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English Ed 5641 Francis Sullivan Dan Gallant April 25, 2013 Narrative Lesson Plan Part One: Teacher Planning Context of Lesson: This lesson will take place within a 10 th grade classroom in an urban school. There are 25 students total, 15 females and 10 males. 11 of the students are African American, four are Spanish speaking ELLs, eight are White, and two are ethnic Chinese students, but born and raised in Philadelphia. Three students have designated IEPs: one for a physical disability that severely impairs her hearing, one for problems related to Dyslexia, and another for ADD/HD. Reading levels as measured by State diagnostic assessments are as follows: two students (grade- level -4), six students (grade level -2), 12 students (grade-level -1 to +1), and five students (grade-level +2 to +4 however, three of these students have been “left back” due to extremely poor grades in English classes).
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