The most dangerous game lesson plan

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The most dangerous game lesson plan

  1. 1. The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell pg. 17GLEs1 - Extend basic and technical vocabulary using a variety of strategies (ELA-1-Hl);2 - Identify and explain story elements (ELA-1-H2);3 - Identify and explain the significance of literary devices (ELA-1-H2);21 - Write for various purposes (ELA-2-H6).Skills Focus of ActivityLiterary Skills: Analyze plot structure and foreshadowing.Reading Skills: Make predictions.Writing Skills: Write a story sequel.Lesson pace: 2 - 90 minute classesDay 1Initiating Activity (10 mins)  Preview Vocabulary, p. 171st Activity (25 mins)  Quickwrite: Write a few sentences describing a villain from a novel, story, or movie. Why does the character fascinate you?  Picture Discussion: Who will win?2nd Activity (10 mins)  PowerPoint presentation discussing vocabulary, literary elements and story theme
  2. 2. 3rd Activity (20 mins)  Oral reading of story4th Activity (15-25 mins)  After You Read response and analysis, p. 36Closing Activity (5 mins)  Story recap (even though I have read the story AND discussed the questions, many of the students are on autopilot and miss the unspoken ending of the story, Doing this story recap helps them to see events that they might have missed.)Homework: Write a sequel to the storyDay twoInitiating Activity (10 mins)  Daily Edit1st Activity (20 mins)  Presenting Homework Sequels: What do you think happens next?2nd Activity (15 mins)
  3. 3.  Seminar response: Is Zaroff an insane villain or a bored millionaire?3rd Activity (25 mins)  Complete plot diagram4th Activity (15 mins)  Popup Quizzz – mini comprehension check
  4. 4. Closing Activity (5 mins)  Discuss quiz resultsAccommodations and ModificationsHands-on-projectsIncrease the amount of item allowed to complete assignments and testsPrior notice of testsShorten assignmentsDifferentiation of InstructionPowerPoint presentation supports visual learnersOral presentation/responses support auditory learnersAlternative assessmentsGoal setting with studentsWork alone / together

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