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Email Mrs. Bennett at: bennetn1@martin.k12.fl.us

ELL/ESE Strategies
Where appropriate, the following lesson accommodations are utilized for identified ESE and NES students. 1. Provide written outline. 2. Write key points on the board. 3. Make sure directions are understood. 4. Allow extra time to complete tasks. 5. Reduce class/homework assignments. 6. Handout worksheets one at a time. 7. Provide structured routine in written form. 8. Permit computer printed assignments. 9. Provide written directions. 10. Allow extra time for exams. 11. Read all test items. 12. Allow student(s) to write on test. 13. Keep all directions simple and clear. 14. Use materials from a lower skill level if necessary. 15. Class work may be completed at home. 16. Assign buddies and peer tutors. 17. Utilize the Total Physical Response. 18. Limit correcting errors in pronunciation or vocabulary.

  • Differentiated Instruction:
  • Kagan grouping,
  • scaffolded lessons,
  • small group instruction,
  • teacher conferencing,
  • visual & kinesthetic activities

 

 

 

WEEK 10 October 12-October 16

ELA Class

 

8th Grade

7th Grade

Weekly Resources

Monday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.2.4
  • LAFS.7.RL.2.4

Target

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer Model

Task

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to creatw student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to creatw student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms

Tuesday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, RL.1.3
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2, RL.1.3

Target

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

Task

.Students will locate areas in Anthem that display tone and mood, inference, and connotation.

.Students will locate areas in Anthem that display tone and mood, inference, and connotation.

Wednesday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

Students will listen to a reading of an informative article from Flesh and Blood so Cheap

Task

After reading chapter 3 in Anthem students will create a short constructed response

Create an outline of the main idea and details of the informative article Flesh and Blood so Cheap.

Thursday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

I can use text evidence to support mythinking about what the text says directly and indirectly (inferences.)

Students will listen to a reading of an informative article from Flesh and Blood so Cheap

Task

After reading chapter 3 in Anthem students will create a short constructed response

Create an outline of the main idea and details of the informative article Flesh and Blood so Cheap.

Friday

 

 

Standard

  • various

Various

Target

Quiz on weekly grammar and vocabulary. 

Quiz on weekly grammar and vocabulary

Task

Assessment

Assessment

Reading Class

Weekly schedule unless disrupted by testing or holidays:  Monday, Wednesday, Freckle & Independent reading journaling.  Tuesday/Thursday read aloud with mini reading and writing lessons.  Testing Friday

 

8th Grade

7th Grade

Weekly Resources

 

 

Monday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

I can understand the themes and messages an author is conveying

I can understand the themes and messages an author is conveying

Task

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Tuesday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

I can make connections to the text and message the author is conveying

I can make connections to the text and message the author is conveying

Task

Chapter 19  read aloud chapter from WTRFG with chapter discussion question reflecting on a what would you do scenario

Chapter 19  read aloud chapter from WTRFG with chapter discussion question reflecting on a what would you do scenario

Wednesday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

I can understand the themes and messages an author is conveying

I can understand the themes and messages an author is conveying

Task

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Thursday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

Last Chapter of WTRFG

Last chapter of WTRFG

Task

Reading strategy book word choice lesson #

Reading strategy book text structure lesson #

Friday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, W.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2, W.1.2

Target

I can determine the central idea of a chapter

I can determine the central idea of a text.

Task

For a test assessment grade, students will come up with names for each of the 20 chapters in WTRFG.

For a test assessment grade, students will come up with names for each of the 20 chapters in WTRFG.

ELL/ESE Strategies
Where appropriate, the following lesson accommodations are utilized for identified ESE and NES students. 1. Provide written outline. 2. Write key points on the board. 3. Make sure directions are understood. 4. Allow extra time to complete tasks. 5. Reduce class/homework assignments. 6. Handout worksheets one at a time. 7. Provide structured routine in written form. 8. Permit computer printed assignments. 9. Provide written directions. 10. Allow extra time for exams. 11. Read all test items. 12. Allow student(s) to write on test. 13. Keep all directions simple and clear. 14. Use materials from a lower skill level if necessary. 15. Class work may be completed at home. 16. Assign buddies and peer tutors. 17. Utilize the Total Physical Response. 18. Limit correcting errors in pronunciation or vocabulary.

  • Differentiated Instruction:
  • Kagan grouping,
  • scaffolded lessons,
  • small group instruction,
  • teacher conferencing,
  • visual & kinesthetic activities

 

 

 

WEEK 11 October 19-October 23

ELA Class

 

8th Grade

7th Grade

Weekly Resources

Monday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.2.4
  • LAFS.7.RL.2.4

Target

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer Model

Task

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to creatw student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to creatw student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms

Tuesday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, RL.2.4

Target

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

Task

After reading chapter 6 in Anthem students will create a short constructed response

After reading chapter 6 in Anthem students will create a short constructed response

Wednesday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

Task

After reading chapter 3 in Anthem students will create a short constructed response

students will continue to create an outline of the main idea and details of the informative article Flesh and Blood so Cheap.

Thursday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

Task

After reading chapter 3 in Anthem students will create a short constructed response

Create an outline of the main idea and details of the informative article Flesh and Blood so Cheap.

Friday

 

 

Standard

  • various

Various

Target

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

I can analyze how particular incidents in a story propel the action of the plot

Task

Assessment

Assessment

Reading Class

Weekly schedule unless disrupted by testing or holidays:  Monday, Wednesday, Freckle & Independent reading journaling.  Tuesday/Thursday read aloud with mini reading and writing lessons.  Testing Friday

 

8th Grade

7th Grade

Weekly Resources

Monday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze the extent to which a filmed production of a story stays faithful to or departs from the text

Compare and contrast a written story to its filmed version

Task

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Tuesday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze the extent to which a filmed production of a story stays faithful to or departs from the text

Compare and contrast a written story to its filmed version

Task

Chapter 19  read aloud chapter from WTRFG with chapter discussion question reflecting on a what would you do scenario

Chapter 19  read aloud chapter from WTRFG with chapter discussion question reflecting on a what would you do scenario

Wednesday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze the extent to which a filmed production of a story stays faithful to or departs from the text

Compare and contrast a written story to its filmed version

Task

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment #66 Messages & Themes

Thursday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, W.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2, W.1.2

Target

I can determine the central idea of a chapter

I can determine the central idea of a chapter

Task

For a test assessment grade, students will come up with names for each of the 20 chapters in WTRFG.

For a test assessment grade, students will come up with names for each of the 20 chapters in WTRFG.

Friday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, W.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2, W.1.2

Target

I can determine the central idea of a chapter

I can determine the central idea of a text.

Task

For a test assessment grade, students will come up with names for each of the 20 chapters in WTRFG.

For a test assessment grade, students will come up with names for each of the 20 chapters in WTRFG.

ELL/ESE Strategies
Where appropriate, the following lesson accommodations are utilized for identified ESE and NES students. 1. Provide written outline. 2. Write key points on the board. 3. Make sure directions are understood. 4. Allow extra time to complete tasks. 5. Reduce class/homework assignments. 6. Handout worksheets one at a time. 7. Provide structured routine in written form. 8. Permit computer printed assignments. 9. Provide written directions. 10. Allow extra time for exams. 11. Read all test items. 12. Allow student(s) to write on test. 13. Keep all directions simple and clear. 14. Use materials from a lower skill level if necessary. 15. Class work may be completed at home. 16. Assign buddies and peer tutors. 17. Utilize the Total Physical Response. 18. Limit correcting errors in pronunciation or vocabulary.

  • Differentiated Instruction:
  • Kagan grouping,
  • scaffolded lessons,
  • small group instruction,
  • teacher conferencing,
  • visual & kinesthetic activities

 

 

 

WEEK 12 October 26-October 30

ELA Class

 

8th Grade

7th Grade

Weekly Resources

Monday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.2.4
  • LAFS.7.RL.2.4

Target

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer Model

Task

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to create student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to create student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms. 

Tuesday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS,8.RL.2.4
  • LAFS.7.RL.2.4

Target

I can analyze the difference between author’s tone and the reader’s mood

I can define words or phrases based on context clues to complete a Freyer Model

Task

Tone & Mood practice from The Tell Tale Heart

Complete the Wordwork Freyer model to create student centered definitions, synonyms, and antonyms

Wednesday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS. 8.RL.1.1

Target

I can create a objective summaries in paragraphs dealing with higer level vocabulary.

I can answer basic comprehension questions from a higher order text to aid in comprehension of that text

Task

Students will work on reading The Tell-Tale Heart while completing questions to assist in understanding the 1350 Lexile text.

students will continue to create an outline of the main idea and details of the informative article Flesh and Blood so Cheap.

Thursday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2

Target

I can create an objective summaries in paragraphs dealing with higer level vocabulary.

I can answer basic comprehension questions from a higher order text to aid in comprehension of that text

Task

Students will work on reading The Tell-Tale Heart while completing questions to assist in understanding the 1350 Lexile text.

students will continue to create an outline of the main idea and details of the informative article Flesh and Blood so Cheap.

Friday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.RL.1.1 and 1.2

Various

Target

Main Idea Comprehension & Grammar Quiz

Main Idea Comprehension & Grammar Quiz

Task

Assessment

Assessment

Reading Class

Weekly schedule unless disrupted by testing or holidays:  Monday, Wednesday, Freckle & Independent reading journaling.  Tuesday/Thursday read aloud with mini reading and writing lessons.  Testing Friday

 

8th Grade

7th Grade

Weekly Resources

Monday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS,8.RL.2.4
  • LAFS.RL.7.2.4

Target

Students will analyze text for word choice and Tone

Students will analyze text for word choice and Tone

Task

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment for Tone and Mood: Terror in the Cabin.

Students will complete an on level Freckle assignment for Tone and Mood: Terror in the Cabin.

Tuesday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze the difference between dramatic, situational, and verbal irony.

I can analyze the difference between dramatic, situational, and verbal irony. (introduction)

Task

Students will be presented with many instances of irony types and differentiate between them

Students will be presented with many instances of irony types and differentiate between them

Wednesday

 

 

Standard

Target

I can analyze the difference between dramatic, situational, and verbal irony.

I can analyze the difference between dramatic, situational, and verbal irony. (introduction)

Task

Students will be presented with many instances of irony types and differentiate between them

Students will be presented with many instances of irony types and differentiate between them

Thursday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, W.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2, W.1.2

Target

I can determine the central idea of a text

I can determine the central idea of a text

Task

Students will read and listen to the audio of “The Lottery”

Students will read and listen to the audio of “The Lottery”

Friday

 

 

Standard

  • LAFS.8.RL.1.2, W.1.2
  • LAFS.7.RL.1.2, W.1.2

Target

I can determine the central idea of a text

I can determine the central idea of a text.

Task

Students will write a reading reflection before discussing thoughts on The Lottery.

Students will write a reading reflection before discussing thoughts on The Lottery.

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All of these videos explain the weekly word-work packet that includes 5 vocabulary words and 10 spelling words.

 

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