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									                   Lesson Plan
                      Day
Unit         Fiction
Focus        A Stolen Day
Objectives      1. To understand and analyze a short
                   story.
                2. To examine a writer’s use of point of
                   view.
                3. To use reviewing while reading to
                   improve understanding.
                4. To express understanding of the story
                   through a choice of writing forms,
                   including a journal entry or an
                   explanation
                1. In “The Ransom of Red Chief,” Bill
                   Driscoll and the narrator took Red
                   Chief down to the south.
Bell Work       2. they wanted his father to pay a large
                   ransom
             Read “A Stolen Day” p. 78



Lesson
               1. What is the author’s purpose?
               2. What point of view is “A Stolen Day
                  Written in?”
Group work     3. What is the exposition?
               4. What is the climax?
               5. What is the main idea of the story?
               6. What is the significance of the title
                  of the story?
               7. How is the narrator different from
                  Walter?
Independent        1. Why does the boy suddenly have pains
                      in his legs and back?
work               2. What does the narrator hear about
                      inflammatory rheumatism that
                      frightens him?
                   3. How does the boy’s mother react to
                      his coming home?
                   4. What does the boy catch?
                   5. What makes the boy feel sick at the
                      end of the story?
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