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Name: Bridget PruittDate : 2/2/16Lesson # 1. Subject and Grade Level:Reading, Second Grade2. Topic:Phonics Long Vowel Sounds3.STANDARDSA.Virginia Standard of Learning:Reading: R.2.5. The student will use phonetic strategies when reading and spelling. R.2.5.B. The student will use knowledge of short, long, and r-controlled vowel patterns to decodeand spell words.B.National Standard of Learning:(AL SOL) Reading:R.2.2. Reading phonetically regular and irregular two-syllable words.R.3.6. Using correct spelling, including spelling of sight words, spelling of unfamiliar words using phonetic strategies, and checking spelling with a dictionary.4.TCA (Teacher Candidate Assessment) Competencies:a.TEACHING COMPETENCIES: (Found on TCA pp. 1-2)1. ( TCA 1.1 ) General and professional knowledge: Teacher candidate demonstrates adequate general and professional knowledge.2. ( TCA 1.11) Content knowledge: Teacher candidate demonstrates adequate knowledge of content in the endorsement area.3. ( TCA 1.12) Candidate’s impact on K-12 student learning: Teacher candidate provides multiple evidences of student learning at the grade level and content appropriate to the endorsement.4. ( TCA 1.2) Communication: Teacher candidate integrates sufficient skills in speaking, writing, reading, and listening for effective classroom.5. ( TCA 1.4) Curriculum: Teach candidate applies sufficient knowledge of content areas and curriculum goals to design appropriate instruction.b.CONTENT COMPETENCY: (Found on TCA pp. 3-4)1.( TCA.1) Teacher demonstrates competence in the use of English language arts.2.(TCA.2) Teacher knows, understands, and uses concepts from reading, language and child development to teach reading, writing, speaking, viewing, listening, and thinking skills to elementary students.5.Standards: Common Core: CCSS. Reading. 1.3 Students will know and apply grade-level phonics andword analysis skills in decoding words.1.3.C. Students will decode regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels.6.Objective:Students will develop phonemic awareness skills. Students will recognize common short and long vowel sound-spellings. Students will recognize consonant sound-spellings.7.Diversity: Two students with autistic – will use modifications through optimal communication patterns as well as Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). There are also two students with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) – modify daily instructional plan with pictures and objects to assist the students to increase their reading and English vocabulary.