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Quarter 2

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Second Quarter Lessons

First Quarter Lessons Link

Third Quarter Lessons Link

 



January

 

08 --- Late Start -- See Reading

 

 

09

Library; All About Me; Interviews

 

 

10

Complete another All About Me

What is the difference in questions?

Interview-- What else, Can you add anything else? Can you give me an example?  Why?

Lesson I-1 Authority List

 

 

11

Interview Practice

 

 

14

Add details to Authority List

Spelling

Alternative Assignment

 

Projects:

Write up friend’s interview

Historical Food Interview Essay

Parody

Eagle

MOTT

 

15

Entry: Spelling paragraph; alternative assignment practice

Historical Food Interview Essay

Organize parody writing

ASB discussion

 

Projects:

Historical Food Interview Essay

Write up friend’s interview

Eagle Projects: letter, broster, poem

Interview project reflection

Parody

Eagle

MOTT

 

 

16

Essay Review

Projects

 

 

 

17  Library; AR tests

 

 

 

 

18

Intro golden eagle thank you and broster work

Work on projects

 

 

 

 

22

Entry: projects  (more intro of eagle project)

Write up Historical Foods Essay

Figurative Language: vivid verbs, nifty nouns, alliteration

 

 

23  See sub plans

 

 

24 Entry: write a strong verb sentences with nifty nouns and alliteration

Projects

 

 

 

25 and 26  Entry: write a strong verb sentences with nifty nouns and alliteration

Projects-- what will you audience want to hear? what words will you choose for friend? historical society?

Projects

 

 

 

 

29  Final Draft Historical Foods

 


12/11/07 to 01/07/08

 

12/11 Power Write

Continue story project: Collaborate in Team parts: revise for figurative language and author musts -- revision tips; Jingle Bell Rock practice; if done: eagle thanks and broster

 

12/12 Power Write

Continue story project: Collaborate in Team parts: revise for figurative language and author musts -- revision tips; Jingle Bell Rock practice; if done: eagle thanks and broster

 

12/13 Power Write

Continue story project: Collaborate in Team parts: revise for figurative language and author musts -- revision tips; Jingle Bell Rock practice; if done: eagle thanks and broster

 

12/14 and 12/17 See sub plans

 

12/18 Early Dismissal -- snow

Practice for program

 

 

12/19 Dress Rehearsal and Drama  1/2 day  Party

 

 

 

01/03

Library

Power Write

 

04

 

Power Write

Edit

Branching Out (new student)

 


12/04-12/10 Parody and Plot

 

12/10 Parody Revision

Spelling Words

Dr. Hayes: The Eagle Bank

 

Paroday:

Review revision (names/ action verbs/ imagery)

Collaborate:  Keep descriptions of literary elements in front of your team.  Decide who will revise which parts of the plot.

 

 

 

12/07 Parody Drafts

Strong verb practice.

Review and practice revision (names/ action verbs/ imagery)

Branching Out

 

 

12/06 Library

Library

Power Write

Practice song.

 

 

12/05 Parody Drafts and Revision

Collaborate:  Keep descriptions of literary elements in front of your team.  Decide who will revise which parts of the plot.

 

Draft Teams

 

12/04 Parody Drafts

Collaborate:  Keep descriptions of literary elements in front of your team.  Decide who will revise which parts of the plot.

 

Review figurative language and action verbs.

 

Draft Teams

 

 

11/28-12/03 Parody and Plot; Eagles and Excellence

 

12/03 Parody Preparation and Eagles Groups

Collaborate:  Keep descriptions of literary elements in front of your team.  Decide who will revise which parts of the plot.

 

Draft in teams

 

 

11/30 Parody Preparation and Eagles

Groups

Independent:  Power Write satire (10 minutes)

Group: Share drafts. Cut/Paste/Spiderlegs to story

 

 

 

11/29  Parody Preparation and Eagles

Groups

 

 

Discuss Holiday song choices.

 

Continue parody and eagle projects: special

 

Review and colloaborate on literary elements: list the literary elements of character, setting, conflict,  resolution, and theme (moral) to create your story:

 

Characters:

    Who                  Personality               Words                                       Actions

 

 

 

 

 

Setting

    Where:

    When:

 

    Social setting:

 

 

Conflict (problem):

 

 

 

Resolution (solution):

 

 

 

 

Moral (Theme):

 

 

 

 

Plot (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution)

 

 

Golden Eagle Project

 

11/28  Parody Preparation and Eagles

 

Groups

Continue parody project: special

In your story:

Which characteristics of a fairy tale could be used for satire?

 

What moral could be developed for satire?

 

What 3-5 specific elements from your story could be satirized to create your moral?

 

Share Golden Eagles work.

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagle Project

 

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

 


 

11/14-11/27 Parody and Plot; Eagles and Excellence

 

 

 

11/27  Parody Preparation and Eagles

 

Power Write

Spelling

 

Shrek:  Match discepancies in fairy tale to aspects of satire (exaggeration, incongruency, reversal, parody).

 

Fables: Continue matching.

 

 

Golden Eagle Project

 

 

11/26 Inservice

 Thanksgiving

 

11/21  Parody Preparation and Eagles

 

Shrek: What is parody?

In your story:

Which characteristics of a fairy tale could be used for satire?

 

What moral could be developed for satire?

 

What 3-5 specific elements from your story could be satirized to create your moral?

 

Share Golden Eagles work.

Discuss:

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What have you done? What did you learn? What categories? What order should you put it in?

What drawing should you make?

 

Golden Eagle Project

 

 

 

11/20 Parody and Eagles

 

Shrek: What is parody?

In your story:

Which characteristics of a fairy tale could be used for satire?

 

Golden Eagles:  Continue research.

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

 

11/19 Parody and Eagles

Power Write

Spelling-- Thanksgiving

 

Shrek: What is parody?

 

In your story:

Which characteristics of a fairy tale could be used for satire?

 

 

Golden Eagles:  Continue research.

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

11/16 Counselor Groups

 

Branching Out

 

 

11/15 Eagle Research

 

Library

 

Finish your group's fairy tale:

 

On your copy, identify the characteristics of a fairy tale in your fairy tale.

 

On plot profile sheet, identify the elements of plot in your fairy tale.

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 

 

11/14 Parody Preparation

 

Finish your group's fairy tale:

On your copy, identify the characteristics of a fairy tale in your fairy tale.

On plot profile sheet, identify the elements of plot in your fairy tale.

 

Golden Eagles:

 

What did you know? What do you know now? What do you still want to know?

Golden Eagle Project

 

Big Question--

How are golden eagles like Nespelem Eagles?

 

 


11/05-11/13 Parody and Plot

 

11/13 Parody Packet

special

Power Write

Spelling Words

 

Parody Packet

Review Lit Elements

 

 

 

11/12 Veterans Day

No School

 

11/9 Library; Follow-up

 

For your group's fairy tale:

 

    On your copy, identify the characteristics of a fairy tale in your fairy tale

 

    On plot profile sheet, identify the elements of plot in your fairy tale

 

11/8 Library; Follow-up

 

For your group's fairy tale:

 

    On your copy, identify the characteristics of a fairy tale in your fairy tale

 

    On plot profile sheet, identify the elements of plot in your fairy tale

 

11/7  Compound Sentences and Geo-Cache

 

Learn about geo-caching and write compound sentences about it.

 

 

 

For your group's fairy tale:

 

    On your copy, identify the characteristics of a fairy tale in your fairy tale

 

    On plot profile sheet, identify the elements of plot in your fairy tale

 

11/6

 Power Write 3x

Spelling

 

Learn about geo-caching.

 

 

11/5 Field Trip

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