Even More Elementary English Language Arts Lesson Plans
Weeks Plans on Sentences - Teacher will introduce skill for today
by telling the students the information needed to do the required language
arts task on conventions and grammar.
Weeks Reading Plans - Looking at how to approach new vocabulary words.
Nouns and Verbs - Students will understand the importance of the various
parts of speech in the multiple forms of communication.
about nouns/Persuasive Writing - To identify nouns in each sentence,
become familiar with correctly writing the different format of nouns (common,
singular, plural, and possessive).
Bedelia - Speaking, listening, and writing in such a way that will
be clearly understood.
Purpose and Motivation - In this lesson students use short reading
passages to identify, explain, and discuss the author's purpose for writing.
Adjectives! - Students should know good adjectives from bad adjectives!
and the Beast - Fairy tales will help them think about situations
they may find themselves in.
What I Write - The students will be able to write sequential directions
for the process the used to build their original designs.
as a Bee - The purpose of this activity is to expose students to similes
and how they can be used in writing.
Traits-Character Sketch - Students will use the taught prewriting
strategy of gathering details and events to organize their their writing.
Closed Syllables - The lesson is designed to help students identify
closed syllable types.
Project - Students will gain a deeper understanding of Native American
tribes described in our social studies books.
Your Own Myth - Students will learn about the components of myths
and create their own within a cooperative pair or group.
Writing - Students will learn that a good description is a picture
in words that helps the reader see, hear, taste, smell, or feel something
that the writer has experienced.
Everything And Read - Students will identify and define main idea
and identify relevant details of reading passages.
KWL - The students will investigate and understand the basic needs
and characteristics of eagles.
- The learner will apply strategies and skills to understand text that
is read and heard.
- Students will be able to distinguish folktales and their origin.
Text - Student will be able to distinguish between nonfiction and
to Know Each Other - Goals - Students use speaking and listening to
interact with others for the purposes of contributing to a class.
and Fall - Students will answer comprehension questions from orally
Introduction - Have you ever read a books about heritage?
Cause and Effect - Given significant events from a story, the students
will be able to construct a chain of events using cause and effect.
Suffixes - The students will learn and be able to read words with
suffixes and use the Phonics/Decoding strategy to determine the meaning
of new vocabulary.
You" - Recognizing "invisible you" as the subject of a sentence when
the subject is not in a written word.
Appleseed - Determines the meaning of unknown words using their context.
Into A Story - Students will understand how they can use their bodies
to act out situations or to tell a story.
Trunk; Cause and Effect - Infer cause and effect Explain cause and
effect Identify a chain of cause and effect events.
the "The Baker's Neighbor" - The students will become familiar
with the play, The Baker's Neighbor.
Start-Snack Foods - Students can solve problem of lacking something
and negotiating to get what they need.
Letters / Sounds - To teach the pupil the letters of the alphabet
and to becoming automatic in alphabet sequencing.
Mine - The goal of this task is not to correctly place a pattern,
but to use correct communication skills to relay information.
Super Sentences - Using cooperative grouping TSW will use the writing
process to create a complex sentence.
The Library - Learn to ask questions in a library setting and following
directions. Become familiar with vocabulary and methods of finding information.
Up With New Vocabulary - Introducing the fifteen vocabulary words
and teaching dictionary skills.
Popper's Penguins - Through this section definitions and terms of
summarization will be recalled and understood.
Hikew - The class will then express their feelings and compare those
to the ones of the student who wrote the poem.
Reporting - I will introduce the lesson by polling the students to
see how many of them watch the news.
Taking /Expository Text - Students will independently complete note
taking form that has been completed by identifying the most important
ideas of focus of the selection, paraphrasing the information adequately,
and notes will be organized in a meaningful sequence.
Buckle and Gloria - By reading colorful language that involves the
senses (sight, sound, smell), the students will gain an understanding
of how an author might engage the reader.
Spill! - Students will be learning about the effects of an oil spill
in an ocean.
in the Family - Students will explore the world of owls by reading
the novel Owls in the Family, and research web sites devoted to owls.
Literacy & Technology Plan - A literacy activity that incorporates
a WebQuest based on the novel "Owls in the Family" by Farley Mowat.
Narrative - Imagine you were walking outside and you saw a huge tree.
Writing - Students will be able to write a short personal letter with
a logically organized sequence, broken into paragraphs.
and Two Syllable Words - Write a closed three syllable word on the
board. Ask if any student can read the word.
Helping Use Of Similes - Illustrations increase understanding of similes.
- Cinquain - After hearing, seeing and discussing examples of cinquains,
the learner will write a cinquain using all components correctly about
rain on a drop shape.
of Gold - The children will be able to express thoughts and ideas
into dictating a story aloud and build a cooperative environment with
others in the group by building to story off of one another sentences.
- The students will demonstrate their understanding of replacing nouns
with pronouns, and sentence combining with subject pronouns.
- Students will be able to identify and write interrogative sentences.
and Slang - Reading English text book to know how to talk properly
without using slang.
Form: Unlocking Key Facts - Students will learn a process for gathering
and organizing factual information from reports using a specific technique
called Report Form.
- The student uses varied strategies to comprehend bodies of work.
of Events - The students will learn and understand sequence of events.
Relay - Children will have reviewed the spelling words. Children will
be able to jump-rope from start to finish.
the Year Organized - The students will improve their preparedness
to begin another year of school.
for Time - Students will gain the ability to find "right there" answers
in a text when asked to answer comprehension questions.
- To enable children to summarize Use prefixes with an awareness of the
meaning and how they can alter the meaning of the root word.
- Student will become knowledgeable of syllables, their importance in
reading and speech, as well as how to diagram words according to their
Note! - In this short exercise students will learn the beginning concepts
of note taking and paraphrasing.
Big 6: Application - Students will apply the information problem solving
model of The Big 6.
Mystery Files - The goals of this lesson are to help students understand
the key concepts of Analysis and Interpretation from what they read.
Personal Touch - In addition to providing an opportunity to practice
clarity and thoroughness in writing, students are made aware of some of
the subtle nonverbal messages in common social situations involving hand
Three Main Author's Purpose - In this lesson, students will identify
and use unique characteristics of texts to determine an author's purpose
as, persuade, inform, or entertain.
to Curlew Word Study - Students will be able to continue to work on
their grammar and apply their background knowledge of nouns, verbs, adjectives,
and adverbs to a context of literature.
Bad Ants - Students will have a better understanding of the story.
Students will be able to summarize the story in their own words.
and Why We Read? - Given classroom instruction the student(s) will
improve on practical and functional reading skills through discussion,
explanation and interpretation with guidance and support from the teacher.
the Heck are Nouns? - This week, students will continue to learn about
nouns. We will discuss common and proper nouns and review nouns in general.
the Kids - Students will investigate the Preamble to the Constitution
and make it more meaningful to them.
An Autobiography, act.4-31 - Writing about ourselves and creating
and Comprehension Strategies - To introduce a comprehension learning
strategy that will help students visually recall the story that they read.
New Friend - Students will complete a compare and contrast chart or
Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting Yingtao and his new friend as well
as compare and contrast themselves with a friend, also using a chart or
50 Elementary Language Arts Lesson Plans