1. Focus and Review
The lesson intends to establish mysteries in Pretty little liars novel by Sara Shepard.
Pretty little Liars by Sara Shepard is a novel that revolves around the lives of five teenage girls. The teenage girls are Aria, Emily, Spencer, Hanna, and Alison. The teenage girls have been best friends since the third grade, they are always together, and they think that nobody can ever get between them. Alison is the ringleader of the group, and the other girls have a habit of confiding their secrets in her. During one sleepover, Alison disappears, and her body is found buried. The other four girls publicly mourn the death of their friend, but on the inside, they are happy that their secrets are now safe and no one will ever find out about them. With time, the four girls grow apart. Three years after the disappearance of Alison, the girls start receiving mysterious messages from a sender known as A. The mysterious messages contain details about past and present secrets of the four girls. Courtesy of the mysterious messages, the four girls regroup in a quest to find out who is behind the messages and how they can go about handling the issue. Apparently, all the four girls have dirty secrets to hide. Spencer admires her sisters boyfriend. Aria has fantasies about her English teacher. Emily has a crush on the new girl at her school and Hanna uses some dirty secrets and tricks to stay beautiful.
Questions start lingering on who A actually is. The girls start questioning themselves about what happened to Alison. The four girls then resolve that they will do their best to find out what happened to Alison. The four girls are afraid that if they do not establish the identity of A, all their dirty secrets will be brought out to the public.
2. Statement of Objective
Pretty little Liars by Sara Shepard is a novel full of mysteries. It is not certain who A is. It is not certain whose body was killed and buried as Alison. It is important to unravel the mysteries so as to have a clear and better understanding of the novel.
3. Teacher Input
As a teacher, I will define mystery vocabulary words. I will then introduce the novels. I will go ahead to review the novel so that the client may have a clear understanding of events in the novel.
4. Guided Practice
The students will be guided in finding out mysteries in the Pretty little liars novel. Students will be guided on how to go about finding events that are difficult to explain in the novel will be identified.
5. Independent Practice
The students will be asked to go about on their own, finding out mysteries in the Pretty little liars novel. Students will have to find out on their own about events that are difficult to explain in the novel.
6. Assessment Methods of all objectives/skills: The students will be asked to reveal the mysteries that they have identified in the novel.
In closure, all mysterious events associated with the Pretty little liars novel will be identified and discussed. From one perspective, the students will be guided on how to go about identifying mysteries in the novel. From another perspective, students will go about finding mysteries in the novel on their own.
8. Assessment Results of all objectives/skills:
The students will be asked questions that will be used to ascertain if they have identified mysteries in the novel. Who killed Alison? Why was I Alison killed? Is Alison dead? Who is A? If A is Alison, who was killed and buried? Why are the four girls afraid of A? What threat does A pose to the four girls? If Alison is alive, where has she been hiding for all these years?
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