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Reading Lesson Plan Author of lesson : Lasha’ Brown Subject: Reading Topic or Unit of Study: Reading/Vocabulary Development Grade level: Kindergarten Lesson Duration: 4 45- minute class periods Goal: The goal of this lesson is for students to learn to identify words that name persons, places, or things and words that name actions through the use of familiar literature and journaling. Objectives: 1. The student will be able to identify familiar words from prior knowledge. 2. The student will be able to identify new words from the classroom literature. 3. The student will be able to identify words not known from classroom teaching. Related TEKS: 1. K-8 (C) identify words that name persons, places, or things and words that name actions (K-1); 2. K-15 (C) write to record ideas and reflections (K-3); Assessment/Rubrics: I will take notes as I walk around the room on whether the students understand both the journaling and the words learned in and out of class. I will also make
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comments in the children’s journals and during class I will have each student tell me why he or she thinks the words they find fit into the category taught. Reflective Procedures: 1. Motivation: I will tell the students that I will give them a new journal for this project.
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