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Teacher(s): Monica Brock and Vincent Keever Lesson Plan Title: Contraction Action Reading Component: Contractions Date: November 14, 2007 Grade Level: 1 Learning Objectives The students will know and understand both contractions and the words that make them up. 1. The student will do activities together with the teacher to learn about contractions. The activities will include a Create the Contraction worksheet, an interactive poster board and a story telling activity. 2. The student will learn two songs about contractions. The first song will introduce contractions and the second song will explain how to construct them. 3. The student will complete an individual activity titled, “Contraction Caterpillar”, which will require the student to connect the contraction with the words that make them up. 4. As homework, the students will complete a worksheet which will further help them identify and construct a contraction. Sunshine State Standards Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking, & Viewing 1. L.A.A.1.2.3 The student uses knowledge of appropriate grade, age, and developmental level vocabulary and reading. 2. L.A.A.1.4.6 Identify common contractions. 3. L.A.C.1.1 The student uses listening strategies effectively. 4. L.A.C.1.2 The student using viewing strategies effectively. 5. L.A.C.3.1 The student uses speaking strategies effectively. 6. L.A.D.1.1 The student understands the nature of language.
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