ELA Teacher COE Lesson Plan And Rationale

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Imagine you are a resource ELA teacher for fifth graders. Your resource class consists of nine students who are reading 2-3 grade levels below their peers.

Review Appendix B of the Common Core Standards and select a fifth grade exemplar informational text.

Create a lesson plan using the COE lesson plan template that incorporates assistive technology, the fifth grade exemplar informational text, and a Common Core Standard on Reading: Informational Text.

Along with your completed lesson plan, submit a 250-500-word rationale supporting your instructional choices.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

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Robyn1994
School: UC Berkeley

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GCU College of Education

LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
Section 1: Lesson Preparation
Teacher Candidate
Name:

Jana Smith

Grade Level:
5th
Date:

02/05/2019

Unit/Subject:

ELA

Instructional Plan
Title:

Collaborative Questioning

Lesson Summary and
Focus:

Students will read the informational text and generate questions based on
the Costa’s levels of questioning in order to help them in understanding
the text and enhance their critical thinking skills when reading. This
activity will also deepen their understanding of the text and enable them
to quote materials from the text as per the National/State Learning
standards.

Classroom and
Student
Factors/Grouping:

Students will work individually to generate text related questions
Students will pair in groups of two to answer the questions and answer
them too

National/State
Learning Standards:

CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RI.5.1
Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly
and when drawing inferences from the text.

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LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
Specific Learning
Target(s)/Objectives:

Students will be able to generate and respond to questions related to the
given text to clarify, provide additional information, or give comments
that add to the discussion and connect to other students’ remarks.
Students will also evaluate other students’ key ideas and provide their
individual understanding in regards to the discussion.
Students will be able to collaboratively work with peers to analyze and
critically evaluate given text.

Academic Language
English

Resources, Materials,
Equipment, and
Technology:







Informational text: Berger, Melvin. Discovering Mars: The
Amazing Story of the Red Planet.
“Critical Thinking: Levels of Questioning” worksheet
Kurzweil 3000
Pencil
Charts containing mountain and volcano diagrams

Section 2: Instructional Planning

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Goes above and beyond expectations !

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