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Mikaella Martinna M. Angan Learning the alphabet 30 mins.

Kindergarten I

Lesson: 1/Learning the alphabet

Unit Overview
Main Idea (Claim) Summative Assessment
Learning the alphabet Students will write the alphabet in a
blank piece of paper

Guiding Questions Objectives (know/understand/do/value)


What is the use of alphabets in the The student will . . .
future? Be able to know the alphabet
Be able to identify the letters of the
Is learning the alphabet important? alphabet

What can we use the alphabet for?

Time Instructional Procedures and Strategies


Beginning the Lesson
10 Ask what the alphabet is, let students try to answer
mins

Developing the Lesson


10
Worksheet on tracing the alphabet from http://www.first-
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school.ws/t.asp?t=http://www.first-school.ws/images/alpha/writing-
alphabet/train-1-zb.gif
3
mins. Closing the Lesson
Watch the alphabet song by the Phonics
7 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BELlZKpi1Zs
mins. Identifying the letters from flash cards
Summarize what we learned today and sing the ABC song one last
time.

Formative Assessment Differentiation


Flash cards Students who learn through visual have
the flash cards and alphabet song while
the others can also practice by working on
the worksheet on tracing alphabets.
Resources
Flash cards of the alphabet
Projector
Worksheet
Pencil
http://www.first-school.ws/t.asp?t=http://www.first-
school.ws/images/alpha/writing-alphabet/train-1-zb.gif
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Glossary

Term Definition Resources


Unit Overview Main Idea and Summative Assessment
copied from the unit plan in order to keep
the goal in mind during the writing and
implementation of the lesson plan.
Guiding Questions these questions guide the inquiry for
the lesson, leading students toward a
rich understanding of the objectives for
the lesson and ultimately, the unit.
Factual- knowledge or fact-based
questions
Conceptual- questions that enable
exploration of big ideas that connect
facts and topics
Debatable- questions that expose areas
of ambiguity, disagreement, or tension
within the unit of study
Objectives The specific aims of the lesson. As a
result of the instruction, this is what the
students are expected to know,
understand, and be able to do. These
should align with and lead to the unit
understandings, knowledge and skills.
Time - Marks the amount of time needed for
each stage of the lesson. Enables
effective time-management for the
teacher.
Beginning the The opening or warm-up that will
Lesson engage the learner, producing creative
tension. May include review and/or
activation of prior knowledge.
Developing the The content learned and the strategies
Lesson employed towards that end
Closing the Lesson A conclusion or review of what was
learned, providing closure to the lesson.
Formative Assessment throughout the lesson that
Assessment provides feedback that can be used to plan
or alter instruction. Should prepare
students for the summative assessment.
Differentiation ways of modifying instruction to meet
the needs of diverse learners
Resources any texts, materials, technology,
people, places or other resources that
have informed the unit and learning
experiences