Laura Poncharik ELD 308

LessonPlan: Interactive Read Aloud Grade:5 Time: 15 minutes Standard: 3.4.4 A. Active Listening 1. Listen actively for a variety of purposes such as enjoyment and obtaining information Objective: Students will listen as teacher reads aloud, stopping tomake connections and wonderings. Materials: Owl Moon by Jane Yolen Lesson Sequence: y Before Reading: o ³Boys and girls,todayIam going to be reading a book aloud by one of my favorite authors, Jane Yolen, the book is Owl Moon.´ I know some of you may already be familiar with this story but I think you will agree that this story is worth rereading.´ o ³So let¶s begin by taking a look at the cover of the book. Can anyone share with me what they predict the book will be about based on the cover¶s illustrations?´ o Allow students to make predictions. o ³Remember, students that predictions are never wrong and do not always match what the author is thinkingso it is ok to change your prediction.´ During Reading: o Stop reading occasionally and allow students to make connections to the text. If you notice students are not engaged in story, stop and redirect by asking them questions about the text or their connections. o Also, clarifying and discuss the meaning of any figurative language students may find difficult.  Question examples: y Do you think the main character is a boy or a girl? y Does anyone know how an icy palm feels on your back? After Reading: o ³I want you to turn and talk to a neighbor about two things:  Where your story predictions confirmed in the story?  What were some things that you could connect with in the story and why or why not? o After two to three minutes, discuss these questions with the whole group.

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Assessment: o I will know my students were successful if they were able to make predictions and connections aboutthe story.

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