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GCU College of Education Modifying Lesson Plan Oral Language Development or Phonemic Awareness Lesson Plan Courtney Hunter-Quevedo Grand Canyon University- SPED-560 Dr. Nicole Letchworth August 14, 2019
GCU College of Education Modifying Lesson Plan Section 1: Lesson Preparation Teacher Candidate Name: Courtney Hunter-Quevedo Grand Canyon University- SPED-560 Dr. Nicole Letchworth Grade Level: 2 nd grade Date: August 14, 2019 Unit/Subject: English Language Arts Oral Language, Writing, Reading Instructional Plan Title: Short /e/ sounds Lesson Summary and Focus: Students will work on identifying and recognizing the short /e/ vowel sounds in one-syllable works and within sentences. Students will be able to distinguish long and short vowel sounds when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words. Classroom and Student Factors: The student has IEP for reading fluency, reading comprehension, and written expression at the 1 st -grade level. Grouping: Students will start out in groups of 3 for the opening discussion then move to partner groups for direct instruction. After direct instruction students, will move to a small group for further instruction and guided practice. Students will then work in partners to complete independent practice and then regroup as a whole class for closing discussion. National/State Learning Standards: Common Core State Standards: RF.2.3 a. Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelled one-syllable words. Specific Learning Target(s)/Objectives: Objective (Explicit) The student will be able to (SWBAT): decode the vowel sound short /e/ in one-syllable words. to distinguish the short /e/ sound in one-syllable word within a sentence. Sub-objectives SWBAT sound out words phonically SWBAT differentiate between different phonemes SWBAT decode short /e/ sounds in one-syllable works from a list of 10 words by identifying the short /e/ sounds in simple sentences through highlighting, pointing or verbally speaking. Academic Language: Key vocabulary:
GCU College of Education Modifying Lesson Plan (English) Short /e/ sound Long /e/ sound Ben, Ted, let, bed, red, get, tell, then, left, fell, yells, pet, Jen, net, nest, tent, wet, web Modified: bed, red, pen, net, web, nest, den, hen, sled, ten Resources, Materials, Equipment, and Technology: Short /e/ modified vocabulary list with pictures Short /e/ visual models Short /e/ simple sentences Short /e/ paragraph Short /e/ Book Jen in visual and audio text Short /e/ Word Search worksheet with pictures Highlighters iPad/Headphones Agenda: Opening of the lesson- 10 minutes Discussion of vowel sounds Learning and teaching activities- 45 minutes Review long and short e sounds using visual and verbal modeling Review the vocabulary list and ask students to add to it.

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