Vocabulary Lesson Plan Outline

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Lesson Plan Evaluation The lesson plan that was reviewed is called “Vocabulary / Context Clue” by Sarah M. Davis. This lesson plan uses Tier 2 words aimed at students that are in third grade. This lesson plan could connect with most lessons in any course third grade or up. The lesson contains several short lessons that introduce the Tier 2 words and instruct on how to fill these words out correctly within a word map. The teacher with the students review all four Tier 2 words. The class reviewed a word map, pertaining how to fill it in correctly. This lesson plan reflects parts of all of Madeline Hunters Method, a list of materials needed, and a citation page for the books used in the lesson. The only part of the Madeline Theory not included …show more content…

Davis divided this lesson plan into three parts. Part One (Preparation) containing prerequisites, standards (Benchmarks), objective, and materials. Part Two (Lesson Contents) includes an introduction, modeling, guided practice, independent practice, assessments, and debriefing. Part Three (Adaptions and Reflections) contained modifications to the lesson plans concerning ELL students and struggling readers. These parts appear in the order they appeared in the lesson plan. Prerequisites are shown items that pertain to this lesson that the students have already accomplished in prior lessons. Some could consider this anticipatory but it needs more. One needs to come up with a concept to link this past knowledge with this lesson. There needs to be something to excite the students and get them pumped for the lesson. Example: “Guess what! We get to find out the meaning and differences of the four words on the board! These are words from your book you are reading. Who remembers how to use a Word Map? What about the dictionary? Good job! We are going to use those items …show more content…

Davis give each student a worksheet. Using the word map from the assignment that they just completed, the class must independently relay information from the word map to the worksheet. The class then works in groups comparing answers and coming up with what the group feels is the correct answer form all their worksheets. Assessments for this lesson plan are when Ms. Davis collects these worksheets and will be able to tell the mastery of the objective. Debriefing seems the same as a closure. Ms. Davis collects the classes’ work and reviews the lesson. This lets the class reflect on how the work was completed and if it was right. Ms. Davis then goes into an introduction of tomorrow’s lesson and how today lesson is is will apply to it. This allows the students a chance to review what they have learned if they need, so they are ready to start in with the next lesson tomorrow. Ms. Davis also included modifications that would pertain to ELL students such and struggling readers if needed. It is highly important to include a backup plan in your

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