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Thursday 11-15-12 Name: Nadine Dare Grade: 10 Date: 11/15/12 Conflict of Two Kinds

Schedule: Period 1 8:05-8:55 Period 3 9:55-10:45 Period 4 10:50-11:45 Period 5 11:50-12:40 Period 6 1:20-2:10

Focus: This lesson will help students determine the conflict within a story.

Indiana Academic Standards and Indicators: 10.3.3 Evaluate interactions between characters in a literary text and explain the way those interactions affect the plot. Example: Compare the development of the characters as they are represented in Merlin: The Coming of Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, retold in a collection by David Day and The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights by John Steinbeck. Analyze characters traits by what the characters say about themselves in narration, dialogue, and soliloquy (when they speak out loud to themselves). Example: Read works, such as Im Nobody! Who Are You? by Emily Dickinson or In Search of Our Mothers Gardens by Alice Walker, and analyze the characters, citing specific examples from the text to develop this description.

10.3.4

Objectives: 1. Students will be able to demonstrate reading comprehension through written response to guided reading questions.

Materials: - Chinas One Child Policy at 30 (98 copies) - Chinese Officials Seized and Sold Babies, Parents Say (12 copies) - Cultural Differences in Parenting Practices (11 copies)

Strategies: - Reading - Writing - Discussion

Thursday 11-15-12
Schedule: Period 1 8:05-8:55 Period 3 9:55-10:45 Period 4 10:50-11:45 Period 5 11:50-12:40 Period 6 1:20-2:10

Procedures:

1 Hand out Chinas Lost Girls packets 2 Watch Chinas Lost Girls, Chinas One Child Policy Creates Massive Gender Imbalance, and Exemptions in Chinas One Child Policy. (10 min) 3 Allow time in between each video clip for students to answer questions in packet. 4 Divide the class into three groups (Periods 3,5); Periods 4, 6 divide into four groups, two of which are led by a teacher). (5 min) 5 Give each group one article to read, answer questions over, and prepare to present to the rest of the class: Chinese Officials Seized and Sold Babies, Cultural Differences in Parenting Practices, and In China, Dads Hunt for Missing Kids. (25 min) 6 Come together as a class and share findings. (10 min)

Evaluation: 1: Students will demonstrate reading comprehension through written response to guided reading questions.

References Chinas Lost Girls video Chinas One Child Policy Creates Massive Gender Imbalance video Exemptions in Chinas One Child Policy video Cultural Differences in Parenting Practices: What Asian American Families Can Teach Us Chinese Officials Seized and Sold Babies, Parents Say In China, Dads Hunt for Missing Kids: Reports Say Thousands of Children Vanish Every Year