Oral Language Development Lesson Plan - 1 The Thirteen...

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1The Thirteen Clocks Lesson PlanVictoria PetersonGrand Canyon University: SPD-56020 February 2019
2The Thirteen Clocks Lesson PlanTeacherCandidate:Grade Level:Date:Unit/Subject:Instructional Plan TitleVictoria Peterson3rdGrade2/20/19English Language ArtsThe Thirteen ClocksI.PLANNINGLessonsummary andfocus:Chapter one ofThe Thirteen Clockswill be read by student. Oral language and writtendevelopment through a read-aloud and the tapping method to assist in sounding out unknownwords is the main focus of this lesson. After completion of chapter one, students will answercomprehension questions that go along with the text.Classroom andstudent factors:Four students in grade three (3) make up the classroom. Two students are on Tier 2 RTI for readingas well as performing below grade level in oral language development, reading and writtenexpression. The second pair of students are non-English Language learners perform at grade levelfor reading and written expression.National / StateLearningStandards:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.3.1Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referringexplicitly to the text as the basis for the answers.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.3.4Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text,distinguishing literal from nonliteral language.Specific learning target(s) / objectives:The enhancement of reading abilities through thetapping method and proper spelling will be achievedas well as the ability to answer questions in relation tothe text.Teaching notes:This lesson is an extension from a previous EnglishLanguage Arts lesson.Modifications to lesson are acceptable if necessaryAgenda:Introduction should take five (5) minutes: Individualcopies ofThe Thirteen Clocksare passed out tostudents along with a worksheet containing questionsand vocabulary words that will be completed later inthe lesson.Activity should take fifteen (15) minutes: Studentswill break up into pairs to read the first chapter ofTheThirteen Clocks.

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