Lesson Plan : Punctuation

Teacher Name:
 S. Mohagen
Grade:
 College/University
Subject:
 Language Arts

Topic:
 Using capitals to begin a sentence and periods to end a sentence.
Content:
 Standard: 1.1.6 Use of knowledge of the basic rules of punctuation and capitalization when writing.
Goals:
 Special Ed teachers set a goal that their students would start sentences with a capital letter and end them with a period. The result would be an improvement in their writing skills. It would make more sence and be easier to read.
Objectives:
 To improve punctuation and use of capitals in all the wrting assignments the students do.
Materials:
 Journals and pencils brainstorm words they may use to improve readability and flow of sentences.
Introduction:
 Remind students that it is easier to read sentences that do not run on and on.
Development:
 Demonstrate correct sentence whiteboard. Explain where capital and period go.
Practice:
 Put sentences on board and have students make corrections to them.
Accommodations:
 Allow Angela to write in Spanish. Spell words students request.
Checking For Understanding:
 Aks them what assignment is. Have a few students tell what it is. Ask for questions regarding assignment.
Closure:
 Remind student we always want to start our sentences with a capitol and end with apuctuation mark.
Evaluation:
 Journals and other work samples.
Teacher Reflections:
 Observe whetehr more students are applying this lesson to their written work.

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