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Lesson Plan: How to Write a Date: Oct.

19, 2016 Grade: Secondary 5


Duration: 75 min Group:
Dystopian Short Story. 56-04

Final Project For Term 1


Objective By the end of this lesson, the students will be able to:

Develop their critical thinking skills


Enhance collaboration and
communication skills
Students will identify the elements of a
short story and the elements of dystopian
fiction.

Materials:
Materials: PowerPoint, hand out of guidelines to writing
a dystopian short story and brainstorming sheet.

Subject Competency:

Competency 1. Uses language/talk to communicate and to learn


Competency 3: Produces texts for personal and social purposes

Cross Curricular Competencies:


Competency 8. Cooperates with others
Competency 9. Communicates appropriately
Time Lesson
Introduction:

Powerpoint: The lesson will start with a hook by


10 min showing a short clip called These are the 5
things which introduces the elements of a short
story. This will be a quick review.

Short review of what dystopian is. Students have


already been introduced to dystopia in another
lesson. Therefore, this will also be a quick
review.
35 min Development:

Hand out the guidelines to writing a dystopian


short story and go over every step together as a
class.

25 min
Assessment:
Give each student a brainstorming sheet on how
to write a dystopian short story
Students will work on their brainstorming sheet
for the rest of the class time.

Conclusion:
Advise students that they will have more time to
complete their brainstorming next class, and will begin
writing their short story.

PROFESSIONAL Competency 2: To communicate clearly in the


COMPETENCIES ADDRESSED: language of instruction, both orally and in writing, using
correct grammar, in various contexts related to teaching.

Competency 5: To evaluate student progress in learning


the subject content and mastering the related
competencies.

Competency 6: To plan, organize and supervise a class


in such a way as to promote students learning and
social development.

Competency 8: To integrate information and


communications technologies (ICT) in the preparation
and delivery of teaching/learning activities and for
instructional management and professional development
purposes.