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Intermediate Guided Reading Lesson Plan Title: Froggy Learns to Swim Genre: Text Structure: Level: By Jonathan London Narrative Informational ISBN 0-14-055312-6 Fiction J Literacy Core Standard: Language Objective: Standard 2 Objective 2c Content Core Standard: Analyze text features—problem /solution Standard 3 Objective 1b Enduring Understanding: (Purpose for reading) Essential Questions: (what students will know and be able to do) Community members, including family members, are responsible to help each other. How are community members responsible for each other? Before Reading Vocabulary: Introduce the words and have the students fill out the vocabulary chart. Crossbar, pond, fiddlesticks, snorkel, spluttered, elastic Activate/Build Prior Knowledge: Who has learned to do something new? How did you feel when you are trying to learn to do something new? Have you ever thought that it is best to do something one way, when someone else wants to do it a different way? How have you resolved this problem? Comprehension Strategy: Analyze text features—problem/solution During Reading Using appropriate Guided reading strategies, students will be reading at their own pace and teachers will be listening to students read, monitoring, giving feedback, taking anecdotal notes and running records. Suggested Pacing: One Day Attend to Comprehension Within, Beyond, & About the text: After Reading (The following things are ideas that can be used either before, during, or after to aide in comprehension and understanding of the text) How did Froggy feel about learning to swim at the beginning of the story? What did he want to do instead of swimming? Does it make sense for a frog to have an aversion to swimming? Does Froggy continue to feel the same way about swimming through out the whole book? What causes Froggy to change his mind about swimming? How does mom feel when Froggy finally likes swimming? We are going to do a re-read and fill out a chart called Somebody, Wanted, But, So. Each line needs to be filled out with the corresponding page. Let’s do the first one together. Attend to Comprehension Within, Beyond, & About the text: Content Core Integration:(Science, Soc. St., Math, etc.) Social Studies Assessment: Activities: Check to see if students understand the Somebody, Wanted, But, So chart vocabulary words based on their responses on their vocabulary chart. Do an author study on Jonathan London Listen to student responses to see if they are appropriate for the material and questions. Check students’ Somebody, Wanted, But, So chart to see if students understand the elements of the text. *Not all activities will be done in each lesson. Some lessons may take multiple days to complete. However, all students should be reading each time you meet.
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