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SETON HILL UNIVERSITY

Lesson Plan Template


TOPIC
DETAILS
Name
Marissa Douthit
Subject
English Language Arts
Grade Level
1st
Date/Duration November 13, 2015 30 minutes
Big Ideas
Sight words are important skills to start
reading.
Sight words should be memorized.
Essential
Questions

Why are sight words important?


Can you read your sight words?
Are sight words easy to sound out?

PA/Common
Core/Standar
ds

CC.1.1.1.D Know and apply grade-level phonics


and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled
words.

With sight word activities the first grade


students will practice reading, writing, and
finding sight words with 100 % accuracy.

Objective
Bloom's
Taxonomy
Webb's Depth
of Knowledge
(DOK)
Formative &
Summative
Assessment
Evidence

ISTE
Standards for
Students
Framework
for 21st
Century
Learning

Formative: sight word flash cards.


Formative: Salt drawing
Formative: Sight word Swat
Summative: Reading their leaves to the class.

CK

Accommodati
ons,
Modifications

Reduce the list of sight words I am reviewing.


Give small lists of sight words to put on desks.

SUPERVISING
TEACHERS
SIGNATURE
Seton Hill University Lesson Plan Template Step-by-Step
Procedures
RATIONALE
for the
Learning Plan
Introduction
Activating Prior Knowledge
Ask students what a sight word is.
Why do we practice sight words?
Are sight words easy to sound out?
Hook/Lead-In/Anticipatory Set
Sight word flash cards. As a class students will
read the sight word flash card as I hold it up.

Explicit
Big Idea Statement
Instructions
Sight words are important skills to start reading.
Sight words should be memorized.
Essential Questions Statement
Why are sight words important?
Can you read your sight words?
Objective Statement
With multiple sight word activities, the first
grade students will practice reading, writing,
and finding sight words with 100 % accuracy.
Key Vocabulary
All sight words
Lesson
PreAssessment of Students
Procedure
Salt drawing sight words.
Students will be given plates with salt. As I say
the word students will write the word in the salt.
As students are writing the word they should
spell it out loud.

CK

Modeling of the Concept


Create a sight word tree.
Students will write eight sight words on the
leaves of their trees.
Words should be words that the student needs
extra practice.
Guiding the Practice
Sight word swat
Students will be divided into two groups.
They will have a fly swatter and sight words will
be spread out on the floor.
When the teacher says a sight word the
students will race to swat the word first.
After they swat the word the student must read
the word to the class.
Whoever gets the word first wins a point.
Providing the Independent Practice
In small groups students will play Flip the Egg.
Students will have paper eggs with all the sight
words on them. Then the student will draw a
card from the pile. That student will then read
the word the got and look for the egg with the
sight word on it.
They get will get one chance to find the word. If
they find it they get to keep it. Whoever has the
most at the end wins.
Reading
Materials
Technology
Equipment
Supplies

Evaluation of
the
Learning/Mas
tery of the

Sight word flash cards


Masking tape
Salt
Leaves
Trees
Two Fly swatters
Sight word cards for swat
Egg sigh words
3 Spatulas
Formal Evaluation
Students will read their eight sight words from
their sight word tree to the class.
Informal Evaluation

Concept

Closure

Sight word flash cards.


Salt drawing
Sight word Swat

Summary & Review of the Learning


Students will bring their trees to the front of the
classroom and read the words on their leaves.
Homework/Assignments

Teacher
Selfreflection

Practice sight words


Challenge students to put their sight word tree
on the refrigerator. Before they open the
refrigerator they must read their sight words.