Lesson Plan : Using (p, f, r, w, and h) Consonants

Teacher Name:
 Mr. Norwood
 Grade 3
 Language Arts

 The following consonants: (p), (f), (r), (w), and (h)
 Standard 1.1 Match oral words to printed words. Standard 1.6 Create and state a series of rhyming words, including consonant blends. Students will be able to understand the importance of cooperation. Students will be able increase vocabulary, pronunciation and enhance reading skills.
 Given sufficient materials, students will complete a chart using a letter assigned by the teacher and present this project to the class through an oral presentation.
 Magazines, newspapers, scissors, glue, and bulletin board paper.
 The Teacher will review what a consonant is, giving examples to the students. Students will work in groups, using the assigned letter of p, (f), (r), (w), or (h).
 Visual examples will be demonstrated. Modeling allows teacher to describe and demonstrate the procedure expected of the children and this strategy allows the students to learn visually, audibly, and then clarify any initial confusion. Finally, teacher will ask for questions that pertain to completing the lesson.
 Divide the class into groups, and then give each group a sheet of bulletin board paper with a beginning sound at the top of the paper. Also give the group magazines, newspaper, scissors, and glue. Then have each group work together to find pictures that have the same consonant as is on their paper. Next have them cut out the pictures and glue them to their paper. Have them share their work with the rest of the class. I will monitor each group by circulating throughout the classroom and listening for adequate pronunciation.
 Students will divided into groups with stronger linguistic students and students who struggle with language arts activities. During the independent practice, students will be given different prompts to write the response to; some prompts will summarize, others will reflect new found knowledge and what they learned, while an additional response might ask the student to describe how this will benefit their reading later on.
Checking For Understanding:
 The students will be assessed from the overall creation of the poster as well as the individual student response activities. Also, throughout the entire lesson, teacher will circulate the classroom informally assessing the students while providing feedback.
 Students will orally present their chart to the class as a review of each letter. Teacher will reinforce lesson with praise and correction if necessary.
 Evaluation will come from observation and the efficiency of student responses.
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