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1PICTURE BOOK WALK LESSON PLANPicture Book WalkBrandy LightleGrand Canyon UniversitySPD-58012/02/2020
2PICTURE BOOK WALK LESSON PLANSection 1: Lesson PreparationTeacher CandidateName:Brandy LightleGrade Level:1stDate:12/02/2020Unit/Subject:English Language ArtsInstructional Plan Title:ReadingLesson Summary andFocus:Students will focus on pre-reading activities and strategies such as,discussions, brainstorming, the 5 W’s of who, what, when, how, where.During-reading strategies and activities that involve ask and answerquestions, stop and model.Students will be focusing on vocabulary development such as activelistening, speaking, reading, and comprehension.Classroom and StudentFactors/Grouping:6 students, a teacher and a para-educator.IEPs, 504-plans, ELL, behavior issues, various ages.Students who are at one to two grades below grade levels inReading and Math.National/StateLearning Standards:“RL.1.1 Ask and answer questions about key details in a text.RL.1.2 Analyze literary text development.a. Demonstrate understanding of the lesson.b. Retell stories, including key details.RL.1.7 Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters,setting, or events.RL.1.9 Compare and contrast the adventures and experiences ofcharacters in stories” (ODE, 2017).Specific LearningTarget(s)/Objectives:To be able to apply multiple pre-reading strategies and during-reading strategies using pictures.Will be able to predict complete sentences.Academic LanguagePicturesor paintingsWalk aroundIllustratorPredict what happens nextIllustrations
3PICTURE BOOK WALK LESSON PLANDiscussionBrainstormingThe 5 W’sResources, Materials,Equipment, andTechnology:graphic organizerpencilscrayonscolored pencilscameraSection 2: Instructional PlanningAnticipatory Set