Divine Dining

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Divine Dining by Mind Map: Divine Dining

1. Day 1: • Bellwork: Practice quick math by taking menu items and rounding to the nearest whole number, then adding together the complete order. (AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8) • Read first chapter of How Rude! : The Teenagers' Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out. • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Write a brief summary of main points learned from the chapter using appropriate sentence structure.(W.9-10.1.C) • Assess student writing

2. Week 1

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4. Standards: AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8 AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.1 RI.9-10.1 (At RI.5.1 Level) RI.9-10.4 (At RI.6.4) W.9-10.1.C (At W.6.1.C) W.9-10.3 (At W.5.3)

5. Measurable Objectives: Students will write paragraphs with 80% of sentences using correct grammar. Students will match the correct time and terminology 8 out of 10 times. Students will use appropriate words choice on sensitive topics 70% of the time. Students will give an accurate approximate cost to meals 70% of the time. Students will answer questions with correct supporting evidence on 80% of their questions.

6. Day 2: • Bellwork: Practice quick math by taking menu items and rounding to the nearest whole number, then adding together the complete order. (AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8) • Read second chapter of How Rude! : The Teenagers' Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out. • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Write a brief summary of main points learned from the chapter using appropriate sentence structure.(W.9-10.1.C) • Assess student writing

7. Day 3: • Bellwork: Practice quick math by taking menu items and rounding to the nearest whole number, then adding together the complete order. (AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8) • Read third chapter of How Rude! : The Teenagers' Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out. • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Quiz on rounding to the nearest whole number and adding complete order (AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8)

8. Day 4: • Bellwork: Clock practice- Practice writing out the correct time when given a time terminology, such as half-past 8 (8:30). AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.1 • Read fourth chapter of How Rude! : The Teenagers' Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out. • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Write a brief summary of main points learned from the chapter using appropriate sentence structure.(W.9-10.1.C) • Assess student writing

9. Day 5: • Bellwork: Clock practice- Practice writing out the correct time when given a time terminology, such as half-past 8 (8:30). AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.1 • Read first chapter of Communication Skills for Teens: How to Listen, Express, and Connect for Success • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Write a brief summary of main points learned from the chapter using appropriate sentence structure.(W.9-10.1.C) • Assess student writing

10. Day 6:• Bellwork: Clock practice- Practice writing out the correct time when given a time terminology, such as half-past 8 (8:30). AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.1 • Read second chapter of Communication Skills for Teens: How to Listen, Express, and Connect for Success • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Quiz on time terminology and clocks ). AR.Math.Content.3.MD.A.1

11. Day 7: • Bellwork: Practice using appropriate words in a given social setting. Worksheet will give options to choose from, such as “My father was a____________. A. Substance Abuser B. Crackhead” RI.6.4 • Read third chapter of Communication Skills for Teens: How to Listen, Express, and Connect for Success • Answer specific teacher-made questions citing textual evidence to support answers (RI.5.1). • Discuss answers. • Write a brief summary of main points learned from the chapter using appropriate sentence structure.(W.9-10.1.C) • Assess student writing

12. Day 8: • Bellwork: Practice using appropriate words in a given social setting. Worksheet will give options to choose from, such as “My father was a____________. A. Substance Abuser B. Crackhead” RI.6.4 • Practice going through McAlister’s Deli menu. Students will have a worksheet with various family orders and have to give the approximate price. (AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8) • Discuss answers. • Assess student work.

13. Day 9: to choose from, such as “My father was a____________. A. Substance Abuser B. Crackhead” RI.6.4 • Practice going through Red Lobster’s menu. Students will have a worksheet with various family orders and have to give the approximate price. (AR.Math.Content.2.NBT.B.8) • Discuss answers. • Assess student work. • Quiz over connotation and appropriate word choice. RI.6.4

14. Day 10: • Summative Assessment: Students will write an imagined date experience, using fluent writing, time terminology, quick math estimation, and appropriate language with conversation topics. Also, students will be using the Olive Garden meu given by the teacher. Students will describe the meal in detail and give an approximate cost to the total meal (students will add a $10 tip to the meal). This will include all standards with the addition of writing narratives (W.5.3). • Teacher will grade assessments and give appropriate feedback.

15. Accommodations: o Provide on audio tape o Provide in large print o Reduce number of items for lower level students o Present instructions orally o Allow for verbal responses o Provide preferential seating o Provide a space with minimal distractions o Administer a test in small group setting o Provide on-task/focusing prompts o Provide highlighters/highlight important details through the reading o Break chapters down into smaller segments (not reading full chapter) o Allow small group work when answering questions o Provide miniature clocks with adjustable hands