Grade: 10
Subject: English
The Lord of the Flies
After reading the last chapter of Lord of the Flies, students will write chapter 13 of the story. They will use the context clues from the novel and combine them with their own imagination to create an additional chapter to the book.

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1. TSWBAT connect the published story of Lord of the Flies to their own desire for the outcome of the story.
2. TSWBAT use their background knowledge of story writing to create a story that is believable, accurate, full of imagery, and has a beginning, middle, and end.
Teacher Objectives-
1.TSWBAT write an additional chapter to Lord of the Flies using context clues from the novel.
2. TSWBAT write an additional chapter to Lord of the Flies that contains a beginning, a middle, and an end.
3. TSWBAT create an accurate plot graph for their additional chapter in Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies
Blank Paper
Lined Paper
Colored Pencils/Markers
Example Chapter
Example Plot Graph
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1. Review plot graphs and elements of a story
2. Pass out assignment, and explain goals of assignment
3. Time for student questions

2. Lesson Progression-

1. Read and analyze example chapter 13

3. Guided Practice-

1. Students will have 5 minutes to work on their own. After 5 minutes, the teacher will ask for questions and/or difficulties felt by students so far

4. Student Practice-

1. Students will work independently on their chapters
2. Students who want, can ask the teacher to review their work before moving on to the plot graph
3. Students will create a traditional plot graph that labels the events of their own chapter 13 for Lord of the Flies

5. Learner Accommodations-

1. Students who need a sample plot graph will be provided one

6. Assessment-

1. Completion of chapter 13
2. Completion of a plot graph

7. Lesson Closure-

1. Students will think-pair-share their own chapter 13
2. Students who feel comfortable will be able to share their chapter 13 with the class
3. As a class, we will discuss what worked in their stories and what didn't work
Measuring Student Progress-
1. Rubric of story elements seen in chapter 13
2. Student participation in closure discussion

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