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CEP Lesson Plan Form

Teacher: Lingo Date: 4/18/18

School: Kinard Grade Level: 6th Grade Content Area: English

Title: What am I? Riddle Lesson Lesson #:2 of 2

Lesson Idea/Topic and This lesson is going to be used as a small formative assessment, assessing
Rational/Relevance: students’ ability to differentiate the writing, reading, and other
vocabulary they have learned this year.

Student Profile: 53% female; 73% caucasian; 8.4% eligible for free lunch; ELO students

http://public-schools.startclass.com/l/16354/Kinard-Core-Knowledge-

Middle-School-in-Fort-Collins-Colorado

Content Standard(s) addressed by this lesson: (Write Content Standards directly from the standard)

6.2.1 B Use craft and structure to

a. determine meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including figurative and connotative meanings; analyze the
impact of a specific word choice on meaning and tone;
b. analyze how a particular sentence, chapter, scene, or stanza, fits into the overall structure of a text and contributes to the
development of the theme, setting, or plot.

Understandings:​ ​(Big Ideas)

● Students will understand the role of grammar, punctuation, or figurative elements in language.

Inquiry Questions:​ ​(Essential questions relating knowledge at end of the unit of instruction, select applicable questions from standard)

● How are the rules of language used by authors to contribute to meaning?

Evidence Outcomes:​ ​(Learning Targets)

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Every student will be able to:

I can: ​Determine the purpose for various literary and structural elements in language and how it can be used to create meaning.

This means: ​I can solve a riddle about a literary of structural element’s purpose while helping find

List of Assessments:​ ​(Write the number of the learning targets associated with each assessment)

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Planned Lesson Activities

Name and Purpose of Lesson Riddle Lesson


Provide understanding and reasoning for rules of language.

Co-Teaching Which model(s) will be used?


Will co-teaching models be utilized in this lesson?
Yes ___ No X Why did you choose this model(s) and what are the teachers’ roles?

Approx. Time and Materials 20 mins, riddle cards


Anticipatory Set The strategy I intend to use is: Modeling
I am using this strategy here because: I want to ensure students fully understand the
game and its purpose.
Procedures The strategy I intend to use is: Riddle Game
I am using this strategy here because: By using a kinesthetic and entertaining game, the
students can study the role of several literary and structural elements in language.

Teacher Actions Student Actions Data Collected


1. (1 minutes) ​Go over 1. Read target or help
learning targets, solve riddle ● Participation in
hand out cards, and 2. Watch or volunteer discussions and
answer small riddle. to practice riddle game;
2. (2 minutes)​ Model game. ● verbal
with volunteers 3. Explain for class understanding of
roles of green and what we are doing elements;
red cards for the day ● written
a. Red- Vocab 4. Students will have understanding of
(answer) both an answer inquiry questions.
b. Green- card and a riddle
Riddle card, but they do
3. (2 minutes) ​Ask for not match. Their
explanation of goal is to find the
game from answer to their

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students Begin riddle. By walking


game! around the room,
4. (10 minutes) ​Be they will be able to
there for students find the answer to
to check their pairs their riddle and find
or answer the person who
questions. needs their answer
5. (3-5 minutes) ​Have card.
students respond to
inquiry question.

Closure The strategy I intend to use is: Reflection


I am using this strategy here because: I want to see if students understood the purpose
of the game and the importance of knowing rules of language.

Differentiation Content Process Product Environment


Modifications: After time on
their own,
students may
consult the
internet once
to help solve
their riddle.
Extensions: Students may
solve extra
riddles
individually if
finished
Assessment
Students will come up to me with their riddles answered and we will discuss how they
discovered the answer and students will answer today’s inquiry question.

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Post Lesson Reflection

1. To what extent were lesson objectives achieved? ​(Utilize assessment data to justify your level of achievement)

I feel that the objective of this lesson was not achieved by most of my students. As we were aiming to understand the role
and purpose of various English language elements like figurative language and punctuation, but this lesson was structured in
a way that only allowed students to think about the definition of the various elements.

2. What changes, omissions, or additions to the lesson would you make if you were to teach again?

I feel that my students would need a longer period of time to discuss the objective, as it was a large understanding my
students had not yet had the time to consider prior to this lesson. The inquiry questions was ignored and if I were use this
activity again, I would probably use it as a refresher and study activity to help remember vocabulary, not to understand the
purpose of language.

3. What do you envision for the next lesson? ​(Continued practice, reteach content, etc.)

If I were to continue the next day, I would have gone over the various vocabulary, focusing on the areas where these sixth
graders struggled, like parts of speech, and discuss why we learn them and how they help our understanding. There would
need to be another day in the upcoming weeks in which we discuss the role of these various elements in our way of
communication.

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