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Co-Teaching Lesson Plan

General Education Teacher: Mr. F


Special Education Teacher: Ms. G
Grade Level: 8th grade
Subject Area: ELA
ContentAreaStandard:CC.1.3.8.D
Analyze how differences in the points of view of the characters and the audience or reader (e.g., created through the use of dramatic irony)
create such effects as suspense or humor.

Essential Questions:
- Who is the speaker in each poem?
- What is the theme of the poems?
- How do the two poems compare to one another across literary elements (character, setting, plot, theme)?
Key Vocabulary: Theme, Compare / Contrast
Materials Needed: Collections Textbook, pg. 223-224

Lesson

Co-teaching
Approach

Time

General Education
Teacher

Special Education
Teacher

(can select more


than one)

Beginning:
(may include:
Opening;
Warm Up;
Review;
Anticipatory
Set)

One teach, One 45min


assist

Do Now: Think about the


communication at your
house. How is the
relationship with your
parents/guardians at
home?
Interactive Whiteboard
lesson: Word Choice and
Tone

During this time, Ms. G


will walk around the room
to ensure everyone is
following along. She will
provide additional
explanation as needed if
students are getting it the
first time.

Considerations (may
include adaptations,
differentiation,
accommodation, or
student- specific needs).
Provide Guided Notes at
various levels for different
students
Provide additional visual
images on laptop
Individualized re-teach
Offer colored overlays

**Teacher Notes Attached

Middle:
(may include:
Instruction;
Checking for
Understanding;
Independent or
Group
Practice)

One Teach,
30
One Support minutes
Parallel
Alternative
Station
Team

Ms. F is working with


Group A students in the back
of the room. They are rereading the two poems and
answering the aligned
questions in the textbook.
[Think-Pair-Write-Share
style]
Ms. G is working with
students in Group B that are
having trouble reading the
poem and practicing reading
it with intonation,
expression, and appropriate
tone to then understand the
two themes of the poem and
how they relate. This station
is held as a discussion then
write.
Group C is working
independently on answering
Guided Questions in pairs.

-Students will follow along


as we read each poem one
by one.
-They will then read the
poem to a partner
-Then alone
We will emphasize how to
read the poem Hanging
Fire with a lack of
punctuation and what that
means.
Students will underline
each repeated line as they
read on their own.
We will highlight each line
that describes the setting as
we read aloud together.
A discussion will be held
on what each of these
literary elements
emphasize and then we will

Colored Overlays/Reading
Strips
Bullet points first for short
answers
Writing in the book