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Name: Daphnie Peterson

Date:

10/10/13

Subject: Language Arts

Grade: 10th

Activity 1. 1: Oral Expression Activity Materials needed Resources Lesson Standard: and 2: Listening Content Area: Reading, Writing, and Communicating Watc t e video on 4rea2 classGrade into 5 • Examples o# similes http://www !outube com/watch"#$uoS%&N'()L' Grade Level Expectation: Tent and metap ors 1ouTu%e a%out ) at a groups. Eac group http://www corestandards org Evidence Outcome: simile and a metap or )ill construct http://www cde state co us/coe*tendedeo • 0aga6ines are and o) t e$ are posters. !tudents can: %oo+ used in ma2ing • !cissors a. "nitiate and participate e##ectivel$ in a range o# colla%orative discussions &one'on'one, in )riting exciting. ,ra-! .i+e a /o* Aand Simi.e stor! groups, and teac er led( )it diverse partners on grades *'1+ topics, texts, issues, %uilding • Glue ont ot ers, ideas and expressing t eir o)n clearl$ and persuasivel$. &CC!!: !L.*'1+.1( 3ollo) e video %$ %! Loreen Leed! reading a s ort • poster %oard ii. !upport ot ers in discussions, activities, and presentations t roug active listening. c ildren,s stor$ on similes. iii. Listen activel$ in groups to accomplis a goal
Extended Evidence Outcome: -articipate in t e preparation o# a group activit$ or product.

Content Objective: " )ant students to learn a%out similes and metap ors to increase t eir )riting more exciting and interesting. Objective: !tudent )ill %$ t e end o# t e lesson %e a%le to identi#$ t e di##erence %et)een a simile and a metap or, and express eac properl$ . out o# / times in an expression.

ESSENTIAL VOCABULAR : !imiles, 0etap ors

Name: Daphnie Peterson

Date:

10/10/13

Subject: Language Arts

Grade: 10th

Opening:
Teac er )ill as2 t e group i# t e$ 2no) ) at a simile and a metap or is. Teac er )ill t en give a couple examples o# eac .

Classroom Management:
T e class )ill %egin as a large group to %e introduced to t e lesson, )atc t e video and read t e s ort %oo2. A#ter t e introduction t e class )ill %e %ro2en up into 5 groups.

Name: Daphnie Peterson

Date:

10/10/13

Subject: Language Arts

Grade: 10th

Lesson Activities: I 'o (teac!er instruction) Para 0teac er( )ill introduce ) at a simile is • a #igure o# speec used to compare t)o t ings • usuall$ includes t e )ords 7li2e or as8 -ara &teac er( )ill introduce ) at a metap or is • suggests t at t e dissimilar t ings are t e same

Lesson C!ec"s #or Understandin$ and Assessments: %re&assessment As2 class i# t e$ metap ors %e#ore. ave eard o# similes or

"# not t en give t em examples • • !imile example' 7Cra6$ li2e a #ox8 0etap or example' 7T e apple o# m$ e$e8

*e 'o (c+ass,$rou- activit.) -ara &teac er( )ill %rea2 t e class into 5 groups to )or2 on posters. Eac group )ill %e given a s eet o# paper )it examples o# similes or metap ors, maga6ines, and ot er supplies needed

'urin$ As 9uestions arise in t e groups, -ara &teac er( )ill ans)er and continue to encourage students to complete posters.

ou 'o (student -ractice) !tudents )ill )or2 on posters to o%tain more 2no)ledge and ave examples o# similes and metap ors. At t e end o# t e pro:ect, eac group )ill present t eir poster to t e class reading ) at t e$ ave put toget er.

%ost&assessment -ara &teac er( )ill read #rom %ot example s eets given to eac o# t e groups. T e teac er )ill t en give t e class an opportunit$ to s o) ) at t e$ ave learned %$ deciding ) et er or not t e example read is a simile or a metap or. T is is an in#ormal assessment o# t eir 2no)ledge.

Name: Daphnie Peterson

Date:

10/10/13

Subject: Language Arts

Grade: 10th

Extended Learning/Re teac!ing: Teac er )ill loo2 over notes #rom -ara to c ec2 on t e success o# t e lesson presented and revie) posters made %$ t e t)o groups o# students. T is assessment )ill allo) teac er to see i# students a #irm understanding o# t e lessons content. ave

3or t ose students ) om ave a #irm understanding o# ) at similes and metap ors are, teac er )ill extend t e lesson %$ aving t at group use t ese parts o# speec into t eir )riting &e.g. s ort stor$, a simile or a metap or t e$ ave come up )it , or a picture representing ) at t e simile is or ) at t e metap or is.

Antici-ator. Set (/*L, *!at I "no0) • • 1hat do the students a.read! +now /ront .oad e*amp.es o2 a simi.e and metaphor

Structure o# +esson T e lesson )ill %e in#ormal )it -ara lead instruction. "n t e "LC classroom. • • •

1odi#ications,Accommodations ;se o# pictures instead o# )ords -recut )ords, letters or pictures. <and )ritten )ords and=or letters

Reflection:

Name: Daphnie Peterson "!o didn#t meet t!e o$%ective&

Date:

10/10/13 "!at 'ould ( c!ange&

Subject: Language Arts Grade: 10th )o' did ( differentiate&