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Teacher                           Course/Grade 8th           Class Period     Day/Date Oct. 3, 2011
Tanaha Scarbrough-Sharp           Language Arts                 1,2,3,4       Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri
COS Standard: (describe) – Based on Subject Pacing Guide


ARMT


1. Lesson Introduction/Motivation/Engagement (describe including resources, materials, time allotted)
Bellringer: Use 4 sentences using the “an” and 4 sentences using the “a.”
Introduction: Students will discuss the plot of “The Monkey’s Paw”
                                                                                         Time 10 min
2. Provide Context/Expectations/Objective/Big Picture Question/Enduring Understanding
Students are expected to compare the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” and “The Third Wish.


                                                                                        Time
3. Instructional Process – Student Activities: Thinking Skills – (Learning Modes: Auditory, Visual,
Kinesthetic, Verbal; Bloom’s Taxonomy



                                                                                         Time
3. Instructional Process – Teacher Behaviors



                                                                                         Time
4. Closure: Tying Learning Together (describe)

Assessing Student Understanding:
                                                                                     Time
5. Extension: How will students apply or extend the learning (homework, research project, writing, etc)
Homework: Students will write 10 sentences using “an”
Students will complete reading the short story “The Third Wish.”

Content (Identifiers – ID’s/Vocabulary/Main Terms, People, Places, Events, etc)

Resources/Materials/Technology
                                Lesson Plan and Classroom Process

Teacher                           Course/Grade 8th           Class Period     Day/Date Oct. 3, 2011
Tanaha Scarbrough-Sharp           Language Arts                 1,2,3,4       Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri
COS Standard: (describe) – Based on Subject Pacing Guide


ARMT


1. Lesson Introduction/Motivation/Engagement (describe including resources, materials, time allotted)
Bellringer: Use 4 sentences using the “an” and 4 sentences using the “a.”
Introduction: Students will discuss the plot of “The Monkey’s Paw”
                                                                                         Time 10 min
2. Provide Context/Expectations/Objective/Big Picture Question/Enduring Understanding
Students are expected to compare the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” and “The Third Wish.


                                                                                        Time
3. Instructional Process – Student Activities: Thinking Skills – (Learning Modes: Auditory, Visual,
Kinesthetic, Verbal; Bloom’s Taxonomy



                                                                                         Time
3. Instructional Process – Teacher Behaviors



                                                                                         Time
4. Closure: Tying Learning Together (describe)

Assessing Student Understanding:
                                                                                     Time
5. Extension: How will students apply or extend the learning (homework, research project, writing, etc)
Homework: Students will write 10 sentences using “an”
Students will complete reading the short story “The Third Wish.”

Content (Identifiers – ID’s/Vocabulary/Main Terms, People, Places, Events, etc)

Resources/Materials/Technology
                                Lesson Plan and Classroom Process

Teacher                           Course/Grade 8th           Class Period     Day/Date Oct. 3, 2011
Tanaha Scarbrough-Sharp           Language Arts                 1,2,3,4       Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri
COS Standard: (describe) – Based on Subject Pacing Guide


ARMT


1. Lesson Introduction/Motivation/Engagement (describe including resources, materials, time allotted)
Bellringer: Use 4 sentences using the “an” and 4 sentences using the “a.”
Introduction: Students will discuss the plot of “The Monkey’s Paw”
                                                                                         Time 10 min
2. Provide Context/Expectations/Objective/Big Picture Question/Enduring Understanding
Students are expected to compare the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” and “The Third Wish.


                                                                                        Time
3. Instructional Process – Student Activities: Thinking Skills – (Learning Modes: Auditory, Visual,
Kinesthetic, Verbal; Bloom’s Taxonomy



                                                                                         Time
3. Instructional Process – Teacher Behaviors



                                                                                         Time
4. Closure: Tying Learning Together (describe)

Assessing Student Understanding:
                                                                                     Time
5. Extension: How will students apply or extend the learning (homework, research project, writing, etc)
Homework: Students will write 10 sentences using “an”
Students will complete reading the short story “The Third Wish.”

Content (Identifiers – ID’s/Vocabulary/Main Terms, People, Places, Events, etc)

Resources/Materials/Technology
                                Lesson Plan and Classroom Process

Teacher                           Course/Grade 8th           Class Period     Day/Date Oct. 3, 2011
Tanaha Scarbrough-Sharp           Language Arts                 1,2,3,4       Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri
COS Standard: (describe) – Based on Subject Pacing Guide


ARMT


1. Lesson Introduction/Motivation/Engagement (describe including resources, materials, time allotted)
Bellringer: Use 4 sentences using the “an” and 4 sentences using the “a.”
Introduction: Students will discuss the plot of “The Monkey’s Paw”
                                                                                         Time 10 min
2. Provide Context/Expectations/Objective/Big Picture Question/Enduring Understanding
Students are expected to compare the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” and “The Third Wish.


                                                                                        Time
3. Instructional Process – Student Activities: Thinking Skills – (Learning Modes: Auditory, Visual,
Kinesthetic, Verbal; Bloom’s Taxonomy



                                                                                         Time
3. Instructional Process – Teacher Behaviors



                                                                                         Time
4. Closure: Tying Learning Together (describe)

Assessing Student Understanding:
                                                                                     Time
5. Extension: How will students apply or extend the learning (homework, research project, writing, etc)
Homework: Students will write 10 sentences using “an”
Students will complete reading the short story “The Third Wish.”

Content (Identifiers – ID’s/Vocabulary/Main Terms, People, Places, Events, etc)

Resources/Materials/Technology
                                Lesson Plan and Classroom Process

Teacher                           Course/Grade 8th           Class Period     Day/Date Oct. 3, 2011
Tanaha Scarbrough-Sharp           Language Arts                 1,2,3,4       Mon Tue Wed Thurs Fri
COS Standard: (describe) – Based on Subject Pacing Guide


ARMT


1. Lesson Introduction/Motivation/Engagement (describe including resources, materials, time allotted)
Bellringer: Use 4 sentences using the “an” and 4 sentences using the “a.”
Introduction: Students will discuss the plot of “The Monkey’s Paw”
                                                                                         Time 10 min
2. Provide Context/Expectations/Objective/Big Picture Question/Enduring Understanding
Students are expected to compare the short story “The Monkey’s Paw” and “The Third Wish.


                                                                                        Time
3. Instructional Process – Student Activities: Thinking Skills – (Learning Modes: Auditory, Visual,
Kinesthetic, Verbal; Bloom’s Taxonomy



                                                                                         Time
3. Instructional Process – Teacher Behaviors



                                                                                         Time
4. Closure: Tying Learning Together (describe)

Assessing Student Understanding:
                                                                                     Time
5. Extension: How will students apply or extend the learning (homework, research project, writing, etc)
Homework: Students will write 10 sentences using “an”
Students will complete reading the short story “The Third Wish.”

Content (Identifiers – ID’s/Vocabulary/Main Terms, People, Places, Events, etc)

Resources/Materials/Technology

				
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