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Transcript of SEQUNCING
Objective of Lesson
• Given the selected text, the student will be able read the book aloud with little or no help in order to demonstrate purposeful reading at grade level.
• Also with this text, the student will be able to use illustrations as contextual clues to decode unfamiliar words in order to demonstrate his or her phonetical awareness.
• Given the story board activity, the student will be able to cut out the story cards and arrange them accurately in order by pasting them on his or her construction paper in order to demonstrate the ability to retell a story.
• Also with this activity, the student will be able to construct sentences that will describe the image on the story card in order to demonstrate the relationship between the illustration and the event taking place in the story.
• Story cards
• Construction paper
3. GUIDED PRACTICE-
The student will read the book,
aloud using previously taught reading strategies to decode unfamiliar words. After reading the text and with prompting, the student will retell the story, identifying the main ideas and recounting the key events.
4. INDEPENDENT PRACTICE-
The student will be given a worksheet of story cards that depict the key events of the story and asked to cut out the cards and paste them in chronological order on the construction paper to demonstrate his or her comprehension of the text and understanding of sequence. Also, sentences will be written as captions to the cards explaining what the illustration depicts.
The student was successful at reading the text at an instructional level and providing an accurate retelling of the events. She also correctly created the story board.
For future use, I would provide paper with specific places to write sentences in order to attend to the precision of grammar and sentence structure.
• CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.1- With prompting and support, ask and answer
questions about key details in a text
• CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.K.3- Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and
writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the
events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened
• CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.2- With prompting and support, retell familiar
stories, including key details
• CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RL.K.7- With prompting and support, describe the
relationship between illustrations and the story in which they appear (e.g., what
moment in a story an illustration depicts).
• CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K.2- Read emergent-reader texts with purpose
- Make use of the "Holiday Hook."
With this lesson taking place on the day before Thanksgiving, these materials were selected to reflect the significant event occurring in our current everyday lives. I will ask the student about her Thanksgiving plans/traditions and what she likes best about the holiday. I will talk about the feast of the First Thanksgiving and the preparation that it required, in particularly the growing of crops which can lead into an introduction of our book about growing pumpkins.
I will explain to the student that we will reading this book to learn about the specific steps and stages that occur during the planting process of pumpkins. I will stress the importance of following the order of events and reaching a level of understanding of the story in order to retell it. I will also remind the student to use the pictures and contextual clues to help decode unfamiliar words in the text to help improve fluency.
EDMU 520- Reading Comprehension Lesson