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Lesson_Plan_Contributors

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Lesson Plan Contributors

 

Grade Level
Lesson Title/Contributor(s)
Kindergarten
 Lesson Title: Winter Discovery
 Created and Submitted by: Annette Abdallah 
1st Grade

Lesson Title: Can You Make Something Out of Nothing?

Created and Submitted by: Ana Gloria

 

Lesson Title: From Egg to Butterfly!

Created and Submitted by: Christina Ibarra

 

Lesson Title: Making Predictions with Tops & Bottoms

Created and Submitted by: Celeste Munoa and April Moncivais

 

Lesson Title: Using Context Clues to Make Sense of Text
Created and Submitted by: Selina Perez

 

Lesson Title: Sequencing: What Comes Next?
Created and Submitted by: Yadira Garcia

 
2nd Grade

Lesson Title: Whose Lucky Day Was It?

Created and Submitted by: Judi Moreillon

 

Lesson Title: How the Moon Changes Its Shape?
Created and Submitted by: Celina Elizondo

 
3rd Grade

Lesson Title: Our Neighborhood
Created and Submitted by: Laura Contreras

 

Lesson Title: Paul Bunyan: A Tall Tale Full of Hyperbole and Similes

Created and Submitted by: Yvette Hernandez

 
4th Grade

Lesson TitleLearning about Genre
Created and Submitted by: Yahnira L. Emig

 

Lesson Title: Virtual Book Club Focused on Characterization
Created and Submitted by: Griselda Mascorro, Michelle Martinez, and Alejandra Garza

 

Lesson TitleFinding the “Real” Cinderella 
Created and Submitted by: Esmeralda C. Rodriguez and Veronica Ramos
 

5th Grade

Lesson Title: Using Sensory Language Imagery to Infer Themes in Poetry 

Created and Submitted by: Ruth Nicole Hall

 

Lesson Title: The Best School Year Ever: Understanding Character

Created and Submitted by: Angelica Salinas

 

Lesson Title: Blog Response to Literature
Created and Submitted by: Analine Johnson (Librarian) and Eddika Castañeda (5th-grade Lead Reading Teacher)

 

Lesson Title: You Went Where? – Teacher College Signs: A Microsoft Publisher Project
Created and Submitted by: Monica Puig

 

Lesson Title: Book Talks
Created and Submitted by: Leticia B. Sanchez, Maria T. Garza, and Josie Vaughn
 

 

Lesson Title: I Hope You Learned Your Lesson (Extension: Storyboarding/Claymation Project)
Created and Submitted by: Bernardino Vargas

 

Lesson Title: Who Is It? Learning about Biography
Created and Submitted by: Ofilia Kirby

 

Lesson Title: Share What You’re Reading
Created and Submitted by: Patricia Peña

 

Lesson Title: World War II and the Holocaust
Created and Submitted by: Jackie L. Ramos, School Librarian and Ms. Roberta Ramos, 5th Grade Teacher

 

6th Grade

Lesson Title: Wonder Project: Vocabulary Poster
Created and Submitted by: Amy Gomez, Librarian, and Stephanie Santos, 6th-grade Reading Teacher

 
7th Grade

Lesson Title: Drawing Inferences Using Visual Literacy

Created and Submitted by: Susi Grissom, Ruth Nicole Hall, and Judi Moreillon

 

Lesson Title: Multimedia Book Report

Created and Submitted by: Julie L. Sorum

 

Lesson Title: Exploring the Holocaust/Peace through Word Choice and Word Clouds 

Created and Submitted by: Selika Salinas and Evelina Villarreal

 

Lesson Title: Wonder Project (Part 2) - Writing Expository Text
Created and Submitted by: Laura G. Ortiz (School Librarian) and Maria Ramon-Vichareli (7th-grade Reading Teacher)

 

Lesson Title: Making Inferences from a Mystery Book
Created and Submitted by: Loida Korrody (Librarian) and Leticia Peña (Classroom Teacher)

 

Lesson Title: Wonder Project (Part 1) (Character Analysis)
Created and Submitted by: Maureen Valls, Library Media Specialist, and Carol Lara, 7th-grade ELA Teacher

 
8th Grade

Lesson Title: The Impact of Historical Elements on Themes in Literature

Created and Submitted by: Anita Costilla (Librarian) and Juanita Deliganis (ELA-Reading Classroom Teacher)

 

Lesson Title: The Outsiders Then and Now: Multimedia Project

Created and Submitted by: Jo Ann Lopez (Librarian) and Rosalinda Gutierrez (Reading Teacher)

 

Lesson Title: Character Analysis in Wonder
Created and Submitted by: Lillian Garcia (Librarian) and Cindy De La Cruz (8th-grade Reading Teacher)

 

Lesson Title: Compare and Contrast One Story by Two Different Authors
Created and Submitted by: Irma B. Montemayor

 

Lesson Title: Civil War Museum
Created and Submitted by: Mari Salinas (Librarian) and Albert Guajardo (8th-grade Social Studies Teacher)

 
9th Grade
Lesson Title: Urban Legends and Folktales
Created and Submitted by: Leticia Moncivais in collaboration with AR, English Language Arts Teacher
 
10th Grade

Lesson Title: Reading with Purpose: Freaks Like Us Study Guide
Created and Submitted by: Raquel Ramón, Librarian 

 

11th Grade

Lesson Title: March On!

Created and Submitted by: Carmen A. Escamilla

 

Lesson Title: Should Some Websites Be Banned at School?

Created and Submitted by: Judi Moreillon

 

Lesson Title: Tolerance and Intolerance in Miller’s The Crucible and Vaught’s Freaks Like Us
Created and Submitted by: Nidia S. Rodriguez (School Librarian) and Susana Laurel (ELA Teacher)

 
12th Grade

Lesson Title: Recipe for Writing in Various Modes

Created and Submitted by: Griselda Gonzalez (Librarian) and Betty Tijerina (ELA Teacher)

 

 

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last updated 20 June 2014 

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