Lesson: Text to Self Connection: Angry

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Lesson Objective

AIMS for the class (on the board before class starts): SWBAT make a text to self connection with the way the character feels (angry) in a given text.

Lesson Plan

*Lesson plan uploaded here as a .doc

 

  Achievement First Lesson Planning Template (2-pager)                 

                                                                                                                                   

Teacher:  Strattner

Date:  

Subject: Reading Comp

Class:  Louisville

AIMS for the class (on the board before class starts):

 

SWBAT make a text to self connection with the way the character feels (angry) in a given text.

 

EXIT SLIP / Assessment of FIRM MASTERY of the Aims:

 

Completed Text to Self Graphic Organizer

AGENDA with times for each item (on board before class starts):

Intro: 2 min

I: 8 min

We: 10 min

You: 5 min

 

MATERIALS:

 

I/We: A Weekend with Wendell

You: It’s Actually My Party  

1) Quick Questions / Do Now (Cumulative Review and Geared for Quick Success) 3-5 minutes 

1)  Turn to your neighbor and remind them what a text to self connection is. ( A self connection is when you find something in the text that reminds you of your own life)

2) Students go over the AIMS and AGENDA for the class (on the board) 30 seconds to 1 minute

3) Mini-Lesson / Modeling (“I” or “I/We”) 5-15 minutes

 

·          Scholars, yesterday we had more practice making text to self connections.

·         TW ask Ss to share out what a T2S connection is. (A T2S connection is when you find something in the text that reminds you of your own life.)  

·         SW TPS about why we make text-to-self connections.

·         TW select 1-2 scholars to share out (We make text-to- self connections to better understand the book we are reading.)

·         TW talk through the emotion in A Weekend with Wendell.

·         TW think aloud a text to self connection between her life and Sophie’s in A Weekend with Wendell. .

Key Vocabulary 0-5 minutes, interwoven

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4) Guided Practice (“We”) 5-20 minutes

 

·         TW ask Ss to help her fill in the graphic organizer.

·         SW TPS about the text-to-self connection T made.

·         TW ask 1-2 Ss to share out.

·         TW fill in the graphic organizer.

·         TW highlight drawing a picture of the character feeling in one box and your own feeling in the other box.

·         TW explain that you must write the connection on the lines below: In A Weekend with Wendell, Sophie feels angry because her cousin Wendell is playing all of these mean tricks on her when he is visiting. I feel angry when my little brother plays tricks on me.

·         SW TPS about a time when they have felt angry.

 

Key questions to check for understanding during GP: (Level 1 and Level 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5) Way to Check for Understanding before Independent Practice 1-3 minutes (proceed only if class masters)

SW TPS and explain to their partner what they will be working on at desks.  

6) Independent (or pair / small group) Practice (“You”):

15-25 minutes

·         SW identify the emotion of Charlie after Lola has opened all of his cards/presents and blew out his candles. (angry)

·         SW return to their desks and complete the T2S G.O.

·         TW circulate for existence and to check Ss work.

 

 

7) Cumulative Review

 

T should ask Ss to make T2S connections.

8) Homework

 

Have scholars make a T2S connection with a book they are reading at home.

 

9) Exit Slip / Final Assessment of FIRM MASTERY of the Aim:  1-5 minutes

SW make a T2S connection with Charlie’s feelings (angry)     

Lesson Reflection

What went well?

 

Scholars were successful because they spent the last 2 days making text-to-self connections. They found it easier to relate to this specific feeling. 

What would you change?

 

Make sure scholars are focused on the specific feeling of anger. It’s important that scholars have practice making specific text-to-self connections.

What needs explanation?

 

Make sure scholars make connections that are substantial and about the feelings- i.e. not about physical traits etc. If they give you a superficial connection, guide them to think about the way Splat is feeling. 

 

 

               

Lesson Resources

Text to Self connection Angry LP 12   Lesson Plan
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Text to Self Connection Organizer   Classwork
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