ENG 224 Lesson Plan Template, Fall 2019 This template is a modified copy of the UMF lesson plan template. Context & Learners: Provides a clear overview of the teaching context—program, course, unit theme, lesson day/topic/length, room configuration-—and learners. Unit theme and lesson topic are suitable for teaching context and learners. Name: Kai Strine Program/School: English as a Second Language; W. Generic Elementary School Course: Novice Low English Language Arts Unit Theme: Questions and Syntax in a unit on color. Questions are used to reinforce vocabulary. The day before would be basic structure and how to identify a question, and attaching interrogatives to the word wall. Lesson Day & Topic: Day 2 - Scaffolded Questions - Who, What, Where Lesson Length: 60 min. Learners (level, grade, age): Novice elementary; Kindergarten/5-7 years old Room Configuration: Desks arranged in half-circle towards board, students scoot chairs around for group activity. Learning Objectives & Content Standards or Skills Alignment : Defines clear, suitable learning objectives for the unit and lesson. Objectives align with standards (option A) or skills (option B). Learning Objectives Unit: ● Theme: I can describe colors easily on my own. ● ACTFL: I can request and provide information by asking and answering practiced and some original questions on familiar and everyday topics, using simple sentences most of the time. Lesson: ● I can restate and answer basic questions using who, what, and where. ● ACTFL: I can provide information by answering a few simple questions on very familiar topics, using practiced or memorized words and phrases, with the help of gestures or visuals. Instructional Decisions / Reasoning I’m using Bloom’s Taxonomy of Language Learning here. Remembering and understanding are far below application, so students will work to remember and continue to work with what they know until it’s cemented in. Vocabulary will also be scaffolded, so that they’ll learn more words as they go. Content Standard(s) or Skills Unit : 2. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
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