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  • 1. LESSON PLAN Date: February 27, 2012 School: Jose Campeche Teacher: ___Mr. Sosa_____________ Grade: 12th I. Theme: Writing Workshop II. Phase: Exploration X Conceptualization ApplicationComments: III. Integration: Arts IV. Standard(s) and Grade Level Expectation:In this lesson plan, thestudents will work withthe same vocabulary Content Standards 12th Grade Expectationswords they have worked LISTENING/SPEAKING: _X__ L/S.12.1 Listens carefully during a read aloud, presentation, orbefore. This lesson will performance from a variety of literature, periods, genres, and styles toserve as a review for interpret and analyze character development, dialogue, and setting; makes connections to text; evaluates tone, voice, and mood.the quiz they have to The student uses the English languagetake in the next lesson. to interpret oral input, construct ___ L/S.12.2 Listens and responds to synthesize, explain, describe, analyze,This is a reteach for meaning, interact with confidence both justify, and debate information; answers and formulates closed and verbally and nonverbally, and express openended questions.more comprehention. ideas effectively in a variety of personal, social, and academic ___ L/S.12.3 Uses appropriate language structure to analyze and evaluate issues, to problem solve, to explain a process, and to express opinions contexts. integrating comparison and contrast statements. ___ L/S.12.4 Expresses thoughts and opinions to evaluate text, debate current events, concepts, and literary elements; makes predictions and inferences, as well as draws conclusions from listening to a variety of texts, performances, and multimedia sources; listens to sort and prioritize information. ___ L/S.12.5 Analyzes and explains the main idea or topic and important details from learned concepts or readings from a variety of persuasive texts; summarizes, evaluates, and judges effectiveness of the text, performance, speech, or literature. READING: _X__ R.12.1 Evaluates context clues, reference sources, and vocabulary expansion strategies to assess word meaning; utilizes Greek and Latin root The student uses reading strategies, words to extend vocabulary; classifies, applies, and analyzes vocabulary as literary analysis, and critical thinking academic, cultural, or contemporary based on current trends. skills to construct meaning and develop an understanding as well as an ___ R.12.2 Argues on characterization techniques and character development using text evidence to justify responses; evaluates the setting in fiction and appreciation of a variety of genres of nonfiction; classifies point of view using text evidence to supp ort responses. both fiction and nonfiction. ____ R.12.3 Classifies genre, analyzes plot, establishes cause and effect; makes connections, predictions, and inferences in a variety of texts; draws conclusions; analyzes and determines conflict and resolution; uses text evidence to validate responses. ___ R.12.4 Distinguishes between fact and opinion, infers and supports the main idea in a variety of texts; debates the theme or topic using text
  • 2. evidence to justify and validate position. ___ R.12.5 Uses elements of poetry and plays to analyze, interpret, and compare and contrast styles, genres, topics, and themes; debates using text evidence to justify position. WRITING: _X__ W.12.1 Analyzes and assesses word choice to convey meaning; incorporates transitions, correct grammar, syntax, and style. ___ W.12.2 Evaluates and applies a variety of organizational techniques to The student effectively communicates write effective narrative, expository, and persuasive essays using the writing to a variety of audiences in all forms process; demonstrates a preferred style of writing. of writing through the use of the writing process, proper grammar, and ___ W.12.3 Uses creative writing styles to produce poems and other literary age appropriate expressive vocabulary. forms. ___ 12.4 Compares, contrasts, evaluates, and critiques two or more forms of writing on similar topics to write a critical essay. ___ W.12.5 Organizes, synthesizes, outlines, and evaluates information to write a research paper; demonstrates voice and knowledge of topic throughout the writing.V. Depth of Knowledge: ___ L1 Recall ___ L2 Skills/Concepts __X_ L3 Strategic Thinking ___ L4 Extended ThinkingVI. Objectives: Conceptual: Given the flashcards, the students will classify the vocabulary words with their proper definition in debate form. Procedural: Given the flashcards, the students will arrange the definitions of the vocabulary words orally and written. Attitudinal: Upon ending the class, the student will appreciate the parts of the essay toa new level of appreciation.VII. Materials: a. Curriculum Material: “You Can Write” and “Writing for the Real World” textbooks b. Teaching Devices: flashcards based on the vocabulary words about the parts of the essay.
  • 3. c. Technological Materials: board, marker, eraser VIII. Procedure: a. Initial Activities: 1. _X_ Greetings 2. _X_ Date 3. _X_ AttendanceVocabulary Words: 4. _X_ Review on:EssayComposition 5. Motivation Act. A reflection based on the weight life puts on you. It will beTopic orally.IntroductionStructure 6. Other Activities: Diversity, Creativity, Leadership, and Soc. Trans.Conclusion Use creative activity to get attention and make a difference.Supporting ideas 6. Statement of Aims: Ok students, today we are going to review the parts of the essay by arranging the definitions of the vocabulary words.Topic sentenceThesis statementRestate thesis b. Developmental Activities:Closing statement The teacher will divide the students in two groups, Group A and Group BWrite The students will play rock, paper, and scissors and select either a definition or a vocabulary word.Copy The students have to say which term belongs to whom.ParagraphDraft c. Closing Activities: The students will do a matching exercise in order to review what was covered on the day.Guide Questions:The guide questions will IX. Assessment Techniques:be based on the parts _X_ reflective diary __ collage _X_ summary __ conceptual mapof the essay (in otherwords, on the __check list __ rubric __ interview _X_ group discussionvocabulary words). __ concrete poems __ debate __ drama __ graphic organizer
  • 4. __ comic strips __ projects __ illustration __ painting/drawing __ portfolio __ games _questionnaire _X_ anecdotic record __oral reports __ skit X. Homework: XI. Special Accommodations offered: None so far XII. Teacher’s Reflections (material, method, and objectives):I feel bad that I have to reteach my lesson. My students are slow and I am not doing a good job.This is sometimes frustrating. Still, my objectives were met accurately. I am real happy for thislesson. Everything went alight and my students had a lot of fun. I wish I could live this moment overand over again.

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