Jana Cantos if You Give a Day 2

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    N EVADA S TATE C OLLEGE  TEACHER   PREPARATION   PROGRAM LESSON   PLAN   FORMAT   Description of Classroom: ã   Special Education Kindergarten ã   11 students ã   4 Girls ã   7 boys ã   Ages 5-6 Background: ã   This is day two of a 3 week thematic unit based on the series of “If You Give a” books by Laura Numeroff. ã   Students will use their prior knowledge of true and false as it pertains to them to make connections to the lesson. ã   Students will use their prior knowledge of number recognition to learn to write the numbers “2” and “3”.   Content Objective(s): ã   Students will be able to differentiate between true and false statements with 80% accuracy. ã   Students will be able to write the number “2” and “3” with 90% accuracy. Language Objective(s): ã   Students will discuss the story from the day before. ã   Students will write the true and false answers on record sheet. ã   Student will listen to the teacher read the cards. Nevada Standards: ã   CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.1 With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text. ã   CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.2 With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details. ã   CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.K.2 Confirm understanding of a text read aloud or information  presented orally or through other media by asking and answering questions about key details and requesting clarification if something is not understood. ã   CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.K.3 Ask and answer questions in order to seek help, get information, or clarify something that is not understood. ã   CCSS.Math.Content.K.CC.A.3 Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects). Key Vocabulary: Mouse – small rodent. Cookie - A small, usually flat and crisp cake made from sweetened dough.  Milk - A whitish liquid that comes from a cow.  Straw – A long cylinder used to drink with.  Napkin - A piece of cloth or paper used at table to wipe the lips and fingers.  Mirror - Something that reflects or gives a true picture of something else. Tape - A narrow strip of plastic used to stick things together. Scissors – Metal tool used to cut paper.  Mop – Long stick with yarn on the end used to clean the floor. Refrigerator – Large box used to keep food cool.  Crayon – Small waxy stick used to color with.  Bucket - A pail or container used for holding liquids or solids.  Broom – Long Stick with straw on the end used to move dirt into a pile.  Book – Pages with writing on them bound together. Can – A metal container.   Best Practices: (put an X next to those that you address in your lesson) Preparation Scaffolding Grouping Options Adaptation of content   Modeling   Whole Class   Links to background   Guided practice   Small groups   Links to past learning   Independent practice   Partners   Strategies incorporated   Verbal scaffolds   Independent   Procedural scaffolds   Integration of Processes Application Assessment Listening   Hands-on   Individual   Speaking Authentic (Meaningful)   Group   Reading   Linked to objectives   Written   Writing   Promotes engagement   Oral   Teaching Strategies: Modeling, Guided questioning, Discussion, Shared reading, connection to background, cooperative learning   Warm Up Activity: ã   Teacher will ask students to help recall what the story was about form the day before. ã   Teacher and students will discuss what happened in the story. ã   Teacher and students will read the story created by the students from the day before of    “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” to confirm what the students remembered. ã   Teacher will ask the students if they know the difference between true and false. Lesson Sequence: ã   Teacher and students will discuss true and false statements in the students’ lives. ã   Teacher will ask students to make statements about themselves and the other students will try to determine if the statement is true or false. ã   Teacher will read 16 cards containing story elements. ã   Teacher will ask the students to decide if they are true or false. ã   Teacher will have students place them under the correct heading card in the pocket chart by choosing sticks to call on students. ã   Students will write the answers on the recording sheet. ã   Teacher will model the numbers “2” and “3” for students. ã   Students will copy as teacher writes the numbers in the air. ã   Students will complete worksheets for writing numbers “2” and “3”. Accommodations: ã   Students that are struggling can be partnered up with another student that has a firm grasp on the material we are covering. ã   Students are grouped based upon their current ability levels. Groups change often depending on the content being taught. ã   Teacher will work one on one if needed.    Supplementary Materials: ã   “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” story written on the SMARTboard form the day before.   ã   16 Story elements cards   ã    Numbers “2” and “3” worksheets ã   Sticks labeled with each of the students names Review/Assessment: ã   Students will be informally assessed based upon their comprehension of true and false statements during discussion. ã   Students will be formally assessed based upon their record worksheet and numbers “2” and “3” worksheets. Reflection: Form: 005 JDC 4/22/08  A mouse is little .  Milk can be white.A refrigerator iscold.You can look in amirror.

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