Lesson Plan : Hats off with At

Teacher Name:
 Ms. Rhodes
Grade:
 Kindergarten
Subject:
 Language Arts

Topic:
 At Words
Content:
 At, Bat, Brat, Cat, Chat, Fat, Flat, Gnat, Hat, Mat, Pat, Rat, Sat, Slat, Spat, Tat, That, and Vat
Goals:
 The learner will develop and apply enabling strategies and skills to read and write.
Objectives:
 Develop phonemic awareness and knowledge of alphabetic principle: demonstrate understanding that the sequence of letters in the written word represents the sequence of sounds in the spoken word. Read or begin to read: read or attempt to read own dictated story. attempt to read/reads simple patterned text, decodable text, and/or predictable texts using letter-sound knowledge and pictures to construct meaning.
Materials:
 Old McVowel Had A Farm Poster, Hats off to At Powerpoint, Fat Cat on a Mat by Phil Roxbee Cox and Stephen Cartwright, internet, and In My Hat Booklet.
Introduction:
 Say the sounds of the vowel A, E, I, O, and U. Then sing Old McVowel Had A Farm. While singing, show the poster. If poster is too small for students, then show the words on the powerpoint.
Development:
 Read Fat Cat on a Mat by Phil Roxbee Cox and Stephen Cartwright. Show the students the poem on powerpoint.
Practice:
 Show the students Zac the Rat from starfall.com through Learn to Read. Then have students to write a poem.
Accommodations:
 Show Sesame Street Video from powerpoint or sesamestreet.org on At It with the Bongos. Have students to draw a picture with their poem.
Checking For Understanding:
 Give students At Flower worksheet for homework. Go over directions in class. Show them an example.
Closure:
 Have student to read their poem in class.
Evaluation:
 Can the students name some at words?
Teacher Reflections:
 Do I change, stay the same or repeat using different methods?

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