This Grade 9 ELA Module 3, Unit 2, Lesson 11 lesson plan also includes:
Asking questions often leads to more questions. Ninth graders formulate claims based on the synthesis and analysis of each of their inquiry paths in a research lesson based on Temple Grandin's Animals in Translation. A graphic organizer prompts them to write a claim at the top of the page, followed by numerous examples of supporting evidence and references. For essays with two points, learners fill in the appropriate sources and references for each of their points.
- Refer to the blue instructional tips to guide classroom implementation, and to enhance or differentiate the lesson
- Choose which handout would be the most effective for the members of your class if you don't want them to fill out both
- Lesson is based on the work from the previous ten lessons in the unit, as well as the previous unit in the module
- Find all necessary worksheets in the attached module overview, the unit overview, or in the previous lesson plans, which are listed on pages 3 and 4
- Graphic organizers are versatile for multiple assignments
- Encourages close examination and application of research sources