This is a 105-page unit for John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.
There are twelve lesson plans. Each lesson plan is several pages long because it is incredibly detailed. It contains expected student responses to the do-now, the rationale behind the do-now, the common core alignment and standard, mini-lesson, definitions, pivotal questions, examples, group-work, summation, etc. It even has a reading log prompt if you want the students to do some additional reading and practice on their own. It is print ready and perfect in case you use this lesson during an observation or if you simply want to make sure you have the best, most detailed lesson plan you can have.
There are twelve sets of overheads / handouts. Each set is specific to the lesson it accompanies and each set is very student friendly. It contains the aim, do-now, needed definitions, space and graphic organizers for answers, responses, and student work. If you have a differentiated classroom this will work perfectly for you.
If you ever wanted to teach students the importance of language but you weren't sure how to fit it into the curriculum in a way that makes sense... Well, I finally did it on my own, with COMMON CORE ALIGNMENT, using John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men.
The lessons included are broken down by chapter and cover the gamut from nouns, subjects, verbs, subject-verb agreement, dialect, pronouns, possessive pronouns, apostrophes, types of sentences (from simple to compound-complex), prepositions, objects of propositions, and more.
This is the complete unit, as I use it and love it, page by page.