : 2o no"- 5rite an independent clause "ith a prepositional phrase. Creative "riting "ith >rammar Staggered choral reading- Be('ul) %resent- /oundta#le +F groups o$ G, and Story time +F groups o$ F, A= Assessment +a, 4: 2o no"- 0denti$y appositives. =ini-lesson- Appositives. %resent- /oundta#le +F groups o$ G, and Story time +F groups o$ F, Sel$-assessment- /oundta#le or Story time per$ormance 0ntroduce summative assessment H ru#ric, criteria, and directions .rainstorm all topics $rom Be('ul) as a class, then individually select a topic $or speech +a, 5: 2o no"- 5rite a sentence "ith an independent clause, a dependent clause, a prepositional phrase, and an appositive. 8ed 8al(- Analy1e a speech H 5hat is good4 5hat is not good4 Complete %re"riting /u#ric $or Speech in class, "rite rough dra$t $or Speech, and con$erence "ith teacher +a, 6: 2o no"- 5rite a sentence "ith an independent clause, a dependent clause, a prepositional phrase, and an appositive. =ini-lesson- %articipial phrase

Complete %re"riting /u#ric $or Speech in class, "rite rough dra$t $or Speech, and con$erence "ith teacher +a, 7: 2o no"- 0denti$y the participial phrases and appositives Class discussion- %ros and cons o$ participial phrases and appositives. =ini lesson- Semicolon 2ress rehearsal and peer $eed#ac( $or speeches

+a, 10: 2o no"- 0denti$y the participial phrases, appositives. Creative "riting activity "ith grammar. %resent- Speeches6Evaluate- Strengths and "ea(nesses o$ spea(er +a, 11: %resent- Speeches6 Evaluate- Strengths and "ea(nesses o$ spea(er +a, 1": %resent- Speeches6 Evaluate- Strengths and "ea(nesses o$ spea(er Sel$-assessment H Speech preparation and per$ormance