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Instructors name: Devin Ayers Week of: 03/24 03/28 Course/Grade: Grade 11 AP Language and Composition Unit Name: Existentialism by Jean-Paul Sartre

Common Core/ NM Content Standards: RL.11-12.1; RL.11-12.2; RL.11-12.4; RI.11-12.1; RI.11-12.2; W.11-12.1; W.11-12.2; W.11-12.7; SL.11-12.1; SL.11-12.4 Essential Question(s): What is Existentialism? What would the behavior of one who followed it as a philosophy of the mind look like? What do Existentialists value? Other considerations (modifications, accommodations, acceleration, etc.): Students who require it will receive extended deadlines for writing assignments and/or shortened reading. Connections (prior learning/prior knowledge): Students will access previous information about philosophical points of view (including Existentialism) from previous work in this course. Resources/Materials Teacher: Students: The Norton Reader FRQ writing prompt AP practice multiple choice items Assessment (How will you monitor progress and know students have successfully met outcomes?) Daily: direct observation This Week: direct observation/multiple choice practice items/FRQ essay/Socratic dialogue Unit: direct observation/multiple choice practice items/FRQ essay/Socratic dialogue

Time allotted MONDAY Learning TargetStudents will increase their understanding of the philosophy of Existentialism. They will show their learning through class notes based on in-class research conducted in small groups. Each group will report out on their findings. Separate groups will cover: the history of Existentialism, key figures of the movement, great works of Existentialists,

Lesson activities for instructor and students Assignment(s) DueClass notes (exit ticket)

key elements of the philosophy and influences on literature and future philosophical movements. TUESDAY Learning TargetStudents will read and comprehend Existentialism by Jean-Paul Sartre. They will show their learning by reading in small groups and reporting out at the end of class. Assignment(s) Due-

WEDNESDAY Learning TargetStudents will improve their abilities in essay writing. They will show their learning by completing an FRQ based on Existentialism by Jean-Paul Sartre. THURSDAY Learning TargetStudents will improve their skills in completing AP multiple choice items. They will show their learning by completing practice items and discussing the correct and incorrect answers as a whole class.

Assignment(s) DueFRQ essay

Assignment(s) DueMultiple choice practice items

FRIDAY Learning TargetStudents will improve their skills in speaking and listening. They will show their learning by participating in Socratic dialogue.

Assignment(s) DueSocratic dialogue: Existentialism by JeanPaul Sartre