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Monday 4/4 Tuesday 4/5 Wednesday Thursday 4/7 Friday 4/8

4/6

Mini: lit.
Reader’s Papers passed CMT elements
Theatre out Literature mini/Beliefs/Cust Independent
Using Poetry Continue circles using oms Reading(teach
Reader’s Poetry Story Read er
Theatre/(mini-lit. Mini Dip Stick conferences)
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Poetry work

4/4-4/5
Monday & Tuesday
Literacy Performance Tasks

Bulletin Board connecting themes and Acrostic poems


Acrostic Poems
Reader’s Theatre using poems

Objective: Students will utilize Reader’s Theatre, to practice and recognize volume,
clarity, expression, cooperation, and reading in turn.

Materials Needed:

Emily Dickinson’s “Because I Could Not Stop for Death He Kindly Stopped For Me”
Diane Shore, “Get out of Bed”
Anonymous “A Lesson Learned”
Anonymous, “I’d Rather”
Reader’s Workshop Poetry Rubric

Strategies/Agenda:

Teacher will model and discuss Reader’s Workshop


Students will practice Reader’s Workshop with “Get out of Bed”
Students will then be placed in pairs for their oral read

Homework:

Students will write a two voice poem that can be used for Reader’s Workshop.

Wednesday 4/6

Objective: students will utilize literature circle roles to analyze the poem “Nothing
Gold Can Stay”, from The Outsiders, and select Free verse poems from Out of the
Dust.

Materials:

Copied poems:
“Nothing Gold Can Stay:
3 Free verse poems from Out of the Dust
Strategies/Agenda

Teacher will review literature circles roles and responsibilities


Teacher will pass out poem one
Students will use literature circle/poem modified role sheets,
To discuss poems meaning, patterns, and other poetic devices.
Students will have an open discussion regarding poems to finish
Literature roles turned in.

Homework:
Copies of cloze practice passage and ____

4.7 Thursday

Objectives: students will practice CMT strategies for mini 3 objectives, A5, B3, D3

Strategy/Agenda:

Teacher will read small paragraph from the board.


Teacher will model responses for questions B3/D3/A5
Teacher will pass out short story
Students will independently complete questions
Turn in work
Teacher will independently conference during completion.

Homework:

Complete CMT exit slip question

Friday 4.8

Objectives: Students will practice independent reading skills. Students will also look
for examples of similes, metaphors, assonance, alliteration, theme, and other
literary elements while reading.

Strategy/Agenda:

Teacher will provide examples on the board (review) of :


Similes, metaphors, assonance, alliteration, theme
Students will independently read 20minutes
Students will orally share examples of literary elements from the text
Students will write about one specific literary element in their journal

Homework:
No Homework/Rest up for mini #3