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2005 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
August September September September September October October October October October
FALL 29 5
Responsibility Requires Action
12 19 26 4 10 17 24 31
Quarter 1
Q1 Responsibility is the active side of morality: doing what I should do, doing what I say I will
do, doing what is best for everybody; especially doing the one thing I should be doing
right now.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM Tuck Everlasting by Natalie The Breadwinner by Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key Scary
students prepare, read, respond, Babbitt Deborah Ellis by Jack Gantos stories
explore and extend a designated
portion from this text each day
STANDARDS W2.1 1plot 2pt.of view 3dialogue 4characters 5sensory details 6sequence 7attitude
students master these standards tasks 8 significance 9 movements
through focused teaching and W2.2 1thesis 2evidence 3multiple sources 4questions 5perspective 6charts 7bibliography
coordinated daily learning opportunities
MAJOR WRITTEN PRODUCTS Autobiography Compare and contrast Expository essay: Visual
students will complete this major writing Point of View display
product during this novel/play
ONGOING PROCESSES timeline word wall map kwl chart open mind portraits storyboard
the class completes these activities
together each day during the novel as
indicated on the lesson plan
VISUAL ORAL PROCESSES analytic cubing bookmark character show character trait mobile film comparison
each lesson includes at least one of g6 structure of text idea ads magazine layout main idea analysis media variant
these activities for individual or small plot cartoon postcards prediction posters radio script readers theatre
group student work each day after retelling rap setting sketch story box story collage story layout
discussion using the nine question story prop story retelling story sequel
types
DAILY WRITING PRODUCTS cards comment and a question dialogue journal double entry journal letters poem postcards
every day students write from a quick write reading log simulated journal snapshot thought shot
prescribed writing prompt using one of
these specified writing products
DAILY LANGUAGE CONVENTION Iii, 3-16, 57-60, 67-68 266-267, 98-101, 77-80, 17-22 82, 305, 362-366, 408-412 68, 345-
346
ALL Write
www.scu.edu/ethics/publications/cblp
Q1- 2005 Fall- Middle School Program
All Write skills Additional Background
Autobiography- Weeks 1-3
[Writing selected scenes from their lives]
Getting to know your All Write handbook iii and text
Overview Writing Process 3-16 Definitions 42, 302
Life map 39
Prompts 41
Timeline 48
Webbing details 5
Basic sentences 66-68
Peer editing 57-60
Compare and contrast essay
[Comparing 2 objects, events. people, or places]
Comparison/contrast 266-267 Definition 336
Writing about a person, object or event 98-101 Prompts 41
Traits of effective writing 17-22 Organizing paragraphs 87
Descriptive paragraph 80 Adding details 85
Expository essay- Point of View- Weeks 7-9
[Rewriting chapter from alternate point of view]
Expository paragraph 82
Point of view 305
Capitalization 362-366
Nouns 408-412
Visual display- Week 10
Basic sentences (continued) 66-68
Periods, question mark, exclamation mark 345-346
Daily Oral Language
Days- Wks. 1-3: 15 days
Autobiography
Wk. 1: Getting to know your All Write Handbook Student handbook TG
1-5: See All Write Teacher’s Guide (TG) iii & text 8-18
Wk.2: Sentence Structure LC 1.1= Use simple, compound, and compound-complex sentences; use effective coordination and subordination of ideas to express
complete thoughts.
6. Basic sentences- Subject and Predicate 66 57
7. Compound subjects and predicates 66
8. Basic sentence patterns: Subject + action verb 67
9 Sentence pattern: Subject + action verb + direct object 67
10. SP: Subject+ action verb+ indirect object + direct object 67
Wk.3: Sentence Structure
11. Sentence pattern: Review last week & Subject + Action verb + direct object + object complement 67
12. Subject + linking verb + predicate noun 67
13. SP: Subject + linking verb + predicate adjective 67
14. Sentence error: Sentence fragment 68
15. Sentence error: Run-on sentence 68
Daily Oral Language
Days- Wks. 4-6: 15 days
Compare/contrast 2 objects, people, places or events
Wk. 4: Sentence structure paragraphs LC 1.1= Use simple, compound, and compound-complex sentences; use effective coordination and subordination of ideas
to express complete thoughts.
Student handbook TG
1. Intro to compare/contrast & 266-267 115
Compare/contrast person, place, object, event 98-101 63
2. Parts of a paragraph- overview 77-79 61
3. Topic sentence 79
4. The Body 79
5. The Closing Sentence- end product one really good paragraph 79
Wk.5: Sentence structure paragraphs
6. Descriptive paragraphs 80 61
7. Organizing paragraphs 87
8. Adding details 85
9. Traits of effective writing: Revision ideas- stimulating ideas 18, 19 39-40
10. Effective writing: Logical organization 18, 19
Wk.6: Sentence structure paragraphs and Punctuation
11. Effective writing: engaging voice 18, 20 39-40
12. Original word choice 18, 20
13. Effective sentence style 18, 21
14. Correct, accurate copy 18, 21
15. Review and application of Wks. 4-6
Daily Oral Language
Days- Wks. 7-9: 15 days
Expository essay
Wk.7: Spelling: Student handbook TG
1. Prefixes 293-294 119-120, 226-227
2. Prefixes 293-294
3. Suffixes 295
4. Roots 296-298
5. Roots 299-300
AND
Narrative Analysis R3.5
1. Point of view: First person 305
2. Point of view: Third person 305
3. Point of view: Third-person Omniscient 305
4. Point of view: Third-person limited Omniscient 305
5. Point of view: Camera (objective) view 305
Wk. 8: Capitalization
6. Capitalization: Proper nouns and proper adjectives 362 250
7. Capitalization: Names of people, historical names 362
8. Capitalization: Abbreviations, organizations, titles used with names 363
9. Capitalization: Titles, First words, geographic names 364
10. Capitalization: Sections of the country, religions/languages, days of week, official names 365-366
Wk. 9: Parts of Speech
11. Nouns- Kinds of nouns 409 250. 253, 254
12. Nouns-singular & plural 410
13. Nouns- compound and collective 410
14. Nouns- count and noncount 411
15. Nouns- gender and uses 412
Wk. 10: Sentence structure and Punctuation (continued) Student handbook TG
11. Sentence error: Comma splice 68 57
12: Sentence error: Rambling sentence 68
13: Punctuation: period 345 248
14: Punctuation: question mark 346
15: Punctuation: exclamation mark and Review Wks. 1-3 346


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