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Lesson 8 - Planning a Presentation

teaches Common Core State Standards SL.5.5 http://corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/SL/5/5
teaches Common Core State Standards SL.5.4 http://corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/SL/5/4
teaches Common Core State Standards RI.5.1 http://corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/RI/5/1
teaches Common Core State Standards RI.5.9 http://corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/RI/5/9

Lesson 8 - Planning a Presentation

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Daily Learning Targets 

  • I can analyze a model to generate criteria for an effective presentation about key factors that can contribute to success in being an effective leader of social change. 
  • I can plan the structure of an effective presentation about key factors that can contribute to success in being an effective leader of social change. 

Purpose of Lesson

  • In this lesson, students consider the question “What are the key factors that can contribute to success in being an effective leader of social change?” as they begin to plan their presentations for the End of Unit 3 Assessment.
  • They begin by analyzing the structure of a model presentation in pairs, and then move on to focus on planning the content of their own presentations.

In Advance

  • Strategically partner students for work during this lesson, with at least one strong reader in each pair.
  • Download and practice presenting the model presentation in preparation for Work Time A (Curriculum.ELeducation.org and/or supporting materials). Alternatively, consider recording another adult presenting the same presentation and play it for students. In the latter situation, ensure the presenter follows the guidelines on the Effective Presentation Anchor Chart (example, for teacher reference) in the supporting materials.
  • Prepare technology necessary to present model presentation.
  • Post: Learning targets and applicable anchor charts.

Vocabulary

  • Lesson-specific: multimedia, generate, criteria, effective

Materials

  • End of Unit 3 Assessment: Multimedia Presentation (one per student)
  • Close Readers Do These Things Anchor Chart (begun in Module 1)
  • Working to Contribute to a Better World Anchor Chart (begun in Module 1)
  • Academic Word Wall (begun in Module 1)
  • Vocabulary logs (from Module 1; one per student)
  • Working to Become Effective Learners Anchor Chart (begun in Module 1)
  • Discussion Norms Anchor Chart (begun in Module 1)
  • Model presentation (one to display)
  • Effective Presentation anchor chart (new; co-created with students during Work Time A)
  • Effective Presentation Anchor Chart (example, for teacher reference)
  • Presentation Planning Graphic Organizer (one per student)
  • Close Reading Note-catcher: “Jim Abbott” (from Lesson 1; one per student)
  • Research Note-catcher (completed in Lessons 2 and 3; one per student)
  • Opinion essay (completed in Unit 2, Lesson 15; one per student)
  • Factor for Success anchor charts (begun in Unit 1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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