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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

 

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 4/29/19– 5/3/19

PERIODS:  1 and 2

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Determine fact versus opinion.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read chapters 7, 8, and 9 using paired reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 7 and 8. Study for quiz.

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Discover meaning of words through contextual clues.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 9, 10, 11 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 9, 10 and 11. Study for quiz.

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Discover meaning of words through contextual clues.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 12 and 13 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGNRead chapters 12 and 13. Study for quiz.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Develop perception of sequencing.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 14 and 15 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 14 and 15. Study for quiz.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Develop perception of sequencing.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 16 and 17 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 16 and 17. Study for quiz.

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 4/29/19– 5/3/19

PERIODS: 4 and 5

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Chapters 6 and 7 using periodic choral reading technique. Quiz for understanding. Review vocabulary.

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books, Raptor audio CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Chapter 8 using volunteer reading technique. Quiz for understanding. Review vocabulary. Present quiz on chapters 5-8

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books, Raptor audio CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Chapter 9 using volunteer reading technique. Quiz for understanding. Review vocabulary.

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books, Raptor audio CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Chapters 10 and 11 using paired reading technique. Quiz for understanding. Review vocabulary. Add to book summary tri-fold.

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books, Raptor audio CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Chapter 12 using guided reading technique. Quiz for understanding. Review vocabulary. Present quiz on chapters 9-12

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books, Raptor audio CD

 

ASSIGN: Exam 5/6/2019

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address: dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Communications

WEEK: 4/29/19– 5/3/19

PERIODS:   3 and 6

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.3.J, CC.1.4.F, CC.1.5.A, CC.1.5.G

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OBJECTIVES: Develop vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES: Review the Lesson 15 vocabulary words and definitions. Direct students to complete Exercises 3 and 4 for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Vocabu-Lit” resource books – Lesson 15

 

ASSIGN:  Study vocabulary words

 

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PROCEDURES:       PSSA Testing                  

 

MATERIALS:          (Alternative activities.)

 

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PROCEDURES:       PSSA Testing                  

 

MATERIALS:          (Alternative activities.)

 

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OBJECTIVES: Develop vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES: Review the Lesson 15 vocabulary words and definitions. Direct students to complete Exercises 5 and 6 for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Vocabu-Lit” resource books – Lesson 15

 

ASSIGN:  Study vocabulary words

 

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OBJECTIVES: Develop vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES: Administer Lesson 15 vocabulary/spelling quiz. Direct students to exchange quizzes and correct for a grade. Present and review Career Talk assignment.

 

MATERIALS: “Vocabu-Lit” resource books – Lesson 15, Career Talk assignment sheets 

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/6/19– 5/10/19

PERIODS:  1 and 2

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Discover meaning of words through contextual clues.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapter 13 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGNRead chapter 13. Study for quiz.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Develop perception of sequencing.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 14 and 15 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 14 and 15. Study for quiz.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Develop perception of sequencing.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 16 and 17 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 16 and 17. Study for quiz.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Develop perception of sequencing.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapter18 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 18. Study for quiz.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature. Develop perception of sequencing.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read and discuss chapters 19 and 20 using popcorn reading technique.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapters 19 and 20. Study for quiz.

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/6/19– 5/10/19

PERIODS: 4 and 5

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Chapters 11 and 12 using guided reading technique. Quiz for understanding. Review vocabulary. Present quiz on chapters 9-12

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books, Raptor audio CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Review vocabulary, characters, setting, and plot for Raptor unit exam using Friendly Feud game format.

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor trade books

 

ASSIGN: Study for Raptor unit exam

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills. Augment vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Administer Raptor unit exam. Read exam aloud.

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor unit exams

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills.

 

PROCEDURES:  Assess comprehension of by administering Raptor Exam – Part 2 (constructed response). Use Pennsylvania Reading Rubric to score. Conduct pre-exam brainstorming.

 

MATERIALS:  Raptor constructed response exams.

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop appreciation for literature and comprehension skills.

 

PROCEDURES: Review results of  Raptor exams. Read aloud and direct students to use the Pennsylvania Reading Rubric to score anonymous student responses to the constructed response on Raptor exams.

 

MATERIALS: Raptor exams

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address: dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Communications

WEEK: 5/6/19– 5/10/19

PERIODS:   3 and 6

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.3.J, CC.1.4.F, CC.1.5.A, CC.1.5.G

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Lead Socratic discussion about Subject-Verb Agreement Direct students to complete diagnostic test (p 207) of “Language Network” textbook; have students exchange tests and correct in class. Discuss results. Complete Lesson 1 (pp 208-210). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Lessons 2 and 3 (pp 211-215). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Lessons 4 and 5 (pp 216-221). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Mixed Review (p 224) collectively. Complete “Mastery Test” (p 225) for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Administer “Subject-Verb Agreement” exam.

 

MATERIALS: “Subject-Verb Agreement” exams

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/13/19– 5/17/19

PERIODS:  1 and 2

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Review and discuss chapter 21 using paired reading technique.. Emphasize predicting outcome. Review vocabulary.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books

 

ASSIGN:  Read chapter 21; study for vocabulary exam

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES: Briefly review vocabulary. Administer vocabulary test (allow 15 minutes). Correct and review results of vocabulary exams.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond books; The Witch of Blackbird Pond vocabulary exams

 

ASSIGN:  Study for The Witch of Blackbird Pond unit exam

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Administer open book exam.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond open book exams

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Administer unit exam.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond unit exams

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Review and discus results of The Witch of Blackbird Pond exams.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond unit exams and open book exams

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/13/19– 5/17/19

PERIODS: 4 and 5

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop vocabulary. Enhance understanding of various reading skills and strategies. Enhance appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES: Establish purpose for reading The Lottery Rose by implementing pre-reading strategies. Present vocabulary and list of characters. Distribute books. Read chapter 1 using guided reading technique. Discuss text read emphasizing characterization. Administer Chapter 1 quiz.

 

MATERIALS: The Lottery Rose books and CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Enhance appreciation for literature. Review and extend concept of characterization

 

PROCEDURES: Read Ch 2 using guided reading technique. Discuss text read emphasizing characterization. Administer Chapter 2 quiz.

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books and CD

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Enhance appreciation for literature. Review and extend concept of characterization

 

PROCEDURES:  Read Ch 3 using guided reading technique. Discuss text read emphasizing characterization. Administer Chapter 3 quiz.

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books and CD

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 4 and 5. Administer chapters 4 and 5 quizzes.  

 

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 6 and 7. Discuss text read emphasizing plot.  Administer chapters 6 and 7 quizzes.  

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address: dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Communications

WEEK: 5/13/19– 5/17/19

PERIODS:   3 and 6

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.3.J, CC.1.4.F, CC.1.5.A, CC.1.5.G

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Lead Socratic discussion about Punctuation. Direct students to complete diagnostic test (p 249) of “Language Network” textbook; have students exchange tests and correct in class. Discuss results. Complete Lessons 1 and 2 (pp 250-255). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Lessons 3 and 4 (pp 256-261). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Lessons 5 and 6 (pp 262-265). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Lessons 7 and 8 (pp 266-269). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade. Complete “Mastery Test” (p 273) for quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Administer “Punctuation” exam.

 

MATERIALS: “Punctuation” exams

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/20/19– 5/24/19

PERIODS:  1 and 2

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Administer open book exam.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond open book exams

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Administer unit exam.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond unit exams

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Emphasize awareness of characters, setting, plot, and theme. Develop appreciation for literature.

 

PROCEDURES:  Review and discus results of The Witch of Blackbird Pond exams.

 

MATERIALS:  The Witch of Blackbird Pond unit exams and open book exams

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students in interacting with “English is One of the Most Difficult Languages to Learn” PowerPoint presentation.

 

MATERIALS:  “English is One of the Most Difficult Languages to Learn” PowerPoint presentation,

Reader’s Theater unit resource packet and scripts

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES:  Introduce Reader’s Theater emphasizing the use context clues in reading the script properly, the importance of voice projection, voice inflection, fluency, clarity, and reading in phrases. Review and discuss “Reader’s Theater Presentation Rubric”.

 

MATERIALS:  Reader’s Theater unit resource packet, “Reader’s Theater Presentation Rubric”

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/20/19– 5/24/19

PERIODS: 4 and 5

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 6 and 7. Discuss text read emphasizing plot.  Administer chapters 6 and 7 quizzes.  

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 8 and 9. Discuss text read emphasizing plot. Administer chapters 8 and 9 quizzes.  

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 10 and 11. Discuss text read emphasizing setting. Administer chapters 10 and 11 quizzes.  

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 12 and 13. Discuss text read emphasizing theme. Administer chapters 12 and 13 quizzes.  

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:  Using guided reading technique read chapters 14. Discuss text read emphasizing theme. Administer chapters 14 quiz.  Review The Lottery Rose vocabulary words using vocabulary study guide. Place students in small groups. Have groups compose sentences using assigned words. Review for exam using Novel Ties discussion questions.

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books,  vocabulary study guides

 

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MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address: dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Communications

WEEK: 5/20/19– 5/24/19

PERIODS:   3 and 6

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.3.J, CC.1.4.F, CC.1.5.A, CC.1.5.G

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Complete Lessons 7 and 8 (pp 266-269). Complete “Practice and Apply” for a quiz grade. Complete “Mastery Test” (p 273) for quiz grade.

 

MATERIALS: “Language Network” textbooks

 

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OBJECTIVES: Enhance understanding and proper usage of the eight parts of speech

 

PROCEDURES: Administer “Punctuation” exam.

 

MATERIALS: “Punctuation” exams

 

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 OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

ASSIGN: 

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R

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A

Y

OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

ASSIGN: 

WEEKLY COMMENTS/PRIORITIES:

 

5-14-18

 

MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/27/19– 5/31/19

PERIODS:  1 and 2

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

Highlighting signifies Differentiated Instruction by the Instructor within the Lesson

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OBJECTIVES: 

 

PROCEDURES:        MEMORIAL DAY

 

MATERIALS: 

 

 

ASSIGN: 

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES: Use various scripts in Reader’s Theater unit resource packet to practice and improve individual oral reading skills.

 

MATERIALS:  Reader’s Theater unit resource packet and scripts

 

ASSIGN: 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES: Use various scripts in Reader’s Theater unit resource packet to practice and improve individual oral reading skills.

 

MATERIALS:  Reader’s Theater unit resource packet and scripts

 

ASSIGN:   

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES: Use various scripts in Reader’s Theater unit resource packet to practice and improve individual oral reading skills.

 

MATERIALS:  Reader’s Theater unit resource packet and scripts

 

ASSIGN: 

F

R

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D

A

Y

OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES: Use various scripts in Reader’s Theater unit resource packet to practice and improve individual oral reading skills.

 

MATERIALS:  Reader’s Theater unit resource packet and scripts

 

ASSIGN: 

WEEKLY COMMENTS/PRIORITIES:

 

 

 

 

 

MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address:  dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

 

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Reading

WEEK: 5/27/19– 5/31/19

PERIODS: 4 and 5

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.1, CC.1.2, CC.1.3, CC.1.4, CC.1.5, CC.1.6, CC.1.7

Highlighting signifies Differentiated Instruction by the Instructor within the Lesson

M

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A

Y

OBJECTIVES: 

 

PROCEDURES:        MEMORIAL DAY

 

MATERIALS: 

 

 

ASSIGN: 

 

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 OBJECTIVES: Enhance appreciation for literature and reading strategies.

 

PROCEDURES:   Review The Lottery Rose vocabulary words using vocabulary study guide. Place students in small groups. Have groups compose sentences using assigned words. Review for exam using Novel Ties discussion questions.

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books,  vocabulary study guides

 

ASSIGN: 

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OBJECTIVES:  Assess understanding of The Lottery Rose and comprehension of related vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Administer The Lottery Rose exam.

 

MATERIALS:   The Lottery Rose exams

 

ASSIGN: 

 

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  OBJECTIVES:  Enhance appreciation for literature. Reinforce vocabulary.

 

PROCEDURES:  Review and discuss results of The Lottery Rose exam. Facilitate Socratic discussion regarding the themes presented in The Lottery Rose .

 

MATERIALS:  The Lottery Rose books

 

ASSIGN: 

 

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OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and appreciation for theater performance.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students in interacting with “English is One of the Most Difficult Languages to Learn” PowerPoint presentation.

 

MATERIALS:  “English is One of the Most Difficult Languages to Learn” PowerPoint presentation,

Reader’s Theater unit resource packet and scripts

 

ASSIGN: 

WEEKLY COMMENTS/PRIORITIES:

 

5-14-18

 

 

 

 

 

MAPLEWOOD JR./SR. HIGH SCHOOL

*Email Address: dbailey@penncrest.iu5.org

TEACHER:  Dennis Bailey

CLASS:  Communications

WEEK: 5/27/19– 5/31/19

PERIODS:   3 and 6

ASSESSMENTS:  teacher observation, teacher assessment of written assignment, written quiz, oral

quizzing, student response

STANDARDS:  CC.1.3.J, CC.1.4.F, CC.1.5.A, CC.1.5.G

 Highlighting signifies Differentiated Instruction by the Instructor within the Lesson

M

O

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A

Y

OBJECTIVES: 

 

PROCEDURES:        MEMORIAL DAY

 

MATERIALS: 

 

 

ASSIGN: 

 

T

U

E

S

D

A

Y

 OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

ASSIGN: 

W

E

D

N

E

S

D

A

Y

 OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

ASSIGN: 

T

H

U

R

S

D

A

Y

OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

ASSIGN: 

F

R

I

D

A

Y

OBJECTIVES:  Develop oral language skills and career awareness.

 

PROCEDURES: Direct students to individually present Career Talk using Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentation for an activity grade.

 

MATERIALS:  Student Google Slides (or PowerPoint) presentations

 

ASSIGN: 

WEEKLY COMMENTS/PRIORITIES:

 

5-14-18