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Katherine Batti EDUC 430 Lesson Plan 2 Name of Lesson: Comma Time! Grade Level: 3 Subject: Language Arts Prepared By: Kat Batti Reading/LA Standards: 1.6 Use commas in dates, locations, and addresses and for items in a series. ELD Stnadard: EA9. Edit writing to check the basic mechanics of writing (e.g., punctuation, capitalization, and spelling). Language Demands: Key Vocabulary: comma series Objectives: Students practice recognizing commas in a series by correctly placing commas in vari- ous sentences with series. Materials Needed: poster board with comma-less sentences from their text sticky note commas
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white board, eraser, and pens Procedure : (anticipatory set, model, check for understanding, guided practice, closure) Good morning everybody! So we’ve been talking about animals in the city, correct? Now can you give me the name of one wild animal in the city? It can be your favorite animal or just any animal at all. Think of one in your head because I’m going to go around in a circle and get an animal from everyone.
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