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WVSU LESSON PLAN FORMAT (Updated 1/13) Teacher Candidate Amanda Carpenter Date April 30, 2014 School Sissonville Middle

School Grade/Subject 7th Grade / English Unit Topic Edgar Allen Poe Poetry Lesson Topic Annabel Lee / Narrative Poetry/Ballad/Figurative Language Lesson Two INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES/ STUDENT OUTCOMES 1. a. Students will identify metaphors in the poem I wandered Lonely as a Cloud b. Students will identify similes in the poem I wandered lonely as a cloud c. Students will identify personification in the poem I wandered Lonely as a Cloud 2. a. Students will identify the characteristics of Ballads by studying the poem Annabel Lee b. Students will identify the characteristics of Ballads by studying Ballads that have been turned into songs (Bleeding Love, Because of you, Love Story, and She Will be Loved) 6. Students will compose a ballad of their own by applying their knowledge of its structure WV CSOS 1. R.L.7.4 Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in text; including figurative meanings; analyze the impact of rhymes and other repetitions (e.g. alliteration, assonance) of sounds on a specific stanza of a poem 2. R.L.7.5 Analyze how a poem’s form or structure contributes to its meaning. NATIONAL STANDARDS 6. Students apply knowledge of language structures, language conventions, media techniques, figurative language, and genre to create, critique, and discuss print and non-print texts. MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Overall Time 90 mins. Time Frame 5 mins. Introduce class to vocabulary terms needed for days activities and introduction to what I will be teaching 15 mins Pass out copy of poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud, read aloud, have the students to identify an example of a simile, metaphor, and personification within the poem, collect papers to assess their knowledge 10 mins Flip Lesson/Annabel Lee reading, explain why it is a ballad, and discuss the theme of the Poem. 15 mins. Go over ballad songs, allow them to listen to portions of each song 40 mins. Allow the students to create their own ballad poem/song

5 mins. Closure, Summarizing Key Points STRATEGIES Teacher led discussions, flip lesson, class discussions, music audio, worksheets, creative work DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION/ ADAPTATIONS/ INTERVENTIONS (Learning Styles, Students with Special Needs, Cultural Differences, ELL)  copies of poems and songs to handout to fulfill visual learner needs  listening to music to fulfill audio learners  Walk around offering independent support for those that need it PROCEDURES: Introduction/ Lesson Set  Discuss what I will be teaching them and what our goals for the day is  Have key terms on the smart board when they walk into the room to write into a voc. journal.  Talk about metaphors, similes, and personification by giving them examples. PROCEDURES: Body & Transitions  Pass out copies of I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud,  Have the students to identify similes, metaphors and personification that are found within the poem.  Take up poem to formally asses  Allow students to watch “Flip Lesson”. This will describe Ballad Poetry, Annabel Lee, tone and themes and why this is a ballad.  Then pass out copies of 4 songs  Allow them to listen to audio versions of songs while they read along.  Explain how these songs are ballads and discuss the themes and poems  Pass out a Poem template  Allow the students to create their own musical ballads by following correct structur PROCEDURES: Closure  Take up Students Poems  Summarize the key points of the lesson  Answer any questions they have  Gather materials  Line Up ASSESSMENT: Diagnostic  Asking questions at the beginning of lesson, to gauge prior knowledge and gain interest ASSESSMENT: Formative  Asking questions as I am presenting  Having them identify metaphors, similes, and personification  Walk around an help students as they are working on their ballads ASSESSMENT: Summative  No summative assessment for this lesson MATERIALS  Computer  Speakers  Internet access

 audio versions of songs  Smart Board  Copy of I wandered Lonely as a Cloud  Copy of Annabel Lee  Copy of 4 songs  Power Points  Poem Template EXTENDED ACTIVITIES If Student Finishes Early  Have them to identify metaphors, similes, and personifications in the songs If class finishes early  Have students read their ballads out loud If Technology Fails  Will have music copied on CD  Can write vocabulary terms on beard  Will have a copy of all power points so I can read the information aloud and write on white board POST-TEACHING Reflections Data Based Decision Making