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West Virginia State University

College of Professional Studies: Department of Education


LESSON PLAN
Teacher Candidate _Meegan King____
School ___Elementary School________
English________
Lesson Topic __Adverbs_____

Date__May 12th, 2015 ___


Grade/Subject ___3rd Grade

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES/ STUDENT OUTCOMES


1. Students will Identify and properly use adverbs.
2. Students will form and use comparative and superlative adverbs.

WV CSOs
ELA.3.L.C15.1 demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and
usage when writing or speaking
. explain the function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs in general and
their functions in particular sentences.
form and use regular and irregular plural nouns .
use abstract nouns (e.g., childhood) .
form and use regular and irregular verbs .
form and use the simple (e.g., i walked; i walk; i will walk) verb tenses
. ensure subject-verb and pronoun-antecedent agreement.
form and use comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs and choose between
them depending on what is to be modified.
use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
produce simple, compound and complex sentences
ISTE STANDARDS
1. Creativity and Innovation B. create original works as a means of personal or group
expression.
6.
Technology operations and concepts A. Understand and use technology systems. D.
Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies.
MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
Overall Time 67 minutes
Time Frame 10 minutes to revisit verbs and adjectives, introduce adverbs.
5 minutes for students to download Suddenly Alligator on the Kindle app.
(Tech. 1)
10 minutes for the students to read the book.
10 minutes for students to discuss in groups the adverbs used in the book.
2 minutes to explain the writing activity.
15 minutes for the students to write a short and submit them to
grammerly.com. (Tech 2)
15 minutes to create a voice recording on their short stories. (Tech. 3)

STRATEGIES
Teacher led instruction, Independent/group practice, project/inquiry learning.

DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION/ ADAPTATIONS/ INTERVENTIONS


Visual learners these students will benefit from reading the story.
Auditory learners these students will benefit from listening to Suddenly Alligator and
group discussions.
Tactile learners these students will benefit from recording their short stories with the
voice memo app.
Special Needs Options: - these students will benefit from help from an adult and group
work.
PROCEDURES
Introduction/ Lesson Set
To begin, the students will have a discussion on verbs and adjectives and how adverbs are
related.

Body

& Transitions
The students will download Suddenly Alligator on the Kindle app on the iPads.
The students will then read the story and discuss in groups what adverbs were used.
Next, the students will write a short story using 5 comparative and 5 superlative
adverbs on Word Processor.
The students will submit their stories to grammerly.com to check for any errors in
their writing.

Closure The students will record their stories on a voice recorder app. They will put
emphasis on every adverb and share with the class later.
ASSESSMENT
Diagnostic: Students will be monitored on knowledge of former lessons during the opening
lecture of adverbs. (Objective 1)
Formative: The students will discuss what adverbs were used in Suddenly Alligator in
groups. (Objective 1)
Summative: The students will write short stories using 5 comparative adverbs and 5
superlative adverbs. (Objective 2)
MATERIALS
iPad
Kindle App
Laptops
Voice Recorder App

EXTENTED ACTIVITIES If Student Finishes Early


If students finish early in class they may play games on adverbs.
If Lesson Finishes Early
If the lesson finishes early, the students will review all parts of speech.
If Technology Fails
If technology fails, the teacher will read the Suddenly Alligator book, students will hand write
the short story, and read them to the class with emphasis on the adverbs.