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  1. 1. Stage One: Desired ResultsTitle: Grade/Subject/Course: Dates: March 23-28Locating information about 3/ELA Weekly Lesson Plan TemplateHistorical FiguresBig Idea(s): Parts of a Book, Teacher:Use technology and other Vera Nora 12:55-1:45information tools to organize andanalyze informationEstablished Goals:List standards and elements ELA3C1 The student demonstrates understanding and control of the rules of theEnglish language, realizing that usage involves the appropriate application ofconventions and grammar in both written and spoken formats. The studenta. Correctly identifies and uses subject/verb agreement and adjectives.e. Speaks and writes in complete and coherent sentences.j. Uses resources (encyclopedias, Internet, books) to research and share informationabout a topic.l. Uses common rules of spelling and corrects words using dictionaries and otherresources.m. Uses appropriate capitalization and punctuation (end marks, commas, apostrophes)ELA3W2 The student writes in a variety of genres, including narrative,informational, persuasive, and response to literature.The student produces informational writing (e.g., procedures, report,correspondence) that:a. Captures a reader’s interest by setting a purpose and developing a point of view.b. Sustains a focused topic.c. Includes the appropriate purpose, expectations, and length for the audience and thegenre.d. Includes relevant examples, facts, anecdotes, and details.e. Uses organizational structures for conveying information (chronological order, causeand effect, similarities and differences, questions and answers).f. Uses a variety of resources (encyclopedia, Internet, books) to research and shareinformation on a topic.j. May be published.AASL2 Draw conclusions, make informed decisions, apply knowledge to new situations, and create newknowledge2.1 4 Use technology and other information tools to analyze and organize information.2.16 Use the writing process, media, and visual literacy, and technology skills to create projects thatexpress new understandingsEnduring Understandings: Essential Questions:Students will understand that… How can I use an informational book to locate details? Knowing the parts of informational books How can I maintain my audience’s interest? helps to locate information quickly How can I use the writing process, media, and visual Technology can be used to organize literacy, and technology skills to create projects that information express new understandings? Writing expresses new understanding How does technology help me organize information? Information is gained through a variety of informational resources Establishing a purpose for writing helps to maintain the writers focusKnowledge: Skills:Students will know… Board of Education Curriculum Department Richmond County August 2005 Students will be able to… Informational books can be divided into Locate information using titles, headings, table of sections for quick location of information content or index
  2. 2. Weekly Lesson Plan TemplateAccommodationsStrategic Learners Strategic learners will be assigned peers. Strategic learners will dictate to peers. Strategic learners will be provided low level-high interest text. Strategic learners will view video on Discovery Streaming of their historical figure. Strategic learners will be given templates for the Thinking MapAdvanced Learners  Advanced students will include a table of contents for their PowerPoint.  Advanced students will copy and insert pictures from Google images into their document.  Tutor or assist other students in creating a PowerPointStudents may work in pairs or as individuals. Students may also select the historical figure oftheir choice.Resources 1. Audio/Visual  Tutorial Video  Power Point in the classroom  Education World PowerPoint tutorials  Discovery Streaming-Caesar Chavez, Mary McLeod Bethune, Paul Revere  http://www.wix.com/noraro/historical-figure-project 2. Graphic Organizers  Hyerie, David & Yeager, Chris, Thinking Maps, A language for learning, 2007 3. Assessment  DataDirector.com -Benchmark Tests  GeorgiaOAS .com –PrePost Test  CRCT-ELARichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  3. 3. Weekly Lesson Plan Template@Thinking Map at www.lifestreamcenter.netRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  4. 4. Weekly Lesson Plan Template Earth Wind & Fire Reflection School________________________________________________ Teacher_____________________________ I get it!!! This is bedrock information…… A thing that is still blowing around in my mind is… Hot Topic!!! What I need right now is…Richmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  5. 5. Weekly Lesson Plan Template Self Reflection 1. What I liked best about this assignment was 2. The most difficult part of this assignment was 3. The most important thing that I learned from this assignment was 4. If I had to do this assignment again, I would probablyRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  6. 6. Weekly Lesson Plan Template Powerpoint Appearance and Content : Historical Figure Teacher Name: Mrs Nora Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2 1Content - All content Most of the content is The content is Content is typicallyAccuracy throughout the accurate but there is generally accurate, confusing or contains presentation is one piece of but one piece of more than one factual accurate. There are information that might information is clearly error. no factual errors. be inaccurate. flawed or inaccurate.Spelling and Presentation has no Presentation has 1-2 Presentation has 1-2 Presentation hasGrammar misspellings or misspellings, but no grammatical errors more than 2 grammatical errors. grammatical errors. but no misspellings. grammatical and/or spelling errors.Sequencing of Information is Most information is Some information is There is no clear planInformation organized in a clear, organized in a clear, logically sequenced. for the organization of logical way. It is easy logical way. One card An occasional card information. to anticipate the type or item of information or item of information of material that might seems out of place. seems out of place. be on the next card.Effectiveness Project includes all Project includes most Project is missing Project is lacking material needed to material needed to more than two key several key elements gain a comfortable gain a comfortable elements. It would and has inaccuracies understanding of the understanding of the make an incomplete that make it a poor topic. It is a highly material but is lacking study guide. study guide effective study guide. one or two key elements. It is an adequate study guide.Teacher AssessmentRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  7. 7. Weekly Lesson Plan TemplatePowerPoint Creator__________________________Grade the PowerPoint- Place a + or - beside each area Suggestions for improvementEach slide has a titleThe slides are arranged inorder according to theThinking MapEvery slide except the titlehas three factsThere are nor spelling errorsSlides are easy to readPowerPoint Creator__________________________ Partner_________________________Grade the PowerPoint- Place a check beside each area that is correct Suggestions for improvementEach slide has a titleThe slides are arranged inorder according to theThinking MapEvery slide except the titlehas three factsThere are nor spelling errorsSlides are easy to readRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  8. 8. Weekly Lesson Plan TemplateRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  9. 9. Weekly Lesson Plan TemplatePrintable Practice Tests 2008 at www.GeorgiaOAS.orgRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005
  10. 10. Weekly Lesson Plan TemplateRichmond County Board of Education Curriculum Department August 2005

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