LP_Sample_1_554 - Goode 554 Lesson Plan SAMPLE EDUC 554 SAMPLE Lesson Plan Phonics[plan will be returned with no credit if any section is blank Teacher

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Goode 554 Lesson Plan SAMPLE EDUC 554 SAMPLE Lesson Plan Phonics [plan will be returned with no credit if any section is blank] Teacher Candidate : Juanita B. Goode Course : EDUC 554 LESSON PLANNING [before the lesson] Topic : Phonics Specific Strategy : Vowel patterns (silent e) Subject and Grade Level : Reading, First Grade Standards: State [Virginia SOL or reading standard of your state] English 1.6 The student will apply phonetic principles to read and spell. Standards: National [IRA/NCTE]: Standard 3. Students apply a wide range of strategies to comprehend, interpret, evaluate, and appreciate texts. Standards: Liberty TCA Standards: 1.6 Teacher candidate enhances success of all learners, providing for: diverse backgrounds (race, SES, gender, ethnicity, language) Liberty TCA – Part 2 Content: 2.1 Teacher candidate demonstrates a high level of competence in the English language arts and knows, understands, and uses concepts from reading, language, and child development, to help students successfully apply their developing skills to many different situations, materials and ideas in reading. Standards: Common Core CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.1.3c Know final -e and common vowel team conventions for representing long vowel sounds. Primary Objective : [Objective must match Summative Assessment below.] Given ten pairs of words with cvc/vce patterns (cap/cape) the student will mark the vowels correctly in 18 of 20 words. Diversity : [Describe student diversity and related aspects of lesson] Three Hispanic students with LEP (Limited English Proficiency) – use of objects and pictures will assist them to increase English vocabulary. Differentiation: Auditory: Students will listen to the pronunciation of the final –e words and listen to these words in a story. Visual: Students will see the final -e words on the board and observe the difference between words with and without the final –e (cap, cape). A word wall will also be displayed for these students. Tactile: These students will work with magnetic letters to form final –e words. They will also write the words on a white board.
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