Published on December 17, 2014
What assessment(s) will be used to measure student growth for this ? ubri for teaher gradingeasuring purposes peer rubri assessents individua stave -4 tests. Growth Target(s) Considering all available data and content requirements, what growth target(s) can students be expected to reach? MaP testing gives a growth projection for each individual student, growth target should reflect that. Rationale for Growth Target(s) What is your rationale for setting the above target(s) for student growth within the interval of instruction? The target MAP test reports provide is based on trends of previous years test. Content Standards Addressed (both state and national)*: Common Core Standard: L.8.3 Analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision. Ohio has adopted Common Core Standards. Technology Standards Addressed (national)*:Research and information fluency Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information. 21 st Century Tool Used: Animoto storyboard Text/Resources Used : “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, computer lab with Internet capability Goals and Objective(s) of the Lesson: Students will be able to analyze how particular lines of dialogue o r incidents in the story “A Christmas Carol” propel the action, reveal aspects of a character, or provoke a decision. Objective-Create a storyboard using dialog (such as Scrooge and his nephew, Scrooge and Belle, Scrooge and the 3 ghosts) or incidents (Scrooge seeing his grave, Scrooge seeing Tiny Tim’s crutch above the mantle) from the story that give character analysis, cause a change or decision (such as Scrooge changing his views about Christmas Day). Prerequisite Skill(s) Needed: Being able to read text and analyze meanings of text, actions of characters, being able to cite evidence to support claims (such as an action that caused a change/decision. How will you teach students the objectives identified above. (List step-by-step description of the lesson. ) Introduction: Daily agenda with goals/standards/learning objectives on overhead/Elmo Students have been introduced previously to vocabulary and characters the will occur in each stave. Prior to each new stave, a clip of the George C. Scott version related to that stave has been shown. Teacher has read aloud parts or CD played with students following along in the text.