Teacher: Miller Dates: March 2-6



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Lesson Plans 6th grade Reading

Teacher: Miller Dates: March 2-6





















 
















 

 




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THURSDAY

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Standard(s)


6.SL.1.1- engage in a range of collaborative discussions. (Bell work discussion
6.RI.1.1

6.RI.3.7

6.RI.3.9


6.SL.1.1- engage in a range of collaborative discussions. (Bell work discussion
6.RI.1.2


6.SL.1.1- engage in a range of collaborative discussions. (Bell work discussion
6.RI.1.2


6.SL.1.1- engage in a range of collaborative discussions. (Bell work discussion
6.RI.1.1





6.SL.1.1- engage in a range of collaborative discussions. (Bell work discussion






Learning Goal

Students will practice and apply learned reading comprehension strategies. Students will demonstrate concepts learned through discussions, graphic organizers, and writing.

Students will practice and apply learned reading comprehension strategies. Students will demonstrate concepts learned through discussions, graphic organizers, and writing.

Students will practice and apply learned reading comprehension strategies. Students will demonstrate concepts learned through discussions, graphic organizers, and writing.

Students will practice and apply learned reading comprehension strategies. Students will demonstrate concepts learned through discussions, graphic organizers, and writing.

Students will practice and apply learned reading comprehension strategies. Students will demonstrate concepts learned through discussions, graphic organizers, and writing.

Objective

Students will determine how to compare and contrast text to media.

Students will identify helpful reading strategies in order to better understand the text.

Students will explain how to determine the main idea of the text.

Students will determine what is essential to include in a response to a question.

Students will identify helpful test taking strategies.

Essential Question

How does the R.A.C.E. writing strategy enhance my written responses?

How does the R.A.C.E. writing strategy enhance my written responses?

How does the R.A.C.E. writing strategy enhance my written responses?

How does the R.A.C.E. writing strategy enhance my written responses?

How does the R.A.C.E. writing strategy enhance my written responses?

Bell work

Today is Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Compile a list of a few books he is known for.

Read the passage Two New Superheroes Make Their Debut. Select and write out the best answers to each question.

Read the appetizer passage Romeo and Juliet. Select and write out the answer to the compare and contrast question.

Read the passage Atlantis: Myth or Reality. Select and write out the best answers to each question.

Read the passage entitled Crusader for Civil Rights. Select and write out the best answers for each question.

Agenda/Activities/Student Product

Bell Work
Bell Work Discussion

Teacher will review Ben Carson lesson from last week.

Teacher and students will review and discuss the similarities and differences between the article Think Big! and the movie Gifted Hands.

Students will use a graphic organizer to respond to a writing prompt: Explain how the article is developed as opposed to how the video is portrayed. Include evidence from both sources in your essay. (3-5 paragraphs)

Respond to EQ.
If time permits, students will read AR/Novel.


Bell Work
Bell Work Discussion

Teacher will introduce new article Elephants.


Teacher and students will read and text code article.

Respond to EQ.


If time permits, students will read AR/Novel.

Bell Work
Bell Work Discussion

Teacher will review key details from the article.

Teacher and students will review and discuss supporting details, unknown words, context clues, and questions.

Students will answer reading comprehension questions.

Respond to EQ.

If time permits, students will read AR/Novel.



Bell Work
Bell Work Discussion
Teacher will introduce Thought Question.
Teacher and students will review and discuss key details.
Students will respond to the Thought Question.
Respond to EQ.
If time permits, students will read AR/Novel.

Bell Work
Bell Work Discussion
Teacher will introduce Mock Test (Cause and Effect/Main Idea).
Teacher and students will discuss expectations.
Students will complete the Mock Test.
Respond to EQ.
If time permits, students will read AR/Novel.

Vocabulary

Review multiple vocabulary terms: Compare, Contrast, Test Structure, Main Idea, Infer, Text Evidence

Review multiple vocabulary terms: Compare, Contrast, Test Structure, Main Idea, Infer, Text Evidence

Review multiple vocabulary terms: Compare, Contrast, Test Structure, Main Idea, Infer, Text Evidence

Review multiple vocabulary terms: Compare, Contrast, Test Structure, Main Idea, Infer, Text Evidence


Review multiple vocabulary terms: Compare, Contrast, Test Structure, Main Idea, Infer, Text Evidence

Homework

Read at least 30 minutes each night and submit signed reading log

Read at least 30 minutes each night and submit signed reading log

Read at least 30 minutes each night and submit signed reading log

Read at least 30 minutes each night and submit signed reading log

Read at least 30 minutes each night and submit signed reading log

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