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You will be creating a unit plan for differentiated instruction in oral language development, phonemic awareness/phonics, fluency, vocabulary, writing, spelling, and comprehension.
In the left column of the unit plan are headings as to what information must be completed in each part of the unit plan.
Using Oral Language as an example use the following directions and examples to help you complete the unit plan in its’ entirety.
Standard: For each area you must provide the appropriate standard. For example a standard for oral language that would be appropriate for a 4th grade student would be:
Cluster 2: Knowledge of Language Standard Code Standard LAFS.4.L.2.3 Use knowledge of language and its conventions when writing, speaking, reading, or listening. a. Choose words and phrases to convey ideas precisely. b. Choose punctuation for effect. c. Differentiate between contexts that call for formal English (e.g., presenting ideas) and situations where informal discourse is appropriate (e.g., small-group discussion). Cognitive Complexity: Level 3: Strategic Thinking & Complex Reasoning
Name of Strategy: Using the website provided for you below each area find a strategy that would be appropriate to teach oral language, and write the name of the strategy.
Explanation of the Strategy: Fully explain, in your words, a summary of the strategy–what it addresses and how it works.
Lesson Objective (s). If the strategy selected for oral language was “Relating Words”
The student will be able to develop the following question: Would you prefer to budge a sleeping lamb or a ferocious lion? Why? In the case of pounce, sensible, and raucous what two words would you choose, and why?
- If you get your clothes ready to wear to school before you go to sleep, would that be sensible or raucous ? Why?
- If you and your friends were watching a funny TV show together and began to laugh a lot, would you sound pounce or raucous? Why?
How Does the Strategy Support Student Learning? This strategy helps the student to see whether there is anything about the words that is related. It encourages students to speak and listen to understand the relationship between words, and that sometimes more than one of the instructed words can be used in a sentence.
Materials: A full list of materials that were used to teach the lesson. If you are using words, you must list the specific words.
ESOL Accommodations: Select appropriate accommodations using resources provided for you.
ESE Accommodations: Select appropriate accommodations using resources provided for you.
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