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Rodwell Journalism

Lesson Plans
May 10-14, 2021

Journalism


Monday, May 10

Framework: W.5.JI.6

Objective: Identify news elements (e.g., conflict, consequence, human interest, prominence, proximity,
timeliness)

Activities: Bell Work. NY Times Upfront. Read “Do Animals Have Legal Rights” article and complete worksheets (“Up Close” and “Analyze the Article”).

Resources: NY Times Upfront on Google Classroom 

 

Tuesday, May 11

Framework: W.5.JI.6

Objective: Identify news elements (e.g., conflict, consequence, human interest, prominence, proximity,
timeliness)

Activities: Bell Work. NY Times Upfront. Read “Do Animals Have Legal Rights” article and complete worksheets (“Up Close” and “Analyze the Article”).

Resources: NY Times Upfront on Google Classroom

 

Wednesday, May 12

Framework: W.5.JI.6

Objective: Identify news elements (e.g., conflict, consequence, human interest, prominence, proximity,
timeliness)

Activities: Bell Work. NY Times Upfront. Read “Turned Away” article and complete worksheets (“Test Your Knowledge” and “Graph”).

Resources: NY Times Upfront on Google Classroom 

 

Thursday, May 13

Framework: W.5.JI.6

Objective: Identify news elements (e.g., conflict, consequence, human interest, prominence, proximity,
timeliness)

Activities: Bell Work. NY Times Upfront. Read “Turned Away” article and complete worksheets (“Test Your Knowledge” and “Graph”).

Resources: NY Times Upfront on Google Classroom


 

Friday, May 14

Framework: W.5.JI.6

Objective: Identify news elements (e.g., conflict, consequence, human interest, prominence, proximity,
timeliness)

Activities: Bell Work. NY Times Upfront. Current Events Friday. Read “The Volunteers” article and complete worksheet (“Test Your Knowledge”).

Resources: NY Times Upfront on Google Classroom 

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