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GCU College of Education LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE03/2014Teacher Candidate:Grade Level:Date:Unit/Subject:Instructional Plan TitleElvini GodfreyGrades k-3 January 19, 2020ElaHighlighting reading and writingI. PLANNINGLesson summary and focus:This lesson incorporates everyday reading material into a fun creative writing activity. Students will learn new vocabulary and incorporate it into an original story.Classroom and student factors:None givrnNational / StateLearning Standards:Identify the relevant grade level standard(s), including the strand, cluster, and standard(s) by number andits text.Specific learning target(s) / objectives:Students will be able to incorporate familiar and unfamiliar words into writing.Teaching notes:This will help with reading and writingAgenda:Teacher will introduce vocab and explain what it means. Students will write a story Formative assessment:Students will be asked to write a storyAcademic Language:Key vocabulary: Familiar Unamilar Function: To help the students when writingForm: This will help the studentsunderstand that when theycome to words they do notknow they should take noteof it.Instructional Materials, Equipment andTechnology:Newspapers Magazines Highlighters Pencils Lined paper DictionaryGrouping:This is a small group activity II. INSTRUCTIONPage 1of 5
A. OpeningPrior knowledge connection:Anticipatory set:B. Learning and Teaching Activities (Teaching and Guided Practice):I DoStudents DoDifferentiationTake a newspaper and scan through it. Look for words that are familiar to you, and highlight them as you read. Once you have five words highlighted,look at the paper again for words that are "unfamiliar" to you (words that seem like they'd be unfamiliar to your students). Highlight five of them as you see them. Use the dictionary to look up the unfamiliar words. Write down the unfamiliar words and their definition on lined paper. Tell students that they'll be repeating what you did, but they'll also choose one unfamiliar and three familiar words to start writing anew story. .-Tell why people read magazines and newspapers-Understand the difference between familiar and unfamiliar Students can work in pairs to find words and help each other look them up in the dictionary. Once they have their familiar and unfamiliar words ready, they should work independently on their story.gIve example of familiar and unfamiliar things with students who may not get it. For studentswho excel ask them to write down 5 familiar things and 5 unfamiliar words.III. ASSESSMENTSummative Assessment:Observe students as they work. Collect students' stories once they're done writing. Review the stories later to assess student understanding of the lesson content.

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