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Literacy
1:
8/23‐8/27


Weekly
Lesson
Plans

Instructional
Chunk
 Monday
 Tuesday
 Wednesday
 Thursday
 Friday

GLET

 • 3.b
(use
standard
 • 6.a
(read
and
respond
 • 6.a
(read
and
respond
 • 6.a
(read
and
respond
 • 3.b
(use
standard

English
in
writing
 to
a
variety
for
lit
that
 to
a
variety
for
lit
that
 to
a
variety
for
lit
that
 English
in
writing

including
 represents
 represents
 represents
 including

pronoun/antecedent
 perspectives
from
 perspectives
from
 perspectives
from
 pronoun/antecedent

agreement,
sub/verb
 places,
people
and
 places,
people
and
 places,
people
and
 agreement,
sub/verb

agreement,
 events
that
are
 events
that
are
 events
that
are
 agreement,

reg/irregular
verbs)
 familiar
and
 familiar
and
 familiar
and
 reg/irregular
verbs)

unfamiliar)
 unfamiliar)
 unfamiliar)
 • 6.a
(read
and
respond

• 3.c
(writes
in
 • 1.g
(infer
by
making
 • 1.g
(infer
by
making
 to
a
variety
for
lit
that

complete
sentences)
 connections
within
 connections
within
 represents

and
among
texts)
 and
among
texts)
 perspectives
from

places,
people
and

events
that
are

familiar
and

unfamiliar)


 
 
 
 
 

CO
 SWBAT
identify
and
use
 SWBAT
engage
with
a
 SWBAT
begin
coding
their
 SWBAT
use
coding
to
 SWBAT
engage
with
their

the
different
types
of
 short
story
by
using
active
 novel
of
choice
by
using
 understand
the
plot
and
 reading
by
tracking
text‐
nouns
by
writing
 reading
coding
strategies

 active
reading
coding
 progression
of
their
N
of
 to‐self
connections.

sentences
focused
on
 strategies
 C
by
writing
gist

nouns.
 statements
from
their

coding
notes

Formative
Assessment
 Sentence
construction
 Individual
coding
during
 Coding
of
Novel
of
Choice
 Gist
Statements
 Quiz
on
Nouns

You
Do

Key
Vocabulary
 Noun,
common
noun,
 Coding,
active
reading,
 Dewey
Decimal
System
 Gist
 Text‐to‐Self
connection

• Use
realia
 proper
noun,
singular
 vocab
from
text

• Label
the
room
 noun,
plural
noun,

• Preteach
vocabulary
 compound
noun

• Connect
two

• Word
sorts

• Concept
maps

• Picture
dictionaries

• Dramatize
vocabulary

Warm‐ups
 Brainstorm:
Why
is
 Write
the
sentences
in
 Brainstorm:
How
can
I
use
 Change
the
nouns
from
 Write
down
any
questions

Motivation/Building
 grammar
taught?

Why
is
 your
notebook
and
 the
library
effectively?
 singular
to
plural
and
 you
have
about
nouns.

Background/Anticipatory
 it
important?
 identify
which
words
are
 from
common
to
proper.

Set
(Why
do
we
want
to
 nouns.

learn
this?)

• Think/Pair/Share

• K‐W‐L

• Making
predictions

• Dyad/Journal

• Activate
Prior

Knowledge

• Engaging
scenario

• Posing
an
essential

question

Lesson
for
1st
Time
 • PowerPoint
on
 • Explain
why
coding
 • Library
 • Class
long
 • Model
how
to

Instruction
(How
best
 different
types
of
 is
helpful.
 Procedures
and
 formative
 make
T‐to‐S

might
we
learn?)
 nouns.
 • Review
different
 how
to
find
a
 assessment
using
 connections

I
Do
 • Discussion
on
why
 categories
of
codes.
 book
 coding
skills
for
 using
“One
More

Modeled
tasks

 you
need
to
know
 • Read
and
model
 • Review
of
the
 the
book
chosen
 Lesson”

• Think
Aloud
 the
different
types
 beginning
of
“The
 different
types
of
 the
previous
day.

• Modeled
Writing
 of
nouns.
 Lady
or
the
Tiger”
 codes

• Read
Aloud

+
Think
 • Finding
the
noun
in
a
 

Aloud
 sentence
and

• Visualization
 identifying
which

• Story
Frames
 type
of
noun
it
is.

• Modeled

Brainstorming

We
Do
 • A
sentence
is
cut
 • In
partners,
read
 • Discuss
one
 
 • Ss
and
Teacher

• SQP2RS












 into
individual
 the
following
 example
of
each
 create
T‐to‐S
for

(Survey,
 words
and
then
 paragraph
and
 code
from
“Ice”
 “Ice”

Question,
 reconstructed.
 code
it.

Once

Predict,
Read,
 • Identify
the
 this
is
done,

Respond,
 nouns
of
the
 share
out
with

Summarize)

 sentence.
 class.



• Heads
Down
(Butts
 • Discuss
the
 • Read
the

Up)
 pattern
of
where
 following

• Carousel
 nouns
are
found.
 paragraph
and

• Concentric
Circles
 use
a
different

• Gallery
Walk
 code.

• Jigsaw

• Round
Table
Round

Robin

• Interactive
writing

• Brainstorming

• Reciprocal
teaching

• Socratic
Seminar


You
Do
 • Ss
identify
the
 • Finish
the
story
 • Ss
begin
reading
 
 • Quiz
on
nouns

• Small
Skills
Group
 types
of
nouns
in
 independently
 their
novel
of
 • T‐to‐S
connection

Pull
Outs
 a
paragraph.
 and
use
every
 choice
and
 in
N
of
C

• Journaling
Individual
 code
at
least
 practice
coding

or
Interactive
 once
 independently

• Selective
underlining

• 2‐Column
Notes/

Cornell
Notes

• Jigsaw

• Gallery
Walk

• Role
Plays

• Group
Summaries

• Double
Entry

Journals

• Socratic
Seminar

Closure
 • Ss
write
one
 • What
does
 • Which
code
do
 • Of
which
code
do
 • Why
are
T‐to‐S

• Review
Content
and
 sample
sentence
 “active
reading”
 you
find
most
 I
need
more
 connections

Language
 for
each
type
of
 mean
to
you?
 effective
in
 clarification?

 important?

Objectives
 noun
covered
 How
is
coding
 helping
you
stay
 How
can
I

• Summarize

 
 useful
to
you?
 engaged?

Why?

 develop
this
skill?

• Response
Boards
 Which
code
helps

• Individual

reflection
 you
comprehend

journal
 the
most?

Why?

• Cloze
activity

• Outcome

Statements


Differentiation
for
 • St:
Review
the
 • St:
Based
on
the
 • St:
Small
Group
 • St:
small
group
 • St:
small
group

struggling
or
advanced
 characteristics
of
 We
Do,
 review
of
coding
 instruction
 instruction

learners:
 nouns,
compile
a
 struggling
 procedures
and
 • Ad:
write
gist
 • Ad:
create
text‐
list,
apply
to
 students
are
 then
one‐on‐one
 statements,
 to‐text
and
text‐
paragraph.
 pulled
into
small
 help
as
needed.
 develop
a
theme,
 to‐world

• Ad:
Ss
are
given
a
 group
instruction
 • Ad:
Continue
 identify
textual
 connections

more
difficult
 to
have
more
 reading
novel
 support
for
the

paragraph
with
 guided
practice
 theme

exceptions
to
 with
coding.

rules.
 • Ad:
Ss
write
gist

statements


(based
on
codes‐

specifically

“clarify”)
for

each
section.

Resources:
 Noun
ppt,
noun
handout,
 Coding
sheet,
copies
of
 “Ice”,
novel
of
choice
 
Novel
of
choice
 “One
More
Lesson”,

paragraph
for
 “One
More
Lesson”,
 “Ice”,
N
of
C

identification,
Language
 “Ice”

Network