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EDR 317 Planning Sheet Name___Mara Kelly and Brianna Donnelly___ Date ___9/11/15_____ Skill Lesson Title: Character Traits and Motivation/ Prediction Grade__2nd_ Methodology Comments/Points Objectives Clearly states specifically what students will do & how they will do it. Easy to understand, and reflects both the teacher’s knowledge of literacy instruction and develop- ment. -The students will be able to  make  accurate predictions  about the book,  Corduroy , in a class discussion -The students will be able to  describe  the characters’ traits and motivations  /3 Formative & Summative Assess- ment Explains how teacher will deter- mine whether objectives are met. What evidence will you have that the objectives were met? What, specifically, are you looking for? -The teacher will listen to the students’ answers during  partner share to see if the students are participating and  see if their predictions are accurate and logical  -Students will be able to make accurate connections with  the characters and their traits and motivations throughout  the story  /3 Standards & Materials Includes appropriate PA Common Core standards and materials to be used (includes website address(es) if used) CC.1.3.2.C: Describe how characters in a story respond to  major events and challenges. CC.1.5.2.A: Participate in collaborative conversations with  peers and adults in small and larger groups. Materials:  The book,  Corduroy /2 Anticipatory Set Activates/builds/organizes/ assesses background knowledge Defines the skill and tells why the skill is useful/important to know Boys and girls we are going to be reading a book today  called Corduroy.
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