WK3AssgnWashingtonB.docx - Instructional Plan and reflection Britney Washington Walden University EDUC 6705 Reading Literacy Today Cindee Easton Master

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Instructional Plan and reflectionBritney WashingtonWalden UniversitySeptember 28, 2019EDUC 6705: Reading & Literacy TodayCindee EastonMaster of Science in Education© Laureate Education, Inc. 1
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Instructional Plan Template You will demonstrate pedagogical content knowledge by developing an instructional plan that addresses the content knowledge of your specialization with the appropriate pedagogical strategies to build learners’ comprehension of the knowledge and skills of the selected state and national standards. This plan should not only demonstrate pedagogical content knowledge of your specialization, but it should also include the integration of technology, the use of collecting/analyzing data, and consideration of diverse populations in the given class for which it is designed. Community and school resources and collaboration with parents, community leaders, and other professionals should be included where appropriate.Additional support materials are available to you in the MSED Documents folder under Course Home.© Laureate Education, Inc. 2
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Instructional Plan TemplateCandidate’s Name: Britney Washington Setting/Grade Level: Kindergarten Subject(s): Writing School: Knight Elementary School Date: September 28, 2019 Theme/Title: Structured Writing & High Frequency word lesson 1.PLANNINGSTANDARDSADDRESSEDList the standards by including the state, number of the standard(s), and a descriptionof the standard(s).Which international, national, or state, or content standards does thislesson address?ELAGSEKRF4a: Read common high-frequency words by sight. (e.g., the, of,to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does) (GaDOE, 2015).ELAGSEKL2: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard Englishcapitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. d. Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of sound-letterrelationships (GaDOE, 2015).Other (ISTE, Professional Standards associated with your specialization). See RWR College of Education and Leadership Dispositions, MSED Program and Professional Educator Success, Technology Proficiencies, and Diversity Proficiencies in the MSED Documents folder under Course Home. 1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOUTCOMES/SMARTGOALSWhat will students learn?The SMART goals information is located in the MSED Documents folderunder Course Home. Review the document with Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs.At the end of this lesson, students will be able to apply their knowledge of the new high frequency word “can” by creating new sentences using “can”. The students will now use this new acquired word for reading and writing in the future. 1.PLANNINGLEARNINGOBJECTIVES(ATLEASTTWO)What will students do? All objectives Support for creating Learning Objectives is located in the MSED Documents folder under Course Home. Review the document with Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs.
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