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Running head: MODIFYING LESSON PLAN1Modifying Lesson PlanAlicia AtkinsGCU: SPD 550 — Instructional and Transitional Planning for Students with Mild to ModerateDisabilitiesAugust 26, 2020
MODIFYING LESSON PLAN2Section 1: Lesson PreparationTeacher CandidateName:Ms. LopeGrade Level:2ndGradeDate:08/26/2020Unit/Subject:English Language Arts (ELA)Instructional PlanTitle:Long and short vowel /e/ soundsLesson Summary andFocus:Students will demonstrate mastery of long and short /e/ sound words.They will identify the long and short /e/ sound when reading a smallparagraph. Students will match the correct long and short /e/ sound words.Classroom andStudentFactors/Grouping:This is a 2ndgrade inclusion classroom comprised of 21 students, ageneral education teacher, special education teacher, and aparaprofessional. Marcus is a student with an IEP for SLD in the areas ofreading comprehension and fluency. Although, if he is read to hiscomprehension is at grade level. According to his IEP, his ELAencompasses comprehension, written expression, and fluency.Incorporating modifications and accommodations will help him meet hisIEP goals.National/StateLearning Standards:Common Core Illinois State Standard: RF.2.3Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words (CCSS, 2010).a.Distinguish long and short vowels when reading regularly spelledone-syllable words(CCSS, 2010).c.Decode regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels(CCSS, 2010).RF.2.4. Read with sufficient accuracy and fluency to supportcomprehension (CCSS, 2010).Specific LearningTarget(s)/Objectives:Objective:“Student will be able to (SWBAT):decode the vowel sound short /e/ in one-syllable words.to distinguish the short /e/ sound in one-syllable word within a sentence(GCU, 2020).”Sub-objectives:SWBAT sound out words phonically (GCU, 2020).SWBAT differentiate between different phonemes (GCU, 2020).
MODIFYING LESSON PLAN3Academic LanguageThis is a set of vocabulary words that produce the long and short vowel/e/ sounds that will be introduced during the lesson. Additionally,literature will be introduced that meet the skill level of Marcus to helpsupport his needs. Marcus will identify these words in his reading andwriting.Resources, Materials,Equipment, andTechnology:Short and long /e/ vocabulary wordsPoem: Hens in a Pen (-phonics-poems/)Book: ‘Sleepy Dog’ by Harriet Ziefert, Level 1 ReaderHighlighters, (orange and yellow)Two short and long /e/ worksheetsVocabulary Picture FlashcardsSmartBoard to view YouTube videos: Short /e/ sound() and Long /e/sound ()Section 2: Instructional PlanningAnticipatory SetI will show two short videos on the SmartBoard to show short and long /e/sounds.

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Term
Summer
Professor
Aaron Deris
Tags
Vowel, International Phonetic Alphabet, Japanese language, Vowel length, Diphthong, vowels

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