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Differentiation: Students who are struggling with the content can come after class to ask questions. Closure: Inform students they will need to bring their journal of response from today’s lesson to class tomorrow for an in-class discussion session. Homework Review and rewrite (if-needed) their journal responses to the questions raised during the movie. 7
Mentor Analysis : Read Ch. 9-3 and 9-4. Answer Questions 1-5 for each section in proper MLA format. Remind students they may turn in additional question notecards they may have regarding the unit. Movie URL ? trackId=13752289&tctx=0%2C0%2C0bf13497c9d0c451bbd0c02ddadd15d55f8ae230%3A2ffd3 9c702268a027bc4aa848d2ef487c3c5bd01%2C%2C Movie Questions Advice students to prepare their own writing instruments and to answer the questions with any responses that come to mind. They will get 3 mins to answer each question, but feel free to add to the response or take notes throughout the movie. 1. (Pause at 13:20) How can you relate to the main character of the movie Taylor or other characters. What are some of the similarities from the movie to our daily life. 2. (Pause at 27:24) What are some of the problems – conflicts – that are happening in the movie. What are some of the influences that has cause the problem. What are some of the steps Taylor could’ve done to prevent the situation. 3. (Pause at 46:48) Taylor is frustrated and struggling with herself. What are some of the ways – listed in the textbook or online resources – you would recommend for Taylor right now. 4. (Pause at 1:05:20) What are some ways of solving the problem that has helped Taylor so far? List specific examples from the movie. 8
Mentor Analysis Lesson 3 Teacher Candidate: Grade Level: Date: Unit/Subject: Instructional Plan Title Irene Chou 9 th Graders 4/11/2018 Health/Physical Education Violence and Conflicts Class Discussions [Movie and Notecard Questions] I. PLANNING Lesson summary and focus : Students will be participating in the guided class discussion regarding the movie and notecard questions raised by their peers. Classroom and student factors : Discussion should be taken place in an enclosed classroom. An enclosed space will allow students to feel safe and secure to speak freely of their opinion during the discussion. National / State Learning Standards: Specific learning target(s) / objectives: Students will learn to think critically from the collaborative discussion through the shared answer of their peers. In addition, to deepen their exploration with the concepts taught in the unit and apply it to real-life scenarios. Teaching notes: The Jigsaw Classroom is a cooperative learning technique that reduces racial conflict among school children, promotes better learning, improves student motivation, and increases enjoyment of the learning experience (Jigsaw, n.d.).

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