Reading and Literacy Lesson Plans project

Dec 9th, 2014
Anonymous
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Price: $25 USD

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. Create a standards-based reading comprehension or vocabulary lesson plan for third- or fourth-grade general education students. Please be sure to include all of the following. Attached is the lesson plan template that I am required to use. Lesson Plan Template.rtf

1. Identify one reading comprehension or vocabulary strategy to be used in the lesson plan.

2. Identify general information for the lesson plan, including each of the following elements:

• lesson topic

• grade

• student grouping

• seating arrangement

3. Identify one lesson standard and one measurable objective (i.e., condition, behavior, and criterion).

4. Identify lesson materials for students or resources for the teacher necessary for the lesson plan.

5. Describe prerequisite skills or connections to previous learning necessary for students to be able to participate in and benefit from the lesson plan.

6. Explain lesson presentation procedures for each of the following points:

• new information/teacher modeling

• guided practice

• independent practice

• culmination

7. Explain differentiated lesson instruction accommodations for the following subgroups:

a. English language learners (ELL)

b. Another subgroup of your choice (e.g., hearing impaired, learning disabled, physically disabled, gifted/accelerated learners, below grade-level readers)

8. Explain the lesson’s assessment.
 

Note: A copy of the assessment may be submitted, or it may be explained. The assessment may be formal or informal, formative, or summative.


Note: Parts B through B8 should relate to the same single lesson plan, not multiple lesson plans.
 

B. Create a standards-based early reading lesson plan for first- or second-grade general education students.

1. Identify one of the following early reading skills to be covered in the lesson:

• phonological/phonemic awareness

• word recognition

• phonics

• concepts of print

• oral reading fluency

2. Identify general information for the lesson plan, including each of the following elements:

• lesson topic

• grade

• student grouping

• seating arrangement

3. Identify one lesson standard and one measurable objective (i.e., condition, behavior, and criterion).

4. Identify lesson materials for students or resources for the teacher necessary for the lesson plan.

5. Describe prerequisite skills or connections to previous learning necessary for students to be able to participate in and benefit from the lesson plan.

6. Explain lesson presentation procedures for each of the following points:

• new information/teacher modeling

• guided practice

• independent practice

• culmination

7. Explain differentiated lesson instruction accommodations for the following subgroups:

a. English language learners (ELL)

b. Another subgroup of your choice (e.g., hearing impaired, learning disabled, physically disabled, gifted/accelerated learners, below grade-level readers)

8. Explain the lesson’s assessment.
 

Note: A copy of the assessment may be submitted, or it may be explained. The assessment may be formal or informal, formative, or summative.
 

C. When you use sources, include all in-text citations and references in APA format


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