Lesson Plans
English 2 2nd Q 10.11 Lesson Plans
Week: 11/15/2010 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
"To Kill a Mockingbird"--reivew chapter 9; main plot; finish maps and reports on Jim Crow law/code in the several states; type paragraphs from Friday's handout; RAP sheet:
Read chapter 10
Focus: what the events suggest about Atticus; theme: what the chapter's really about; the mockingbird symbol
Vocabulary:feeble, contemporaries, arouse, admiration, attributes, inconspicuous, complimentary, rudiments, Providence, mausoleum, meddle, modest, erecting, breastworks, peril, moseying, erratically, acknowledged, galloped, vehemently, simultaneous, vaguely, articulate, jubilantly

Spell/vocab (TKMB: 2)--review words in sentences handout; use the words to fill story blanks
Tuesday:
Spell/vocab (TKMB: 2)--review story blanks handout; prepare word skits: deliver the meaning of the word through action

"To Kill a Mockingbird"--review chapter 10: themes--write a paragraph that identifies a theme and supports the assertion: use at least one quotation in support; provide context

Independent Reading
Wednesday:
"To Kill a Mockingbird"--RAP sheet:
Read chapter 11
Focus: the lesson Jem learns
Vocabulary: passe, wrathful, ruthless, interrogation, melancholy, apoplectic, livid, gallantly, sequins, stationed, obscurely, scarlet, philippic, degeneration, umbrage, acquisition, rectitude, disposition, interdict, skulked palliation, contemporaries, relic, antagonized, abide, reconnaissance, tirade, viscous, propensities, escapade, beholden

Spell/vocab (TKMB: 2)--flash cards

Independent Reading
Thursday:
"To Kill a Mockingbird"--quiz on chapter 11; predictions

Spell/vocab (TKMB: 2)--use the words in an original story/type

Independent Reading
Friday:
"To Kill a Mockingbird"--what part one accomplishes; list the stories; which would make good video projects/why; scripting

Spell/vocab (TKMB: 2)--questions; revise original story
 
 
 
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