Reading Lesson Plans October 11 by 9e1w3u

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									                                         Reading (Whole Group) Lesson Plans—Hart, Huff, Warren

                                                        Week of: October 11-15, 2010

Standards/Objectives               Activities                                                                           Assessment
Monday 10-11                       Daily 4 Read to Someone (Same all week)                                              Weekly Reading
                                   *Students will continue to work on stamina for 20-30 minutes of                      Response Journals
Standards: RD-04-1.0.4 Students reading to someone time.
will apply the meanings of         Read to Self (Same all week)                                                         Flashbacks
common prefixes or suffixes to     *Students will continue to work on stamina for 20-30 minutes of
comprehend unfamiliar words.
                                   independent reading time.                                                            Exit Slips
DOK 2
                                   Work on Writing (Same all week)
Objective: I will understand the   *Students will continue to work on stamina for 20-30 minutes of
prefixes are a group of letters at independent writing time. They may choose to do a reader’s response,
the beginning of a word that       a teacher letter about a book they are reading, a writer’s prompt, free-
changes the meaning of the         writing, or working on a portfolio piece.
word.                              Word Work
                                   *Introduce new spelling list and explain the definitions and
I will take notes on the           pronunciations of each word.
definitions of 20 common           Focus Lesson: Prefixes (Make and Use Flashcards Daily if time allows.)
prefixes.                          *Introduce the 20 prefixes our lessons will focus on this week by having
                                   students write the definitions of each in their writer’s notebook: un, re,
                                   in, il, dis, non, in, im, over, mis, sub, pre, inter, fore, de, trans, semi, anti,
                                   mid, and under (Refer to worksheet for the definitions)
                                   *Give students the following tip for determining whether a group of
                                   letters is a prefix or not: Remove the letters you believe are prefixes
                                   and if a known word remains the letters were a prefix. For example: un
                                   in uncle is Not a prefix and in in invented is Not a prefix.
Tuesday 10-12                      Daily 4 Read to Someone (See Monday)                                                 Weekly Reading
                                   Read to Self (See Monday)                                                            Response Journals
Standards: RD-04-1.0.4 Students Work on Writing (See Monday)
will apply the meanings of          Word Work                                                                           Flashbacks
common prefixes or suffixes to  *Practice using spelling words in sentences correctly by completing the
comprehend unfamiliar words.    worksheet on page 53.                                                        Exit Slips
DOK 2                           Focus Lesson: Prefixes (Make and Use Flashcards Daily if time allows.)
                                *Show the power point in Pete’s Power Station entitled: Prefixes which
Objective: I will see real-     is the 3rd one after you google prefix power points. (It focuses on un
world applications of prefixes and dis.)
by viewing power points that *Show the power point at:
demonstrate the uses.           www.primaryresource.co.uk/.../powerpoints/prefixes_re.ppt which will
                                focus on re
                                *Brainstorm words for the writer’s notebook that uses the prefixes
                                above as well as the others mentioned on Monday.
Wednesday 10-13                 Daily 4 Read to Someone (See Monday)                                         Weekly Reading
                                Read to Self (See Monday)                                                    Response Journals
Standards: RD-04-1.0.4 Students Work on Writing (See Monday)
will apply the meanings of      Word Work                                                                    Flashbacks
common prefixes or suffixes to  * Practice correctly spelling the spelling words by completing the editing
comprehend unfamiliar words.    page 55.                                                                     Exit Slips
DOK 2
                                Focus Lesson: Prefixes (Make and Use Flashcards Daily if time allows.)
                                *Review prefixes and their meanings by making a flap book. (Mrs.
Objective: I will make a study
                                Warren will demonstrate this for you.)
tool to commit the definitions
                                *Pass out the packet for students to begin getting familiar with
of common prefixes to
                                vocabulary that uses the prefixes studied (Mrs. Warren will give this to
memory.
                                you.)

Thursday 10-14                  Daily 4 Read to Someone (See Monday)                                         Weekly Reading
                                Read to Self (See Monday)                                                    Response Journals
Standards: RD-04-1.0.4 Students Work on Writing (See Monday)
will apply the meanings of      Word Work                                                                    Flashbacks
common prefixes or suffixes to  * Practice correctly spelling the spelling words by practicing with a
comprehend unfamiliar words.
                                partner on a dry-erase board or using magnetic letters.                      Exit Slips
DOK 2
                                Focus Lesson: Prefixes (Make and Use Flashcards Daily if time allows.)
Objective: I will apply         *Play BINGO by allowing students to fill in a 9 block card with 9 of the
knowledge of prefix meanings    20 prefixes studied this week. Teacher will call out definition of the
by playing BINGO with           prefix and student must cover the prefix to match if he/she has it on
classmates and completing       their card.
practice worksheets.            *Complete worksheets on pages 265 & 266 for practice.



Friday 10-8                     Daily 4 Read to Someone (See Monday)                                       Weekly Reading
                                Read to Self (See Monday)                                                  Response Journals
Standards: RD-04-1.0.4 Students Work on Writing (See Monday)
will apply the meanings of      Word Work                                                                  Flashbacks
common prefixes or suffixes to  *Spelling Test
comprehend unfamiliar words.    Focus Lesson: Prefixes (Make and Use Flashcards Daily if time allows.)     Exit Slips
DOK 2
                                *Complete worksheets on pages 267, 268, 269, & 270 for practice.
                                *Review all prefixes studied for an assessment on the definitions next
Objective: I will apply
                                Wednesday.
knowledge of prefix meanings
by completing ting practice
worksheets to prepare for an
upcoming assessment.
GUIDED READING (ALL WEEK) Iggie’s House (Group 4) Literature Circle                                        Observe and informally
                                                                                                           assess students as they
                                Facts About 50 States (Groups 2, & 3)                                      read, asking individuals
                                Comprehension Strategy: Creating and Using Images: Making                  to quietly read aloud a
                                Connections With All Five Senses and With Emotions                         portion of the text.

                                Literacy Skills: Using Alphabetical Order to Locate Information, Using
                                Lists With Bullet Points and/or Icons, Using Graphic Elements: Maps,
                                Distinguishing Types of Nonfiction: Reference and Encyclopedia,
                                Understanding Consonant Diagraphs
Vocabulary: frontier, continuously, inhabited, reservation, formations,
hasty, originated, cornhusking, dedicated, scenic

A-Z Book: Insect Life Cycle (Group 1)

Comprehension Strategy: Asking and Answering Questions
Identifying the sequence of events in the book

Literacy Skills: Identifying the r-controlled or in words
Identify compound words
Recognize and use commas in a list

Vocabulary: announce, antennae, cocoon, fossil, larva, metamorphosis,
molt, mosquitoes, nymph, poisonous, pupa

								
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