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Lesson Plan for Webpage Analyze Learners - Kindergarten/first grade. In order to serve all students there will be multiple different links on the webpage. Also, it would be necessary to use a computer lab to ensure that each child has a computer to use during the lesson. State Objective - They will be learning about English/Language Arts in the area of writing friendly letters. These will include date, salutation, body, closing, and a signature. Utilization Plan - Through finding different web pages online and creating one spot for all the information, help, or answers to questions the children will be able to write friendly
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Unformatted text preview: letters using the 5 main points in one. Evaluate Instruction- How to evaluate— give each child a due date for a final draft of a friendly letter after multiple opportunities for writing workshops and rough drafts. How to evaluate instruction—if the children mostly do well, then the website was a success. If the children do poorly, then it is clear that more work and/or instruction would be needed. Revise if Necessary- The children might need more vocal and direct instructions from the teacher rather than just all online help....
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