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Lesson Plan

Name:Patricia Curtis Date of Observation :April 28, 2017 Cycle:


Ages/Grades Number of Number of Number of Number of
of Students in Students Gifted Students
Students 4th Class 15 having IEP/504 1 Students 0 having ELL 0

Lesson Title:Roll a Story


1. Context: Describe the Students for which this Lesson is Designed (1B)
Identify your students backgrounds, special needs, cultural differences, interests, and language proficiencies.
This class has little diversity. All students speak English and come from relatively the
same area. One student has ADHD, while the others have no special needs.

2. Lesson Learning Targets/Objectives (1A) (1C)


a. Previous lessons learning targets/objectives (connect each target/objective to the appropriate state
curriculum/content area standards.)
I can clearly identify the characters, setting, and plot of a story.
Standard: RL.4.3- Describe in depth a character, setting, or event in a story or drama, drawing on
specific details in the text.
b. Current lessons learning targets/objectives (connect each target/objective to the appropriate state curriculum/content
area standards.)
I can write a fictional narrative with given characters, settings, and conflicts.
Standard: W.4.3- Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using
effective technique, descriptive details, and clear even sequences.

c. Next lessons learning targets/objectives (connect each target/objective to the appropriate state curriculum/content
area standards.)
I can edit my narrative to make sure it is appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Standard: W.4.4- Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization
are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.

3. Students Baseline Knowledge and Skills (1B) (1F)


Describe and include the pre-assessment(s) used to establish students baseline knowledge and skills for this lesson.
I will review the previous days lesson with students to ensure they remember what characters, setting, plot, and conflict are.
From there I will determine whether some reteaching is necessary. Then I will question students on their knowledge of
narratives. This will determine what depth I will need to reach on this topic.

4. Formative Assessment (1F)


Describe and include the formative assessments(s) to be used to measure student progress during this lesson.
To assess students, I will have them write their own narratives based on the characters, setting, and conflict they role on a
dice.

5. Resources (1D)
Identify the resources and assistance available to support your instruction and facilitate students learning.
Handout, dice, prewriting worksheet
6. Lesson Procedures (1E)
Describe the sequence of strategies/activities/assessments that will be used to scaffold instruction, engage your
students, facilitate attainment of the lesson objective(s), and promote higher order thinking. Within this sequence, be
sure to describe how the instruction will be differentiated to meet your students needs, interests, and abilities.;
First, I will pre-assess students to make sure they remember the previous day's lesson on characters,
setting, plot, and conflict. Once I know students have that down we will move onto the activity. Each
student will get a dice and a handout with instructions. The first time students roll the dice, it will decide
who the main character of their narrative is (a princess, a super hero, a knight, a troll, a detective, or a
talking dog). Each character will have a number on the dice assigned to it. The next roll will decide their
setting (a magical forest, a castle, downtown New York City, a school, a spooky old house, or a beach).
The last roll will be for their main conflict (lost their memory, ate a poisoned berry, got lost, made an
unusual discovery, goes on a dangerous journey, or get sent to the past by a time machine). Once students
have rolled for their main character, setting, and conflict they will get a pre-writing worksheet to help
them further develop their plot. Once they have finshed their pre-writing, they will begin on their rough
draft.

7. Watch For-------
Identify anything that you would like specifically observed during this lesson.
Time management skills, transitions from one part of the lesson to the
other, and classroom management skills.

Guidelines for Developing Lesson Plan can be found on p 8 of the KTIP


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