Teach Me A Lesson!


Due Date: November 7, 2008

Standard/Element:

ELA4C1 (a, b, c, g, h):
The student demonstrates understanding and control of the rules of
the English language, realizing that usage involves the appropriate application
of conventions and grammar in both written and spoken formats. The student

ELA4LSV2 (a, b, c, d)
The student listens to and views various forms of text and media in
order to gather and share information, persuade others, and express and understand ideas.
(When delivering or responding to presentations)

Objective:

The goal of the class is to:
a. Recognizes the subject-predicate relationship in sentences.
b. Uses and identifies four basic parts of speech (adjective, noun, verb, adverb).
c. Uses and identifies correct mechanics (end marks, commas for series, capitalization),
correct usage (subject and verb agreement in a simple sentence), and correct sentence
structure (elimination of sentence fragments)
g. Spells most commonly used homophones correctly (there, they’re, their; two, too, to).
h. Varies the sentence structure by kind (declarative, interrogative, imperative,
and exclamatory sentences and functional fragments), order, and complexity
(simple, compound).

Presentation:

Each student will:
1. Shapes information to achieve a particular purpose and to appeal to the interests
and background knowledge of audience members.
2. Uses notes, multimedia, or other memory aids to structure the presentation.
3. Engages the audience with appropriate verbal cues and eye contact.
4. Projects a sense of individuality and personality in selecting and organizing
content and in delivery.

Tasks:
Teach a Lesson- Each child will be assigned a topic that they must teach a lesson to the class
a.        The lesson presentation must be between 5 and 10 minutes
b.        Each lesson must include an examples that the groups present to the class
c.        Each group must assign homework that covers their taught lesson
d.        Each lesson must have a stated goal (See the above Objectives)
e.        Each lesson must follow the guidelines as listed in the rubric

Parts of Speech: (b)- adjectives and nouns
Angel Coleman and Cambridge Jones
Travion Allen and Jer’Kevion Goodloe
Nykeria Alford and Marquez Coleman
Deja Spragling, Destiny Bailey, and Andrea Felix

Parts of Speech: (b)- adverbs and verbs
D’Vonte Bailey, Diamond Russell, and Erica Middlebrooks
Adonnas Cameron and Daviyeh High
Mikayla Storey, Antwuan Major, and Brandon Woods
Colby Colquitt and Jeremiah Mills

Types of sentences: (h)
Jameecia Robinson and Tashana Spates
DreVasz Davis and Keyara Jacobs
Marcus Lee, Tona Perkins, and James Lovelace
Nickogles Crumbley, Zaire Shipman, and Zakiayah White

Subjects and Predicates: (a)
Charisma Alexander and Norman Logan
Nakerria Stills and Mayowa Amosu
Nailah Robert, Randy Beedles and Monica English
David Barber and Monai LeSane

Homophones: (g)
Makayla Nolan, Elijah Turner and Robert Drake
Chacoryaun Prewitt and Siddiq Bills
ReNae Dillard and JaMonica Garder
Donte Murrill and Mahki Fisher

Complete Sentences and Sentence Fragments: (h)
Azalea Patterson and DeQuontavious Martin
Valentino Watson and Duranta Floyd
Jaylen Williams and DeAngela Polain
Raekwon Brown and Shatoria Rivers

Punctuation Marks: (c)
Keayra Stephens and Rodney Smith
Jamie McBride, Rodericka Jackson, and Zariah White
Monica English and Shawntannah Coppock
John Purdie and Cedria Lyons

Extra Credit:

-        Each group will design an activity or game that will be used to teach a lesson to the class.
-        The use of Multimedia Technology- Power Point


A = 25 to 28 points                B = 21 to 24 points                C = 17 to 20 points                
F = 16 points and below