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First Grade Lesson Plan

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Liluma Bayanzay

on 19 January 2013

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ELL 500 Team B Instructional Strategies SDAIE Methods Liluma Bayanzay
Natalie Bickley
Monica Cannady Grade: 1st
Topic: sentence Structure specifically: Capitalization & Punctuation
Lesson Activity: Unscramble game Metacognitive- thinking and questioning

Cognitive- hands-on manipulation

Social Affective - working in pairs

Rehearsal Strategy- visual aid for learning "how to"

Verbal scaffolding- repeating and paraphrasing

Procedural scaffolding- such as modeling Review content & language objectives
Meaningful Hands-on activity provided
Model the activity
Emphasize key vocabulary words
Slow speech and long pauses
Pictures, visual aids, graphic organizers Assessment Adaptation Lesson Plan Presentation Overview of Our
Lesson Activity Students may begin by receiving a vocabulary handout, and the score cards.
The students may play in pairs.
When the capital letter is called out loud, the student will circle the corresponding picture, and repeat the letter out loud.
The students who cover five pictures in a row are the winning team. How to play: 13 Presidents and 12 months worksheet Vocabulary Score card By: Natalie Bickley Lesson for Language Reinforcement
&Background Building
Animal Bingo Score Card 12 Months, 13 Presidents Easy approach to the tasks
Product: Hands- on manipulation of sentence structure using puzzles, games, and organizers
Participation- Repeating each sentence and working in pairs.
Support provided by repetition- vocabulary consistently reviewed and applied
HOTS-verbal scaffolding
Time adjusted for completing tasks Applicable California State Standards California Common Core State Standards: Reading Standard: Foundation Skills- 1st Grade.
1. Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
a. Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g., first word, capitalization, ending punctuation).
California Common Core State Standards: Language Standard- 1st Grade
2. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing

a. Capitalize dates and names of people.
b. Use end punctuation for sentences. Applicable ELD Standard English Language Development

Section II; Part 1: Interacting in Meaningful Ways
Emerging #10 Writing

Section II; Part II: Learning About How English Works
Emerging #1 Understanding Text Structure Student Activities Actively listening to the English language
working together
using hands-on manipulative
write their own sentences to apply what they learned
learning styles: visually, orally, and bodily-kinesthetic participation Unscramble Activity Capital Letter Bingo References California’s Common Core State Standards. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.scoe.net/castandards/agenda/2010/ela_ccs_recommendations.pdf

California Department of Education. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.cde.ca.gov/sp/el/er/documents/sbeeldstdg1bw.pdf

Echevarría, J., Volt, M. E., and Short, D. J. (2008). Making content comprehensible for english learners: the siop model (3rd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson/Ally & Bacon. Summary of Lesson Outcomes Students will begin to recognize sentence structure in print.
Students will gain confidence from learning more about the English language visually and orally.
students will have fun while learning in a safe learning. The End Building Background for Punctuation P p H h C c C c D d D d H h P p R r T t K k C c G g B b E e Z z C c B b G g C c T t F f L l K k S s Descriptive Pattern Organizer Abraham Lincoln Birth Date: February 12,
1809 Month: Title: President of the United States Location: City, State Hodgenville,
Kentucky Birth Place: "A" "L" "F" " P " Proper Name: Abraham Last Name: Lincoln " L " "H" " K" Capital letter worksheet Day 1

(Part 1)-Liluma
-Introduce anticipatory set:
RULE: First word in sentence must be capital.
-Continue with explicit direct introduction

(Part 2)- Natalie
Engage students with a capitalization
Bingo game

Day 2: Tuesday
Natalie will review capital letters, and sentences containing capital letters.
Natalie will review the Bingo game using presidents and months of the year.
Liluma will introduce punctuation. (on the board)
Day 3: Wednesday
Liluma will introduce the second rule of punctuation.
Monica will read along with the audio book, Biscuit finds a friend.
(checking for understanding)
Day 4: Thursday
Monica will review the book by doing a story board. Students draw pictures of the beginning middle and end of the story. They will copy sentences that coincide with the pictures.
Day 5: Friday
Liluma will conduct the scramble that will assesses that the weekly objectives.
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