RDG%20383_Meghan_Morrill - Meghan Morrill March 19, 2008...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Meghan Morrill 03/19/08 RDG 383 Literacy Lessons for Beginning Readers: Pets Vocabulary: 1. locate 2. rescue 3. scent 4. discovered 5. suddenly 6. alert 7. worse 8. travel 9.pet 10. search 11. commands 12.search 13. rescue 14. Locate 15. scent Word Wall: Pets -OG Words: Dog, Hog, Fog -ST Words: Fast, Cast, Last, Frost, Cost -_R Words: Frog, Crack, Brush, Crush, Print -AT Words: Cat, Sat, Mat, Bat -SH Words: Shark, Shadow, Slush, Rush -EA_ Words: Seal, Meal, Heal, Deal CVC Words -I_E Words: Like, Bike, Ride, Hide, Side -A_E Words: Make, Bake, Made, Pale, Rake Day 1: I. Rationale: In this lesson the student will learn how to recognize new words so that they can read and decode. They will make predictions while reading, connect important ideas, and link their reading to previous experiences and knowledge. They will learn how to identify genres of reading by reading different kids of books such as fiction and non-fiction. They will check understanding by re-reading texts and use the information they read to form questions about the text and verify their predictions. They will also identify important themes throughout the readings and learn to summarize the content. These skills and concepts are important for them to learn because as readers they need to be able to decode words they are no familiar with or do not understand. They also need to be able to identify themes and recurring events in texts as well as be able to summarize and make predictions and verifications of texts. This will aid them in being a better student as well as a great reader. In this lesson they will be completing a range of activities to make sure they gain the skills listed in the learning standards. These activities will be beneficial because they will give the child hands-on practice with these skills and help them to fully understand how to be a good student and a better reader. These activities are best practice because they are the most efficient (least amount of effort) and effective (best results) way of accomplishing a task. The students will leave knowing how to decode foreign words, identify themes, make predictions and make verifications. II. Illinois Learning Standards: STATE GOAL 1: Read with understanding and fluency. 1.A.1a Apply word analysis skills (e.g., phonics, word patterns) to recognize
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Sheet1 Page 2 new words. 1.B.1a Establish purposes for reading, make predictions, connect important ideas, and link text to previous experiences and knowledge. 1.B.1b Identify genres (forms and purposes) of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and electronic literary forms. 1.B.1c Continuously check and clarify for understanding (e.g., reread, read ahead, use visual and context clues, ask questions, retell, use meaningful substitutions). 1.C.1a Use information to form questions and verify predictions.
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