Lesson Plans
English 2 Block 5 and 6 1st Q 15.16 Lesson Plans
Week: 09/28/2015 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
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Monday:
Persuasion--turn in subtopic overview big ideas and overview article;

list two possible warrants for your claim;

print the subtopic pro/con essay in opposition to your claim, complete the PersuasionAnalysisWorksheet, due Tuesday

Sentence elements/pronoun usage--review the handout from Friday; exercise handout, due Tuesday

Tuesday:
Persuasion--turn in subtopic pro/con PersuasionAnalysisWorksheet and article;

print out pro/con article in support of your claim, complete the PersuasionAnalysisWorksheet, due Thursday;

Sentence elements/pronoun usage--turn in exercise handout

Wednesday:
10th grade career day--no class

Thursday:
Persuasion--turn in subtopic pro/con PersuasionAnalysisWorksheet and article;

analyze/outline persuasive essay; discuss development pattern

the assignment: write a persuasive essay (essay structure review), due date: at least two pages plus works cited, logically developed primarily, at least three outside sources used in support (see the bibliographies), effectively summarized/paraphrased/quoted and cited;

intro makes clear why reader should care--what's the issue's state and how it's affecting people, how'd the issue come into being such that now a position must be taken; claim focused and clearly stated

prose is specific, no run on's/fragments

Sentence elements--review exercise handout turned in Tuesday; exercise handout, due tomorrow
Friday:
Ted Talk

Persuasion--analyze/outline persuasive essay; discuss development pattern

Sentence elements--review exercise handout; exercise handout due Monday; quiz on Wednesday

Writing topics--sentence combining; next week--transitions, sentence combining, wordiness

Ted Talk

Persuasion--analyze/outline persuasive essay; discuss development pattern

Sentence elements--review exercise handout; exercise handout due Monday; quiz on Wednesday

Writing topics--sentence combining; next week--transitions, sentence combining, wordiness

Intro to To Kill a Mockingbird--the setting, the characters, the plot structure, the point of view, the themes; read chapters 1-3, questions

 
 
 
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