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Nicole Infantino Dr.

McDermott
EDU 332 November 21, 2016
Grade Kindergarten Topic: Rhyming English Language Arts

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES (s) (Lesson Objective(s)*)

After listening to the book Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss, students will complete a matching

green egg rhyming activity with a partner matching at least 3 of the rhyming pairs correctly.

NYS-CCLS / +NYS STANDARDS AND INDICATORS

ELA & Literacy Standard (NYS-CCLS)

Reading: Foundational Skills- Phonological Awareness (RL.K.2)

Students will demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).

a) Recognize and produce rhyming words.

Indicator: This will be evident when the students are listening to the book and

recognizing the rhyming words and when they are completing the green egg rhyming words

matching activity.

Writing: Text Types and Purposes- (W.K.1)

1. Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose opinion pieces in which

they tell a reader the topic or the name of the book they are writing about and state an

opinion or preference about the topic or book (e.g., My favorite book is . . .).

Indicator: This will be evident when the students are completing the writing activity

about what they like to eat and where they like to eat it.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

Rhyming PowerPoint

Green Rhyming Eggs


Dr. Seuss Rhyming Word Sort Handout

Rhyming Words Handout

Green Eggs and Ham.. and Me handout

MOTIVATION (Engaging the learner(s)*)

Teacher will have pictures on the board of objects that rhyme.

DEVELOPMENTAL PROCEDURES

(Including Key Questions)

1. Teacher will have pictures on the board of objects and words that rhyme. For example,

teacher will have a picture of a mouse, a house, a box, and a fox, (What do you notice

about these words?) (Do they rhyme?)

2. Teacher will have pictures on the board of words along with pictures that do not rhyme.

For example, teacher will have pictures of a boy, a girl, a tree, and a car. (What do you

notice about these words?) (Do they rhyme?)

3. Teacher will define and explain what a rhyme is. (Can you think of any words that

rhyme?) (Can you think of words that do not rhyme?)

4. Teacher will have students come over to the carpet by table for a story.

5. Teacher will introduce the book titled Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr. Seuss. (Has anyone

has this book read to them or read it on their own?)

6. Teacher will begin reading the book and tell the students to pay attention to the words

that rhyme. Teacher will stop at certain pages to ask about the rhyming words. (What

words rhyme on this page?)


7. When the teacher is done reading the book, teacher will ask students if they remember

some of the words that rhymed from the book. (Can you think of any words that rhymed

from the book?)

8. Teacher will have students go back to seats by table and be ready for the next activity.

9. Teacher will explain the next activity. Students will be paired with another student and

given a set of green plastic eggs. The eggs will be separated into halves and there will be

words that rhyme on each half of the eggs. Students will have to connect the eggs

together with two words that rhyme.

10. Teacher will model an example of words that rhyme and one example of words that do

not rhyme.

11. Teacher will send the students on their way and will walk around to monitor and assess

students.

12. Teacher will review the responses the students came up with.

13. Teacher will give the students a titled Dr. Seuss Rhyming Word Sort handout to work

on. Teacher will collect it.

14. Teacher will explain the next activity. Students will be given a writing activity handout

titled I dont like green eggs and ham in a house but I like to eat in a

15. Teacher will ask students what they like to eat and where they like to eat and responses

will be on the board throughout the whole lesson.

16. Teacher will model an example for the students.


17. Students will complete the writing and activity and draw a picture along with their

writing. Teacher will walk around the room to monitor the students while they are

writing.

18. Teacher will have some students volunteer to read their wiring and teacher will collect

them after.

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES (Learning Strategies*)

Cooperative Learning

Indicator: This will be evident when the students are working together to

complete the green egg rhyming matching activity.

Direct Instruction

Indicator: This will be evident when the teacher is explaining what a rhyme is

along with examples and non-examples.

Modeling

Indicator: This will be evident when the teacher is modeling how to complete the

green egg rhyming activity and the writing activity.

ADAPTATIONS (Exceptionality*)

The student who is an English learner will be provided with a list of rhyming words with pictures

that correspond to the lesson in their native language.

The student who profiles with grapho-motor challenges will be provided with pencil grips during

the writing assignment.

DIFFERENTIATION OF INSTRUCTION

Struggling Students: Students will receive a matching rhyming word guide to help them with the

egg matching activity.


Average Students: Students will receive the Dr. Seuss Rhyming Word Sort handout with some

of the answers filled in.

Advanced Students: Students will complete the writing activity without the sentence starter.

ASSESSMENT (artifacts* and assessment [formal & informal]*)

Students will complete a matching green egg rhyming activity with a partner matching at least 4

rhyming pairs correctly.

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE

Following the lesson on rhyming words, students will pick three words from the Rhyming

Words worksheet and find three words that rhyme with the chosen word.

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES: DIRECT TEACHER INTERVENTION AND ACADEMIC

ENRICHMENT

Direct Teacher Intervention

The student, under direct intervention of the teacher, will complete a rhyme-matching handout.

Academic Enrichment

The student will have to think of words they see in their everyday life and think of words that

rhyme with that word.


REFERENCES

New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards for ... (n.d.). Retrieved November 20,

2016, from

http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/common_core_standards/pdfdocs/p12_common_core_lea

rning_standards_ela.pdf

Seuss, D. (1960). Green Eggs and Ham. NY, NY: Random House.

Schultz. (n.d.). Retrieved November 20, 2016, from

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Mrs-Schultz

Twinkl Printable Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved November 20, 2016, from

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Twinkl-Printable-Resources