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Grammar - Sentence Types, Questions & Exclamatory - Oct 9, Tues

Grammar - Sentence Types, Questions & Exclamatory - Oct 9, Tues

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Lesson Plan Template
LESSON TITLE: Sentence Types, Questions & Exclamatory
Oct9, TuesGRADE LEVEL: First Grade, age level six to eight years oldSUBJECT AREA: Grammar TIME ALLOCATION: 25 minutes
OBJECTIVES(with activeverbs):
Given page GR19 from their 
book, first grade students will read alist of sentences and identify if the sentence is correct or not.
Given page GR18 from their 
book, first grade students will read thesentence and will circle the correct punctuation mark that accompanies eachsentence.
Given a sentence, first grade students will identify if the sentence contains thecorrect punctuation mark at the end.
Given a sentence, first grade students will demonstrate proper emotion basedon the given punctuation mark.
Common CoreStandards:RF.1.1.a
Print Concepts 
Phonological Awareness 
Phonics & Word Recognition 
 Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g.,first word, capitalization, ending punctuation).Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, andsounds (phonemes).Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skillsin decoding words.
Big Idea(s):
Students will gain a greater understanding of question and exclamatorysentences.
Grouping of Students &Rationale:Whole class
Provides practice so that that all students are presented with a seriesof learning tasks to allow them to acquire and/or practice their learning.
The pace of instruction is such that all students can master it.
Allows all students to properly view the teacher 
Provides for greater interaction between teacher and students.
Individual seat work
The teacher to easily assess how students work individually and viewany difficulties they may be facing. This will also allow the students tofollow up the lesson with supervised practice, individually.
Grammar Workbook, pg GR16 & GR17
English Journal
Identify Academic &Related ContentLanguage:
Sentence Structure
Asking Sentences
Emotional Sentences
Prior KnowledgeNeeded:
Have some form of experience with written manuscript.
Familiar with high frequency sight words.
Basic grasp on the fundamentals of print.
Student Profile (specialcharacteristics)
Students are very energetic and love to use the SmartBoard for lessons.
Very intelligent and love to get actively engaged in lessons.
State questions/definitions in a number of different ways.
Allow extended wait time when I ask a question and expect aresponse.
Instructional Model & Rational(s): Direct Instruction
PROCEDURE AND ACTIVITIES (Name teaching strategy for each activity (cooperativelearning, presentation teaching, guided inquiry, etc.)PRE-ACTIVITY (advance organizer):
Students will review types of sentences and what makes a good sentence.
: Student volunteers will be called.
Students will be shown a slide that contains pictures and a series of sentences.Volunteers will come up and circle the sentence that is asking something.
Next, student volunteers will be called to participate in a game (Dragon Land frombbc.co.uk) where they will read a series of sentences and then will correctly identify thesentence that is a question. Students will then be given a list of sentences that containpunctuation marks. They are to read each sentence, demonstrating the proper emotionthe punctuation mark brings.
: Students will be instructed to get their phonics book out and turn to page GR18.They will also be told to put their name and number on the top of the page.
Students will work on page GR18 in their 
 ASSESSMENT[Name of  AssessmentTool &
Observe students' participation and conduct in large and small groupdiscussions.

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