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Lesson Plan Template


TOPIC
Name
Subject
Grade Level
Date/Duration
Big Ideas

Essential
Questions

PA/Common
Core/Standards

Objective

DETAILS
Ms. Gilles
In-Class TEEC, Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman
11
1/29/16, 45 minutes
How does a metaphor of a poem affect the tone?
Being able to write according to a rubric, to achieve the
goals given.
What is tone?
What is metaphor?
How does metaphor affect tone?
What literary devices create a tone?
StandardCC.1.2.1112.F
Evaluatehowwordsandphrasesshapemeaningandtoneintexts.
StandardCC.1.4.1112.A
Writeinformative/explanatorytextstoexamineandconveycomplex
ideas,concepts,andinformationclearlyandaccurately.
StandardCC.1.4.1112.F
Demonstrateagradeappropriatecommandoftheconventionsof
standardEnglishgrammarandspelling.

Independently, students will be able to write a TEEC


essay to show how the metaphor affects the tone of a
given poem with 14/15 accuracy in a 25 minute time
span.

Informal formative: Observation and Q & A


Formal formative: a TEEC essay following the given
rubric that scores on focus, content, length,
organization, and conventions/grammar

Creativity and Innovation 1.A

Typing when the student cannot write


Extra time

Bloom's
Taxonomy
Webb's Depth of
Knowledge
(DOK)
Formative &
Summative
Assessment
Evidence
ISTE Standards
for Students
Framework for
21st Century
Learning
Accommodation
s, Modifications
SUPERVISING
TEACHERS
SIGNATURE

CK

Seton Hill University Lesson Plan Template Step-by-Step


Procedures
RATIONALE for
the Learning
Plan
Introduction

Explicit
Instructions

Lesson
Procedure

The goal of this lesson is to have the students apply the


knowledge that they have been working on previously so that
they can prove that they know what a metaphor and tone is,
and to apply that knowledge to analyzing a poem that they
are familiar with.
Activating Prior Knowledge
What is tone? What is a metaphor? Have the students
define both and write it on the board.
Hook/Lead-In/Anticipatory Set
After weve defined both, what affects the tone? My
example is rhyme, and thinking about the cat in the hat
with their simple rhymes. It adds a whimsical nature to
the poem, while no rhyme scheme or a more complex
form of rhyming gives the poem a more serious tone.
Write all of the examples that the students come up with
on the board.
Big Idea Statement
How does a metaphor of a poem affect the tone?
Essential Questions Statement
What is tone?
What is metaphor?
How does metaphor affect tone?
What literary devices create a tone?
Objective Statement
Independently, students will be able to write a TEEC
essay to show how the metaphor affects the tone of a
given poem with 14/15 accuracy in a 25 minute time
span.
Transition
Pass out the rubric, prompt, and paper for them to write
on.
Key Vocabulary
Tone
Metaphor
Rhyme
Connotation
Denotation
Word choice
Punctuation
PreAssessment of Students
The students have created products explaining the
poems that are included in the prompt, and have taken
notes on the subject. Observation of their notes on the
poems.
Modeling of the Concept

CK

Have one student read the prompt out loud. Go over


exactly from the rubric what they should be focusing on.
Guiding the Practice
Now, ask for questions and explain how they should
format the essay (TEEC).
Providing the Independent Practice
Give them the 25 minutes to complete the essay.
Transition
Have them staple their essay together, and turn it in.
A Noiseless Patient Spider by Whitman
Hope is a thing with feathers by Dickinson
Paper/pen
Prompt, rubric, paper sheet.

Reading
Materials
Technology
Equipment
Supplies
Evaluation of
Formal Evaluation
the
TEEC essay
Learning/Master Informal Evaluation
y of the
Observation
Concept
Q&A
Closure
Summary & Review of the Learning
Talk about what they talked about in their papers.. what
tone did they identify? What metaphor did they identify?
How did they connect the metaphor to the tone?
Homework/Assignments
N/A
Teacher
This lesson at first I thought didnt go too successfully,
Self-reflection
but then after reflection and grading the papers I dont
think it was as bad as I initially assumed. The papers
were overall pretty good, although people struggled with
identifying the tone and metaphor of the poem. We will
take the next day to remediate, go over what I expect of
them, and move from there.