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TAL 432 Lesson on Main Idea
Transcript of TAL 432 Lesson on Main Idea
•Students will create their own
short story including a main idea The Lesson Plan overview Beginning: review definition of main idea
Scaffold main lesson- whole class apply WIN strategy to finding Nemo Clip.
Middle: Whole group watch video 1, in small group (at tables) complete Graphic organizer and extract main idea. Complete this again with video and comic strip.
End: Each student will create a short story or comic strip and trade with a partner to complete WIN and find main idea. Accommodations and modifications •Use of visuals: videos and cartoons that are
visually and textually engaging.
•Post-it notes to help engage the whole class.
•Videos are short so can be viewed multiple times
•Graphic organizers for W-I-N strategy
•Synopsis of videos. Accommodations and modifications UDL Principles Representation: Post it notes, music video,
teacher lecture, graphic organizers, student interactions
•Engagement: Use of various grouping strategies, groups of 5, individual grouping, partner groups, as well as whole group instruction
•Expression: students write main ideas themselves, fill out graphic organizers, defining on post-it, write their own story or cartoon, orally discuss results with class, discussing with partners
•Culturally Responsive: Using popular songs and applying to Main Idea concept, explicit instructions and explanations Progress Monitoring •Observing students taking notes while they are watching the video
•Circling classroom to make sure all students are contributing to group
•Discussion with small groups Assessment Videos and Cartoons TAL 432
Main Idea Lesson Plan Stefanie Cohen, Christina Delgado
Lisa Donna, Kristen Hord
Alicia Nash • Students who need more scaffolding
for the videos can use the sequencing chart
provided so that they can organize
the sequence of events in the video before
applying the WIN strategy
•Matching activity to find the main idea Main idea- Party in the USA •Assessing completion and accuracy of graphic organizer•Final assessment: assessing the final
story/cartoon that students create and
making sure the students included elements
of the WIN strategy Collaboration Contact information
discussed each lesson
picked one and discussed accommodations and modifications
dates to turn everything in
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