The Direct Instruction lesson will be very similar to a college lecture, in which the students take a backseat role and watch the teacher model the behavior and kinds of approaches that will be required of them in later lessons. For this reason, only one day should be allotted for that lesson. The next lesson is Concept Attainment, which focuses on defining a concept and exploring all of the attributes that exist within. The teacher will play a heavy role in this, but will rely on more student-led peer work towards the end of the lesson. The following lesson will continue on with the same story, but will charge the students with creating their own presentations in a Jigsaw format to appease a Cooperative Learning lesson format. The last story of the work will be compromised of two lessons styles, Multimedia Inquiry and Vocabulary Acquisition. Multimedia Inquiry’s purpose is to pose the students with a singular question that the students elaborate on and will relate to the entire story as a whole through technology. The choice to make Vocabulary Acquisition as the final lesson of the week is because it can be seen as the culminating lesson for Edgar Allan Poe Week. Students will be charged with the fairly basic task of analyzing the vocabulary words within the story and then will be evaluated, letting them leave the classroom feeling free of a future evaluation the following week.