BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT2Section 1: Lesson PreparationTeacher Candidate Name:Tammy BurnettGrade Level:KindergartenDate:September 21, 2020Unit/Subject:All About Pumpkins ELA and MathInstructional Plan Title:All About PumpkinsLesson Summary and Focus:Students will be learning about pumpkins andwhat makes a pumpkin. I will incorporatecounting of pumpkins and reading aboutpumpkins.Classroom and Student Factors/Grouping:For my students who are on an IEP or arebelow grade level for math and ELA I willhave different assignments for them to do.These assignments will have them tracing thenames of the parts and tracing the mathportion of the worksheets when countingpumpkins.ELL- 4 studentsLearning Disabled- 5 studentsELA – 9 below grade levelMath- 6 below grade levelNational/State Learning Standards:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.1.DRecognize and name all upper and lowercaselettersCCSS.ELA.LITERACY.RF.K.2.BCount, pronounce, blend, and segmentsyllables in spoken words.CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.RF.K.3.ADemonstrate basic knowledge of one-to oneletter-sound correspondences by producingthe primary sound or many of the most
BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT3frequent sounds for each consonant.CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.RF.K.1.AFollow words left to right, top to bottom, andpage to page.CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.RF.K.2.ARecognize and produce rhyming words.CCSS.ELA.LITERACY.L.K.5.ASort objects into categories to gain a sense ofthe concepts the categories representCCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.A.3Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent anumber of objects with a written numeral.CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.B.4Understand the relationship between numberand quantitiesCCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K..CC.A.2Understand the sequencing of numbersCCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.CC.B.5Count to answer “how many?” questionsabout as many as 20 things. Give a numberfrom 1-20 and then count out that manyobjects.Specific Learning Target(s)/Objectives:Students will be able to count and write thenumber represented.Students will be able to arrange objects fromlargest to smallest.Students will be able to label the parts of apumpkin.Academic LanguageI will introduce a pumpkin and it parts with aslideshow. I will ask students if they knowwhat the parts are before telling them. I willuse the following terms when explaining thelife cycle of a pumpkin: first, second, third,fourth, fifth, and last.We will fill out an anchor chart of the lifecycle of pumpkin for reference.Resources, Materials, Equipment, andTechnology:Slideshow on pumpkinsPumpkin mini bookPumpkin number bookParts of a pumpkinPumpkinSmallest to largest worksheetMorning work worksheetCrayonsPencils
BENCHMARK ASSESSMENT4Section 2: Instructional PlanningAnticipatory SetWhole Group LearningI will have pumpkins of all shapes andsizes around the room.