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Dakota State University

College of Education
LESSON PLAN FORMAT

Name: Megan Smidt


Grade Level: Kindergarten
School: May Overby Elementary
Date: Feb. 7, 2017
Time: 12:20

Reflection from prior lesson:

The students did well on their of books. They were able to pick out of in the sentence
in the discussion. We worked on spelling the word by cheering it, whispering it, and
jumping it. The students really enjoy it and it gets them moving. If I would do this lesson
again, I would make sure the students really know the word, not just recognize it. I did
not feel like I really reinforced it, so I would like to find another activity to do with the
word of.

Lesson Goal(s) / Standards:

L.K.4: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple meaning words and
phrases based on kindergarten reading and content.

SL.K.1: Participate in collaborative conversations with diverse partners about


kindergarten topics and texts with peers and adults in small and larger groups.

SL.K.3: Ask and answer questions in order to seek help, get information, or clarify
something that is not understood.

Lesson Objectives:

o After listening to the story, the students will be able to recall and retell a story
with 90% accuracy.
o After listening to the story, the students will be able to describe the main idea of
that story with 80% accuracy.
o During the story, the students will comprehend the story with 80% accuracy.

Materials Needed:

The Lion and the Mouse book


Amazing Words

Contextual Factors/ Learner Characteristics:


There are twenty-five students in this class. The classroom has five tables with five
students sitting at each table. There is a wide range of skill and developmental levels.
They like to work in groups and do well working together. There is a carpet at the front of
the classroom for whole class instruction and plenty of room for working in partners if
needed. Technology is available in the computer lab and there is a Promethean Board in
the classroom.

A. The Lesson

1. Introduction (10 minutes)


getting attention:

Sing Come to the Carpet song. Today we are going to read the story about the
lion and the mouse. What happened in the story?

relating to past experience and/or knowledge:

Before we read the story on Monday, what did we think was going to happen
with the lion and the mouse? Did we think they were going to be friends or
enemies?

creating a need to know:

We are going to listen to this story again so that we really understand what
happens in this story!

sharing objective, in general terms:

Today we are going to recall and retell a story, practice finding the main idea of
the story, and listen to make sure that we understand what is happening in the
story.

2. Content Delivery (35 minutes, Read A-Loud, Class Discussion, Whole-Group


Activity)

On Monday, we read the story, The Lion and the Mouse. Today we are going to
listen to it again! When we listen to the story more than once, we might notice
something we didnt notice before.

What are the lion cubs doing on this page? Why do the lion cubs lie down in the
shade?

Where do the lions live? What does it look like?


What animal scampers across the lion cubs paw? What does the lion do? What
about the mouse? How does the lion cub feel about being awakened? How do you
know?

What does the lion cub do to the mouse? How does the mouse say she will repay
the lion cub?

What did the lion cub say to that? Is that nice? Thumbs up or thumbs down.
What is the main idea of this page?

What has the lion cub grown into? He is not the what of the beasts? How has the
lion cub changed?

Where is the lion sleeping? Why does the mouse stay away from the lions
paws?

What has happened to the lion? Who cant help him? What kinds of animals are
they? Why cant the lion get out of the trap?

What do the animals of the night do? What kinds of animals are the animals of
the night?

Who comes to see the lion now? When she says she will help him, what does the
lion say? Why do you think the lion doesnt believe the mouse can help him?

What does the mouse do? What do you think the lion will do next?

What does the lion say to the mouse? What lesson did the lion learn? What is the
main idea of the whole story?

All right class, lets talk about some AMAZING WORDS! Look at the pictures
in front of you! I am going to give you a word and I want you to pick the picture
that best fits that word! If you need help, just let me know!

The words are jungle, nibbling, trembling, beast, snarled, and entangled.

Who can find a picture that shows something that is entangled? That means
caught or stuck. What about snarled? Which picture shows a beast? Is there a
picture for trembling? What about the jungle?

3. Closure (5 minutes)

What did we learn about in our story today? Our story was a fable. Does anyone
remember what a fable means from earlier this week? What was the main idea of
the fable? Can anyone tell me the main characters in the story?
B. Assessments Used

Informal: Class discussion about the story and the vocab.

C. Differentiated Instruction

When we are doing vocabulary with the Amazing words, I will have my students who are
lower go first so they can pick from any pictures and give them some of the more
recognizable, because none have been taken so far. After that I will have some higher
students go because they will be able to think about some of the more complex words
with less aid.

D. Resources

Reading Street Textbook