Lesson Plan : Comprehending Recipes

Teacher Name:
 Wendy Carlson
Grade:
 Grade 4
Subject:
 Literature Activities

Topic:
 Reading, sequencing, and comprehending recipes.
Content:
 Recipe cards with grade level reading skills.
Goals:
 The learner will be able to correctly sequence steps in a recipe, and use information to answer comprehension questions.
Objectives:
 The learner's will have 80% or higher time on task, and limited verbal outbursts.
Materials:
 Chalkboard, overhead, worksheet, teacher made smile card, whole punch, recipe cards,sequence graphic organizers completed and blank, and glue.
Introduction:
 Teacher will display recipe for making smores on overhead projector. The learner's will read recipe aloud with teacher. The learner's will construct smores following the recipe.
Development:
 The learner's will use information from smores recipe on overhead to verbally answer teacher asked questions. Teacher will complete sequencing graphic organizer written on chalkboard using learner's responses.
Practice:
 Given a recipe card and a completed graphic organizer, The learner's will use a red marker to indicate whether the events are in the correct sequence.
Accommodations:
 The learner will glue cards with information preprinted on them into correct sequence block on graphic organizer.
Checking For Understanding:
 Given a recipe card, the learner's will select correct answer to comprehension questions on a worksheet.
Closure:
 Teacher will discuss the sequences written on graphic organizer for making smores. The teacher will ask the learner a verbal comprehension question on making smores as the learner leaves class, and hole punch smile card if correct answer given.
Evaluation:
 The learner's performance on comprehension questions on worksheet. Performance should be at 80% or higher. Student involvement and time on task will also be indicators of student progress.

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