ECE 335 Ashford University Week 3 Literacy Lesson Plan Development Template

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Week 3 Lesson Plan Assignment

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This assignment builds on the literacy lesson plan that incorporates a piece of children’s literature that you started in Week 1. Use instructor feedback to modify the Weeks 1 and 2 sections and then add what you learned in the Week 3 interactive: differentiation, independent practice, check for understanding, and closing. Create your own ideas rather than using the exact ideas presented in the learning activity.

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In this assignment

  • Include the contents from Week 1: standard, goal, lesson.
  • Include the contents from Week 2: materials, introduction, lesson procedures, guided practice.
  • Determine ways you will differentiate for three types of learners.
  • Explain the independent practice in 5 to 15 steps.
  • Develop two specific ways you will check for student understanding.
  • Describe the closing in 5 to 15 steps.
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Note: Once you receive feedback for this assignment, modify these portions in your next lesson plan assignment.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

Coats, K. (2013). Children’s literature & the developing reader. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/ this is the book we are using for some reference.

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Lesson Plan – Margo Guillory Content Area or Developmental Focus: Literacy Age/Grade of Children: Preschoolers Length of Lesson: 30-45 minutes Goal Recognizes that letters are grouped to form words-to sound out ‘at’ words. (This must be something that can be taught in one lesson.) Objective (By the end of this lesson, students will be able to….) Standard By the end of the lesson, students will be able to change the beginning letter and blend the sounds of “at” words. Preschool Standard: Strand 2 Concept 1 Concepts of Print Indicator and Example C Recognizes that letters are grouped to form words. Don’t forget the book you will be using! 1."The Cat in The Hat." (book) 2. Pointer. 3.Whiteboard marker. 4.Printable phonics. 5.Illustration charts. Introduction 1.Familiarizing with students and topic. (Outline the introduction 2.Asking student’s view on the introduced topic. in 5-15 steps.) 3.Illustrating about the topic in pictures drawn in charts. 4.Connecting the topic to a story to show the importance. 5.Using real objects like phonics to practically apply the lessons learnt Materials (List 5-15 materials needed to carry out the lesson.) Lesson Development: Lesson Procedures (Describe the lesson procedure in 5-15 steps.) Remember to use the book you wrote about in the first assignment this week. 1.Letters. 2.Sounds. 3.Blending of sounds. 4.Formation of words and changing the first word letters. 5.Repeating the above steps to enhance student’s understandability. Lesson Development: Guided Practice(Describe the 1.Identification and grouping letters. 2.Pronouncing sounds. 3.Bending sounds together. Developed by Kristina Bodamer and Jennifer Zaur, Full-Time Faculty, College of Education, ECE/CD Department Updated 2-21-19 guided practice in 5-15 steps.) 4. Forming and reading words. 5. Reading words without blending sounds. Developed by Kristina Bodamer and Jennifer Zaur, Full-Time Faculty, College of Education, ECE/CD Department Updated 2-21-19 Lesson Plan – Your Name Here Content Area or Developmental Focus: Literacy Age/Grade of Children: Put the age here that matches the standard you are choosing. Length of Lesson: 30-45 minutes Goal You completed this in week 1. Based on instructor feedback, make (This must be something modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. that can be taught in one lesson.) Objective (By the end of this lesson, students will be able to….) Standard You completed this in week 1. Based on instructor feedback, make modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. Materials (List 5-15 materials needed to carry out the lesson.) You completed this in week 2. Based on instructor feedback, make modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. You completed this in week 1. Based on instructor feedback, make modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. Introduction You completed this in week 2. Based on instructor feedback, make (Outline the introduction modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. in 5-15 steps.) Lesson Development: You completed this in week 2. Based on instructor feedback, make Lesson Procedures modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. (Describe the lesson procedure in 5-15 steps.) Developed by Kristina Bodamer and Jennifer Zaur, Full-Time Faculty, College of Education, ECE/CD Department Updated 2-21-19 Lesson Development: Guided Practice (Describe the guided practice in 5-15 steps.) You completed this in week 2. Based on instructor feedback, make modifications, paste it here, and delete these instructions. Differentiation (Identify ways you will differentiate for at least three types of learners.) Assessment Independent Practice (Describe the independent practice in 5-15 steps.) 1. 2. 3. Assessment Check for Understanding (Provide 2 specific ways you will check for understanding.) 1. 2. Closing (Describe the closing in 5-15 steps.) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Developed by Kristina Bodamer and Jennifer Zaur, Full-Time Faculty, College of Education, ECE/CD Department Updated 2-21-19
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Lesson Plan – Margo Guillory
Content Area or Developmental Focus: Literacy
Age/Grade of Children: Put the age here that matches the standard you are choosing.
Length of Lesson: 30-45 minutes
Goal
The goal is to show learners that words are grouped to form words- to sound
(This must be something out ‘at’ words.
that can be taught in one
lesson.)

Objective
(By the end of this
lesson, students will be
able to….)
Standard

By the end of the lesson, students will be able to;
1. Change the beginning letter and blend the sounds of “at” words.
2. Give examples of the words that have “at” sounds.
3. Answer questions regarding the topic.
Preschool Standard:
Strand 2 Concept 1 Concepts of P...


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