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Lesson Plans for Bagchi/Irick Week of: 8/15/16

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Wednesday

Thursday

Friday-

Interactive Rdaloud/
Shared Rdg:
The Landlady: Turn and
Talk. Answer 1 guiding
question per group. GQ:
POV: What are some
inferences that you can
make about our main
character Billy?
Focused Mini-Lesson:
Demonstrate reading as a
strategic process.
Distinguish between fake
reading (word calling
without understanding)
and what processes
demonstrate
understanding.** Mc
Greggor Reading Salad
Guided/ Independent
Rdg:
Have students provide
tangible evidence of
understanding what they
are reading. GQ: Why did
you pick this book?
Reading Inventory hand
out

Interactive Rdaloud/ Shared


Rdg:
The Landlady: Turn and Talk:
Answer 1 guiding question per
group. GQ: Inferencing:
What are some inferences that
you can make about the
landlady? Use evidence from
text to support answers
Focused Mini-Lesson:
Inferencing: Make an anchor
chart on inferencing using
readaloud excerpt. Ensure that
students make inferences
based on schema and text
evidence. Distinguish between
the two.

Interactive Rdaloud/
Shared Rdg:
The Landlady: Turn and
Talk. GQ: Inferencing:
What are some inferences
that you can make based on
the landladys actions and
words?

Interactive Rdaloud/ Shared


Rdg:
The Landlady: Make a
prediction: what do you think the
outcome is going to be? Draw
attention to foreshadowing in the
last paragraph. Before stopping
point.

Interactive Rdaloud/ Shared Rdg:


The Landlady: complete story. No
discussion at this point. Will be
used for independent writing.

Focused Mini-Lesson:
Inferencing: use another
text excerpt (G
athering
Blue). Guide students in
making inferences based on
schema and text evidence.

Focused Mini-Lesson:
Inferencing: use another text
excerpt (House on Mango Street).
Guide students in making
inferences based on schema and
text evidence.

Focused Mini-Lesson:
Inferencing: use another text excerpt
(use your favorite piece). Guide
students in making inferences based
on schema and text evidence

Guided/ Independent Rdg:


GQ: What is something that
strikes you about your book?

Guided/ Independent Rdg:


Make an inference about the
character in the book.

Guided/ Independent Rdg:


Justify your inference through
schema.

Guided/ Independent Rdg:


Pinpoint your text evidence for your
inference. Explain your thoughts on
the ending of the story.

10:40-11:04:

Shared Writing/ Mini Lesson:


No mini-lesson on Monday.
Tuesday: Components of complete senetnces i.e

Guided / Independent Writing:


IW: baseline on Day 1. Respond in paragraph form to the following prompt Describe yourself as a reader and a student. Tell me about your educational journey i.e. schools you
have attended, what liked or disliked about school, & what you learned. Tell me your strengths and weaknesses with reading and writing as well as information about you as a
student that you would like me to know.