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MSED Literacy ActivityInstructional Practices for Beginning Literacy LearnersJennifer EberhardtMaster of Science in Education, Walden UniversityCindee EastonREAD 6706: Literacy Development, Pre-K-3August 15th, 2021Walden University Richard W. Riley College of Education and LeadershipPage 1
MSED Literacy ActivityThe Template will expand as you write on it. Teacher: Jennifer Eberhardt Date: August 10th, 2021Age/Grade Range; Developmental Level(s): Grade 2Anticipated Lesson Duration: 40 minsMSED Literacy ActivityLearning Objectives: (“I can” statements)I can answer questions to show I know important details in a story.I can retell stories.I can identify illustrations that support the story.I can use root/base words to figure out new wordsCurricular Focus, Theme, or Subject Area: Language Arts: Vocabulary and ComprehensionReading and WritingCommon Core State Standards or other State/District Standards:General Outcome 2: Students will listen, speak, read, write, view, and represent to comprehend and respond personally and critically to oral, print, and other media texts.2.1 Use Strategies and Cues-use knowledge of how oral and written language is used in a variety of contexts to construct and confirm meaning-use knowledge of the organizational structures of print and stories, such as book covers,titles, pictures, and typical beginnings, to construct and confirm meaning-use knowledge of oral language to predict words when reading stories and poems-apply a variety of strategies, such as asking questions, making predictions, recognizing relationships among story elements, and drawing conclusions-identify the main idea or topic and supporting details of simple narrative and expository texts-preview book covers and titles; look for familiar words, phrases, and story patterns to assist with constructing and confirming meaning-use predictable phrases and sentence patterns, and attend to capital letters, periods, question marks and exclamation marks to read accurately, fluently and with comprehension during oral and silent reading.Walden University Richard W. Riley College of Education and LeadershipPage 2
MSED Literacy Activity2.2 Respond to Texts-respond to mood established in a variety of oral, print, and other media texts-express thoughts or feelings related to the events and characters in oral, print, and other media texts-identify and use words and sentences that have particular emotional effects-identify words in oral, print, and other media texts that create clear pictures or impressions of sounds and sights(Alberta Education, 2000). Preassessment (including cognitive and noncognitive measures):Cognitive: Oral Reading Assessment (Reutzel & Cooter, 2016).Non-Cognitive: The Writing Attitude Survey (Kear, Coffman, McKenna & Ambrosio, 2000).

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