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Running head: PHONICS LESSON PLAN #11Phonics Lesson Plan #1Heather P. HamiltonEDUC 554-D02 LUOLiberty University
LESSON PLAN #12LESSON #1Subject/Topic:Language Arts/PhonicsGrade Level:Third GradeLesson Structure or Grouping:Whole Class ☒Small Group ☒1:1 ☐Other (specify): Diverse class of 18 students including 5 Caucasian, 5 African Americans, and 8 Asians. Needs include 2 ELL students, 1 student on the autistic spectrum. 3 students with specific learning disabilities and 1 student with other health impairment (OHI) Learning Segment Theme:“From Telephone to FaceTime”VCesyllable PatternResources and Materials:Benchmark Curriculum- Advancements in Technology Unit 5 [ CITATION Ben18 \l 1033]Scissors and gluePencils, pens, and highlightersBingo cards from TPTBingo place markersGumball machine template and words from TPTSpelling wordsAccess to laptops for online practice gamesUnit 5 Practice Spelling SentencesStandards: State:DoDEA RF.3.3cDecode multisyllable words L.3.2fUse spelling patterns and generalizations (e.g., word families, position-based spellings, syllable patterns, ending rules, meaningful word parts) in writing words. National:Objective:The student will be able to identify and pronounce words that end with a VCesyllable pattern, including multisyllable words.The student will work collaboratively with a partner.
LESSON PLAN #13The student will be able to spell words correctly with the VCepattern correctly.ACADEMIC LANGUAGE DEMANDSLanguage Demands:The student must be able to recognize all 26 upper and lower-case letters from the alphabet, have a concept of letter-sound recognition, differentiate between vowel and consonant, understanding the meaning of beginning, middle, and ending sounds, and possess an understanding of long vowel sounds.Language Supports:The teacher will support student knowledge by assigning partners and assigning groups to help each other find VCemultisyllable words in the passage. Some students might need substantial support with the teacher modeling more in depth. For example, Model: Identifying long vowel patterns VCecan help you read and pronounce words like telephone.