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Lesson Plan
GRADE LEVEL: One/Two SUBJECT: Literacy UNIT/TOPIC: Group Book
Project
LESSON #: 2 DURATION: 35 min
Overview & GLOs
In this lesson, the students will continue to
work on their own story and illustration to
create a class book on the letters of the
alphabet. This activity relates to the story
Once Upon an Alphabet by Oliver Jeffers.

SLOs
EXPRESS IDEAS AND DEVELOP
UNDERSTANDING
-Share personal experiences that are clearly
related to oral, print and other media texts
-Talk with others about something recently
learned

Students will listen, read, speak, write, view


and represent to explore thoughts, ideas,
feelings and experiences.

CONSIDER OTHERS IDEAS


-Listen and respond appropriately to
experiences and feelings shared by others
-Ask questions to get additional ideas and
information on topics of interest

Materials Needed:
Once Upon an Alphabet:
Short Stories for all the
Letters By: Oliver Jeffers
Large White Paper
Markers/crayons/pencils

Other Resources
used:

Additional Notes:

Alberta Program of Studies

Vocabulary:
Menagerie a collection of
strange people or things
Accurate
Disaster
Enigma Something
puzzling like a riddle
Glacier a big body of ice;
moves
Ingenious original,
inventive skill and
imagination
Incognito in a disguise
Lumberjack
Matter occupies space
and has mass
Molecule what matter is
made up of
Parsnip
Typist
Vanquished defeated
Victorious
Zeppelin

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INTRODUCTION

Class, today we are going


to complete our class
alphabet book!

TRANSITION

Before we get started, lets


go over some of the new
words that we learned
Class discussion on
descriptive words when
writing, as well as certain
words from the vocabulary
list
Now that we have or words
ready in our brains, when I
say GO you can get your
materials and get started!
GO!

BODY

In this class, students will


work to complete their onepage story and illustration.
The teacher will observe and
facilitate during the lesson,
helping where needed.
The teacher will also
formatively check-in with
students while they are
working, asking students to
share what they have so far.
The students are also
encouraged to share with
their neighbour during this
activity

TRANSITION

Alright class! Two minuets


to put your finishing touches
on and then hand in your
story!

CLOSURE

Today we completed our


own stories on the letters of
the alphabet. What do you
think of your own story?
Was it fun to write? What did
you think of your
neighbours story?

Why do we use
descriptive words
during a story?
Do you think this
makes the story more
interesting?
Would you use any
words from Once Upon
an Alphabet?
What is your story
about?
Can you tell me about
your illustration?
Did you notice anyone
else who had a similar
story to yours?

Next lesson we will read our


class story together!

Teacher Guide
Objectives

The students will continue to

Student Guide
TSW construct their own

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(Specifically
skills/information
that will be learned)

Verification (Steps to
check for student
understanding)

Activity (Describe
the independent
activity to reinforce
this lesson)

work on their assignment,


demonstrating ways they
can tell/express their own
experiences, likes and/or
dislikes in the form of a onepage story which they will
print and illustrate.
The students will also be
able to move around,
sharing their ideas with
others.
-Observation during activity
-Class discussion;
vocabulary
-Writing their own story;
moving around the room
doing check-ins with
students

By writing their own story,


as well as illustrating it, the
students are able to connect
their prior knowledge to the
lesson and also express
their own thoughts, feelings
and experiences with the
rest of the class.
This way they are able to
share their experiences with
the class orally, as well as in
the form of a book (written
and illustrated)

NOTES:

story for a specific letter of


the alphabet.
TSW tell their own story for
their letter.
TSW illustrate their own
story.

Formative Assessment:
-Checking for understanding
during vocabulary check-ins
-Having students explain
vocabulary in their own
words
-Thumbs up/down to show
understanding of activity
after direction is given
-Observations/check-ins
during the writing activity
Summative Assessment:
-Completion of activity
The students are able to
connect to the material; in
this case the story, by
taking on the role of the
author and creating their
own story with personal
experiences, thoughts,
feelings and expressing
them to others.