All Summer in a Day Lesson Plan
Are you wanting to bring Ray Bradbury's “All Summer in a Day” alive for your students? Go beyond just recognizing the elements of story and really delve into the meaning of the story — and how it's relevant to students today. This unit contains everything you need to guide students through reading the story, responding to daily essential questions, planning and writing a culminating essay the encourages students to take a stand and back it up with information from the short story, non-fiction texts, video, and poetry.
Short Story in a Week Resources
Whether it's the weekend before Labor Day or the last week of school, All Summer in a Day is an excellent resource for engaging students in reading, writing, and conversations around why bullying happens and what they can do about it.
The unit includes a complete set of slides for each day, including a writing prompt, think/pair/share activity, comprehension questions, and closing discussion prompts.
Your week has already been planned for you! Includes Prep-On-Your-Plan task list, daily writing prompt for bell work, anticipatory discussion topics, activity notes for each day, and recommendations for closure.
Video Graphic Organizer
Students pay much more attention during a video when they're listening for information. Check for understanding and provide a participation grade! Can lead to classroom discussions, too!
Final Project Rubrics
You've already done the hard part. Students use the rubric as a checklist to make sure they have all the pieces of their project. You simply provide feedback on the hard work they've already done.
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