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LESSON PLAN: Free Speech Name: Rob Perkovich GENERAL INFORMATION Lesson Title & Subject(s): Writing about 1 st Amendment Topic or Unit of Study: Government Grade/Level: 9-12 Instructional Setting: Pre-assessment has already been administered and feedback given to students regarding structure, language, and syntax. This assignment will be the first after the pre-assessment to establish any possible growth following pre-assessment feedback. Class size of (40) 9 th grade students in horseshoe seating arrangement with pathways that allow the teacher to move around and keep students focused and engaged through proximity. This class has ELL students ranging in level from ELL 2-4 STANDARDS, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Your State Core Curriculum/Student Achievement Standard(s): State Content Standard Compare the point of view of two or more authors for how they treat the same or similar topics, including which details they include and emphasize in their respective accounts. State Language Standard Writing literary and informational texts to present, describe, and explain ideas and information, using appropriate technology Lesson Goal(s): With pen and paper, students will be able to produce a writing sample that compares the right of Free Speech in the United States with the rights of Free Speech in their home nation with 70% proficiency in a 1 hour time limit.
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Lesson Objective(s): Content Objective Students will be able to produce a writing sample that compares the right of Free Speech in the United States with the rights of Free Speech in their home nation. The inclusion of their home nation is to keep students informed about the different degrees of rights and freedoms
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