Lesson Plan : Phonemic Awareness

Teacher Name:
 Ms. Robinson
Grade:
 Grade 2
Subject:
 Language Arts

Topic:
 Phonics
Goals:
 Students will be able to decode words containing the letter a when it is followed by a consonant and silent e.
Objectives:
 1. Given a list of words containing vowel sounds and four sets of phonograms depicting the /o/, the pupil will auditorily discriminate /o/ in the initial and medial positions of paired words by saying a key word and telling whether the beginning and medial sounds in the words sound the same or different for four out of four sets. 2. Given four sets of phonograms depicting the /o/, the pupil will visually discriminate the letters o consonant e pattern in the lists of words by underlining the letters which are the same in all the words. 3. Given a set of words, the pupil will discriminate the letters in the o consonant e pattern using his tactile and kinesthetic senses by tracing and copying the phonogram correctly in four words. 4. Given a set of phonograms and a different initial consonant for each word, the pupil will orally blend the words by substituting the first letter for four out of four sets using a different phonogram for each set. 5. Given four sets of phonograms, the pupil will generalize the phonics rule regarding the phonogram o consonant e by telling me the rule one time without any help from me. 6. Given three sentences to read, the pupil will read the sentences and select words which have the o consonant e pattern by underlining them all correctly. 7. Given a paragraph which contains words having the o consonant e pattern, the pupil will decode those words by reading those words in the paragraph aloud correctly without any help from me. 8. Given a story which contains words having the o consonant e pattern, the pupil will decode those words by reading those words in sections of the story aloud correctly without any help from me. 9. Given a worksheet from a phonics book, the pupil will complete the worksheet which is composed of six incomplete sentences containing choices of words spelled with the letters o consonant e pattern, by circling and writing the correct word into the sentences for at least four out of the five sentences.
Materials:
 Reference(s) according to APA format
Introduction:
 Upon starting the phonics lesson, I will go over a phonics lesson that has already been learned in a previous spelling lesson. The students will be asked to complete a worksheet out of their phonics workbook. The words in the worksheet will consist of words that are build using phonograms. The student must be able to complete seven out of ten sentences on the worksheet in order for me to go on to the next lesson. If the students do not meet the criterion for accuracy, I will go back and revies the previous lesson. I will read a story to the students that is on their reading level. We will discuss the theme of the story that i have read to them, then I will ask them to retell the story. After getting a student to retell the story, I will tell the students that they are going to learn how to decode and learn how to recognize new words.
Development:
 Start with the students strong modality
Practice:
 Guided practice will be accomplished throughout the lesson
Accommodations:
 If the students do not understand the lesson, I will work with the students in small groups to see what difficulties they are having, and help them to have a better understanding of the lesson being taught.
Closure:
 The students will take turns telling me what they have learned from the lesson today.
Evaluation:
 I will consider the lesson a success if the students are able to meet the criteria specified in the performance objectives on the evaluation sheet.

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