Goal 1- Impact student learning through cross-curriculum collaboration. Domains: 1d, 3c
Goal 2- Use knowledge of students to make instructional decisions. Domains: 1b, 1e, 4e
Goal 3- Use technology to enhance instruction and student learning. Domains: 1d, 3e, 4a
Standards: Goals and Project Presentation
- RL.6.1, RL.6.3, RL.6.5, RL.6.10
- L.6.2, L.6.4c
- LP.6.3.1f, LP.6.3.1i, LP.6.3.3a, LP.6.4.1f-g, LP.6.4.3a-b, LP.6.5.2a
- Problem Solving
Academic Vocabulary: Plot, Setting, Conflict, apparatus, resilient, slacken, immense, savor, tumultuously
Lessons: Monday- Thursday:
- Introduce vocabulary in context: apparatus, resilient, slacken, immense, savor, tumultuously
- Meet the Author: Ray Bradbury All Summer in a Day
- Students analyze the photograph on page 69; Ask for volunteers use descriptive words to describe the photograph
- Read background information on Venus
- Draw student’s attention to the use of dialogue without speech tags in lines 1-8; Who is speaking? How do you know who is speaking?
- Ask students to evaluate the author’s use of simile in lines 7-8 to describe the children “The children pressed to each other like so many roses, so many weeds, intermixed…” and share their what they think the author is saying.
- Read the story through; Reread while paying attention to the guiding questions in the margins
- Watch YouTube video of All Summer in a Day and complete a compare/contrast Venn Diagram of the story in the textbook and the video
- Writing Journal
- Plot Diagram Story Map
- Venn Diagram
- Read for 20 minutes and complete Home Reading Log.
Academic Vocabulary across curriculum
Post: ****Week of Oct. 11-17 Home Reading Log due on Wednesday Oct. 18th