1. Topic-
Greek Myths continued.
2. Content-

3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1:The learner will use language to express individual perspectives drawn from personal or related experience

4:The learner will use critical thinking skills and create criteria to evaluate print and non-print materials.

5:The learner will respond to various literary genres using interpretive and evaluative processes.
4. Objectives-
1.04-Reflect on learning experiences
4.01-Determine the purpose of the author or creator
5.01-increase fluency, comprehension, and insight through a meaningful and comprehensive literacy program
5. Materials and Aids-
literature book
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Students will complete their study of Greek myths by reading about Medusa in their Literature book.

Warm Up: What is fate?What would it been like to to know what is going to happen in the future?

B. Development-

sub will read pg 350 to the class. The class will read pg 351-359.

C. Practice-

Students will popcorn read the story of "Medusa's Head"

D. Independent Practice-

Students will finish reading the story at home if not completed in class. Students are to work on worksheets in class as they are reading and at home.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

Ms. Satchel and Ms. Foronda can take students out to work with one on one (class one only).

F. Checking for understanding-

Students will have a quiz on Friday on "Medusa's Head"

G. Closure-

Students are to write me a letter explaining what they learned in class through their reading of "Medusa's Head"
7. Evaluation-
I will assess the students answers on the worksheet to see if they understood what was being read. I will use the letter to me to also evaluate writing style, conventions and of course comprehension of what was read.

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