Intensive Reading

Lillian Pardo

Lesson Plan December 8th - 12th

Monday, December8, 2014

How do we create a more positive attitude in Intensive Reading?
Review list of rewards (student input) - add any other suggestions
Introduce and discuss reward system - Achieve3000, IRLA and classroom
Review scales
Independent reading 20-30 minutes
Achieve make-ups

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

How do we cite evidence?
Review the Achieve 3000 5 Step Literacy Routine: Poll, Article, Activity, Poll, and Thought Question
Review program features in order to assist students in Citing Evidence: highlighting, vocabulary, note taking-summarizing, maps and view article options.
Practice citing evidence using all the above.
Achieve3000 article
Independent reading - discuss lexile scores and distribute puzzle pieces, badges and RAM bucks

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

How do we determine authors purpose?

Briefly discuss and define author's purpose.
Pretest on author's purpose (multiple choice and definitions)
Define: tone, point of view, mood, audience, and author's perspective
Resource: Buckle Down Chapter 7
Review scale and students rate their ability at present time
Student input - Lunch activity (reward system)
Practice citing evidence - Achieve article
Independent reading

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Discuss Authors Purpose pre-test results
Independent reading - individual conferences

Friday, December 12, 2014

Semester Exam Review
Resource: Aim High page 160-163
Review and define: Setting, mood, tone, narrator, internal and external narrator, first and third- person point of view, omniscient, limited, characters, characteristics, protagonist, antagonist, internal and external conflict, minor, static and dynamic characters, plot, internal and external motivation, theme and subject.

Tuesday, December 9,2014

How do we cite evidence?
Review the Achieve 3000 5 Step Literacy Routine: Poll, Article, Activity, Poll, and Thought Question
Review program features in order to assist students in Citing Evidence: highlighting, vocabulary, note taking-summarizing, maps and view article options.
Practice citing evidence using all the above.
Achieve3000 article
Independent reading - discuss lexile scores and distribute puzzle pieces, badges and RAM bucks

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

How do we determine authors purpose?

Briefly discuss and define author's purpose.
Pretest on author's purpose (multiple choice and definitions)
Define: tone, point of view, mood, audience, and author's perspective
Resource: Buckle Down Chapter 7
Review scale and students rate their ability at present time
Student input - Lunch activity (reward system)
Practice citing evidence - Achieve article
Independent reading

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Discuss Authors Purpose pre-test results
Independent reading - individual conferences

Friday, December 12, 2014

Semester Exam Review
Resource: Aim High page 160-163
Review and define: Setting, mood, tone, narrator, internal and external narrator, first and third- person point of view, omniscient, limited, characters, characteristics, protagonist, antagonist, internal and external conflict, minor, static and dynamic characters, plot, internal and external motivation, theme and subject.