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									                    DAILY LESSON PLAN FORM

Teachers: Ms. Heath and Ms. Palbykin Date: January 24th 2012
Class: 10th Grade English


AGENDA
Sentence Fluency Warm Up
Read the myth of Persephone
Create a “Persephone Post-Secret”
Share


COMMON CORE STANDARDS

R(L).10.1. Cite strong and thorough textual evidence to support analysis of
what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text.
R(L).10.6. Analyze a particular point of view or cultural experience reflected
in a work of literature from outside the United States, drawing on a wide
reading of world literature.
W.10.9. Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support
analysis, reflection, and research.


OBJECTIVES
The student will be able to work on their sentence fluency, showing their
ability to start mastering the skill of writing.
The student will be able to read and comprehend the myth of Persephone.
The student will be able to create his or her own “Persephone Post-Secret”.
The student will be able to share their creation.


MATERIALS NEEDED
Sentence Fluency Warm Up
A copy of the Persephone myth
Card stock
Markers
ACTIVITIES
   Time                 Teacher Procedures                Student Responsibilities

10-15            Sentence Fluency Warm Up                 Students will work on their
minutes                                                   sentence fluency warm up,
                                                          revising sentences for more
                                                          fluid wording.

10 minutes       Distribute myths and start to call on    Read along with the
                 students to read aloud.                  Persephone myth, showing
                                                          speaking and listening
                                                          abilities.




5 minutes        Explain Post-Secret assignment,          Read through activity sheet
                 and pass out activity sheet.             and start to create their
                                                          own Post-Secret

15 minutes       Walk around room to make sure            Work on Post-Secrets,
                 students are on task, giving help        making sure to cite textual
                 when needed.                             evidence and comprehend
                                                          characteristics of
                                                          gods/goddesses in the myth.


5 minutes        Informally assess students by            Students will present their
                 having students share their Post-        Post-Secrets, showing what
                 Secret.                                  they learned, and where in
                                                          the text they learned it
                                                          from.




ASSIGNMENTS/HOMEWORK
Students will write a brief reflection on what they learned from the project.

ASSESSMENT AND ANALYSIS OF STUDENT LEARNING
Post-Secret defense, written on back of project.

								
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