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CEP Lesson Plan Template

Teacher/s: Natalie and Megan


Level: Advanced Studies_
Date/Time: ___7.23___
Goal: Effective use of phrasal verbs, vocabulary words, and prepositions
Objectives (SWBAT):
Students Will Be Able To
1. Effectively use phrasal verbs to describe characters
2. Create and then answer student produced discussion questions
3. Retell a story they have read
4. Effectively take notes while reading
Theme: Farewell to Manzanar
Extensions: WWII

Aim/Skill/Microskill

Activity/Procedure/Stage

Interaction

Review or Preview (if


applicable)

Linking & Transitioning to rest of


lesson:

(for example:
SS-T)

Activity 1: Book Club:


Character Descriptions

Transition to #2:_We learn a


lot about the main
characters in the first two
chapters of the novel. But,
we also learn a lot of other
details that are important to
the story.

Review of yesterday
-Ask the students what kind of
global issues we talked about
yesterday
BOOK CLUB RULES
-everyone may have a different
opinion, thats good!
-No spoilers!

SS-T

1.1 Pre-Stage: Students come to


the board to write information about
the main characters.
SS
-Who are the characters were
introduced to?
What are some words we can use
SS-T
to describe them?
1.2. During Stage: Students will
create character desccriptions
using given phrasal verbs.
Students will write their
descriptions on butcher paper.

SS-T

Time

5-10
min

5 min

15
min

After, the groups will read each


others descriptions and check for
errors.
1.3 Post-Stage: Discussion
Questions-ask students:
-What are these word phrases
called (phrasal verbs)?
-Do you think these character
descriptions will change?

10
min

Tangible Outcome & T.


feedback/peer feedback: Error
correction for phrasal verbs
Activity 2: Book Club:
Discussion

Transition to #3: We are


happy to see that you have
such a deep understanding
of the content. Hope you
can keep reading the book.
And now, we are going to
talk a little bit more about
the historical background.

2.1 Pre-Stage: This week the


theme has been controvery. What
are some of the controversial
issues in this novel (that we see in
the first two chapters?) These
issues are good disucssion
questions
2.2. During Stage: Separate into
two groups. each group will
receieve a question sheet.
Together, the group should write
down two discussion questions.
After the groups will switch papers.
The students will discuss the
discussion questions and write
down a summary on the answer
sheet.
2.3 Post-Stage: Each group will
share their summary. The group
that wrote the questions will state if
they agree or disagree with the
summary.
Tangible Outcome & T.
feedback/peer feedback: write
sentences that should be corrected
on the board, or take down for
group correction

5 min
SS-T

20
min

SS

SS
10
min

Activity 3: Preposition
Practice

4.1 Pre-Stage: Hand out


preposition practice worksheets
and read the directions together.

4.2. During Stage: Students work


together in groups to fill in the
prepositions. The groups should
switch papers to check for errors.
Transition to Wrap-Up: So
Circle any prepositions that you
that is pretty much about
think may be incorrect. Return the
todays class, thank you for paper back to the original group
comming. But before you
and review answers. Any
leave, I want you to take out discrepancies will be shared as a
a peice of paper, and think
whole class
about what you have
learned throughout the
whole week.
4.3 Post-Stage: Share answers to
the discussion questions (found at
the bottom of the page)

1 min
SS-T

SS

5 min

5 min
SS-T

SS

5 min

SS

10
min

Tangible Outcome & T.


feedback/peer feedback:
Completed passages with
prepositions from the novel

Wrap-up
Classroom change

Lesson Evaluation Procedures:


Exit Ticket: Looking Back on this
Week

Materials:Powerpoint, Handouts for activities

Anticipated Problems & Suggested Solutions:


When doing the book club activity, students dont have enough knowledge about the history
background.
We will bring in some reading about the history background in the next activity.
Contingency Plans (what you will do if you finish early, etc.):
Speaking activity- Why we often change classrooms?
Group Corrections Handout- In pairs/small groups students will correct their own errors

Post-Lesson Reflections: