formal observation lesson

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January 23rd , 2019
• Bellringer: Skim this new and final section of Beowulf (pages 92-96). Write
down any new vocabulary and add them to our vocabulary list.
• Bellringer: Hojee esta nueva y última sección de Beowulf (páginas 9296). Escribe cualquier nuevo vocabulario y agrégalo a nuestra lista de
vocabulario.
Grab text
handout!
Agarra el
folleto de
texto!
Daily Objective
• Cite textual evidence to
analyze words, phrases, and
word choices to determine
their impact
• Analyze story elements and
characteristics of an epic
• Cite textual evidence to
make inferences regarding
meaning of poems
4
• Create their own poetry using specific words
and phrases and justify the meaning of their
text through the use of textual evidence
• Create kennings of their own
• Create their own alliterations in original
poems
3
• Cite textual evidence to analyze words,
phrases, and word choices to determine their
impact on meaning and tone
• Cite textual evidence to make inferences
regarding meaning of poems
2
• Identify the meaning and tone of a text
• Make inferences regarding meaning
• Explain what kennings & alliteration are
1
With help, complete level 2 tasks.
Quick Review
Beowulf’s Last Battle
• What happened?
• Who was involved?
• What do you think will happen next?
The Death of Beowulf (pages 92-96)
We will listen to bits of this section of Beowulf one at a time. You will have
a particular task for each to complete, individually, on your text handout.
1. Task/Listen to text
2. Pause
3. Share with partner
4. Task/Listen
5. Pause
6. Share with partner
And so on…
You may need a highlighter today. You
will be annotating your text. We will see
writing, underlining, circling, and much
more when we finish.
Grab a partner & something to write with
Lines 131-189
While you listen:
Underline text that shows Beowulf’s awareness of his
approaching death and how he faces it.
Mientras escuchas:
Subraye el texto que muestra la conciencia de Beowulf de
su muerte inminente y cómo se enfrenta a ella.
Lines 190-226
While you listen:
Underline text that shows Wiglaf’s feelings towards Beowulf.
Circle text explaining who Beowulf chooses as a successor.
Mientras escuchas:
Subraye el texto que muestra los sentimientos de Wiglaf hacia
Beowulf. Encierra en un círculo el texto que explica a quién
elige Beowulf como sucesor.
Lines 227-265
While you listen:
Underline examples of kennings that stand for Beowulf’s
name.
Mientras escuchas:
Subraye ejemplos de las bodegas que representan el nombre
de Beowulf.
Partner Work
In pairs, answer questions 8, 10, & 12. Be ready
to share with the class once the timer rings.
Exit Ticket
One sentence summary:
Write on your note card a one sentence
summary of this section of Beowulf. If time
permits, we will share out.
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