Grade 6 Module 1 Unit 3 Lesson 3 Mid Unit Assessment

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GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative. and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Long Term Targets Addressed Based on NYSP12 ELA CCLS. I can write informative explanatory texts that convey ideas and concepts using relevant information that is carefully selected and organized W 6 2. I can write narrative texts about real or imagined experiences using relevant details and event sequences that make sense W 6 3. Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis reflection and research W 6 9. Supporting Learning Targets Ongoing Assessment, I can explain in writing how my plan for a hero s journey narrative aligns with the archetype for The Mid Unit 3 Assessment Crosswalk between My Hero s. Hero s Journey Journey Narrative and The Hero s Journey. I can establish a context for my hero s journey narrative in a way that engages and orients the reader Informational Text. Hero s Journey Narrative Plan graphic organizer, Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc. Public Consulting Group Inc with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Inc NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum G6 M1 U3 L3 June 2013 1. GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative. and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Agenda Teaching Notes, 1 Opening In this lesson students use the informational text The Hero s Journey to justify their plan for their.
A Unpacking Learning Targets 2 minutes own narrative as fitting the archetypal pattern of a hero s journey. 2 Work Time For the mid unit assessment students write an explanatory paragraph in which they provide two. examples from their plan that align with the stages of the hero s journey and then provide. A Review of Paragraph Writing and Mid Unit 3, corresponding evidence from the informational article. Assessment Crosswalk between My Hero s Journey, Narrative and The Hero s Journey This graphic organizer serves as a checkpoint on how well students are applying the hero s journey. Informational Text 20 minutes archetype This graphic organizer should be checked over before they continue drafting their stories in. B Mini Lesson Establishing a Context for a Narrative. 10 minutes The paragraph provides students an opportunity to synthesize their thinking about their plan It is also. an opportunity to gauge their skills with on demand paragraph writing This can be graded and. C Planning and Drafting Establishing a Context for. returned at your discretion,My Hero s Journey 10 minutes. At this point in the module students have written several paragraphs Therefore the only scaffolding. 3 Closing and Assessment, for this assessment writing is an anchor chart and an oral rehearsal of a similar paragraph about the. A Debrief Where Are You in Drafting the Beginning of model text The Golden Key. Your Story 3 minutes, In Advance For the mid unit assessment students will need the Hero s Journey Narrative Plan graphic.
4 Homework organizer from Lesson 2 as well as their informational text The Hero s Journey from Unit 1. A Finish drafting the beginning of your hero s journey Post Learning targets. B Independent reading, Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc. Public Consulting Group Inc with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Inc NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum G6 M1 U3 L3 June 2013 2. GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative. and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Lesson Vocabulary Materials, align establish context engage orient The Hero s Journey informational text from Unit 1 Lesson 8 one per student new clean copies if needed. Hero s Journey Narrative Plan graphic organizer from Lesson 2 plus one for display. Mid Unit 3 Assessment Crosswalk between My Hero s Journey Narrative and The Hero s Journey Informational Text. one per student one for display,Document camera, The Golden Key model narrative from Lesson 2 one per student one for display. Lined paper one sheet per student, Structure of an Explanatory Paragraph achor chart new teacher created see Work Time A.
Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc. Public Consulting Group Inc with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Inc NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum G6 M1 U3 L3 June 2013 3. GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative. and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Opening Meeting Students Needs, A Continue the Hero Profile 5 minutes Posting learning targets allows. Read aloud as students read the learning targets silently in their heads students to reference them. I can explain in writing how my plan for a hero s journey narrative aligns with the archetype for throughout the lesson to check their. The Hero s Journey understanding They also provide a. reminder to students and teachers, I can establish a context for my hero s journey narrative in a way that engages and orients about the intended learning behind. the reader,a given lesson or activity,Discussing and clarifying the. Based on the learning targets what do you think we will be doing today language of learning targets helps. After students have shared their ideas tell them that the first learning target is their mid unit assessment in which they will build academic vocabulary. write a paragraph explaining how their writing plan follows the archetype of a hero s journey In the second part of the. lesson they will look at different ways authors start their stories so they can begin drafting their hero s journeys Tell. students that they will discuss the phrase establish a context later in the lesson. Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc. Public Consulting Group Inc with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Inc NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum G6 M1 U3 L3 June 2013 4. GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative.
and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Work Time Meeting Students Needs, A Review of Paragraph Writing and Mid Unit 3 Assessment Crosswalk between My Hero s Journey Displaying anchor charts. Narrative and The Hero s Journey Informational Text 20 minutes such as the Structure of. Note Keep this review short so that students have time to write their paragraphs an Explanatory. Ask students to take out their informational text The Hero s Journey from Unit 1 or distribute new texts as needed They also Paragraph chart allows. need to take out the Hero s Journey Narrative Plan graphic organizer that they completed in Lesson 2 or for homework students to guide. Remind them that one of their goals for this narrative was to create a story that is aligned with The Hero s Journey informational text themselves through the. they studied in Unit 1 Review the word align This may sound like Remember in Unit 1 we discussed the word align as meaning to writing process and. be in line with or line up side by side provides a reference. point if they get stuck, Distribute the Mid Unit 3 Assessment Crosswalk between My Hero s Journey Narrative and The Hero s Journey. Informational Text Tell students that for their mid unit assessment they will write an explanatory paragraph outlining two ways in Consider providing select. which the plan for their narrative aligns with The Hero s Journey students with sentence. starters such as One, Using a document camera focus students attention on the mid unit assessment Invite them to read along as you read the focus. way that my plan aligns,question aloud,with The Hero s. How does your plan for a hero s journey align with the archetype of The Hero s Journey Journey is or These. Ask students to Think Pair Share examples show that. This will help them get,What is the focus question asking you to do.
started and move on to, Listen for answers like We have to show how our story is a hero s journey with the same stages the archetype of a hero s journey has the ideas part of their. Remind students that they have written several paragraphs over the last two units Display the new Structure of an Explanatory writing. Paragraph anchor chart Tell students that before they write their paragraph today they will review the anchor chart which they Consider posting the. can then use to help them with their assessment assessment directions for. Ask students to take out the model narrative The Golden Key Review the Explanatory Paragraph anchor chart one component students who may. at a time asking how this writing might sound for a paragraph about the The Golden Key For example ask struggle with multistep. directions, How might I write a topic sentence for my paragraph about The Golden Key Remember a topic sentence introduces what the. paragraph will be about by making a claim, Listen for responses like The Golden Key is aligned to the hero s journey in multiple ways. How might I include an example like this from my own narrative. Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc. Public Consulting Group Inc with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Inc NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum G6 M1 U3 L3 June 2013 5. GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative. and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Work Time continued Meeting Students Needs, Listen for an example like The article says Heroes exist in a world that is considered ordinary or uneventful by those who live there.
Marney lives on an ordinary farm in an ordinary family. Tell students that they will then include a second example from their Hero s Journey Narrative Plan graphic organizer and support. that with evidence from the informational text, Finally tell students they should include a conclusion that provides closure for the reader Remind them what they learned previously. about a concluding sentence It should repeat the topic in some way but then leave the reader with a question or something to think. Give directions for the on demand assessment, 1 Choose two stages of your hero s journey narrative that you think align well with the archetype in the informational text. 2 Find quotes from the informational article that you will use as evidence Underline these quotes so they are. easier for you to find when writing, 3 Draft your paragraph using the Structure of an Explanatory Paragraph anchor chart to guide you. Give students the next 10 to 12 minutes to draft their paragraphs Circulate to observe direct students attention to the anchor chart for. Collect the Mid Unit Assessment Explaining My Hero s Journey Plan. Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc. Public Consulting Group Inc with a perpetual license granted to Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Inc NYS Common Core ELA Curriculum G6 M1 U3 L3 June 2013 6. GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3,The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative. and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative. Work Time continued Meeting Students Needs, B Mini Lesson Establishing a Context for a Narrative 10 minutes Consider posting the.
Refocus students whole group Tell them they will now begin the drafting of their hero s journey narrative by establishing the context of definitions of the words. the story Define the word establish as to set up or bring into being This can be connected to the idea of establishing a business establish orient context. meaning to start a business Discuss the word context as a situation or what s around something In a story narrative it might mean and engage for reference. what s important for the reader to know for example the setting and the character Remind students that they have heard this word Giving select students a. in the phrase context clues which means clues found in the text around a word Therefore establishing a context means to set up the pre highlighted version. situation of their story of the model that, Tell the class that the beginning of a story serves two purposes to engage the reader and to orient the reader Ask highlights the ways in. which the author orients, What does it mean to engage a person in something and engages the reader. Listen for answers like It means to get them interested In the interest of time if students are unclear about the meaning define it will allow those students. for them to focus their attention,Ask on the most important. parts of the text,What does it mean to orient a person. Again if students are unclear define this word as to help someone figure out their physical position or setting. Given these two definitions what does it mean in your own words to engage and orient a reader in a story. Listen for answers like It means to get readers interested in the story and to help them figure out where they are. Tell the class that because the author has to both engage and orient a reader beginning a story is one of the most important and. difficult parts of narrative writing One good way to start is to study the writing of other authors and see how they engage and orient a. reader Say Authors use many different techniques to begin stories and today we will study one example to identify a strategy for our. own writing, Using a document camera or chart paper display a copy of The Golden Key where all students can see it Invite them to read silently.
GRADE 6 MODULE 1 UNIT 3 LESSON 3 The Hero s Journey Analyzing a Model Narrative and Continuing to Plan a New Hero s Journey Narrative Created by Expeditionary Learning on behalf of Public Consulting Group Inc

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