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Mautino 1

Big Idea: Effective readers use appropriate strategies to construct meaning;


Active listeners make meaning from what they hear by questioning, reflecting, responding, and evaluating.

Library Information Concepts: Describing Key Ideas and Details; Identifying Text Features

Stage 1: Desired Results


Established Goals (English Language Arts Standard):
CC.1.1.1.C Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).
CC.1.2.1.A Identify the main idea and retell key details of text.

Understandings (Students will understand Competencies (Students will know/be able to):
that):
CC.1.5.B Confirm understanding of text read aloud or presented orally by asking and
answering questions about key details.
Effective readers use appropriate strategies
to construct meaning; CC.1.2.E Identify text features to locate key facts or information in text.

Active listeners make meaning from what


they hear by questioning, reflecting,
responding, and evaluating.

What understandings/competencies will be assessed through this task?

Identify how to build and create their own letter;

Participate in discussion and brain-storming with the teacher about what should be included in this type of notice;

Write their own notice for their lost bear with few errors;

Check grammar to make sure everything is spelled right with few errors

Stage 2: Assessment Evidence


Mautino 2

Performance Task Title: A Pocket for Corduroy Lost Poster Writing Suggested Grade: 1st
Grade Reading Level

We will begin the lesson by reading aloud the book A Pocket for Corduroy, to the target student. From there the student
and teacher will have a discussion about the parts of the story, identifying the characters, reviewing plot points, etc. After
identifying the main character, Lisa, begin a discussion of what Lisa could do to find Corduroy. Then the teacher will ask the
target student to identify what about the bear could be written down to identify him on a poster and write it down on a piece
of paper (what the bear looks like, where he was lost, when he was lost, etc.,).

From there, explain what an announcement is - an informational letter letting the reader know what you need help with or
telling someone something important. Then have the target student make a small lost bear poster. The target student will
draw a photo of the bear, along with a lost description, using the points written down during the discussion about the main
characters, details about Corduroy, the setting, and the plot of the story.

Post the final product on a bulletin board, like a real announcement.

Performance Task Rubric: A Pocket for Corduroy Lost Poster Writing


English Language Arts Standard, Suggested Grade: CC.1.1.1.C; CC.1.2.1.A; 1st grade RL

Big Idea: Effective readers use appropriate strategies to construct meaning;


Active listeners make meaning from what they hear by questioning, reflecting, responding, and evaluating.

Library Information Concepts: Describing Key Ideas and Details;


Identifying Text Features

Criteria for Success


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Levels of
Achievement
Story Comprehension Poster Preparation Final Poster Product

Shows a clear understanding of Able to identify some key points of the Poster reflects a strong comprehension
the story and is able to correctly story and and main characters to of the story and the activity, and little
3 answer questions about the main
characters, setting, and plot
include in the lost bear poster, with
little to no assistance.
intervention was required to complete
the assignment.
Proficient points of the story.

Shows a somewhat clear Able to identify some key points of the Poster reflects an adequate
understanding of the story and is story and and main characters to comprehension of the story and the
2 able to correctly answer some
questions about main characters,
include in the lost bear poster, with
some assistance.
activity, and some intervention was
required to complete the assignment.
Developing setting, or plot points of the story.

Does not show a clear Can not independently identify key Poster does not reflect a strong
understanding of the story and is points of the story or the characters to comprehension of the story or the
unable to correctly answer include in the lost bear poster, despite activity presented, and strong
1 questions about main characters, much assistance. intervention was required to complete
setting, or plot points of the story. the assignment.
Needs
Improving

Stage 3 Learning Plan: Resources to Support the Learning Plan


Performance Task: Suggested Grade:
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Suggested Resources for Librarian and Teacher to Use in Instruction


Format Resource
Books (fiction, A Pocket for Corduroy, by Brianna Crosby
informational
texts, narrative
nonfiction,
drama, poetry)
Teaching Paper
Equipment, Pencil
Technology, &
Supplies Markers
Crayons
Tape
Bulletin board