Teacher: Chapman Subject: Linked Learning English I-PAP Tuesday Monday Day Houston Independent School District Secondary Lesson Plan Sheet H.I.S.D. Objectives Ⓡ ELA.9.9C Make subtle inferences and draw complex conclusions about the ideas in text and their organizational patterns. Ⓡ ELA.9.Fig19B Make complex inferences about text and use textual evidence to support understanding. Ⓡ ELA.9.9A Summarize text and distinguish between a summary that captures the main ideas and elements of a text and a critique that takes a position and expresses an opinion. Ⓢ ELA.9.10A Analyze the relevance, quality and credibility of evidence given to support or oppose an argument for a specific audience. Ⓢ ELA.9.10B Analyze famous speeches for the rhetorical structures and devices used to convince the reader of the authors’ propositions. Student Objectives SWBAT: -Read for a sustained period of time -Summarize the first couple of pages of the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird SWBAT: - Employ rhetorical appeals in their writing -Identify and analyze the effectiveness of the use of rhetorical appeals and fallacies in various media -Analyze a famous speech for the use of techniques of persuasion Westside High School Week of: Nov. 10-14, 2014 Teaching and Enrichment Activities Do First: Intro to Cycle 3 Review: Chapman Café Expectations Lesson of the Day: Reading Fluency/SAR Activity 1: Chapman Cafe Activity 2: To Kill a Mockingbird summary List Resources and Materials -Chapman Café Materials -Student Reading/Writing Folders -copies of the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird Do First: Persuasive Journal Prompt (must employ one of the three rhetorical appeals and one fallacy) Review: Rhetorical Appeals/Fallacies Lesson of the Day: Techniques of Persuasion Activity 1: Rhetorical Appeals Practice (minor grade) Activity 2: Persuasive Fallacy Depiction Assignment (minor grade) Activity 3: JFK Inaugural Address Rhetorical Analysis Essay Overview -Student Journals -Rhetorical Appeals Practice Sheet -Fallacies Reference Guide -Persuasion Fallacy Depiction Assignment -Rhetorical Analysis Essay Guidelines Handout -Copies of JFK’s Inaugural Address Hm Wk Read chapters 1-5 (pages 166) of to TKAM. Due Monday! SOAPSTone JFK’s Inaugural Address Friday Wednesday/Thursday Day H.I.S.D. Objectives ELA.9.13A Plan a first draft by selecting the correct genre for conveying the intended meaning to multiple audiences, determining appropriate topics through a range of strategies (e.g., discussion, background reading, personal interests, interviews), and developing a thesis or controlling idea. Ⓡ ELA.9.13B Structure ideas in a sustained and persuasive (logical) way (e.g., using outlines, note taking, graphic organizers, lists) and develop drafts in timed and open-ended situations that include transitions and the rhetorical devices used to convey meaning. Ⓡ ELA.9.15A.iii Write an analytical essay of sufficient length that includes a controlling idea or thesis. Ⓡ ELA.9.15A.iii Write an analytical essay of sufficient length that includes a controlling idea or thesis. Ⓡ ELA.9.15A.i Write an analytical essay of sufficient length that includes effective introductory and concluding paragraphs and a variety of sentence structures. Ⓡ ELA.9.15A.ii Write an analytical essay of sufficient length that includes rhetorical devices, and transitions between paragraphs. Ⓡ ELA.9.15A.v Write an analytical essay of sufficient length that includes relevant information. Student Objectives SWBAT: -Accurately analyze a persuasive writing prompt -Create an outline for an analytical essay -Create a succinct thesis statement which addresses a rhetorical analysis writing prompt SWBAT: - Create clear topic sentences -Appropriately embed evidence into sentences to create coherent paragraphs -Write a concluding paragraph Teaching and Enrichment Activities Do First: Quote Analysis Review: Techniques of Persuasion Lesson of the Day: Writing the Rhetorical Analysis of the JFK’s Inaugural Address Activity 1: Unpacking the prompt Activity 2: Outlining Activity 3: Creating the thesis statement List Resources and Materials -Student Journals - Rhetorical Analysis Essay Guidelines Handout -Rhetorical Analysis Graphic Organizer -Holt McDougal Textbook, Grade 9 -Creating Thesis Statements Handout Do First: Persuasive Journal Prompt (thesis statement practice) Review: Writing the Rhetorical Analysis of the JFK’s Inaugural Address Lesson of the Day: Rhetorical Analysis Rough Draft (minor grade) Activity 1: Creating Topic Sentences/Transitions Activity 2: Embedding Evidence Activity 3: Conclusions -Student Journals Rhetorical Analysis Essay Guidelines Handout -Rhetorical Analysis Graphic Organizer -Holt McDougal Textbook, Grade 9 Hm Wk Read chapters 1-5 (pages 166) of to TKAM. Due Monday! Read chapters 1-5 (pages 166) of to TKAM. Due Monday!
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