Lesson Plan : Conventions & Spelling

Teacher Name:
 Schoena Richardson
 Grade 3
 Language Arts

 Conventions & Spelling
  1. Read an informational selection for comprehension. 2. Respond appropriately to questions based on an informational selection. 3. Practice writing answers in complete sentences and using RSTQ. 4. Use phonic skills to pronounce words that he is struggling with. 5. Arrange vocabulary words in alphabetical order. 6. Determine at least 2 different meanings for multiple meaning words. 7. Distinguish between when to use there, their, or they're. 8. Define and give examples of: nouns, adjectives, pronouns, and verbs.
 1. Student will be able to explain and use properly in a sentence: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. 2. Student will be able to produce simple and compound sentences. 3. Student will be able to locate incorrect uses of: capitalization, punctuation, and spelling and make the proper correction. 4. Student will be able to use knowledge of phonics to pronounce high frequency words. 5. Student will be able to determine the meaning of the high frequency words by looking the words up in the dictionary. 6. Student will be able to use the dictionary to find vocabulary words. 7. Student will be able to determine if a sentence calls for the use of "I" or "me". 8. Student will be able to form compound words from simple words. 9. Student will be able to determine if a sentence call for there, their, or they're. 10. Student will be able to re-tell about a newspaper article.
 *Everyday Edit sheet *Brain Teaser *Mad Libs *Worksheet on conventional spelling *List of high frequency words *Dictionary *"I" or "me" worksheet *Index cards with simple words written on them *"The Three Little Pigs in a Different Light" *Show What You Know *Newspaper *Re-tell rubric *Non-fiction books
 1. Brain Teaser 2. Everyday Edit
  1. Review of informational text and how to answer questions based on informational selections. 2. Complete "The White House" and "Mount Rushmore"-- from yesterday's lesson.
 1. Mad Libs 2. Shoebox Activity 3. High Frequency Words 4. Re-telling of newspaper article
Checking For Understanding:
 1. I will be working with student the whole time and going over all of the work with the student. We will correct any answers that are incorrect and go over some examples and non-examples of the topic being worked on. 2. Re-telling rubric 3. If student does not know how to pronounce high frequency words, break the words down into parts and use phonic skills to determine the correct pronunciation.
 1. Read aloud a non-fiction selection 2. Mad Libs- explaining and giving examples of: nouns, pronouns, verbs, and adjectives.
 1. Is the student getting better at dictionary skills? Is he able to find words without assistance? 2. Re-telling rubric 3. As each piece of work is completed, together we will check for understanding. I will have the student explain his thought-process on answering the way he did if the answer is incorrect and discuss why it is incorrect. I will also have student explain random correct answers to make sure it wasn't just a guess.
Teacher Reflections:
  1. I will have the student read the informational selection aloud, then I will read it aloud. After both have read aloud, I will have the student read the same selection independently for review. Student will answer questions and we will discuss the answers. Any incorrect answers will be reviewed in the selection. 2. Student will pronounce high frequency words. Any words that are mispronounced will be broke apart and phonic skills will be used to sound the word out. 3. Alphabetical order- are the words in the correct order? 4. Can the student explain some of the definitions for some multiple meaning words? 5. Mad Libs- can the student define what a noun, adjective, pronoun, and verb is? Can the student give multiple examples of each?

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