UMF Unit-Wide Lesson Plan TemplateName: Ms. PomerleauProgram: SMEDCourse: EDU 224Lesson Topic / Title: 1984 PredictionLesson Date: 11/30/17Lesson Length: 70 MinutesGrade/Age: Grades 11-12Learning Objectives & Content Standard Alignment - Selects, creates, and sequences learning experiences and performance tasks that support learners in reaching rigorous curriculum goals based on content standards.Learning Objective(s): Students will understand that predictions need to have evidence to back them up.Students will enhance their findings through digital media.Students will make a prediction and back it up through evidence, reasoning, and solid, appropriate usage of digitalmedia.Instructional Decisions / Reasoning:Students need to understand the basis of predictions because this is an important life skill. Predictions happen in daily life: especially with financial matters. Being able to understand themand back up your own prediction is crucial. Being able to enhance their findings through digital media is important in our technology based world. The most efficient way to get theword out about your thoughts is through digital media. This could be a video, photo, or other media such as a comic strip. Content Standard(s):ELA.SPS.12.04– Is skilled at making strategic use of digital media (e.g., textual, graphical, audio, visual, and interactive elements) in presentations to enhance understanding of findings, reasoning, and evidence.Instructional Decisions / ReasoningIn order to be a productive digital citizen, students need to know how to use digital media. Simply logging onto the internet gives you a plethora of digital media. In fact, Google has a different photo or game on their home screen almost every day. Something as simple as that is powerful to display a message. Giving students the power to know how to create digital media will allow them more ways to share their reasoning and messages.Assessment - Uses assessment flexibly to expand and deepen understanding of learner performance and determines best supports for continued learner growth.Assessment:Pre: Students will read chapters 1 and 2 of 1984. They will also complete a tutorial on Pixton.Formative: Story Map 3 – Students will fill out a story map graphic organizer.Summative: Comic Strip – Students will create a comic strip to present their prediction. They will need to use textual evidence and features of Pixton (the comic strip website) to convey their message. They will be predicting Instructional Decisions / ReasoningPre: Students will not be doing a written or formal pre-assessment, but rather doing work to prepare for the summative assessment. They will need to read the chapters of the book to make the prediction, and they will needto finish the tutorial in order to know how to use the Pixton website.