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 In this lesson, students complete an ondemand end of unit assessment. They are required to write a commentary to answer specific questions about the connections between their script and the novel To...

 In this lesson, groups write a conclusion for their script. Note that this may be challenging to do as a group, so first they review a model and then they orally rehearse a conclusion together before...

 Students continue to work on their Readers' Theatre scripts.

 • Although this is the first official lesson of Unit 3, students began preparing for the research portion of this unit in Unit 2, Lessons 14 and 15. Thus in effect this is the third lesson of...

 Objective: Solve real world problems involving area of figures with fractional side lengths using visual models and/or equations.

 Objective: Multiply mixed number factors, and relate to the distributive property and area model.

 Some students may need more help revising than others. There is space for this during the revision time. • As in Lesson 13, consider the setup of the classroom; students ideally will be working on...

 • Although this lesson and the previous lesson are in Unit 2, theyactually represent the kickoff for Unit 3. This allows you time to look over the draft end of unit assessments before handing them...

 Although this lesson is in Unit 2, it is actually the kickoff for Unit 3. This is to give you time to look over the draft end of unit assessments before handing them back to students with feedback in...

 In this lesson, students write the draft of their essay about Atticus’s decision to defend Tom Robinson. In the previous four lessons, students have shaped their arguments, planned their essays, and...

 • In this lesson, students start a Writing Improvement Tracker that they will return to after writing the essay in each module for the rest of the year. The purpose of this is to develop students’...

 In this lesson, the idea of a “quote sandwich” is introduced. This is a way to help students understand that when they use evidence in an argument essay, they should always: • * Analyze the quote....

 This lesson continues to prepare students to write End of Unit 2 assessment. Today, students use their Atticus notecatchers and their understanding of Atticus as a character to weigh the evidence...

 In this lesson, students begin the writing process for the End of Unit 2 Assessment, an argument essay on To Kill a Mockingbird. In the design of this lesson and the lessons that follow, the...

 • In this lesson, the class will complete a Frayer model for the word integrity, a key idea in the novel. Understanding integrity is integral to understanding Atticus’s character. It is also deeply...

 In this lesson, students will use the Written Conversation protocol to synthesize the various reactions of characters to the verdict. • They will also continue to analyze Atticus’s character through...

 In this lesson, students will analyze a key line from Atticus’s closing speech by studying the literal and figurative meanings of what Atticus says to the jury. Students will also analyze the line to...

 In this lesson, students will closely read to better understand Atticus as a character by comparing his and Mr. Gilmer’s approaches to crossexamination of witnesses. • Students will be introduced...

 This assessment provides an opportunity for students to independently complete a text to film comparison. Consider giving students 15 minutes for Parts A and B of the assessment. Then begin Part C (...

 In this lesson, students will read a portion of Chapter 16 that they did not read for homework. The scene involves Atticus’s conversation with Jem and Scout about the angry mob outside the jail the...

 • In Unit 1, students analyzed Scout’s changing perspective about Boo. In this lesson, they will analyze the perspectives of a character—Scout—and the reader and the effect this creates for the...

 In this lesson, students will work with vocabulary words, mostly adjectives, from all the previous chapters in the novel in an activity called I Have/Who Has. This activity enables students to...

 Objective: Measure to find the area of rectangles with fractional side lengths.

 Objective: Find the area of rectangles with mixedbymixed and fractionbyfraction side lengths by tiling, record by drawing, and relate to fraction multiplication.