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Guided reading lesson plan

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Lesson Plan for Guided Reading

Lesson Plan for Guided Reading

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  • 1. Guided Reading Lesson Plan By: Meagan Page
  • 2. Standards • The student will understand and apply knowledge of the sounds of the English language, the sound-symbol relationship, and word recognition strategies to read grade level materials with accuracy and emerging fluency. • The student will use a variety of strategies to develop and expand reading, listening, and speaking vocabularies.
  • 3. Objectives • The student will use letter sounds, word patterns, and parts of simple compound words to decode unfamiliar words when reading. • The student will read aloud grade-appropriate text with accuracy and emerging fluency. • The student will learn new words through explicit instruction and independent reading.
  • 4. Resources • Copies of George Shrinks for each student and the teacher • Whiteboard, eraser, and markers • Reading journals, pencils • Time Required: 20 minutes
  • 5. Getting Ready • Questions: What would you do if you shrunk? • Assessment: Students will record the new words in their reading journals and create a sentence using each word correctly. • Introduce the book George Shrinks. I will have students look at the cover as I tell them the title. I will ask "What do you think the story is about, based on the title and cover?" "What would you do if you shrunk? (pause for responses) I wonder if George will do any of those things." I will have students take a picture walk through the book and talk about the things they notice in the pictures.
  • 6. The Lesson • I will introduce words that may be difficult for the students in the text. The words I have selected from this book are: dreamt, quietly, sure, and trouble. I will write each word, one at a time, on my whiteboard. I will tell the students what the word is and what it means. Once all four words have been introduced, I will rewrite them all on the whiteboard and leave them there while the students read the book. This way they can refer back to the board while reading if necessary.
  • 7. The Lesson • Guided Practice: The students will read independently as I listen. I will assist with decoding as needed. • Check for Understanding: When students have finished reading, we will review the new vocabulary words.
  • 8. End of Lesson • Assessment: Students will record the new words in their reading journals and create a sentence using each word correctly. • Closure: Students will share the sentences they create

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