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Student Name: Josh Taylor

Compon
ents
Song,
Poem, or
Fingerpla
y

Purpose
Phonological
awareness

ECD 131 LITERACY PLAN


Introduction: This poem is called Hey Diddle Diddle. Its a well-known
nursery rhyme. Does anybody know the words?
Vocabulary: Fiddle-a violin
Focus on Literacy Development:

Learning
Outcome
s and
Standar
ds
Read
Aloud

Rhyming end words

Observable,
measurable
concepts or
skills

The child will comprehend rhyming and using alternate word choices.
ELA-4K-3.15: Begin to recognize similarities in sounds at the
beginning and ending of words.
ELA-4K-3.14: Beginning to understand that letters can represent
speech sounds

Comprehensio
n

Introduction: This book is called Cornelius by Leo Lionni.


Set Purpose: Its about a crocodile who was born different from the
other crocodiles and not everyone accepts him for who he is. Lets see
how he reacts. What do you notice that is different about him? Where do
you think he is going?

Book
Title:
Cornelius

Vocabulary: riverbeach: shore of the river


Upright: standing on back two legs
Disappointed: upset or sad
Think aloud: I wonder why he hatched standing upright? The other
crocodiles were upset because he was different. Why do you think the
crocodiles are so annoyed? Where do you think he is going? Why do you
think he is upset? Looks like the monkey is happy to learn about what
makes Cornelius different. It seems like Cornelius wants to learn more
tricks even though the other crocodiles werent happy with him. Unlike
the other crocodiles that were mad at Cornelius, the money wanted to
help him. Do you think the other crocodiles will be happy with his new
tricks? The new crocodiles still dont look too happy, do they? They waited
for Cornelius to leave before trying the new tricks.

Learning
Outcome
s and
Standar
ds

Observable,
measurable
concepts or
skills

Activity or
Game

Integrate
language and
literacy

Discussion after reading: Why do you think the crocodiles were angry
with Cornelius? Even after the other crocodiles talked down to him, did he
change who he was? Are there any talents that you have that maybe no
one else has?
The child will be able to comprehend the story and retell it based events
that happened throughout the story.
ELA-4K-2.3: Relate information from text to personal experiences
ELA-4K-3.22: Understand relationships to print and pictures on the
page
Introduction: Everyone stand up. We are going to play a little game to
get the day started. You have to listen pay attention to the new words and
follow what they say.

Active Involvement: Listening and reading and knowing what you are
supposed to do.
Questions or comments to support learning: Notice how the words

Student Name: Josh Taylor


begin with the same sound as the color.

Ending Game/Activity: you can sit down now. Notice how the words
have the same beginning sounds. Now we will read a poem with the same
ending sounds.

Learning
Outcome
s and
Standar
ds

Observable,
measurable
concepts or
skills

The child will match sounds and letters together.


ELA-4K-3.15: Begin to recognize similarities in sounds at the
beginning and ending of words.
ELA-4K-3.12: Begin identifying some letter sounds and matching
them to letters