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Motivating and Engaging Lesson PlanMotivating and Engaging Lesson PlanMelissa BockenstedtWalden UniversityCindee Easton, M.ED.Reading and Literacy Today (READ - 6705O - 5)November 28, 20161
Motivating and Engaging Lesson PlanInstructional Plan TemplateCandidate’s Name: Melissa BockenstedtSetting/Grade Level: 5thGrade Gen. Ed. Subject(s): ReadingSchool: Drexler Middle/Intermediate School Date: 11/28/2016Theme/Title: Main Idea1.PLANNINGSTANDARDSADDRESSEDIA. RI 5.2 Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details; summarize a text (Literacy, n.d.)CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.2 Determine two or more main ideas of a textand explain how they are supported by key details; summarize the text (English Language Arts Standards, n.d.).International Literacy Association (ILA) standards- Element 2.1 Candidates use foundational knowledge to design or implement an integrated, comprehensive, and balanced curriculum (Standard, 2016). Technology Proficiency 1 (Walden, 2010): Design of Learning Experiences and the Environment: Candidates design learning experiences and foster learning environments that integrate various technologies. a. The candidate demonstrates how to evaluate technology and media resources for quality, accuracy, and effectiveness to support the processes of content and skill development. 1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOUTCOMES/SMARTGOALS1.Students will use main idea(s) and details to comprehend text.2. Students will be able to use details to infer main ideas.3.Students will identify main idea.4. Students will write a summary based off main idea and supportingdetails. 2
Motivating and Engaging Lesson Plan1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOBJECTIVES(ATLEASTTWO)1.Students will highlight, after identifying, three or more key words in a paragraph to support the main idea.2.Students will describe the meanings of main idea, explicit main idea, inferred main idea, and details. 3.After reading a nonfiction text, 80% of students will accurately decide whether the main idea is explicitly stated or inferred using information and details from the text.4.Given a set of four or more details, students will interpret a main idea.5. Given a main idea statement, students will be able to compose three or more supporting detail statements. 6. Student will design a main idea bag along that includes the main idea and three or more supporting details using a rubric. 7.80% of students will compose a summary paragraph containing a main idea statement and supporting details after reading a short nonfiction passage.8.Students will evaluate the main idea bag of a peer group.1.PLANNINGBLOOM’SREVISEDTAXONOMY☐Remembering/Knowledge (Identify)☐Understanding/Comprehension (Describe)☐Applying/Application (Interpret) ☐Analyzing/Analysis (Produce)☐Creating/Synthesis (Design)☐Evaluation (Evaluate)3
Motivating and Engaging Lesson Plan1.PLANNINGCOLLABORATIONA colleague reaffirmed that the teaching main idea fit with the scope of skills that a fifth grader needs to comprehend a nonfiction text. I, also, collaborated with an Instructional Coach to improve my lesson plan. She