HVG3-EN-2021 Theme 3 - lesson 6 - instruction

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This lesson contains 14 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

time-iconLesson duration is: 30 min

Items in this lesson

Slide 1 - Slide

How do you feel about the vocab test?

Slide 2 - Mind map

Have you read all the stories so far?
YES, I am completely on schedule
Almost, I just need to catch up on 1 story
Not really, I still have to read 2 stories
No, I have only read 1 or 2 story this theme
I have not read any of the stories yet

Slide 3 - Poll

What are we learning this week?
- you can summarize the most important parts of a story;
- you can determine what you still need to practice;
- can analyze your progress by using the learning goals;
- can compare characters, setting, and theme from the different stories;
- can rephrase short paragraphs in your own words.

Slide 4 - Slide

What to expect today
* instruction + example "how to write a good summary"
* practice writing a summary
* How to use the rubric 

Slide 5 - Slide

* Read & understand 
* Most important info
* Your own words
* Who, what, when, where, how, why
* Beginning, middle, end

Slide 6 - Slide

Lord of the rings
Frodo, a hobbit, is tasked to take a powerful magical ring into the heart of Mordor to prevent a great evil from taking over Middle Earth. He is helped by a wizard, dwarfs, elves, and other hobbits. On the way to Mordor, he and his friends have to survive and resist the temptations of the ring. After several challenging situations, the ring is destroyed. 

Slide 7 - Slide

Who: Frodo, a hobbit
What: He has to destroy a powerful magical ring
When: unknown
Where: Mordor, Middle Earth
How: with other characters, it's dangerous and challenging
Why: If the ring falls in the wrong hands, evil will rule Middle Earth

Slide 8 - Slide

Write a short summary of a film you have seen recently. Use at least 5 sentences. (7 minutes)

Slide 9 - Open question

How to use the rubric
Your amount of points is your grade. The rubric can be used as a checklist for your homework writing assignments! 

Structure & content: ___/2
• The length of the text is according to the requirements and paragraphs are used. (1)
• All elements of the assignment are present. (1)

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How to use the rubric
Spelling/Punctuation ___/1
• The text contains few spelling errors. (0,5)
• Punctuation is applied correctly. (0,5)

Slide 11 - Slide

How to use the rubric
Literature __________/3
learning goals:
- describe situations in the book(s) in your own words;
- you can rewrite parts of a story (from a different point of view);
- compare setting, characters, plotdiagram and theme from different stories.

Slide 12 - Slide

How to use the rubric
Language: ___/4
• Vocabulary: you can express yourself in this written assignment (1)
• Grammar: basic elements such as wordorder, tenses and adjectives/adverbs are mostly correct. (3)

Slide 13 - Slide

What do you need to focus on most?
Reading and understanding the story/stories
Applying the theory to the stories (characters, setting etc)
Understanding how a review works
Vocabulary and using the right words

Slide 14 - Poll