Devil Walks in New England



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PLN Before-During-After

Lesson Plan



Teacher: Skrypeck

Block: 4th Block A Day- Devil Walks in New England




Grade: Various




Date: Tuesday 5/1/12


Students will engage in:

Other:
OBJECTIVE: SWBAT connect ghost stories with Harriett Beecher Stowe’s “The Ghost in the Mill”.
GE'S: Standard 1.2 Reading Accuracy, Standard 1.3 Reading Comprehension, Standard 5.13

Responding to Text
BEFORE: (Language-Based and Meaning-Centered)


the semester to complete their short story. It will be turned in as their final.
DURING: (Meaning-Centered, Human, and Language-based)


  • Go to the library to get lap tops open Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “The Ghost in the Mill”

http://www.americanliterature.com/Stowe/SS/TheGhostintheMill.html



AFTER: (Meaning-Centered and Language-based)

Ticket out: How does this piece of fiction from the mid 1800’s compare to the ghost stories we

Read from today? Is it better, worse? Do you get anything from it? Please explain.


ASSESSMENT: Ticket Out,
HOMEWORK:
TEACHER REFLECTIONS: For next class students will read “The Ghost in the Mill” by Harriet Beecher Stowe (iPads). Need to create short story components

Name: __________________________________________ Date: _______________________


How does this piece of fiction, “The Ghost in the Mill” by Harriet Beecher Stowe, written in

the mid 1800’s compare to the ghost stories we read from today? Is it better, worse? Do you get



anything from it? Please explain.
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