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Week of January 31st- Feb  4th

 

 

Monday: January 31st: Introduce the unit ideas on slavery using a Webquest,  preview vocabulary for the Preface, and points of view. 

 

Tuesday: Lesson 1: Meet the author

 

Wednesday: Lesson 2: Identify claims

 

Thursday: Lesson 3: Examine tone to determine theme.

 

Friday: Lesson 4: Compare and contrast fictional and nonfictional narratives 

 

 

 

 

 

Week at Glance

February 7- Feb 11, 2022

 

Monday:

 

 Blocks 1-3  Lesson 1: Meet the author 

 

4th period : African Culture Pre-Slavery Project



Tuesday: 

 

Blocks 1-3 Lesson 2: Identify Claims

 

4th period: African Culture Pre-Slavery Project

 

Wednesday:

 

Blocks 1-3: AR/ Library Day

 

4th period:  AR/ Library Day




Thursday

 

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 3: Examine tone to determine theme

 

4tht period: Present African Pre- Slavery Projects



Friday:

 

Blocks 1-3: Finish Lesson 3: Examine tone to  determine theme

 

4th period: Preview Vocabulary for Chapter 1.  Complete Annotation Guide 





February 14- February 17

 

 

 Monday: Finish Lesson 2: Identify claims..

Begin Lesson 3: Examine tone to determine theme

4th: Identify Point of view activity. Grammar vocabulary activity. 

 

Tuesday: Lesson 4: Compare and contrast fictional and nonfictional narratives

4th period: Single Paragraph outline and Grammar Activity

 

Wednesday: AR / Read Day

 

Thursday: Lesson 5: Continue to compare and contrast fictional and nonfictional narratives

 

4th period: Read and annotate "The People Could Fly" answer comprehension questions

 

 

 

 

 

February 22- February 25

 

Tuesday- Lesson 4: Compare and Contrast fictional and nonfictional narratives

 

4th period: Finish Nearpod Lesson. Review vocab

 

Wednesday: Lesson 5: Continue to compare and contrast fictional and nonfictional narratives

 

4th period: Common Lit Aricle

 

Thursday: Lesson 6: Identify and parphrase claims

4th period: Cold read Task

 

Friday Section 1 Exam

 

4th period: Common lit article

 

 

 

 

 

February 28-March 4

 

Monday- Blocks 1-3L Lesson 5: Continue to Compare and contrast fictional and nonfictional narratives

4th : Quizziz Activity, Folk Tales powerpoint and activity

 

 

Tuesday:Blocks 1-3 : Lesson 6: Identify and Paraphrase claims

4th period: Continue Activity on Folk Tales

 

Wednesday: Blocks 1-3:  Review for Section 1 Exam

4th period:Comprehension Carousel Activity

 

Thursday: Blocks 1-3: Section 1 Exam 

 

4th period: Mini Lesson on Identifying claims

Quizziz on "Identifying Claims"

 

Friday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 7: Read about Keckley's Emancipation

 

4th period: Mini Lesson on figurative Language

Quizziz activity on "Figurative Language"

 

 

 

 

March 7-March 11

 

Monday

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 7: Read about Keckley's emancipation

 

 4th period: Introduce Section 2 Vocabulary.

Jacob versus Keckley Using Primary Sources Activity.

 

Tuesday

Blocks 1-3: Finish Lesson7: Read about Keckley's Emancipation

 

4th: Continue Keckley versus Tubman Primary Resources Activity 

 

 

Wednesday

 

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 8: Discover how imagery impacts meaning

 

4th : Lesson 3 A Debate Against slavery

 

Thursday: 

Lesson 9: Read a second account of emancipation

 

4th: Creative writing using section 2 vocabulary

 

 

Friday:

 

Finish Lesson 9: Read a second account of emancipation

 

4th: Powerpoint presentation on the Atlantic Slave Trade

 

 

 

 

March 14- March 18

 

Monday

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 9: Read a second account of emancipation

4th period: Review chapter 3 vocabulary and write sentences using the vocabulary.

 

Tuesay

 

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 10: Compare and contrast emancipation sotries

 

4th period: Mini lesson on imagery

 

Wednesday

 

Lesson 11: Examine a third emancipatory story

 

4th: Read and annotate Douglass's emancipation

 

Thursday

 

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 12: Prepare to write an argument

 

4th: Quizziz lesson Identifying, claims, evidence, and reasoning

 

Friday

 

Blocks 1-3: Lesson 12: Prepare to write an argument 

 

4th: Review vocabulary for vocab test on chapter 3

 

 

March 21- March 25

 

Monday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 12 :Prepare to write an argument

 

4th period: Slavery research project

 

 Tuesday: Blocks 1-3 Lesson 13: Write an argument

 

4th period: Slavery research project

 

Wedensday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 14: Read and summarize

 

4th period:  Slavery research project

 

Thursday: Lesson 15: Identify main idea, tone, and purpose of selections from the anchor text

 

4th period: Slavery research project

 

Friday: Lesson 16: Idenrify main idea, tone, and purpose of a film

 

4th : Present projects

 

 

 April 4- April 8

 

Monday:  Blocks 1-3: Lesson 16: Identify main idea, tone and purpose of a film

4th period: Slavery essay

 

Tuesday: Blocks 1-3: Section 2 exam

4th period: Slavery essay

 

Wednesday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 17: Compare and contrast main idea, tone, and purpose

4th period: peer review/ Finalize essay

 

Thursday:  Blocks 1-3: Lesson 18: Examine sentence structures to unlock meaning

4th period: Turn in slavery essay/ Reading comprhension activity

 

Friday: Blocks 1-3 Finish  Lesson 18: Examine sentence structures to unlock meaning

4th: Reading comprhension activity

 

 

 

 April 11-April 15

 

Monday- Blocks 1-3: Lesson 19: Identify and explain evidence

4th period: Lesson on Author's purpose

 

Tuesday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 20: Examine and write an argumentative essay

4th period: Lesson on Defining Words using context clues

 

Wednesday: Blocks 1-3: Review for Section 3 Exam/ Lesson 21: Read and show understanding

4th period: Cold read Activity "Transatlantic Slave Trade"

 

Thursday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 22: Write an essay in response to a prompt

4th period: Read and annotat Elizabeth Keckley Behind the Scene Excerpt: Dressmaker to Mary Todd Lincoln

 

Friday: No School

 

 

April 18- April 22

 

Monday- No school

 

Tuesday- Lesson 20: Examine tone and write an argumentative essay

4th : Finish context clues activity. Begin lesson " What Gives Stories Their Power" Read "The People Could Fly"

 

Wednesday: Blocks 1-3: Section 3 Exam

4th: Complete "Personal Reflection" on "The Narrative of Frederick Douglass"

 

Thursday: Blocks 1-3: Lesson 21: Read and show understanding

4th: Complete "Extension of Slavery" Reading Comprehension passage

 

Friday: Lesson 22: Write an essay in response to a prompt

4th: Mini lesson on how to cite text evidence

Reading comprehension activity.

 

 

 

April 24- April 29

 

Monday- LEAP testing

 

Tuesday: LEAP testing

 

Wednesday: LEAP testing

 

Thursday:  LEAP testing

 

Friday:  LEAP testing

 

 

 

May 2- May 6

 

Monday: Leap Testing

 

Tuesday:Leap testing

 

Wednesday:Grammar activity on who versue whom, Cold Read Activity

 

Thursday:Introduce poetry unit. Review poetry terms, rhyme scheme, and different types of poems

 

Friday: Poetry blog assignment

 

 

May 9- May 13

 

Monday:  Take STAR test and continue working on their Poetry Blog Assignment

 

Tuesday: Poetry Blog Assignment

 

Wednesday: Close Reading with Music Activity

 

Thursday: Abolitonist Project

 

Friday:  Abolitionist Project

 

 

May 23- May 26

 

Monday: Final Exams 

 

Tuesday: Final Exams

 

Wednesday: Final Exams 

 

Thursday: Final Exams- Make ups