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***These are plans and are subject to change at any time.

*** Students should study all notes for vocabulary quiz and test on Main Idea and Summarization on Friday! Daily Lesson Plan Bertie County Schools Teacher: __Teacher R______________________ Topic: _ELA______________
2010-2011/k-5

Date: 9/3/11

Resources Needed: laptop, lcd projector, every day edit, student presentations (Google Docs)
Standard Course of Study Objective(s):

2.01-Students will make connections between plot elements and Tuck Everlasting. 5.01-Students will analyze plot elements in Tuck Everlasting. 6.01- Students will review/learn unfamiliar vocabulary and take notes on vocabulary. 6.02-Students will continue to identify and edit errors in written English RBT Tag =
Understandings: Students will understand that Students will know Students will be able to .present presentations using Google Docs, provide feedback to classmates on their presentations, and identify various plot element characteristics. Essential Questions and Key Terms: Edmodo Questions (USA to South Korea group) 1. What is truth? 2. What possible theme or life lesson can we take from Tuck Everlasting from the conversation between Angus and Winnie on the lake?

Focus and Review/ Anticipatory Set: Every Day Edit Whole Group 1. Teacher Input: (T) will discuss different plot elements with (S) 2. Guided Practice: (T) will guide (S) thinking as they learn different plot elements. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will explain different plot elements using various research methods including the internet and textbooks. RBT Tags: RBT Tags: Evaluation/ Assessment: Closure/ Homework: Homework: Work on pages 17-19 in Study Small Group/ Differentiation 1. Teacher Input: (T) will have (S) present on different plot elements as assigned to them. 2. Guided Practice: (S) thinking will be guided and corrected as necessary by (T) 3. Independent Practice: (S) will independently present information to classmates, answer any questions classmates or teacher may have, and receive feedback from (T) and other (S).

Evidences: (S) Plot Element Presentations; (S) Guide (on class wiki); 20 minutes of reading in notes using handout provided by (T) AR book (all students should be taking their first AR test no later than Friday of this week); study RBT Tag: vocabulary words for quiz on Friday; Study notes on Main Idea RBT Tag: Integration of Subjects: Computer Skills Reflections:

Questioning Techniques Used:

Remember: define, name, repeat, list, label, recall, recognize, match, recite, check, identify, group, find Understand: restate, interpret, exemplify, classify, infer, describe, explain, report, elaborate on,
discuss, express, summarize, compare, paraphrase, clarify, represent, translate, illustrate, categorize, generalize, conclude, predict, contrast, map, match, construct Apply: translate, apply, use, demonstrate, dramatize, operate, schedule, pretend, assume, convey, react, represent, show, model, adopt, maintain, manipulate, put to use, solve, execute, implement. Analyze: differentiate, organize, attribute, distinguish, criticize, debate, question, experiment, compare, diagram, inspect, relate, analyze, convince, infer, audit, break down, dissect, examine, scrutinize, survey, uncover, test for, divide, sift, deduce Evaluation: check, critique, judge, evaluate, score, choose, predict, rate, assess, measure, appraise, justify, accept, award, criticize, determine, grade, prioritize, rank, reject, rule on, settle, arbitrate Create: generate, plan, produce, design, construct, compose, assemble, propose, set up, invent, devise, arrange, create, conceive, compile, develop, evolve, form, make up, originate, structure, hypothesize

Daily Lesson Plan Bertie County Schools Teacher: __Teacher R______________________ Topic: _ELA____ Date: 9/4/2011

2010-2011/k-5

Resources Needed: LCD Projector, Laptop, Every Day Edit, and article
Standard Course of Study Objective(s):

5.01-Students will analyze themes and central ideas in literature and other texts selected by the teacher. 6.02-Students will continue to identify and edit errors in written English by applying grammar rules to passage selected by the teacher. RBT Tag =
Understandings: Students will understand that Students will know Students will be able to .identify the main idea in various literary genres. Essential Questions and Key Terms: 1. Why is it important to be able to identify the main idea in different literary works? 2. How do you identify the main idea in literary works? 3. What role do supporting details play in identifying the main idea in literary works?

Focus and Review/ Anticipatory Set: Every Day Edit Whole Group Small Group/ Differentiation

1. Teacher Input: (T) will have students copy notes from http://prezi.com/riei6oumkz6c/main-ideaprezi/ on Main Idea (T) will demonstrate how to identify main idea using main idea umbrella using article chosen by teacher (Wilmington Celebrates the Cape Fear with Riverfest) To find out more about Riverfest: http://wilmingtonriverfest.com/ 2. Guided Practice: (T) will guide students in identifying main idea 3. Independent Practice: (S) will practice identifying main idea in article chosen by teacher. RBT Tags: Evaluation/ Assessment: Evidences: Students will successfully create main idea umbrellas using the River fest article. RBT Tag:

1. Teacher Input: (S) will identify main idea in paragraph from class novel (Tuck Everlasting)/Continue reading Chapter 13 2. Guided Practice: (T) will guide student thinking as necessary. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will practice identifying main idea in different paragraph from class novel (Tuck Everlasting) RBT Tags:

Closure/ Homework: Closure: Review main idea (whole class) Homework: Read 20 minutes; study vocabulary words on Word Dynamo and Spelling City, Identify main idea and supporting details in article (How Thunder and Lightning Form) using Main Idea Umbrella; Work on Study Guide p. 1719; Study notes on Main Idea RBT Tag: Reflections:

Integration of Subjects: Social Studies

Daily Lesson Plan Bertie County Schools Teacher: __Teacher R______________________ Topic: _ELA______________ Resources Needed: LCD Projector, Laptop, Every Day Edit
Standard Course of Study Objective(s):

2010-2011/k-5

Date: 9/5/11

5.01-Students will identify main idea in student-selected Tuck Everlasting paragraphs. 6.02-Students will continue to identify and edit errors in written English by applying grammar rules to teacher-selected paragraph. RBT Tag =
Understandings: Students will understand that Essential Questions and Key Terms: Edmodo Discussion Questions (Ruffins ELA Class) 1. Why do you agree or disagree with Angus

Students will know Students will be able to .identify the main idea in paragraph from Tuck Everlasting and supporting details.

Tuck when he tells Winnie that life is like a wheel and the water cycle? 2. What other cycles or routines can you compare life to? How are they similar/different?

Focus and Review/ Anticipatory Set: Every Day Edit Whole Group Small Group/ Differentiation

1. Teacher Input: (T) will have students 1. Teacher Input: (S) will complete Main Idea identify the main idea in the Tuck paragraphs note-taking for selected paragraph from Tuck (Chapter 14-15) Incorporate Main Idea (Implied Everlasting. (S) will select paragraphs. and Stated) in Gourmet as necessary. 2. Guided Practice: (T) will help guide student thinking and pull out unfamiliar vocabulary for discussion and review plot elements as necessary. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will read independently in whole class discussion. (T) will stop periodically to review plot elements with (S) and ask HOTS questions. RBT Tags: Evaluation/ Assessment: Evidences: (S) notes RBT Tag: Closure/ Homework: Homework: Work on pages 17-19 in Study Guide (located on class wiki); 20 minutes of reading in AR book (all students should be taking their first AR test no later than Friday of this week); study vocabulary words for quiz on Friday; Identify Main Idea in When Irene Ravaged Eastern North Carolina article using Main Idea Umbrella or Main Idea Notes strategies; Study notes on Main Idea RBT Tag: Integration of Subjects: Science Reflections: 2. Guided Practice: (T) will model and guide student thinking as necessary. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will practice creating Main Idea notes independently after (T) models process for students. RBT Tags:

Questioning Techniques Used:

Remember: define, name, repeat, list, label, recall, recognize, match, recite, check, identify, group, find Understand: restate, interpret, exemplify, classify, infer, describe, explain, report, elaborate on,
discuss, express, summarize, compare, paraphrase, clarify, represent, translate, illustrate, categorize, generalize, conclude, predict, contrast, map, match, construct Apply: translate, apply, use, demonstrate, dramatize, operate, schedule, pretend, assume, convey, react, represent, show, model, adopt, maintain, manipulate, put to use, solve, execute, implement.

Analyze: differentiate, organize, attribute, distinguish, criticize, debate, question, experiment, compare,
diagram, inspect, relate, analyze, convince, infer, audit, break down, dissect, examine, scrutinize, survey, uncover, test for, divide, sift, deduce Evaluation: check, critique, judge, evaluate, score, choose, predict, rate, assess, measure, appraise, justify, accept, award, criticize, determine, grade, prioritize, rank, reject, rule on, settle, arbitrate Create: generate, plan, produce, design, construct, compose, assemble, propose, set up, invent, devise, arrange, create, conceive, compile, develop, evolve, form, make up, originate, structure, hypothesize

Daily Lesson Plan Bertie County Schools Teacher: __Teacher R______________________ Topic: _ELA______________ Resources Needed: laptop, lcd projector, every day edit
Standard Course of Study Objective(s):

2010-2011/k-5

Date: 9/6/11

2.01-Students will summarize teacher-selected article. 6.02-Students will continue to identify and edit errors in written English by applying grammar rules to teacher-selected paragraph. RBT Tag =
Understandings: Students will understand that Students will know Students will be able to .summarize articles and other literary genres. Focus and Review/ Anticipatory Set: Every Day Edit Whole Group 1. Teacher Input: (T) will teach students how to summarize using crayons and post-it notes. 2. Guided Practice: (T) will guide (S) thinking to help them summarize larger pieces of text from Tuck Everlasting. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will practice creating summaries using paragraphs from Tuck Everlasting. RBT Tags: Evaluation/ Assessment: Evidences: (S) summaries Closure/ Homework: Homework: View the Korean powerpoint on the class wiki (click on Tuck Everlasting link and Small Group/ Differentiation 1. Teacher Input: (S) will summarize article from last nights homework. 2. Guided Practice: (S) teacher will guide student thinking in summarizing article. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will complete summaries independently. RBT Tags: Essential Questions and Key Terms: Edmodo (NC to WA group) 1. Where does compassion come from? Are people born compassionate or is it a learned behavior? Why do you feel the way you do about compassion?

RBT Tag:

powerpoint is near top of page) and comment on Edmodo about one thing you like about Korea from the powerpoint and why; study vocab; read 20 minutes; Study notes on Main Idea RBT Tag: Integration of Subjects: Reflections:

Questioning Techniques Used:

Remember: define, name, repeat, list, label, recall, recognize, match, recite, check, identify, group, find Understand: restate, interpret, exemplify, classify, infer, describe, explain, report, elaborate on,
discuss, express, summarize, compare, paraphrase, clarify, represent, translate, illustrate, categorize, generalize, conclude, predict, contrast, map, match, construct Apply: translate, apply, use, demonstrate, dramatize, operate, schedule, pretend, assume, convey, react, represent, show, model, adopt, maintain, manipulate, put to use, solve, execute, implement. Analyze: differentiate, organize, attribute, distinguish, criticize, debate, question, experiment, compare, diagram, inspect, relate, analyze, convince, infer, audit, break down, dissect, examine, scrutinize, survey, uncover, test for, divide, sift, deduce Evaluation: check, critique, judge, evaluate, score, choose, predict, rate, assess, measure, appraise, justify, accept, award, criticize, determine, grade, prioritize, rank, reject, rule on, settle, arbitrate Create: generate, plan, produce, design, construct, compose, assemble, propose, set up, invent, devise, arrange, create, conceive, compile, develop, evolve, form, make up, originate, structure, hypothesize

Daily Lesson Plan Bertie County Schools Teacher: __Teacher R______________________ Topic: _ELA______________ 9/7/2011 Resources Needed: laptop, lcd projector, every day edit
Standard Course of Study Objective(s):

2010-2011/k-5

Date:

5.01-Students will identify central ideas in teacher-selected paragraphs. 6.01-Students will determine the meaning of unfamiliar words. RBT Tag =
Understandings: Students will understand that Students will know Students will be able to .effectively identify the main idea in reading passages. Focus and Review/ Anticipatory Set: Every Day Edit Whole Group 1. Teacher Input: (T) will issue common Small Group/ Differentiation 1. Teacher Input: (S) will complete folders on Essential Questions and Key Terms: 1. Do you consider the Tucks to be compassionate? Why or why not? 2. Which Tuck do you feel is most compassionate? Why?

assessment on Main Idea and Summarization. (T) will issue vocabulary quiz as well. 2. Guided Practice: (T) will monitor student progress by walking around and making sure students are on task and focused. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will work on vocabulary activities. RBT Tags:

Tuck Everlasting and continue working on Plot Elements. 2. Guided Practice: (S) will continue working on vocabulary word wall pictorials to go along with their folders on the novel and identifying plot elements. 3. Independent Practice: (S) will independently work on group activities (plot diagrams, characterizations, vocabulary pictorials, letter writing, etc.) RBT Tags:

Evaluation/ Assessment: Evidences: (S) assessment scores; student work in folders RBT Tag: Integration of Subjects:

Closure/ Homework: Homework: Answer discussion questions on Edmodo RBT Tag: Reflections:

Questioning Techniques Used:

Remember: define, name, repeat, list, label, recall, recognize, match, recite, check, identify, group, find Understand: restate, interpret, exemplify, classify, infer, describe, explain, report, elaborate on,
discuss, express, summarize, compare, paraphrase, clarify, represent, translate, illustrate, categorize, generalize, conclude, predict, contrast, map, match, construct Apply: translate, apply, use, demonstrate, dramatize, operate, schedule, pretend, assume, convey, react, represent, show, model, adopt, maintain, manipulate, put to use, solve, execute, implement. Analyze: differentiate, organize, attribute, distinguish, criticize, debate, question, experiment, compare, diagram, inspect, relate, analyze, convince, infer, audit, break down, dissect, examine, scrutinize, survey, uncover, test for, divide, sift, deduce Evaluation: check, critique, judge, evaluate, score, choose, predict, rate, assess, measure, appraise, justify, accept, award, criticize, determine, grade, prioritize, rank, reject, rule on, settle, arbitrate Create: generate, plan, produce, design, construct, compose, assemble, propose, set up, invent, devise, arrange, create, conceive, compile, develop, evolve, form, make up, originate, structure, hypothesize