Weekly Lesson Plan by Subject: Teacher:  Neva White Class Period/Subject: _English ,Comp II, Grades 10-12; Periods 1,2,3,4;   Materials/Resources:  Elmo, Text, , Notebooks, Reader/Response Journals, computer lab. Work Period:  1/23/13 through 1/25/13.  Essential Vocabulary Process Analysis, Thesis Statements, Textual Evidence, Essay composition, Point of View, Syntax, Diction Standard English. Research and Argument. MLA Procedures: Works Cited page and In-Text citations. Logical fallacies. Poetry and poetic terms. Speaker, setting, stanzas, meter, sonnets, couplets.   Objective/Bell Ringer/Exit SLE Instruction Grade Level Task Analysis Assessment M Bell Ringer:  Discuss finding a topic Students will Interpret figures of speech in context and analyze their style. Use context as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase. Consult general and specialized reference materials to determine its precise meaning.  Analyze the nuances in the meaning of words with similar denotations. Work on research argument papers. Read Poems Work in class on paper. Discuss 2 poems. Review Poetic terms and structure. W1c;W3d;W5 X_lecture X_media presentations X_class/group discussion Xquestion/answer _test/quiz_____ X_reading______ _other______ X_bell work_____ Lecture________ 1.Come to discussions prepared, having read and researched material under study; 2.explicitly draw on that preparation by referring to evidence from texts or to stimulate a thoughtful, well-reasoned exchange of ideas. 3.Evaluate a speakerís point of view, reasoning and use of evidence and rhetoric. Observation;  Socratic questioning.  Discussions Exit summary of discussions. T Bell Ringer :  What is paraphrasing? Students will continue reading poems and will answer the critical thinking question at the end. Students will continue research work. Students will discuss orally the tone, and point of view, structure of the reading. Read Poems Review Speaker, structure SLE W1c;W3d;W5 RL 1,2,3 RL2,3,5,6 x_lecture x_media presentations x_class/group discussion x_question/answer _test/quiz_____ x_reading______ _other______ x_bell work_____ Analyze how an authorís choices concerning how to structure specific parts of a text. e.g. where to begin or end a poem, the choice to provide tone that contributes to its overall structure and meaning as well as its aesthetic impact. Students will evaluate sources for reaearch. Students will evaluate logical appeals. Observation; Socratic questioning, whole class discussions. Exit:  Summary of new learning. W Bell Ringer: What are the poetsí purposes in writing the poems?  Students will:  Respond thoughtfully to diverse perspectives; synthesize comments, claims, and evidence made on all sides of an issue.  Evaluate a speakerís point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence, assessing the stance, premises, links among ideas, word choice, points of emphasis, and tone used. Read poems Discuss argument paper Discuss Poems.  Review style, speaker, terminology, sensory words, figurative language, meter, rhyme scheme, sounds. SLE W1c;W3d;W5 SL1.d.; 3, 1.c;1.d. x_lecture x_media presentations x_class/group discussion x_question/answer _test/quiz_____ x_reading______ _other______ x_bell work_____ Read:  Poems. Discuss question Thesis Construction and turnitin.com. Whole class discussion.  Students will write in their reader response journals, responding to the assigned reading. Exit:  Students will discuss why or  why not they liked the poem. TH Bell Ringer: Discuss speaker Students will Propel conversations by posing and responding to questions that probe reasoning and evidence; ensure a hearing for a full range of positions on a topic or issue; clarify, verify, or challenge ideas and conclusions, and promote divergent and creative perspectives. Discuss sound effects SL 1.c; Sl 3; SL 3; SL 4. x_lecture x_media presentations x_class/group discussion x_question/answer _test/quiz_____ x_reading______ _other______ X bell work_____ Discuss in writing in student reader/response journals Questions  Discuss the essay. Whole class discussion, small group discussion, reader response journals, responding to the assigned reading. Students will write in their journals their thoughts about the ending of the poem. F Bell Ringer: Discuss Works Cited. Students will Evaluate a speakerís point of view, reasoning, and use of evidence, and rhetoric, assessing the stance, premises, links among ideas, word choice, points of emphasis, and tone used. Students will begin writing Writing in reader/response journals. SLE W1c;W3d;W5 SL 3;  4. 1.a; 1.b; 1.c; 1.d. x_lecture x media presentations x_class/group discussion x_question/answer _test/quiz_____ x_reading______ _other______ x_bell work_____ Discuss Chapter poems assigned. Respond to the poems in the reader/response journal. Answer in writing question  from this assignment. Whole class discussion; Socratic questioning. Lecture. Exit:  Students will respond in their journals to the assigned reading.