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need to be. Some things I may change are the small groups that I use now are base don different skill levels, I may do more close reading groups with similar skill levels than I do now so that they are being challenged more often than they are. I see this as moving from scaffolding to challenging. I at times over use my above average learners to help thelower level learners and thought it is not hurting them it is not helping them to grow.Appendix A
Instructional Plan TemplateCandidate’s Name: Mrs. MasseSetting/Grade Level: 4thSubject(s): ELA School: VCSDate: 6/15/2016Theme/Title: Enhancing Literacy Instruction with Close Reading 1. PLANNING L EARNING O UTCOMES /G OALS What will students learn? To comprehend messages within the text without direct meaning link vocabulary and phrases to develop an understanding of the relation between the text and these words through tone, attitude etc. Pulling meanings, inferences and evidence out of text through the bigger picture 1. PLANNING L EARNING O BJECTIVES What will students do? Use data when possible and ensure objectives are measurable. Cognitive- The students will be able to understand hidden meaning behind the text and be able to recall information with deeper meaning Comprehension- The students will identify vocabulary and phrases specific to the deeper meaning of the text Application- The students will predict or infer about animals and what they may be thinking and what may happen given a different tone or attitude toward the animals 1. PLANNING B LOOM S R EVISED T AXONOMY Which level(s) of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy is targeted? Remembering x Understanding x Applying x Analyzing x Evaluating Creating 1. PLANNING S TANDARDS A DDRESSED Which national content standards does this lesson address? RI.5.1-2 which are identifying direct meaning or inferences, and analyzing key ideas and details. Also working on RI.5.4 which is determining the meaning of
important words and phrases that are relevant to text Which state content standards does this lesson address? RI.5.1-2 which are identifying direct meaning or inferences, and analyzing key ideas and details. Also working on RI.5.4 which is determining the meaning of important words and phrases that are relevant to text 1. PLANNING R EAL W ORLD C ONTEXTS What real-world contexts are included in the lesson? If not included, please explain why real- world contexts are not appropriate for this lesson. Students will do research prior to reading the text that has to come from local areas such as the museum, local zoos or first hand experiences from someone who can talk about similar situations as the text they are going to read. This will help them form a better understanding of what they think this text is going to be about just by knowing the title.

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