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Running head: Lesson Plan Reading ComprehensionEDLC 554Alex Crawford10/12/2022Lesson Plan: Reading ComprehensionEDLC 554Professor Cynthia HopperPage 1 of 3
Running head: Lesson Plan Reading ComprehensionEDLC 554LESSONPLANTEMPLATE(EDTPA – STUDENTTEACHING)This is the only approved template for EDUC 554, no other template will be accepted. All sections shouldbe clearly addressed with specific details in the instructional sections. Be clear and concise with what youare teaching. Maximum page length per lesson plan is 4 pages.LESSON #Subject/Topic:Main Idea/ReadingComprehensionGrade Level:5thGradeLesson Structure or Grouping:Whole ClassSmall Group1:1Other (specify):Click or tap here to enter text.Learning Segment Theme:Comprehension / Understanding Main Idea ofFiction and Non-Fiction passagesResources and Materials:Grade 5 Main Idea Worksheet Non-Fiction WorksheetGrade 5 Main Idea Worksheet Fiction WorksheetMain Idea Guided NotesStandards:State:Virginia5.5, The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of fictional texts, narrativenonfiction, and poetry. 5.6 The student will read and demonstrate comprehension of nonfiction textsNational:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.3.2/4.2/5.2Objective:Students will be able to identify and state the main idea and supporting details of fiction and non-fiction texts when given on-grade-level passages.ACADEMIC LANGUAGE DEMANDSLanguage Demands:AllStudents will need to have on grade-level vocabulary understanding, aswell as initial (slightly below grade level) or basic (on grade level) reading comprehension skills.

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