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Nom de l’enseignant : BERNARD WENGA NTCHEPING

Période d’enseignement : du 19/11/2018 au 28 /06/2019

Type: IT

 

Matériel pédagogique (manuels, cahiers d’exercices, etc.)

 

Français Dictionnaire Larousse Français et Anglais Cahier Leçons et devoirs

Fiches reproductibles Ouvrages de référence Portail Learn Alberta

Mathématiques

Sciences Cahier AU LABO les débrouillards Livre PowerKnowledge - Physical Science Livre PowerKnowledge – Earth and space Science Fiches reproductibles Documents d’étude Matériel d’expérimentation Portail Learn Alberta

Études sociales Les voix de la démocratie Fiches reproductibles Documents d’étude Portail Learn Alberta

English Language Arts

Santé Diet and nutrition activities Wellness Worksheet Fiches reproductibles Portail Learn Alberta

JUMPMATH Cours 6.1 et

Signature-Jamestowns-

6.2

Reading Study Documents Learn Alberta Portal

JUMPMATH Exercices 6.1 et 6.2 Fiches reproductibles

Calculatrice Instruments de géométrie

 

AquaMaths Portail Learn Alberta

     
 

Organisation et approches pédagogiques

 

Enseignement explicite utilisant les stratégies de francisation, d’inclusion et de différenciation. Travail individuel et en équipe Professeur du jour Dialogue intensif Étude et devoirs en classe Contrôle oral journalier Production de textes sur googledoc Présentation Powerpoint des sujets divers de la vie courante Compétition de question et réponses sur kahoot. Analyse et structure de dialogue Répétition théâtrale de dialogues Interactions orales entre les pairs dans un débat argumentatif Autoévaluation des performances orales à travers des vidéos enregistrées Interview enregistrée sur les problèmes d’actualités Plateforme d’apprentissage du français en ligne Learn Alberta Sorties éducatives

Enseignement explicite utilisant les stratégies de francisation, d’inclusion et de différenciation. Travail individuel et en équipe Approche basée sur le vécu quotidien Activités d’entraînement et de calcul mental Résolution de problèmes Étude et devoirs en classe Contrôle à la fin de chaque leçon Utilisation occasionnelle de la calculatrice Plateforme d’apprentissage en ligne Learn Alberta

Enseignement explicite utilisant les stratégies de francisation, d’inclusion et de différenciation. Travail individuel et en équipe Approche basée sur le vécu quotidien Approche par expérimentation et manipulation Activités de projet sur maquette Résolution de problèmes scientifiques Étude et devoirs en classe Contrôle à la fin de chaque leçon Sortie de terrain en vue d’observer les applications scientifiques Utilisation de la calculatrice Plateforme d’apprentissage en ligne Learn Alberta

Enseignement explicite utilisant les stratégies de francisation, d’inclusion et de différenciation. Travail individuel et en équipe Débats intensifs Étude et devoirs en classe Contrôle oral journalier Production de textes sur googledoc Présentation Powerpoint des sujets contenus dans les voix de la démocratie Compétition de questions et réponses sur kahoot. Analyse et structure de dialogue Quizz de compréhension du sujet Interactions orales entre les pairs dans un débat argumentatif Plateforme d’apprentissage Learn Alberta

Explicit teaching Discussions Group Individual and team work Oral presentations Written productions of comprehension text Analysis the logical structure Vocabulary Grammar

Enseignement explicite Discussions de groupe Observation et appréciation de productions Travail individuel et en équipes

 

Lessons and assessment

 

The homework and lesson’s planning are done every day according to the learning and evaluation opportunity. Summative evaluations are planned at the end of the chapter. Homework is upload in Google Classroom or be available to students on sheet of paper during the school day. The student is informed in advance when is planned the summative evaluation.

• The assignments are to be handed over to certain days in advance. They are corrected at this time.

 

• Lessons are to be practiced every evening from the day of classes during the week.

Lessons are audited by an oral assessment grid, a written production, a presentation in front of the class, and controls. Students are always informed in advance of the controls for which they must study and what they should study.

Lessons should spend an average of 60 minutes per day on homework and at least 15 minutes of personal reading of course’s books.

 

English Language Art, Grade 6

 

Title: CHAPTER I – «Signature-Jamestown’s- Reading »

 

Period: 19/11/2018 to 20 /12/2018

 

General Outcome 1: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to explore thoughts, ideas, feelings and experiences.

Specific Outcome 1.1: Students will use prior experiences with oral, print and other media texts to choose new texts that meet learning needs and interests.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to show his experiences with oral, print and other media texts and be able to choose new texts that meet learning needs and interests.

READING TEXT «Just One of the Guys»

1.1 Text reading. P8- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

1.2 Oral explanation of the story

 

1.3 Discussion about scrimmage game or tell us something about your favorite game

 

Specific Outcome 1.2: Students will read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

READING TEXT «Just One of the Guys»

1.4 Strategy builder. P7- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

1.5 Strategy break. P9- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.6 Text reading. P10-11 Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 1.3: Students will engage in exploratory communication to share personal responses and develop own interpretations.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to explore communication to share personal responses and develop own interpretations.

READING TEXT «Just One of the Guys»

1.7 Vocabulary builder and check. P6, 13- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

1.8 Strategy Follow up. P12- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

1.9 Personal checklist. P10-11 Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 1.4: Students will experiment with a variety of forms of oral, print and other media texts to discover those best suited for exploring, organizing and sharing ideas, information and experiences.

 

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use a variety of forms of oral, print and other media texts

Lesson 1

to

discover

those

best

suited

for exploring, organizing

and

sharing

ideas,

information

and

experiences.

 

READING TEXT «Just One of the Guys»

1.10 Strategy check. P14- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

1.11 Comprehension check. P14- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.12 Extending: Tell Brent’s story; Write a sport report; Make a trading card. P15- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

Specific Outcome 1.5: Students will assess a variety of oral, print and other media texts, and discuss preferences for particular forms.

 

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use a variety of oral, print and other media texts, and

Lesson 2

discuss preferences for particular forms.

 
 

2.1 Text reading. P18&19- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

2.2 Oral explanation of the story

 

READING TEXT

2.3 Strategy builder. P17- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

«Charlie

 

Johnson»

Specific Outcome 1.6: Students will assess to personal language use, and revise personal goals to enhance language learning and use.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use personal language, and revise personal goals to enhance language learning and use.

READING TEXT

2.4 Text reading. P20&23- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Charlie

2.5 Building background. P16- Signature-Jamestown’s

Johnson»

2.6 Vocabulary builder and check P16&25-Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 1.7: Students will select from the ideas and observations of others to expand personal understanding.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to select from the ideas and observations of others to expand personal understanding.

READING TEXT

2.7 Strategy break. P20- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Charlie

2.8 Strategy follow-up. P24- Signature-Jamestown’s

Johnson»

2.9 Personal checklist. P25- Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 1.8: Students will use talk, notes, personal writing and representing, together with texts and the ideas of others, to clarify and shape understanding.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to will use talk, notes, personal writing and representing, together with texts and the ideas of others, to clarify and shape understanding.

 

2.10 Strategy check. P26- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Charlie

2.11 Comprehension check. P26- Signature-Jamestown’s

Johnson»

2.12 Extending: draw and comment Charlie Johnson portrait; Make a PowerPoint presentation about the topic:

friendship

Specific Outcome 1.9: Students will evaluate the usefulness of new ideas, techniques and texts in terms of present understanding.

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to evaluate the usefulness of new ideas, techniques and texts in terms of present understanding.

 

3.1 Text reading. P30- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

3.2 Building background. P28- Signature-Jamestown’s

«How building

3.3 Vocabulary builder- P28-Signature-Jamestown’s

take shape»

3.4 Strategy builder. P29- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.5 Strategy break. P31- Signature-Jamestown’s

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to evaluate the usefulness of new ideas, techniques and texts in terms of present understanding.

 

3.6 Text reading. P32&33- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«How building

take shape»

3.7 Strategy follow-up. P34- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.8 Vocabulary check- P35-Signature-Jamestown’s

3.9 Personal checklist. P35- Signature-Jamestown’s

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to evaluate the usefulness of new ideas, techniques and texts in terms of present understanding.

 

3.10 Strategy check. P36- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.11 Comprehension check. P36- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«How building

take shape»

3.12 Vocabulary check- P35-Signature-Jamestown’s

3.13 Extending: perform on of your favorite experiment; make a how-to video; research with internet the pyramid in the world, and present it with PowerPoint in the class. Use kahoot for the questions.

Title: CHAPTER II – «Signature » reading and comprehension

Period: du 07/01/2019 au 22 /03/2019

General Outcome 2: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to comprehend and respond personally and critically to oral, print and other media texts.

Specific Outcome 2.1: Students will combine personal experiences and the knowledge and skills gained through previous experiences with oral, print and other media texts to understand new ideas and information.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to combine personal experiences and the knowledge and skills gained through previous experiences with oral, print and other media texts to understand new ideas and information.

 

1.1 Reading text. P40-41- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«The lighthouse

keeper’s

daughters»

1.2 Building background. P38- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.3 Vocabulary builder. P38- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.4 Strategy builder. P39- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.5 Explain orally the chain of situation.

Specific Outcome 2.2: Students will apply knowledge of organizational structures of oral, print and other media texts to assist with constructing and confirming meaning.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to apply knowledge of organizational structures of oral, print and other media texts to assist with constructing and confirming meaning.

 

1.6 Strategy break. P41- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.7 Reading text. P42-43- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«The lighthouse

keeper’s

daughters»

1.8 Personal checklist. P45- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.9 Vocabulary builder and check. P38&45-Signature-Jamestown’s

1.10 Strategy & comprehension check. P46- Signature-Jamestown’s

1.11 Extending: write a logbook entry, perform a scene, and present with PowerPoint more information about lighthouses; perform the presentation with kahoot.

Specific Outcome 2.3: Students will identify, and explain in own words, the interrelationship of the main ideas and supporting details.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify, and explain in own words, the interrelationship of the main ideas and supporting details.

 

2.1 Reading text. P50-51- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Lights that

guide ship home

»

2.2 Building background. P48- Signature-Jamestown’s

2.3 Vocabulary builder. P48- Signature-Jamestown’s

2.4 Strategy builder. P49- Signature-Jamestown’s

2.5 Strategy break. P51- Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 2.4: Students will preview the content and structure of subject area texts, and use this information to set a purpose, rate and strategy for reading.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to preview the content and structure of subject area texts, and use this information to set a purpose, rate and strategy for reading.

 

2.6 Text reading. P52-53 Signature-Jamestown’s

2.7 Strategy follow-up. P54- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

2.8 Personal checklist. P55- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Lights that guide ship home

2.9 Strategy & comprehension check. P56- Signature-Jamestown’s

»

Specific Outcome 2.5: Students will use definitions provided in context to identify the meanings of unfamiliar words.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use definitions provided in context to identify the meanings of unfamiliar words.

READING TEXT

2.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P48&55-Signature-Jamestown’s

«Lights that guide ship home

2.11 Meaning of unfamiliar words

2.12 Extending: draw lighthouse, present with PowerPoint the topic «shipwreck», perform the presentation

»

with «kahoot», write article about a «shipwreck».

Specific Outcome 2.5: Students will use definitions provided in context to identify the meanings of unfamiliar words.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use definitions provided in context to identify the meanings of unfamiliar words.

 

2.13 Learning new words

2.14 Idiom

2.15 Example of idiom

READING TEXT

2.16 Exercises (Idiom)

«Lights that

2.17 Compound words

guide ship home

2.18 Example of compound words

»

2.19 Exercises (compound words)

2.20 Antonyms

2.21 Example of antonyms

2.22 Exercises (Antonyms).

Specific Outcome 2.6: Students will monitor understanding by evaluating new ideas and information in relation to known ideas and information.

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to monitor understanding by evaluating new ideas and information in relation to known ideas and information.

 

3.1 Text reading. P62-63 Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «Dancing the cotton-eyed Joe»

3.2 Building background. P60- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.3 Vocabulary builder. P60- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.4 Strategy builder. P61- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

3.5 Strategy break. P64- Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 2.7: Students will use text features, such as charts, graphs and dictionaries, to enhance understanding of ideas and information.

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to text features, such as charts, graphs and dictionaries, to enhance understanding of ideas and information.

 

3.6 Text reading. P64-65- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.7 Strategy follow-up. P66- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.8 Personal checklist. P67- Signature-Jamestown’s

3.9 Vocabulary builder and check. P60&67-Signature-Jamestown’s

3.10 Strategy & comprehension check. P66- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «Dancing the cotton-eyed Joe»

3.11 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «country western dance», perform the presentation with «kahoot», choose your favorite movie of country music and share with the class. Write in the sheet of paper the song of your favorite country music.

Specific Outcome 2.8: Students will identify and use the structural elements of texts, such as magazines, newspapers, newscasts and news features, to access and comprehend ideas and information.

Lesson 4

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify and use the structural elements of texts, such as magazines, newspapers, newscasts and news features, to access and comprehend ideas and information.

 

4.1 Text reading. P72-73 Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «Lucy to be alive»

4.2 Building background. P69- Signature-Jamestown’s

4.3 Vocabulary builder. P69- Signature-Jamestown’s

4.4 Strategy builder. P71- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

4.5 Strategy break. P73- Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 2.8: Students will identify and use the structural elements of texts, such as magazines, newspapers, newscasts and news features, to access and comprehend ideas and information.

Lesson 4

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify and use the structural elements of texts, such as magazines, newspapers, newscasts and news features, to access and comprehend ideas and information.

 

4.6 Text reading. P74-75- Signature-Jamestown’s

4.7 Strategy follow-up. P76- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «Lucy to be alive»

4.8 Personal checklist. P77- Signature-Jamestown’s

4.9 Vocabulary builder and check. P69&77-Signature-Jamestown’s

4.10 Strategy & comprehension check. P78- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

4.11 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «weather», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; sketch a scene «lucky to be alive» and practice with the class; Write a personal account.

Specific Outcome 2.9: Students will use the meanings of prefixes and suffixes to predict the meanings of unfamiliar words in context.

Lesson 5

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use the meanings of prefixes and suffixes to predict the meanings of unfamiliar words in context.

 

5.1 Prefixes

5.2 Example of use a prefixes to create a new noun

PREFIXES AND

5.3 Suffixes

SUFFIXES

5.4 Example of use a suffixes to create a new noun

5.5 Exercises for prefixes and suffixes

Specific Outcome 2.10: Students will integrate and apply knowledge of phonics, sight vocabulary, language and context clues, and structural analysis to read unfamiliar words in texts of increasing length and complexity.

Lesson 6

Operational outcome: Students will be able to integrate and apply knowledge of phonics, sight vocabulary, language and context clues, and structural analysis to read unfamiliar words in texts of increasing length and complexity.

 

6.1 Text reading. P82-83 Signature-Jamestown’s

6.2 Building background. P80- Signature-Jamestown’s

6.3 Vocabulary builder. P80- Signature-Jamestown’s

6.4 Strategy builder. P81- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «The Fitting-in of Kwan Su»

6.5 Strategy break. P83- Signature-Jamestown’s

Specific Outcome 2.11: Students will choose the most appropriate reference to confirm the spellings or locate the meanings of unfamiliar words in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 6

Operational outcome: Students will be able to choose the most appropriate reference to confirm the spellings or locate the meanings of unfamiliar words in oral, print and other media texts.

 

6.6 Text reading. P84-85- Signature-Jamestown’s

6.7 Strategy follow-up. P86- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «The Fitting-in of Kwan Su»

6.8 Personal checklist. P87- Signature-Jamestown’s

6.9 Vocabulary builder and check. P80&87-Signature-Jamestown’s

6.10 Strategy & comprehension check. P88- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

6.11 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Vietnam», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; create a poster for the commonwealth day.

Specific Outcome 2.12: Students will experience oral, print and other media texts from a variety of cultural traditions and genres, such as autobiographies, travelogues, comics, short films, myths, legends and dramatic performances.

Lesson 7

Operational outcome: Students will be able to practice an oral, print and other media texts from a variety of cultural traditions and genres, such as autobiographies, travelogues, comics, short films, myths, legends and dramatic performances.

 

7.1 Text reading. P92-93 Signature-Jamestown’s

7.2 Building background. P90- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

7.3 Vocabulary builder. P90- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Say what»

7.4 Strategy builder. P91- Signature-Jamestown’s

7.5 Strategy break. P93- Signature-Jamestown’s

7.6 Practice an oral during the presentation of the topic.

Specific Outcome 2.13: Students will explain own point of view about oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able explain own point of view about oral, print and other media texts.

 

7.7 Text reading. P94- Signature-Jamestown’s

7.8 Strategy follow-up. P94- Signature-Jamestown’s

7.9 Personal checklist. P95- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Say what»

7.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P90&95-Signature-Jamestown’s

7.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P96- Signature-Jamestown’s

7.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «your favorite animal behavior», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; create a poster for your favorite animal; write a description of your favorite animal.

Specific Outcome 2.14: Students will make connections between own life and characters and ideas in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 8

Operational outcome: Students will be able to make connections between own life and characters and ideas in oral, print and other media texts.

 

8.1 Text reading. P100-101 Signature-Jamestown’s

8.2 Building background. P98- Signature-Jamestown’s

8.3 Vocabulary builder. P98- Signature-Jamestown’s

8.4 Strategy builder. P99- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

8.5 Strategy break. P101- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Fire»

8.6 Practice connections between your own life and the text story

Specific Outcome 2.15: Students will discuss common topics or themes in a variety of oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 8

Operational outcome: Students will be able to discuss common topics or themes in a variety of oral, print and other media texts.

 

8.7 Text reading. P102- Signature-Jamestown’s

8.8 Strategy follow-up. P102- Signature-Jamestown’s

8.9 Personal checklist. P103- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

8.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P98&103-Signature-Jamestown’s

«Fire»

8.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P104- Signature-Jamestown’s

8.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « Forest fire », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; create a poster of the fire cycle; make inventory of forest fire in Alberta and tell to the class the different methods to prevent it.

Specific Outcome 2.9: Students will use the meanings of prefixes and suffixes to predict the meanings of unfamiliar words in context.

Lesson 8

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use the meanings of prefixes to predict the meanings of unfamiliar words in context.

 

8.13 Prefixes un-

8.14 Example of use a prefixes un- to create a new noun

PREFIXES un-

8.15 Prefixes im-

and im-

8.16 Example of use a suffixes im- to create a new noun

8.17 Exercises for prefixes un- and im-

8.18 Multiple-meaning words

Specific Outcome 2.16: Students will observe and discuss aspects of human nature revealed in oral, print and other media texts, and relate them to those encountered in the community.

Lesson 9

Operational outcome: Students will be able to observe and discuss aspects of human nature revealed in oral, print and other media texts, and relate them to those encountered in the community.

 

9.1 Text reading. P110-111 Signature-Jamestown’s

9.2 Building background. P108- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Damon and

pythias»

9.3 Vocabulary builder. P108- Signature-Jamestown’s

9.4 Strategy builder. P109- Signature-Jamestown’s

9.5 Strategy break. P111&113 Signature-Jamestown’s

9.6 Practice a discussion aspects of human nature.

Specific Outcome 2.17: Students will summarize oral, print or other media texts, indicating the connections among events, characters and settings.

Lesson 9

Operational outcome: Students will be able summarize oral, print or other media texts, indicating the connections among events, characters and settings.

 

9.7 Text reading. P114- Signature-Jamestown’s

9.8 Strategy follow-up. P114- Signature-Jamestown’s

9.9 Personal checklist. P115- Signature-Jamestown’s

9.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P108&115-Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Damon and

pythias»

9.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P116- Signature-Jamestown’s

9.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « legend of sea pirates », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a legend of sea pirates; present with PowerPoint the topic « ancient Greece », perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 2.18: Students will identify or infer reasons for a character's actions or feelings.

Lesson 10

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify or infer reasons for a character's actions or feelings.

 

10.1 Text reading. P120-121 Signature-Jamestown’s

10.2 Building background. P118- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «Arap sang and cranes»

10.3 Vocabulary builder. P118- Signature-Jamestown’s

10.4 Strategy builder. P119- Signature-Jamestown’s

10.5 Strategy break. P122&124 Signature-Jamestown’s

 

10.6 Practice a discussion aspects of identification or infer reasons for a character's actions or feelings to identify or infer reasons for a character's actions or feelings

Specific Outcome 2.19: Students will make judgments and inferences related to events, characters, setting and main ideas of oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 10

Operational outcome: Students will be able to make judgments and inferences related to events, characters, setting and main ideas of oral, print and other media texts.

 

10.7 Text reading. P122-124 Signature-Jamestown’s

10.8 Personal checklist. P125- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «Arap sang and cranes»

10.9 Vocabulary builder and check. P118&125-Signature-Jamestown’s

10.10 Strategy & comprehension check. P126- Signature-Jamestown’s

10.11 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « costumes », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; tell a tale; present with PowerPoint the topic « crowned crane », perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 2.20: Students will comment on the credibility of characters and events in oral, print and other media texts, using evidence from personal experiences and the text.

Lesson 11

Operational outcome: Students will be able to comment on the credibility of characters and events in oral, print and other media texts, using evidence from personal experiences and the text.

 

11.1 Text reading. P130-131 Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

11.2 Building background. P128- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Elizabeth

11.3 Vocabulary builder. P128- Signature-Jamestown’s

Blackwell,

11.4 Strategy builder. P129- Signature-Jamestown’s

pioneer doctor»

11.5 Strategy break. P131 Signature-Jamestown’s

11.6 Practice a discussion aspects of credibility of characters ant event in oral

Specific Outcome 2.21: Students will explain how metaphor, personification and synecdoche are used to create mood and mental images.

Lesson 11

Operational outcome: Students will be able to explain how metaphor, personification and synecdoche are used to create mood and mental images.

 

11.7 Text reading. P132-133-Signature-Jamestown’s

11.8 Strategy follow-up. P134- Signature-Jamestown’s

11.9 Personal checklist. P135- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

11.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P128&135-Signature-Jamestown’s

«Elizabeth

11.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P136- Signature-Jamestown’s

Blackwell,

11.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « Elizabeth Blackwell, pioneer doctor », perform the

pioneer doctor»

presentation with «kahoot»; make a time line; present with PowerPoint the topic « women doctors in the world», perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 2.22: Students will experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

Lesson 12

Operational outcome: Students will be able to experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

 

12.1 Text reading. P140-141 Signature-Jamestown’s

12.2 Building background. P138- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Jump for

center»

12.3 Vocabulary builder. P138- Signature-Jamestown’s

12.4 Strategy builder. P139- Signature-Jamestown’s

12.5 Strategy break. P142- Signature-Jamestown’s

12.6 Practice a sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration in story

Specific Outcome 2.23: Students will experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

Lesson 12

Operational outcome: Students will be able experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images

 

12.7 Text reading. P142-143-Signature-Jamestown’s

12.8 Strategy follow-up. P144- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

12.9 Personal checklist. P145- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Jump for

12.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P138&145-Signature-Jamestown’s

center»

12.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P146- Signature-Jamestown’s

12.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « one major problem in your school », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; make a report of basketball match or ballet theatre.

Specific Outcome 2.24: Students will discuss how detail is used to enhance character, setting, action and mood in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 13

Operational outcome: Students will be able to discuss how detail is used to enhance character, setting, action and mood in oral, print and other media texts.

 

13.1 Text reading. P150-151 Signature-Jamestown’s

13.2 Building background. P148- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «In the tiger’s lair»

13.3 Vocabulary builder. P148- Signature-Jamestown’s

13.4 Strategy builder. P149- Signature-Jamestown’s

13.5 Strategy break. P151- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

13.6 Practice a sentence enhance character, setting, action and mood in oral expression.

Specific Outcome 2.25: Students will experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

Lesson 13

Operational outcome: Students will be able to experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

 

13.7 Text reading. P152-153-Signature-Jamestown’s

13.8 Strategy follow-up. P154- Signature-Jamestown’s

13.9 Personal checklist. P155- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «In the tiger’s lair»

13.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P148&155-Signature-Jamestown’s

13.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P156- Signature-Jamestown’s

13.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « tigers in the world », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; make a tiger poster.

Specific Outcome 2.9: Students will use the meanings of prefixes and suffixes to predict the meanings of unfamiliar words in context.

Lesson 14

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use the meanings of prefixes to predict the meanings of unfamiliar words in context.

 

14.1 Prefixes in-

14.2 Example of use a prefixes in- to create a new word

PREFIXES in- and SUFFIXES – ly, -less

14.3 Suffixes -ly

14.4 Example of use a suffixes -ly to create a new word

14.5 Suffixes –less

 

14.6 Example of use a suffixes -less to create a new word

14.7 Exercises for prefixes in- and suffixes -ly and –less.

Specific Outcome 2.26: Students will identify key characteristics of a variety of forms or genres of oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 15

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify key characteristics of a variety of forms or genres of oral, print and other media texts.

 

15.1 Text reading. P162-Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «The day grandfather tickled a tiger»

15.2 Building background. P160- Signature-Jamestown’s

15.3 Vocabulary builder. P160- Signature-Jamestown’s

15.4 Strategy builder. P161- Signature-Jamestown’s

15.5 Strategy break#1&#2. P163-164- Signature-Jamestown’s

 

15.6 Practice a variety of forms, genres of oral.

Specific Outcome 2.27: Students will experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

Lesson 15

Operational outcome: Students will be able to experiment with sentence patterns, imagery and exaggeration to create mood and mental images.

 

15.7 Text reading. P164-165-Signature-Jamestown’s

15.8 Strategy follow-up. P164- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT «The day grandfather tickled a tiger»

15.9 Personal checklist. P167- Signature-Jamestown’s

15.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P160&167-Signature-Jamestown’s

15.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P168- Signature-Jamestown’s

15.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « The day grandfather tickled a tiger », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write another story of «The day grandfather tickled a tiger»; present with PowerPoint the topic « The visit to the zoo », perform the presentation with «kahoot»

Specific Outcome 2.28: Students will discuss the differences between print and other media versions of the same text.

Lesson 16

Operational outcome: Students will be able to discuss the differences between print and other media versions of the same text.

 

16.1 Text reading. P172-Signature-Jamestown’s

16.2 Building background. P170- Signature-Jamestown’s

16.3 Vocabulary builder. P170- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

16.4 Strategy builder. P171- Signature-Jamestown’s

«The midnight

16.5 Strategy break. P173- Signature-Jamestown’s

visitor»

16.6 Practice the differences between medias.

Specific Outcome 2.29: Students will discuss the connections among plot, setting and characters in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 16

Operational outcome: Students will be able to discuss the connections among plot, setting and characters in oral, print and other media texts.

 

16.7 Text reading. P174-175-Signature-Jamestown’s

16.8 Strategy follow-up. P176- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

16.9 Personal checklist. P177- Signature-Jamestown’s

«The midnight

16.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P171&177-Signature-Jamestown’s

visitor»

16.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P178- Signature-Jamestown’s

16.12

Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « The spy », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write another story of « The midnight visitor »; make poster of the midnight visitor.

Specific Outcome 2.30: Students will identify first and third person narration, and discuss preferences with reference to familiar texts.

Lesson 17

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify first and third person narration, and discuss preferences with reference to familiar texts.

 

17.1 Text reading. P182-183-Signature-Jamestown’s

17.2 Building background. P180- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«The crane

17.3 Vocabulary builder. P180- Signature-Jamestown’s

maiden»

17.4 Strategy builder. P181- Signature-Jamestown’s

17.5 Strategy break. P183- Signature-Jamestown’s

17.6 Practice the narration of story.

Specific Outcome 2.31: Students will explore techniques, such as visual imagery, sound, flashback and voice inflection, in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to explore techniques, such as visual imagery, sound, flashback and voice inflection, in oral, print and other media texts.

 

17.7 Text reading. P184-185-Signature-Jamestown’s

17.8 Strategy follow-up. P186- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

17.9 Personal checklist. P187- Signature-Jamestown’s

«The crane

17.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P180&187-Signature-Jamestown’s

maiden»

17.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P188- Signature-Jamestown’s

17.12

Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « your favorite forktale », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; draw a « Kimono »; make poster of Origami crane.

Specific Outcome 2.32: Students will identify strategies that presenters use in media texts to influence audiences.

Lesson 18

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use strategies that presenters use in media texts to influence audiences.

 

18.1 Text reading. P192-193-Signature-Jamestown’s

18.2 Building background. P190- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

18.3 Vocabulary builder. P190- Signature-Jamestown’s

«Baseball hero

18.4 Strategy builder. P191- Signature-Jamestown’s

Jackie

18.5 Strategy break. P193- Signature-Jamestown’s

Robinson»Part1

18.6 Practice writing strategies that presenters use in media texts to influence audiences.

Specific Outcome 2.33: Students will alter words, forms and sentence patterns to create new versions of texts for a variety of purposes; explain how imagery and figurative language, such as personification and alliteration, clarify and enhance meaning.

Lesson 18

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use alter words, forms and sentence patterns to create new versions of texts for a variety of purposes; explain how imagery and figurative language, such as personification and alliteration, clarify and enhance meaning.

 

18.7 Text reading. P194-195-Signature-Jamestown’s

18.8 Strategy follow-up. P196- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

18.9 Personal checklist. P197- Signature-Jamestown’s

18.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P190&197-Signature-Jamestown’s

«Baseball hero

Jackie

Robinson»Part1

18.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P198- Signature-Jamestown’s

18.12

Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « negro leagues », perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary of « Jackie’s life» story; make a baseball chart.

Specific Outcome 2.34: Students will choose life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 19

Operational outcome: Students will be able to choose life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts.

 

19.1 Text reading. P202-203-Signature-Jamestown’s

19.2 Building background. P200- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

«Baseball hero

19.3 Vocabulary builder. P201- Signature-Jamestown’s

Jackie

19.4 Strategy builder. P201- Signature-Jamestown’s

Robinson»Part2

19.5 Strategy break. P203- Signature-Jamestown’s

19.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

Specific Outcome 2.35: Students will use literary devices, such as imagery and figurative language, to create particular effects.

Lesson 19

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use literary devices, such as imagery and figurative language, to create particular effects.

 

19.7 Text reading. P204-Signature-Jamestown’s

19.8 Strategy follow-up. P204- Signature-Jamestown’s

READING TEXT

19.9 Personal checklist. P205- Signature-Jamestown’s

19.10 Vocabulary builder and check. P201&205-Signature-Jamestown’s

«Baseball hero

Jackie

Robinson»Part2

19.11 Strategy & comprehension check. P206- Signature-Jamestown’s

19.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Jesse Owens», perform the presentation with

«kahoot»; write a summary of «Jackie» biography; Describe in simple sentence Jackie in baseball action.

Lesson 19

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use literary devices, such as imagery and figurative language, to create particular effects.

 

19.13 Root words

19.14 Example of root word

19.15 Foreign words

LEARNING NEW

19.16 Example of foreign word

WORDS

19.17 Synonyms

19.18 Example of synonym.

Specific Outcome 2.36: Students will determine purpose and audience needs to choose forms, and organize ideas and details in oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 20

Operational outcome: Students will be able to determine purpose and audience needs to choose forms, and organize ideas and details in oral, print and other media texts.

 

20.1 Speaking to your friend

FORM AND IDEA FOR SELECT AUDIENCE

20.2 Speaking to the class

20.3 Speaking to the public

20.4 Preparing PowerPoint presentation of your favorite sport and presentation to the class; perform the presentation with «kahoot»

Specific Outcome 2.37: Students will express the same ideas in different forms and genres; compare and explain the effectiveness of each for audience and purpose.

Lesson 21

Operational outcome: Students will be able to read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

 

21.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

21.2 Building background

21.3 Vocabulary builder

21.4 Strategy builder

21.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

21.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

21.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

21.8 Strategy follow-up

«My Early

education »

21.9 Personal checklist

21.10 Vocabulary builder and check

21.11 Strategy & comprehension check

21.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «my personal early education», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary of your own biography; write your resume for the job.

Title: CHAPTER III – Listen, speak, read, write, view and represent your ideas and information.

Period: du 07/01/2019 au 22 /03/2019

General Outcome 3: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to manage ideas and information.

Specific Outcome 3.1: Students will distinguish among facts, supported inferences and opinions.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to manage ideas and information.

 

1.1 Definition of speech and the opinion

1.2 Structure of simple speech

1.3 Link in the speech

1.4 Presentation of your speech

1.5 Self-evaluation

SPEECH AND

1.6 Kahoot evaluation

OPINION

Specific Outcome 3.2: Students will use note-taking or representing to assist with understanding ideas and information, and focusing topics for investigation.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use note-taking or representing to assist with understanding ideas and information, and focusing topics for investigation.

 

2.1 Structure of investigation

2.2 Matter and hypothesis

2.3 Process of investigation

MAKE AN INVESTIGATION

2.4 Police investigation

2.5 Scientific investigation

 

2.6 Social investigation

2.7 Evidence of proof

2.8 Presentation of the investigation in one topic. Perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 3.3: Students will decide on and select the information needed to support a point of view.

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to decide on and select the information needed to support a point of view.

 

3.1 Definition of information

CHOICE OF

APPROPRIATE

INFORMATION

3.2 Investigation about one information

3.3 The sources of information

3.4 The use of the appropriate part of information to support your point of view.

Specific Outcome 3.4: Students will develop and follow own plan for accessing and gathering ideas and information, considering guidelines for time and length of investigation and presentation.

Lesson 4

Operational outcome: Students will be able to develop and follow own plan for accessing and gathering ideas and information, considering guidelines for time and length of investigation and presentation.

 

4.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

4.2 Building background

4.3 Vocabulary builder

4.4 Strategy builder

4.5 Strategy break

4.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

4.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

4.8 Strategy follow-up

4.9 Personal checklist

READING TEXT

4.10 Vocabulary builder and check

«Columbus and

4.11 Strategy & comprehension check

west indies»

4.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «west indies in the world», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary the biography of Christopher Columbus

Specific Outcome 3.5: Students will locate information to answer research questions, using a variety of sources, such as printed texts, bulletin boards, biographies, art, music, community resource people, CDROMs and the Internet.

Lesson 5

Operational outcome: Students will be able to locate information to answer research questions, using a variety of sources, such as printed texts, bulletin boards, biographies, art, music, community resource people, CDROMs and the Internet.

 

5.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

5.2 Building background

5.3 Vocabulary builder

5.4 Strategy builder

5.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

5.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

5.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

5.8 Strategy follow-up

«Locust bean-

tree»

5.9 Personal checklist

5.10 Vocabulary builder and check

5.11 Strategy & comprehension check

5.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « Locust bean-tree in the world», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary the process of Locust bean-tree

Specific Outcome 3.6: Students will use a variety of tools, such as bibliographies, thesauri, electronic searches and technology, to access information.

Lesson 6

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use a variety of tools, such as bibliographies, thesauri, electronic searches and technology, to access information.

 

6.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

6.2 Building background

6.3 Vocabulary builder

6.4 Strategy builder

6.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

6.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

«Groundnut oil»

6.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

6.8 Strategy follow-up

6.9 Personal checklist

6.10 Vocabulary builder and check

6.11 Strategy & comprehension check

6.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « Groundnut oil in the world», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary the process to obtain groundnut oil.

Specific Outcome 3.7: Students will skim, scan and read closely to gather information.

Lesson 7

Operational outcome: Students will be able to skim, scan and read closely to gather information.

 

7.1 Definition of gather information

7.2 Various sources of information: text, image, data …

7.3 Information treatment

GATHER

7.4 Exploitation of the gather information

INFORMATION

Specific Outcome 3.8: Students will evaluate the congruency between gathered information and research purpose and focus, using pre-established criteria.

Lesson 8

Operational outcome: Students will be able to evaluate the congruency between gathered information and research purpose and focus, using pre-established criteria.

CONGRUENCY

8.1 Congruency of gather information

BETWEEN

8.2 Focus of the research

GATHERED

8.3 Difference between good information and fake information

INFORMATION

8.4 Sources of information

AND YOUR

8.5 Choice of good information

FOCUS

8.6 Report of your research.

Specific Outcome 3.9: Students will organize ideas and information using a variety of strategies and techniques, such as comparing and contrasting, and classifying and sorting according to subtopics and sequence.

Lesson 9

Operational outcome: Students will be able to organize ideas and information using a variety of strategies and techniques, such as comparing and contrasting, and classifying and sorting according to subtopics and sequence.

 

9.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

9.2 Building background

9.3 Vocabulary builder

9.4 Strategy builder

9.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT «Letter to peter»

9.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

9.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

 

9.8 Strategy follow-up

9.9 Personal checklist

9.10 Vocabulary builder and check

9.11 Strategy & comprehension check

9.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic « Hospital», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary the process to be doctor in the future.

Specific Outcome 3.10: Students will organize and develop ideas and information into oral, print or other media texts with introductions that interest audiences and state the topic, sections that develop the topic and conclusions.

Lesson 10

Operational outcome: Students will be able to organize and develop ideas and information into oral, print or other media texts with introductions that interest audiences and state the topic, sections that develop the topic and conclusions.

 

10.1

Text reading. Sheet of paper Building background Vocabulary builder Strategy builder Strategy break Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts Text reading. Sheet of paper Strategy follow-up Personal checklist Vocabulary builder and check Strategy & comprehension check Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Elizabeth Queen», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a summary of the government process in Canada.

10.2

10.3

10.4

10.5

10.6

READING TEXT

«King of

10.7

portugal»

10.8

10.9

10.10

10.11

10.12

Specific Outcome 3.11: Students will make notes on a topic, combining information from more than one source; use reference sources appropriately.

Lesson 11

Operational outcome: Students will be able to make notes on a topic, combining information from more than one source; use reference sources appropriately.

 

11.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

11.2 Building background

11.3 Vocabulary builder

11.4 Strategy builder

11.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

11.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

«Take»

11.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

11.8 Strategy follow-up

11.9 Personal checklist

11.10 Vocabulary builder and check

11.11 Strategy & comprehension check

11.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «working in the farm», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a description of one farm in Canada.

Specific Outcome 3.12: Students will use outlines, thought webs and summaries to show the relationships among ideas and information and to clarify meaning.

Lesson 12

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use outlines, thought webs and summaries to show the relationships among ideas and information and to clarify meaning.

 

12.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

12.2 Building background

12.3 Vocabulary builder

12.4 Strategy builder

12.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

12.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

«fiction»

12.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

12.8 Strategy follow-up

12.9 Personal checklist

12.10 Vocabulary builder and check

12.11 Strategy & comprehension check

12.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «your favorite fiction movie», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a fiction’s police investigation of crime.

Specific Outcome 3.13: Students will quote information from oral, print and other media sources.

Lesson 13

Operational outcome: Students will be able to quote information from oral, print and other media sources.

 

13.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

13.2 Building background

13.3 Vocabulary builder

13.4 Strategy builder

READING TEXT

13.5 Strategy break

«Scorpion»

13.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

13.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

13.8 Strategy follow-up

13.9 Personal checklist

 

13.10 Vocabulary builder and check

13.11 Strategy & comprehension check

13.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Jumanji», perform the presentation with «kahoot»; write a fiction’s adventure in jungle.

Specific Outcome 3.14: Students will evaluate the appropriateness of information for a particular audience and purpose skim, scan and read closely to gather information.

Lesson 14

Operational outcome: Students will be able to read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

 

14.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

14.2 Building background

14.3 Vocabulary builder

14.4 Strategy builder

14.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

14.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

«The slow

worm»

14.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

14.8 Strategy follow-up

14.9 Personal checklist

14.10 Vocabulary builder and check

14.11 Strategy & comprehension check

14.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «slow worm», perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 3.15: Students will recognize gaps in gathered information, and suggest additional information needed for a particular audience and purpose.

Lesson 15

Operational outcome: Students will be able to read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

 

15.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

15.2 Building background

15.3 Vocabulary builder

15.4 Strategy builder

15.5 Strategy break

15.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

15.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

15.8 Strategy follow-up

15.9 Personal checklist

15.10 Vocabulary builder and check

15.11 Strategy & comprehension check

READING TEXT «Toad in action»

15.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «you as cinema actor: James Bond», perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 3.16: Students will communicate ideas and information in a variety of oral, print and other media texts, such as multi-paragraph reports, question and answer formats and graphs.

Lesson 16

Operational outcome: Students will be able to communicate ideas and information in a variety of oral, print and other media texts, such as multi-paragraph reports, question and answer formats and graphs.

 

16.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

16.2 Building background

16.3 Vocabulary builder

16.4 Strategy builder

16.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT

16.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

«Make»

16.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

16.8 Strategy follow-up

16.9 Personal checklist

16.10 Vocabulary builder and check

16.11 Strategy & comprehension check

16.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Make your own life great», perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 3.17: Students will select appropriate visuals, print and/or other media to inform and engage the audience.

Lesson 17

Operational outcome: Students will be able to select appropriate visuals, print and/or other media to inform and engage the audience.

 

17.1 Text reading. Sheet of paper

17.2 Building background

17.3 Vocabulary builder

17.4 Strategy builder

17.5 Strategy break

READING TEXT «Life of Ethiopian king »

17.6 Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts

17.7 Text reading. Sheet of paper

 

17.8 Strategy follow-up

17.9 Personal checklist

17.10 Vocabulary builder and check

17.11 Strategy & comprehension check

17.12 Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Lady Diana», perform the presentation with «kahoot».

Specific Outcome 3.18: Students will establish goals for enhancing research skills.

Lesson 18

Operational outcome: Students will be able to establish goals for enhancing research skills.

 

18.1 Definition of goals

18.2 Difference between goal an objective

18.3 Research method to be satisfy by your goal

18.4 Difficulties during the process of investigation

RESEARCH

18.5 Make your research report with the difference between the result obtained and your goal.

GOALS

Title: CHAPTER IV – Listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to enhance the clarity and artistry of communication

Period: du 01/04/2019 au 28 /06/2019

General Outcome 4: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view and represent to enhance the clarity and artistry of communication.

Specific Outcome 4.1: Students will work collaboratively to revise and enhance oral, print and other media texts.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to work collaboratively to revise and enhance oral, print and other media texts.

PROJECT1:

1.1 Title of the project

Present theatre

1.2 Goal of the project

with original

1.3 Planning of the project

scene.

1.4 Presentation of the project with kahoot interaction.

Specific Outcome 4.2: Students will ask for and evaluate the usefulness of feedback and assistance from peers.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to ask for and evaluate the usefulness of feedback and assistance from peers.

PROJECT1:

1.5 Evaluation of the project

Present theatre

1.6 Assistance of the project’s members

with original

1.7 Discussion about the cost of the project

scene.

1.8 Inventory of resources used during the project

Specific Outcome 4.3: Students will revise to provide focus, expand relevant ideas and eliminate unnecessary information.

Lesson 1

Operational outcome: Students will be able to revise, to provide focus, expand relevant ideas and eliminate unnecessary information.

 

1.9 Production of the focus of the scene

PROJECT1:

Present theatre

with original

1.10 Revise the focus of the scene

1.11 Eliminate the unnecessary scene

1.12 Repeat the scene when is not good for public need

scene.

1.13 Readapt the scene depend of public: children, teen, youth an adult.

Specific Outcome 4.4: Students will edit for appropriate verb tense and for correct pronoun references.

Lesson 2

Operational outcome: Students will be able to edit for appropriate verb tense and for correct pronoun references.

 

2.1 Definition of verb tense

2.2 Different tenses and conjugation

2.3 Example of verb tense in the sentence

VERB TENSE

AND PRONOUN

2.4 Definition of pronoun

2.5 Different pronouns

2.6 Example of pronoun in the sentence

2.7 Exercises for verb tense and pronoun

Specific Outcome 4.5: Students will use paragraph structures in expository and narrative texts.

Lesson 3

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use paragraph structures in expository and narrative texts.

 

3.1 Definition of narrative text

3.2 Different tenses and conjugation used during narrative text

NARATIVE TEXT

3.3 Example of narrative text structure

3.4 Exercises for narrative text,

Specific Outcome 4.6: Students will write legibly and at a pace appropriate to context and purpose.

Lesson 4

Operational outcome: Students will be able to write legibly and at a pace appropriate to context and purpose.

NARATIVE TEXT

4.1 Definition of context

«In context»

4.2 Different types of context

École Charlie Killam School

2018/2019

 

4.3 Vocabulary adapted to the context

4.4 Exercises for narrative text in the context.

Specific Outcome 4.7: Students will experiment with a variety of software design elements, such as spacing, graphics, titles and headings, and font sizes and styles, to enhance the presentation of texts.

Lesson 5

Operational outcome: Students will be able to read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

SOFTWARE

5.1 Definition of software to use for making text

DESIGN

5.2 Different software

ELEMENT FOR

5.3 Example of software: Word, Adobe Illustrator, Paint

TEXT

5.4 Exercises for practice in the text and image software.

Specific Outcome 4.8: Students will show the relationships among key words associated with topics of study, using a variety of strategies such as thought webs outlines and lists.

Lesson 6

Operational outcome: Students will be able to read, write, represent and talk to explore and explain connections between prior knowledge and new information in oral, print and other media texts.

 

6.1

Text reading. Sheet of paper Building background Vocabulary builder Strategy builder Strategy break Practice life themes encountered in reading, listening and viewing activities, and in own experiences, for creating oral, print and other media texts Text reading. Sheet of paper Strategy follow-up Personal checklist Vocabulary builder and check Strategy & comprehension check Extending: present with PowerPoint the topic «Your favorite Hotel in Alberta», perform the presentation with «kahoot».

6.2

6.3

6.4

6.5

6.6

READING TEXT

«Hotel»

6.7

6.8

6.9

6.10

6.11

6.12

Specific Outcome 4.9: Students will choose words that capture a particular aspect of meaning and that are appropriate for context, audience and purpose.

Lesson 7

Operational outcome: Students will be able to choose words that capture a particular aspect of meaning and that are appropriate for context, audience and purpose.

 

7.1 Choose a particular aspect of your favorite hotel and share with the class

READING TEXT

«Hotel»

7.2 You are the general manager of the Hotel, present your company to investors

7.3 Make a final presentation of your hotel business and present it to the class.

Specific Outcome 4.10: Students will experiment with several options, such as sentence structures, figurative language and multimedia effects, to choose the most appropriate way of communicating ideas or information.

Lesson 8

Operational outcome: Students will be able to experiment with several options, such as sentence structures, figurative language and multimedia effects, to choose the most appropriate way of communicating ideas or information.

 

8.1 Poster of the hotel

8.2 Presentation of poster and notice for customer

READING TEXT

8.3 Make a final presentation of your poster and present it to the class.

«Hotel»

Specific Outcome 4.11: Students will identify the use of coordinate and subordinate conjunctions to express ideas.

Lesson 9

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify the use of coordinate and subordinate conjunctions to express ideas.

 

9.1 Definition of coordinate conjunctions

COORDINATE

AND

SUBORDINATE

CONJUNCTIONS

9.2 Example of coordinate conjunction in the sentence

9.3 Definition of subordinate conjunction

9.4 Example of subordinate conjunction in the sentence

9.5 Exercises for coordinate conjunction and subordinate conjunction.

Specific Outcome 4.12: Students will use complex sentence structures and a variety of sentence types in own writing.

Lesson 10

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use complex sentence structures and a variety of sentence types in own writing.

COMPLEX SENTENCE STRUCTURES AND A VARIETY OF SENTENCE

10.1 Definition of complex sentence

10.2 Example of complex sentence

10.3 Variety of sentences

10.4 Example of large sentence’s variety

10.5 Exercises for writing complex and variety sentences.

Specific Outcome 4.13: Students will identify comparative and superlative forms of adjectives, and use in own writing.

Lesson 11

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify comparative and superlative forms of adjectives, and use in own writing.

 

11.1 Definition of comparative form of adjective

COMPARATIVE

AND

SUPERLATIVE

FORMS

11.2 Example of comparative form of adjective in the simple sentence

11.3 Definition of superlative form of adjective

11.4 Example of superlative form of adjective in the simple sentence

11.5 Exercises for comparative and superlative forms of adjectives.

Specific Outcome 4.14: Students will identify past, present and future verb tenses, and use throughout a piece of writing.

Lesson 12

Operational outcome: Students will be able to identify past, present and future verb tenses, and use throughout a piece of writing.

 

12.1 Definition of the present tense

12.2 Example of present tense in the simple sentence

PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF VERB

12.3 Definition of past tense

12.4 Example of past tense in the simple sentence

12.5 Definition of future tense

 

12.6 Example of future tense in the simple sentence

12.7 Exercises for present, past and future tense of the regular and irregular verbs.

Specific Outcome 4.15: Students will use a variety of resources and strategies to determine and learn the correct spelling of common exceptions to conventional spelling patterns.

Lesson 13

Operational outcome: Students will be able to use a variety of resources and strategies to determine and learn the correct spelling of common exceptions to conventional spelling patterns.

 

13.1 Definition of correct spelling of the word

13.2 Example of spelling common exceptions in the simple sentence

13.3 Definition of conventional spelling patterns

CORRECT

13.4 Exercises for spelling common exceptions.

SPELLING OF

COMMON

EXCEPTIONS

 

Specific Outcome 4.16: Students will explain the importance of correct spellings for effective communication.

 

Lesson 14

 

Operational outcome: Students will be able to explain the importance of correct spellings for effective communication.

 

14.1 You are the manager of hotel and you want to speak to your employee about valentine day

 

READING TEXT

14.2 Write your speech

 

«Hotel»