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Lesson Plan Template

Teacher: Fay Burnett Grade Level: 6-8 Date(sJanuary12-February 16,2018Content Area: Social
Studies and Language Arts
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.1 Student Friendly Learning Targets
Congruent to Standard(s):
Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of
primary and secondary sources, attending to such
Social Studies:
features as the date and origin of the information.
I can read text and primary sources to
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.7.3 answer questions about events that
happened in American History..
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences
or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive I can identify the reasons colonies
details, and well-structured event sequences revolted against England
I can make a timeline of the
Analyze in detail a series of events described in a video Revolutionary War.
or text and answer questions in Edgenuity.
I can identify the reasons slavery
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RH.9-10.4 developed in the Southern Colonies.
Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are
I can do research and produce an
used in a text, including vocabulary describing political,
informational power point.
social, or economic aspects of history/social science
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.7.3.A I can listen and watch a video on current
Engage and orient the reader by establishing a context events and answer meaningful questions
and point of view and introducing a narrator and/or about the content. (CNN Student News)
characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds
naturally and logically. Language Arts:
I can use the five-step writing process to
address specific writing purposes.

I can edit my own compositions as well as the

writing of others to correct errors in:
I can create original, simple and detailed
sequential stories

From a prompt, I can use the writing process

to develop a composition that contains
specific, relevant details and transitions.

I can apply basic grammar rules.

I can read text and listen to video to learn

about grammar and literature, using this
information to answer questions in Edgenuity.

Instructional Method/Instructional Delivery Critical Vocabulary and Lesson Notes

X Guided Discussion  Providing Descriptive Feedback Vocabulary is developed to develop an
understanding of both grammar and meaning.
X Reading X Direct Instruction
X Audio/Visual/Technology  Workshop Model
X Small Group X Demo/Hands-on
 Partner/Pairs
 Other (Describe)

Lesson Strategies and Activities: Methods of Formative / Summative Assessments:

 Flash Back X Exit Slip
Language Arts X Bell Ringer  Oral Questions
 Quiz  Open Response
Students will watch CNN Student News daily and
 Constructed Response  On-Demand
discuss it as it applies to student’s daily lives.
 Multiple Choice X Presentation
X Conferring  Live Scoring
Students will work independently on Edgenuity.  Self-Evaluation/Student Self-Assessment
Students will write a short story, letter, report, or
brochure using the writing process on Google
X Modifications/Accommodations for Students with IE
Identified Disabilities According to IEP’s

Students will do vocabulary and grammar work

throughout the week.

Social Studies
Students will watch CNN Student News daily and
discuss it as it applies to student’s daily live
Students will work independently on Edgenuity.
Small group and individual activities will be used
to supplement Edgenuity.
Student will work on reading comprehension in
Student will do graphic organizers as needed.
Student will do research on various events.
Student will use and identify text features using
the newspaper.
Student will recall and evaluate information from
text in daily activities and tests.

Exit/Assessment: teacher observation/student work

Assignments / Classroom Work / Home Assignments: