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Subject: Language Arts - Grade
General Goal: Student will be able to read and discuss one chapter out of the
"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" novel.
Specific Objectives: (1) Students will be able to describe events in the novel. (2)
Student will be able to detect dialogue. (3) Student will be able to write dialogue.
Materials needed: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde novel, highlighter, chart paper, dried
Estimated time required: One block schedule period.
Planned classroom management strategies: Teacher will use individualized
- Motivating activity- as a warm-up, the teacher will ask the student to recall what
was read so far. Teacher will then ask the student if he has any questions about the two
chapter read thus far.
- Demonstration/Modeling and Guided Practice: Teacher will introduce chapter three by
discussing dialogue. The teacher will explain that the author lets us know when a
character is speaking by using quotation marks to mark dialogue. Teacher will define
dialogue for the student. Teacher will then ask the student to highlight a sentence that
is surrounded by quotation marks. Next teacher will ask student to tell who is speaking in
the highlighted sentence of dialogue. Teacher will then ask the student to read chapter
- Independent Practice: Student will read chapter three. He will receive assistance
with difficult words when necessary. Teacher will ask the student to highlight all of the
dialogue within the chapter. Student will then identify which character is saying what.
Teacher will then ask student to write a four-lined dialogue. Teacher will make any
necessary corrections and then ask the student to copy the dialogue on the chart paper
with the markers. Student will glue the dried macaroni on the chart paper around the
dialogue to represent quotation marks.
- Accomodation/Adaption- For student X, teacher will listen to the student read the
instructionally appropriate text and assist student when necessary. Student will carefully
highlight dialogue and receive extensive practice with dialogue and quotation marks.
- Evaluation/Testing/Procedure for Collecting Formative and Summative Evaluation-
- Formative: Teacher will observe the student read and highlight dialogue within the
- Summative: Teacher will ask student to summarize chapter three and to tell what
dialogue is. Teacher will give a worksheet that requires the student to insert the
quotation marks around the dialogue.
Reflection/Self-Evaluation: Based on the summarizing of events in the chapter and
the dialogue activity, the teacher will decide whether the student understands the concept
of dialogue, quotation marks, and the events in chapter three.