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TUTORING ACTIVITY PLAN for: Logan

By: Kelsey Crapo, Brian Michalec, Jonathan Morgan

Date: June 12, 2017

Tutoring Time: 1 hours

ELA Objectives (for St. Agnes student):


Following the reading a short passage and being introduced to annotating and summarizing passages, Logan
will annotate and discuss the main idea of two passages with an accuracy of 80% with correctly identifying the
main ideas and details of what he read.

Describe the activity in each section and indicate high/low technology being used for each part of the activity:

Warm-up (2 min) We will briefly discuss main idea and details with Logan using an ice
cream cone. The cone will represent the main idea of a passage and the
3 scoops of ice cream represent supporting details.

Pre-Test (5 min) Using the Smart Board, Logan will read a short passage and we will ask
him basic questions relating to the story, such as the main idea, and see
how much information he retains from reading the passage.

Review of Prior To review Logans prior knowledge, we will discuss the definition of main
Knowledge (3 min) idea and talk about its importance and the role of details in a story.

Primary skills and We will read passages with Logan. While reading, we will teach Logan
support) (15 min) how to highlight important information, take notes in the margin, how to
summarize what he read, as well as help him discover the main idea of
I do each passage. All of the annotating while reading the passages should
We do help Logan make the connection to discover the main idea of each one.
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Observable
Behavioral
Assessment

Post-Test (5 min) Logan will read a different story on the Smart Board and can annotate in
any way he wants to figure out the main idea of the passage and explain
to us how he knows it.

Wrap-Up Review & Take To take home, Logan will receive a worksheet with a short passage on it.
Home Task (2 min) He will have to read it and write down the main idea and supporting
details.
TUTORING ACTIVITY PLAN for: Logan

By: Kelsey Crapo, Brian Michalec, Jonathan Morgan

Date: June 12, 2017

Tutoring Time: 1 hours

Math Objectives (for St. Agnes student):


Following a discussion on how to read a clock, the hands of a clock, and vocabulary relating to it, Logan will
take part in an activity where he will have to match the time shown on a clock to the digital time with an
accuracy of 80%.

Describe the activity in each section and indicate high/low technology being used for each part of the activity:

Warm-up (2 min) Logan will watch a short video that discusses the parts of a clock and how
to tell time by looking at one.

Pre-Test (5 min) Using quizlet, Logan will be shown 10 different pictures. Each picture will
be a clock with a different time on it and Logan will have to tell us the time
that is shown.

Review of Prior To review prior knowledge, we will go over the big and little hands of a
Knowledge (3 min) clock, what it means when its a quarter after, half past, and a quarter too.
We will show each of these concepts on a big clock.

Primary skills and Logan will take part in a self-correcting activity. He will be shown a clock
support) (15 min) with a set time. Using puzzle pieces, Logan will have to find the digital
time and try to match the piece into the clock with the correct time. If the
I do times do not match, he will not be able to fit the puzzle piece into the
We do clock. This activity will be good so Logan can self-correct himself instead
You do of us just telling him he is incorrect or to try again.
Observable
Behavioral
Assessment

Post-Test (5 min) Logan will be given 10 different times and he will have to set a clock to the
time he is given using the big and little hand correctly.

Wrap-Up Review & Take Logan will be given a sheet with a picture of a clock on one side and
Home Task (2 min) digital times on the other. He will have to match the clocks to the correct
times.