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1INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIESInstructional Strategy ChartGrand Canyon University: ELM-555PApril 22, 2020
2INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIESInstructional Strategies ChartPart 1:Instructional Strategies ChartEnglish Language ArtsYou have used the correct template this week.Here is a link of instructional strategies for yourunderstanding.%20List%20July%202015.pdf“English LanguageArts (Reading)Standard:”Fourth Grade Common Core Standard:CCSS.ELA-Literacy.CCRA.R.1“Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logicalinferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking tosupport conclusions drawn from the text”“LearningObjective(s):”Students will be able to use graphic organizers to separate details, identifykey details, and use the details to support their thoughts and conclusionsdrawn from the text. Students will also be able to order the list of eventsbased on importance and sequence. They will be able to predict theoutcome of the story as well.Instructional Strategies“Anticipatory Set: Howyou will createengagement in thelearning activity”Activity:An engagement learning activity will be to create an anchor chart. Thesecharts keep students accountable and helps them make connectionsbetween details and characters. This is a great way to encourage self-assessment and self-monitoring while reading a text. This activity will needthe students to answer the following anchor chart questions as they goalong:1. What is occurring in the story?2. What’s going on with the characters?3. Can you make a prediction of what will happen next?4.What is the climax?5. Were the problems solved and how?
3INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIESThere will be reading sessions and breaks to understand the certain passage.Students will then be able to fill in their answers at the end of each session.They can then share their answers with the class which encouragesinclusion and engagement (We Are Teachers, 2019).“Teacher-CenteredApproach: DirectInstruction (Modeling)”Activity:Good activities her. I am glad that you have several activities hereThe teacher is the leader and is the one who models the lesson..Teachers choose the story to be read in the class and introduces italoud to the entire class.The teacher does most of roles with little participation from the students.The teacher will be reading aloud to the students. The teacher will modela certain activity by putting the activity on the projector if needed, wherethe students will follow along.The teacher will go over main details from the text, supply information,and make conclusions about the story.The teacher relies on the use of the textbook, the vocabulary wordsgiven, and the focus questions provided.

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