Lesson Plan : CRF Map- Rhyming Words/Beg. Sounds

Teacher Name:
 Mrs. A. Chavez
 Language Arts

 Identifying Rhyming Words, Listening for Beginning Sounds, Inital /t/
 Phonological Awareness, Phonics, Phonemic Awareness
 The students will make connections from their own ideas for doing wonderful things as they read and listen to literature in this unit. The students will identify rhyming words. The students will listen for beginning sounds. The students will identify the letter T, t and the sound /t/.
 The teacher will use CRF templates and maps to maintain systematic and explicit instruction. The teacher will ensure student engagement by modeling (I do), giving individual turns (we do), and monitoring indivdual practice (you do). The teacher will maintain on-task behavior by monitoring behavior using PBS strategies when necessary.
 CRF Templates 1,2,3,5, and 9. CRF Map- Unit 3 Week 1, Day 1 Phonics Book of Rhymes and Poems wood sticks picture cards Poster Card- Turtle /T/
 Introduce Unit 3 Theme: Time to Shine Read the Poem "Clay" Invite children to tell about things they have made out of clay. Discuss the poem and the actions words that tell about using the clay. Invite children to act these words out.
 Model how to identify rhyming words. Model how to listen for beginning sounds. Model how to identify the letter T and the sound /t/. Model how to write the letter T, t.
 Allow students to practice together (we do) during instruction with Template Cards, PA lesson and Phonics lesson. Allow students to answer as a group and correct any incorrect answers with modeling (My turn).
 Call on boy-girl during individual turns.
Checking For Understanding:
 Provide opportunities for individual turns during instruction. Model workbook pages. Monitor students while they are working.3 Check work when they are finished. Discuss any incorrect answers.
 Review what the students have learned today. Have students share what they have learned today with a buddy.
 Check for prior knowledge with letter recognition. Check student workbooks and assist students that have difficulty during small groupp instruction (Today's lesson is brought to you by yesterday's difficulties). Practice LNF and Letter Sound Review to maintain new knowledge and monitor progress.
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