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Tammy BurnetGrand Canyon University ELM-555September 8, 2020Instructional Strategies ChartPart 1: Instructional Strategies ChartEnglish Language ArtsEnglish Language Arts (Reading) Standard:CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.1Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print (Common Core, 2010).Learning Objective(s):The students will be able to identify both upper- and lower-case letters. They will be able to identify the front and back of a book, author, title, illustrator, etc. They will be able to read front to back and left to right. Studentswill be able to point to the different parts of a book. They will be able to write both upper- and lower-case letters and know their names.Instructional StrategiesAnticipatory Set: How you will create engagement in the learning activityActivity: I will start by getting the kids up andsinging the alpha friend's song. This will get the students thinking about knowing their letters and sounds they make.Teacher-Centered Approach: Direct Instruction (Modeling) Activity: I will lead the students in a read aloud. I will point out the parts of the book and model the proper way to read a book. I will ask questions about the book to make sure the students are understanding what the story is about and what they think is going to happen. Student-Centered Approach: Inquiry-based Learning (Guided/whole group practice)Activity: I will have different centers there thestudents can trace the upper- and lower-case letters. I will have another one with guided reading with the teacher or paraeducator. The next station is going to be a make my own story into a book.