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Running head:Oral Language Development Lesson PlanOral Language Development Lesson PlanNicole FlavellGrand Canyon University: SPD: 560Professor: Dr. Stamper Week 2September 16, 20201
Oral Language Development Lesson PlanSection 1: Lesson PreparationTeacher Candidate Name:Nicole FlavellGrade Level:KindergartenDate:September 16, 2020Unit/Subject:Literature/ Main Ideas and DetailsInstructional Plan Title:Main details in a text/story Lesson Summary and Focus:In a small group consisting of four students, we will read out loud the book “The Garden” from Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel. As we read, wewill be focusing on the important details of the story.After reading the story the students will summarize the story and identify main aspects in the story. Classroom and Student Factors/Grouping:The four students all have an oral language development below grade level, only one is able to uses phonics and morphology to decode words, and three of the students reading lexile and grade performance levels are below grade level, while one is above. Half of the students are below grade level and the other half are at grade level when it comes to their written expression level. Lastly, three of the students need support with their social, pragmatic, and communication skills. National/State Learning Standards:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.1: With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text (Common Core State Standards Initiative, n.d.).CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.3: With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story (Common Core State Standards Initiative, n.d.). Specific Learning Target(s)/Objectives:At the end of the story the student will be able to describe the main points of “The Garden” from Frog and Toad, with the teachers’ support and prompts [RL.K.3]. At the end of the story the students will be able to come up with an original question and be able to answer one question about a main detail in the story “The Garden” from Frog and Toad with the teachers’ support and prompts [RL.K.1] (Common Core State Standards Initiative, n.d.).Academic Language●Main Idea●Author●Main Details●Questions2
Oral Language Development Lesson Plan●AnswersPrior to the lesson and reading the story the students need to be taught andunderstand these content-specific vocabulary words. I will do this by asking the students if they know what these words mean, reviewing them and providing examples of the meanings. In addition, prior to the lesson and reading the story the students will be given an activity sheet in which they will read two sentences and circle the one that is the main idea of thegiven picture. While reading the story to the students I will give content clues that correspond with the vocabulary words. Additionally, the students will be given a graphic organizer worksheet to fill out as we go through the story together.