Submitted by Ms. Trout on Wed, 07/19/2017 - 11:04am.
Unit 1 is a five-day unit on narrative structure. The linked blueprint breaks the unit down by day featuring an agenda for each day and linked resources for each activity, including face-to-face and online lessons.
Submitted by Ms. Trout on Wed, 07/19/2017 - 10:56am.
Unit 0 is a four-day introduction to English 9 A and orientation to both SSR and the course’s blended format. The blueprint breaks the unit down by day featuring an agenda for each day and linked resources for each activity, including face-to-face and online lessons.
Submitted by eslotman on Wed, 06/28/2017 - 10:36am.
This unit is focused on figurative language, covering common core standards in language, literature for reading, and speaking and listening with the final assessment. It is designed to be used with a workshop model, where there is some form of opening for brief instruction, partner and/or independent work time, and a closing time for sharing within each lesson.
This unit engages students in a variety of different reading standards through face to face and online components. In this unit, students will practice many skills to aid them in reading and understanding nonfiction texts.
Submitted by jjgriffin488 on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 2:02pm.
Students will view a short video in which questions have been embedded to activate their interest. They will then read the story of the Last True Hermit, Christopher Knight. Knight lived for 27 years in the woods of northern Maine before being caught. He survived by building a camp deep in the woods and stealing from cabins in the surrounding area.
Submitted by jslootha@hamilt... on Thu, 06/22/2017 - 12:36pm.
This document provides ideas to increase fluency and confidence for emerging readers. These ideas can be used during whole-group or small-group reading sessions, guided reading groups, or independent practice.
Submitted by jjgriffin488 on Wed, 06/21/2017 - 11:23am.
This is a writing assignment designed specifically for the special education setting. It involves having the students watch a high-interest video with teacher supported discussion. Students will use the information from the video along with three informational articles that they read. One article is provided for them.