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Running Head: PICTURE BOOK WALK LESSON PLANPicture Book Walk Lesson PlanCourtney Hunter-QuevedoGrand Canyon University: SPED-580Anita RobertsonJanuary 15, 2020
Running Head: PICTURE BOOK WALK LESSON PLANPicture Book Walk Lesson PlanSpecial educators have the important task of creating and implementing lesson plansthat effectively differentiate instruction, meet student needs, and are aligned to appropriatestate standards. Planning effective language arts lessons includes accommodating all students,incorporating interesting materials, and meeting standards and student IEP objectives. It isessential to model pre-reading, during reading, and after reading metacognitive strategies andto incorporate cross-curricular content areas in reading and language arts lessons. This lesson isa cross-curricular lesson that incorporates picture walk and meets the specific needs of thestudents.Class ProfileStudents are performing one or two grades below grade levels in Reading and Math. Thestudents are in the resource room under the category of mild-moderate disabilities. Arturo’sdisability only affects Reading, where the rest of the group’s disabilities affect both Reading andMath. The group IEP Identification range from ASD, OHI with ADHD, Emotional Disturbance, andvisual impairment.Section 1: Lesson PreparationTeacher CandidateName:Courtney Hunter-QuevedoGrade Level:1stGradeDate:January 14th, 2020Unit/Subject:ReadingPicture Walk Lesson PlanInstructional Plan Title:A Ticket Around the WorldLesson Summary andFocus:Students focus on pre-reading activities and strategies such as discussion,brainstorming, The 5 W (who, what, when, how, where), rhyming games,skimming, and predicting/previewing.Students focus on during-reading strategies and activities such as ask and
Running Head: PICTURE BOOK WALK LESSON PLANanswer questions, stop and model, make connections with the student,make an inference, draw and write conclusions, and self-monitor.Students focus on vocabulary development such as listening, speaking,reading, and understanding.Classroom and StudentFactors/Grouping:Classroom factors 6 students, 1 teacher, 1 paraprofessional.Student Factors: IEPs, 504, ELL, behavior concerns, mixed ages.RSP classroom: Students are performing one or two grades below gradelevels in Reading and Math.National/StateLearning Standards:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.1.1Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.1.4Ask and answer questions to help determine or clarify the meaning ofwords and phrases in a text.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.1.6Distinguish between information provided by pictures or otherillustrations and information provided by the words in a text.CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.1.7Use the illustrations and details in a text to describe its key ideas.