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Wednesday, May 5

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  2. page What you SEA is what you get! edited ... Lesson Body: For this lesson students will all be seated at a computer. I will start then off …
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    Lesson Body: For this lesson students will all be seated at a computer. I will start then off when one sentence: "On my trip to Bikini Bottom..." from that point on students will shown a picture over the projector and asked to write what they see in the picture. After two-minutes, students will switch computer seats with the person on their right. They will continue on where their neighbor left off and tell what they see in the next picture. This will continue until the students have returned to their original seat. Once they have returned to their seat, they will be told to switch seats with a partner. They will then have to edit the written composition on that person's computer.
    Evaluation: Evaluation will include the final product of the written compositions that students edit during the body of the lesson.
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  3. page What you SEA is what you get! edited {sea.png} {cooltext457621711.png} Lesson objective: Using a word processor, students will cre…
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    Lesson objective: Using a word processor, students will create a seven-sentence descriptive written composition with no errors, proper capitalization, and punctuation with 100% accuracy.
    Anticipatory set: To generate student engagement, we will play a round of popcorn storytelling. In this activity, I will begin a story with the simple phrase "Once upon a time..." then I will call upon a student to complete the sentence. That student will then call on another student to add to the story. We will go around until every student has had a chance to add to the story before coming back to me for the conclusion.
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Tuesday, May 4

  1. page A Puzzling Challenge edited ... Anticipatory set: By the time we will have done this lesson, students will be familiar with th…
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    Anticipatory set: By the time we will have done this lesson, students will be familiar with the six different literary devices forementioned. To gauge attention, students will play a game of Figurative Hangman. In this game students will be given a hint, such as a comparison of two unlike things using like or as, and then be given five chances to guess the letters to the word. After the fifth guess, they must tell the answer or pass it to a friend.
    Lesson Opening: To open lesson, students will be do a quick recap of the six literary devices. Students will then be given a poem on the Smartboard. Together, we as a class will go through the poem and highlight and discuss all pieces of figurative language. Each student will come up to the smart board to highlight and explain the literary device they see in the poem.
    Lesson Body: Once this is completed, we will play the Figurative Language Game. Students will take turns coming to the board to touch the scren and answer the question presented in the Powerpoint.
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    Lesson Body: Once this is completed, we will play the Figurative Language Game. Students will take turns coming to the board to touch the scren and answer the question presented in the Powerpoint.
    Evaluation: In addition to recording responses given during the Figurative Language Game, students must submit one sentence for each literary device that demonstrates their understanding of the material with 100% accuracy.
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  3. page Web Tools edited ... math-and-reading-help-for-kids.org/third_grade_reading_passages.html Great source for reading…
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