Omega English Product includes: A very detailed Common Core aligned lesson, a vivid PowerPoint with visuals, a graphic organizer, guidance to access audio, differentiated questions, and a teacher checklist/conference sheets specifically tailored to the lesson.
This Omega English product contains a VERY detailed Common Core lessons on the short story “The Veldt.” The lesson focuses on theme throughout the text. It specifically focuses on writing theme statements using “The Veldt.” Students are also required to cite and analyze evidence in the text in order to support their theme statement. The lesson plan highlights the Danielson Domains to ensure effectiveness. In addition, it contains an abundance of differentiation; thus, this lesson can be implemented regardless of what type of diverse learners you have in your classroom. Differentiation includes, but not limited to differentiation for high, mid, and struggling students (This differentiation may include ESL/ELL, F-ELL, Lowest Third, Special Needs, Struggling Learners, First Time Test Takers, General Education, and Advanced/Honors). In addition, you will also receive: a graphic organizer, a vivid PowerPoint presentation that correlates to the lesson plan, guidance to access visual/audio support, differentiated questions that are leveled, Instructional Objectives, and a teacher checklist/conference sheet specifically tailored to the lesson. This is a print ready lesson; however, it can be easily edited because it was created in a Microsoft Word document. All lessons are teacher/student tested. This lesson was created by an Omega English teacher that was rated overall Highly Effective.
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Note: This lesson was tailored around 11th grade ELA standards; however, since standards build off each prior year it can be used in a Middle School or High School setting. The lesson contains multiple options for reading the text depending on the population you teach. It contains sufficient differentiation and is clear enough to be used in a Middle School setting, but also sophisticated enough to be used in a High School setting.
Key/Search Words: “The Veldt,” Ray Bradbury, theme, theme statements, thematic statements, Science Fiction, Short Stories, Literature, English Language Arts, ELA, Citing Evidence, Analysis, Quote Analysis