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WGU Connected Learning Segment TemplateGeneral InformationTeacher Education Candidate Name:Jamie HamiltonDate Developed: 6/1/2020Connected Learning Segment Title:The Underground RailroadPeriod/Time Estimate:3 daysSubjects (3):Language Arts, History, ArtGrade Level:1st gradeNumber of Students:20Central Focus:The central focus is a topic such as the solar system, life cycles, the Civil Rights Movement.The Underground RailroadLesson 1 Information State-adopted Content Standard (or Common CoreState Standards, if applicable)Code and DescriptionSubject Learning Objectives(s) (Behavior, Condition, Criteria)Instructional Plan: Strategies andLearning TasksDescription of Formative and Summative Assessment 1.10A Author’s purpose and craft: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and thinking using multiple texts. Thestudent uses critical inquiry to analyze the authors’ choices and how they influence and communicate meaning within a variety of texts.The student analyzes and applies the author’s craft purposefully in order to develop his or her own products and performances. Language ArtsAfter reading Aunt Harriet’s Underground Railroad students will be able to write 3 sentences about what the author’s purpose was of writing the story. Students will receive 8\10 on the scoring card. Modeling- The teacher will discuss what the author’s purpose means and give examples. Students will look at the book cover and try to predict what the book is about. Students will listen to the book being reGuiding-Students will participate in a group discussion. Students will be called on one at a time and give their thoughts to why the author wrote this story. The teacher will write down the ideas on the whiteboard.