Create Drama Terms Foldable and Notes from Pages 722-725 in PH Lit Book

Create Drama Terms Foldable and Notes from Pages 722-725 in PH Lit Book

4th QuarterWeek 31Brewer, LA7

Monday 4/17/17 / Tuesday 4/18/17 / Wednesday 4/19/17
Unit/Objective: Unit 10
How does a drama tell a story different than prose? / Unit/Objective: Unit 10
How does a drama tell a story different than prose? / Unit/Objective: Unit 10
How does a drama tell a story different than prose?
Materials/Resources:
PH lit book, notebooks, foldable / Materials/Resources:
PH lit book, notebooks, foldable / Materials/Resources:
“from Sorry, Wrong Number” film version, SmartBoard, handout
Bellwork:
1. Copy week 31 syllabus. / Bellwork:
2. Essential Vocab: / Bellwork:
3. TBD
Activities:
1. Elements of Drama and Analyzing Drama:
  • Create drama terms foldable and notes from pages 722-725 in PH Lit book
  • Discuss terms and elements of drama and how they relate to LWW play.
/ Activities:
1. Elements of Drama and Analyzing Drama:
  • Complete foldable.
2. Close Read- Understanding Elements of Drama:
  • Use sidebars to guide students through the model from “from Sorry, Wrong Number”, by Lucille Fletcher, stopping to analyzing portions of the text, PH pg. 726-728.
/ Activities:
1. View “from Sorry, Wrong Number”:
  • Discuss film techniques: light, sound, color, camera focus, angles, etc.
  • Watch film version, analyzing effects of techniques unique to this medium

Closing: / Closing:
Exit Slip: How do these portions contribute to the development of the script? / Closing:
Items to turn in/Homework: / Items to turn in/Homework: / Items to turn in/Homework:
Thursday 4/20/17 / Friday 4/21/17 / Notes:
Unit/Objective: Unit 10
How does a drama tell a story different than prose? / Unit/Objective: Unit 10
How does a drama tell a story different than prose? / Honors:
Esperanza Rising:
-Anticipation Guide (pg 2) and 1924, Las Uvas, and Las Papayas (pg 4-5) due on 4/21/17
Materials/Resources:
PH lit book, notebooks / Materials/Resources:
Unit 10 CFA
Bellwork:
4. TBD / Bellwork:
5. TBD
Activities:
1. “from the novel Dragonwings”, by Laurence Yep:
  • Have students read script in pairs, PH pg. 729.
  • While reading, answer the highlighted questions.
  • After reading, complete the analysis questions on PH pg. 735.
/ Activities:
1. Unit 10 CFA:
  • (RL. 7.7) Compare and contrast written story, drama, poem to filmed version
  • (RL. 7.3) Analyze how elements of drama interact
  • (RL. 7.1) Cite text evidence that supports analysis of text
  • (W. 7.2) Write informative/explanatory text to examine a topic
/ Accommodations:
IEP Students will be allowed extra time, notes, and will be able to work in small groups. They will also be allowed to do retesting outside of the classroom.
Closing: / Closing: / Comments:
Items to turn in/Homework: / Items to turn in/Homework:
Unit 10 CFA, Elements of Drama Foldable and notes