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Running head: PERSUASIVE MINI UNIT AND RATIONALE 1 Persuasive Mini Unit Erica Priscella SPD 580 January 16, 2019
PERSUASIVE MINI UNIT AND RATIONALE 2 PERSUASIVE MINI UNIT AND RATIONALE With using the class profile, this English Language Arts classroom has, thirty students are at a variety of different reading levels. The students can be group in different ways in order to help maximize the effectiveness of the lesson. During the persuasive mini-unit, the students can grouped into below grade level in reading, grade level, and above grade level group. The grouping will allow for differentiation and modifications to be done to meet the needs of each student in the group. The students who are placed in the below grade level group are currently one to two years below grade level, so they can work together and the lesson can be modified to their needs. The students in this below grade group include students who are ELL and below grade level. The following students are in the below grade level group are Arturo, Diana, Eduardo, Fatima, Ines, Wayne, Wendell, and Fredrick. The at grade level group are students are at grade level for reading. The at grade level group have the following students are Brandie, Dessie, Donnie, Emma, Frances, Francesca, Jade, Kent, Lolita, Maria, Mason, Noah and Sophia. The last grouping are students who are above grade level by one to two years above. The following students are in that group: Wade, Stuart, Sharlene, Nick, Beryl and Bertie. The students were placed into the ability group based upon their ability; the classroom teacher is able to ensure that the appropriate reading materials are being used to meet the needs of the students. The classroom teacher has the ability to work specific reading groups to need specific goals that can be more meaningful to the students.
PERSUASIVE MINI UNIT AND RATIONALE 3 GCU College of Education LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE 03/2014 Teacher Candidate: Grade Level: Date: Unit/Subject: Instructional Plan Title Erica Priscella 6 th grade January 16, 2019 Persuasive Writing/Language Arts Writing a Persuasive Letter-Day 1 I. PLANNING Lesson summary and focus : Students will read the story I Wanna New Room by Karen Kaufman Orluff. In the story, Alex (the main character) writes letters to his parents to persuade to not have share a room with his brother. The book gives an example of a persuasive letter and how to persuade others. Classroom and student factors : This classroom is comprised of 30 students at different reading and writing abilities. The class contains 5 students with an IEP, 3 students that are English Language Learners, 3 students who are two years or more above grade level. National / State Learning Standards: Alaska State Standard: Writing 6.1: Write arguments to support claims with reasons and relevant evidence.

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