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SIOP Lesson Plan Template 1

Teacher: Ms. Rhee and Mr.C Date: 6/28/17 Grade/Class/Subject: Grade 10, English II

Unit/Theme: Standards:
Introducing Irony
E4.6(A) analyze the effect of ambiguity, contradiction,
subtlety, paradox, irony, sarcasm, and overstatement in
literary essays, speeches, and other forms of literary
nonfiction.

ELPS 2(C) learn new language structures, expressions,


and basic and academic vocabulary heard during
classroom instruction and interactions.

ELPS 3(D) speak using grade-level content area


vocabulary in context to internalize new English words
and build academic language proficiency

Content Objective(s): Language Objective(s):


Students will be able to read the text provided
Students will be able to identify three types of irony by the teacher and identify the types of irony.
Students will be able to write examples of the
different types of irony
Students will be able to use appropriate literary
terms to explain types of irony to a partner.

KEY VOCABULARY: SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS:


Irony, situational, dramatic, verbal Copies of Prezi PDF
Irony situational cards
Examples of Irony memes

SIOP FEATURES
PREPARATION SCAFFOLDING GROUP OPTIONS
Adaptation of content X Modeling Whole class
X Links to background X Guided practice X Small groups
Links to past learning X Independent practice Partners
Strategies incorporated Comprehensible input X Independent
INTEGRATION OF PROCESSES APPLICATION ASSESSMENT
Reading X Hands-on X Individual
X Writing Meaningful Group
X Speaking X Linked to objectives X Written
Listening X Promotes engagement Oral
LESSON SEQUENCE:
Presentation
INTRODUCE THE TERM IRONY
PRESENT THE 3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF IRONY
ALLOW STUDENTS THE CHANCE TO MATCH THE 3 EXAMPLES WITH SEVERAL SCENARIOS
USE EXAMPLE OF A DIABET
IC DYING ON HIS WAY TO GET MORE INSULIN. HIS DEATH IS BY TRUCK. DISCUSS WAYS TO MAKE THIS
SCENARIO IRONIC

Practice
Students will be split into groups and given irony situational cards
Students will use sentence stems to explain their thinking on whether they agree or disagree with the
classification of Irony
Groups will share the examples of irony they were able to agree on
Students will then choose a card to complete on their own. Additionally students will explain in writing a
time when they experienced that particular type of irony
Assessment
Assess student performance during the matching activities and collect the students writing
from the practice/application activity.

REFLECTIONS:

Template adapted from Echevarria, Vogt, and Short (2008), Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners:
The SIOP Model.