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Name: Kathryn Richards

Date: 11-24-15
Lesson Details
Lesson Title
Content Area
Grade Level

UBD Stage I: Identify Desired Results

Lesson Objectives
Students will be able to:
1) Identify the letter A
2) Identify things and words that start with the letter A


Include number and description

PA Standards
1.1.K.B: Employ word recognition techniques:

Use association strategies to identify letters.

Demonstrate phonological awareness through the segmenting and blending of phonemes. Use knowledge of
letter sound correspondence (alphabetic principle) to decode words in context
ISTE Standards
1. Creativity and innovation: Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues.

Enduring Understandings:
Learning how to recognize and identify the letter A. Comparing and contrasting different pictures and being able to identify
the correct pictures for the letter A. Identifying the capital and lower case letter A.

Essential Questions
What sounds does the letter A make.
What words begin with the letter A.
Will understand the difference between capital and low case A

UBD Stage II: Determine Acceptable Evidence

Assessment Tasks
Formal: A work sheet will be handed out to complete in class. This worksheet allows the children
to match the picture that starts with A such as apple to the letter A in the middle of the
l..\Documents\A worksheet.docx

Informal: In class students will uses the same pictures from the worksheet to match the correct picture of things that
start with the letter A. Using a smart board students can take turns coming up and trying to match the correct one. Also
students will try to choose which the upper and lower case.
letter a 2.docx (link to worksheet for smart board)

Rubric/Scoring Criteria
Worksheet: ..\Documents\A worksheet.docx

UBD Stage III: Plan Learning Experiences and Instruction

Materials and Resources

Smart board
Picture work sheet or smart board
Worksheet hand out.

Procedures and Content


T: Will introduce the letter A and it how it sounds
S: Will listen and repeat the letter A sound
T: Will introduce the capital letter A. Explain what it is used for. Next introduce the lower case a and explain what and when it
is used.
S: Will help come up with examples of when to use the capital and lower case letter A. (Example at the beginning of a
sentence for the capital letter)

T: Will introduce words along with pictures that start with the letter A.
S: Will look at each picture will small groups and go which ones start will letter A.
T: Will then invite students up to the smart board to completely the informal assessment of matching pictures to the letter A.
S: Will take turns at the smartboard completing the informal assessment.
T: When the activity is finished the formal assessment will be handed out
S: they will complete the formal assessment.