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Lesson Plan~The Academy for Technology & the Classics~Cultivating Fearless Learners

Instructors name:
Ayers

Course/Grade:
Grade 11 AP Language and Composition

Week of:

Unit Name:

04/13 04/17

The Stranger

(1A)*Essential

Question(s):
How would the Existentialist philosophy view our
public school system? How do we improve our skills in
completing multiple choice items?

Connections (prior/future learning):


Students will connect with prior experience in analyzing
literature and editing academic essays.
(1A/1B)

Common Core/State Standards:


RL.11-12; W.11-12; SL.11-12
(1E) Other considerations (modifications,
(1D) Resources/Materials:
accommodations, acceleration, ELL, etc.
Novel: The Stranger
All accommodations and modifications indicated in
student IEPs will be followed. Any needs of ELL
AP Vocabulary List
students (modification of assignment length,
modification of assignment complexity, modification of
source reading, etc.) will be implemented.
(1F) Assessment (How will you monitor progress and know students have successfully met outcomes? What happens
when students understand and when they dont understand?
(1A)

Daily: direct observation


This Week: direct observation/oral discussion/notes/Socratic dialogue
Lesson activities for instructor and students, (1F)
Embedded Formative Assessment,
(1B)

MONDAY
(1C) Learning Target: Students will improve their ability
to edit academic essays. They will show their learning by
engaging in oral discussion with a variety of peers.
(1C) Do Now: Describe something you feel you did well on
the essay we began last week.
TUESDAY
(1C) Learning Target: Students will improve their ability
to edit academic essays. They will show their learning by
generating an editing narrative.
(1C) Do Now: Based on our conversations yesterday,
describe three things you know you would like to change
about your essay.
In class, students will write one paragraph for each of
the following questions:
1. What can be added to your essay to improve it?
2. What needs to be removed from your essay?
3. What makes your essay original, or makes it
stand out?
4. What are you going to accomplish in this essay
that you have never accomplished before?

(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment:


(1B)Closing Activity: As a whole class, we will discuss
what we learned today and how we will use these skills
in the future.
(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: editing narrative
(1B)Closing Activity: As a whole class, we will discuss
what we learned today and how we will use these skills
in the future.

These narratives must be turned in Wednesday.

WEDNESDAY
(1C) Learning Target: Students will improve their ability
to correctly answer AP level multiple choice items. They
will show their learning by doing so.
(1C) Do Now: Please remind yourself (and the rest of us)
what strategies work for succeeding on multiple choice
exams.

(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: multiple choice


items
(1B)Closing Activity: As a whole class, we will discuss
what we learned today and how we will use these skills
in the future.

THURSDAY
(1C) Learning Target: Students will improve their
vocabulary skills in preparation for the AP Exam. They
will show their learning by completing a vocabulary
quiz.

(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: Vocabulary quiz


(1B)Closing Activity: Using a show of fingers, students
will indicate how well they believe they did on the quiz.

Do Now: Please take out a sheet of paper, a writing


apparatus, and clear your desk of all other materials.
(1C)

This quiz will cover ten terms taken from the entire
vocabulary list, which will be posted in class.
FRIDAY
(1C) Learning Target: Students will improve their skills
in speaking and listening. They will show their learning
through written notes and Socratic dialogue.
Do Now: Please produce your notes, text and
opening question.
(1C)

(1F)Embedded Formative Assessment: Written notes/oral


discussion
(1B)Closing

Activity: As a whole class, we will discuss


what we learned today and how we will use these skills
in the future.

This dialogue will cover Part II of The Stranger (to the


end of the book)
First and Second drafts of essays based on
Existentialism are DUE Friday, 04/17.

*Refers to NMTEACH Rubric:


1A-Demonstrating knowledge of content
1B-Designing coherent instruction
1C-Setting Instructional outcomes
1D-Demonstrating knowledge of resources
1E-Demonstrating knowledge of students
1F-Designing student assessment

Formative Assessment includes, but is not limited to:


Exit tickets, white board response, consensagrams, red/green cards, formal or
informal student conferences, sticky note assessment.