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Unit Analysis Lesson 6

Unit Analysis Lesson 6

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LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
 
 Name: Christine PawlowskiDate:Grade Level/Subject: First grade readingPrerequisite Knowledge: Poetry
 – 
rhyming words at the end of each lineApproximate Time: 30
 – 
40 minStudent Objectives/Student Outcomes:
 
Recognize patterns in poetry
 
Learn poetry is also informative, not only for entertaining
 
Be able to write a short four line poem on what they learn on dinosaurs
Content Standards:
1.B.1b
Identify genres (forms and purposes) of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and electronic literaryforms.
1.C.1b
Identify important themes and topics.
1.A.1b
Comprehend unfamiliar words using context clues and prior knowledge; verify meaningswith resource materials.
Materials/Resources/Technology:
 
The book,
 Bones Poems
 
A sheet of paper 
 
 
PencilImplementation:
Time
10 min Opening of lesson: (Objectives, hook, behavior expectations)
 
State expectations:1.
 
 No talking while the teacher is talking. If you have something to say, raise your hand and wait to be called on by the teacher.2.
 
All eyes and ears on me. Clear your desk and have your hands placed on top of it.
 
We have read the story,
 Mister Bones,
and today we are going to read aboutdinosaurs in poetry.
 
Who can give me a definition of poetry? What is poetry? `

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