Lesson Plan 9-17
Apache Junction Unified School District
Formal Lesson Plan Format
Class/Subject: Social Studies
Teacher: Jason Miller
Cite several pieces of textual evidence to support analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the text
Blooms / DOK Level:
Evaluation, Comprehension, Analysis
Can you describe current events in the news, and explain what makes them relevant? What is explicit and implicit textual evidence? How can textual evidence support my analysis?
Congruent to Objective
Discuss the difference between explicit and implicit (slideshow)
Ask students for examples.
(Include Instructional Strategies)
A. Direct instruction + class discussion(s) on current events.
B. Define explicit and implicit textual evidence. Show examples. Show slideshow: “Explicit vs. Implicit” http://www.slideshare.net/mlewis19/implicit-and-explicit-messages
Show examples of explicit & implicit (pics & text). https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vuTuVQKmHbcD8c5L5XV7sKWpCpK2wIYWl6y-4l9_rC8/edit
“We do together”
Students Read: “Right Decisions, Right Now. Right?”
“You do together”
Students, in partners, discuss and identify explicit and implicit evidence from the text when answering the following critical-thinking question:
“Why would RJ Reynolds Tobacco Co. and other tobacco companies distribute anti-tobacco materials to schools?” Explicit + Implicit examples.
Right Decisions outline/pics:
Real vs. Fake ads:
Checking for Understanding
Ask random students (approx 5) to share their examples.
“You do alone”
Students are asked to look for examples over the weekend of implied and explicit pictures or text to describe or show to the class.
Throughout entire lesson
ALL the students
ALL the time
All students watch the news(Overt). All students actively participate in discussions (Overt); All students read assigned text (Overt); All students analyze text for explicit & implicit evidence (Covert). All students will share their examples to the class (Overt).
Congruent to objective
Teacher will ask random students to clarify the difference between explicit and implicit evidence. (approximately 5)
*Students summarize the lesson.
Individual students share their explicit and implicit evidence examples from the text to the class.
implicit vs. explicit slideshow: http://www.slideshare.net/mlewis19/implicit-and-explicit-messages:
Examples from ads:
California University Press article:
Real vs. Fake ads: