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UNLV/Department of Teaching & Learning Secondary Lesson Plan Template

UNLV Student: Jami Anderson PSMT Name:

Lesson Topic: Create your
Course & Grade: 10th Grade English
own country
Date: 2/1/2018 Estimated Time: 50 min.
1.State Standard(s):
- RL 9-10.2 Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the
course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an
objective summary of the text.
- W.9-10.2a Introduce a topic; organize complex ideas, concepts, and information to make important
connections and distinctions; include formatting (e.g., headings); graphics (e.g., figures, tables); and
multimedia when useful to aiding comprehension.

2.Teaching Model(s):student based learning

3. Objective(s): For the students to develop an understanding of the concepts of Animal Farm by
developing their own countries

4.Materials and Resources:

-The novel Animal Farm

-Create Your Own Country worksheets

5.Instructional Procedures:

a. Introduction:
-Review and recap chapter one. Discuss as a class the chapter and how it relates to history,
ensuring that the students can understand the connection between the novel and the Russian

b. Activities or Learning Experiences:

-Disucss as a class the concepts of the novel and the connections to the Russian Revolution.

-Read Chapter 2 as a class and pause throughout the chapter to discuss relevancy to the Russain
Revolution and to gain and understanding of the novel

-Pass out the Create your Own Country worksheets and have students create their own countries
with 7 commandments, making the connection to the 7 commandments in the novel Animal Farm
c. Closure: Collect the worksheets as the exit ticket for the day.

d. Extension and Contingency Plans:

Review the novel with the class as needed

6.Accommodations and Modifications: move students to the front of the classroom that need to do
so. Make modifications to the lesson plan as necessary to ensure comprehension

7.Assessment and Evaluation of Learning:

8.Homework Assignment: N/A

9. Reflection:

In completing this activity, the students will be able to make a real world connection to the novel. It
will also allow them to be creative as they will be in charge of making their own rules for their
country and developing the name, population, food, etc.