Students will discover by looking as word choice and sentence structure how language styles Diction and Syntax from Civil have changed over time. After the reading lesson, students will write two RAFTs in the style of the times to show their War Times to the Present: understanding. In this lesson, students will read and analyze literary devices used in Edgar Allan Poe's "The Masque of the Red Death." They will read the first part of the story with support and modeling from the teacher, the next part in small Creating Suspense Lesson 1: groups, and the final section on their own. Students will examine Poe's use of imagery, foreshadowing, simile, Analyzing Literary Devices in personification, symbolism, and characterization.
Constructing Meaning through Reading and Writing Shannon Zelayandia Grand Canyon University: EED-475 April 7, 2013 Constructing Meaning through Reading and Writing |Strategy |Activity |Assessment | |Teach the Author-Reader Relationship |Write Aloud: Give the students a small passage |Have the students hand in their papers and | | |and then have the students write what the |check for a clear understanding by what answers| | |author’s purpose is. Including main characters,|the students put down. Have each student bring | | |plot, main idea, and setting. They can also |up the paper one by one and ask further | | |draw a picture to go with it. |questions to the students t check for a better | | | |understanding.
However, some lessons have a short story regarding a city or person that they need to read to focus on writing and creativity skills. Also at the end of the third lesson, there are activities to help the students learn how to work together to do activities in creating skits of the era for doing tasks, or creating new skills. When doing assessments it is very important that the students have a textbook to help 2 them study and do their best for the formal and authentic assessments. The lesson plan includes its goals, objectives, National Council for Social Studies Standards, and formal assessment that will be use that provides learning criteria and indicators through traditional or alternative assessment means (Kessler, & Judson,
When it comes to reading whether it is for pleasurable or learning students should understand what they are reading. During my Gen 105 class we discuss how the Sq3r can help students comprehend what they have read. The SQ3R is a technique used to develop reader from passive to active readers. Sq3R stands for survey, questions, reading, reciting and reviewing. Surveying is the first stage this is when a student picks up a book to determine if they would like to read it.
Frank Smith, (2004), argues that teachers should model collaboration for their students by participating with them in writing skills for brainstorming, composing, and editing. This allows teachers to work with students to complete new writing skill tasks rather than one they already have agreed
Objectives: After this lesson the student will know how to use descriptive words in stories they write to make the story more interesting to the reader. They will write a story using these words. 2. Materials • Writing paper • Pencils and erasers 3. Standards: o Language Arts-Writing: Uses the general skills and strategies of the writing process; Uses the stylistic and rhetorical aspects of writing o Language Arts-Viewing: Uses viewing skills and strategies to understand and interpret visual media o Students employ a wide range of strategies as they write and use different writing process elements appropriately to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes.
By using these shortcuts we were able to slide the sounds together to make words and begin our reading process. I had my student to take the shortcut “ch” and “sh” and call out words that have those sounds in them. I was really surprised that she related the sounds to the names of our family members first and then was able to come up with some words from her
a. Your reasons for taking this class b. Your career goals (both temporary and long-term) c. A brief description of your employment, if any, and your favourite activities d. An assessment and discussion of your current writing skills, including your strengths and weaknesses. e. A brief discussion of your familiarity with e-mail, the Internet, and research skills. Once finished, upload a copy of your document to the specified Dropbox (“Introducing Myself”) on FOL A.
Stimulate thinking. Referral to timeline History Wall in the class made by the students. Ask questions to inform journal writing. | Teacher Introduction to lesson activity.Student Handouts given.Student to read last instalment of Pioneering Pommies of 1910. P38.Ask students to come and ask questions if needed.
| | |Using guiding questions, lead students through discussion on the importance of each | | |document. | | |Day Three: | | |Ask students to decide if they would go. This could be a quick write at the | | |beginning of the session, or just something the teacher asks them to think about. | | |Have students stand on a designated side of the room if they would “Go” or “Not Go” | | |west. Working through each object/ document, ask students to use their evidence to