Grade: 12th
Subject: English
Introduction to "Beowulf"
By the end of the class period, students will now have background knowledge to have a better understanding of what they are about to learn in "Beowulf."

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1. Make sure the students understand what "Beowulf" is about, since it is not very easy to understand and learn.
2. Help the students engage in use of the "Smart Board."
3. By the end of class, I would like the students to become better note takers.
Teacher Objectives-
1. Visible engagement.
2. Hands-on use of Technology.
3. Enthusiastic student lesson resulting in enhanced classromm management.
"Smart Board" and marker board.
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1. Present the students with a comprehensive background of "Beowulf."

2. Lesson Progression-

1. Review of specific vocabulary terminology via websites.
2. Interactive note taking via the "Smart board."

3. Guided Practice-

1. Provide the students a worksheet working in a small group setting.
2. Monitor the activity and provide guidance as appropriate.

4. Student Practice-

1. Begin reading "Beowulf."
2. Provide vocabulary worksheet along with the assignment.
3. Provide opportunity for note taking as students progress.

5. Learner Accommodations-

1. Allow for all students to move at their own pace.
2. Provide additional assistance as necessary; 1:1

6. Assessment-

1. Constantly ask the students if they are understanding "Beowulf."
2. Enbable the students to contribute and provide feedback.

7. Lesson Closure-

1. At the end of class, I would give the students "Exit slips" where they would write about 5-10 facts that they learned about "Beowulf" in today's lesson.
Measuring Student Progress-
1. Review of "Exit slips."
2. Assess student feedback.

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