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Intern Name:Katie Geurtsen

Tallwood High School


Cooperating Teacher: Mrs. Laura Beni
Tallwood Elementary School
Grade level: First
Subject: Language Arts
Date Taught:12-12-17
LESSON PLAN
In this lesson…
Students will be able to make predictions and ask wh and how questions about a
Overview pre-selected book based on the cover of the book.

ELA.1.6.3​ Make connections before, during, and after reading text.


ELA 1.6.4​ Ask and answer questions about a story
Standards of ELA.1.6.5​ ​Describe characters, setting, and important events. Use
illustrations to describe. Identify character traits and feelings.
Learning ELA 1.6.6​ Retell orally and in writing using BME format.
ELA 1.6.8​ Visualize information using sensory images. Find words that appeal
to the senses or that suggest feelings
How does asking and answering questions help me understand what I am
reading?
Essential Questions

Students will be able to…​ ask and answer ​who, what, when, where, why, and
how questions about a book.
Objectives

I can predict the outcome of a book by asking and answering who, what, when,
Learning Target where, why , and how questions.
Necessary Prior How to formulate questions.
Knowledge
● “Froggy’s Best Babysitter” book
● Laptops
Materials ● Kahoot
● Smart board

Read the title of the book and allow the students to come up with questions. I
will write 3-4 on the board.
Talk about the importance of asking and answering questions.. It is important to
Introduction/Hook answer questions because in order to be a good reader you have to know what is
going on in the books.

Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
1. Show cover and read title of the book and allow the students to come up
with questions. I will write 3-4 on the board. READ THEM ALL OUT
LOUD AFTER.
2. Say something like “ Good readers ask questions before they read to
help read to help them understand the story better.”
Instructional 3. Read the book and show the pictures as the book is being read ( keep the
questions posted on the board so that way the students can answer as
Activities & they go.)
Strategies 4. After done reading go over the questions on the board and allow them to
answer the questions and make connections.
5. Tell students to grab their computers and come back to the carpet.
6. Begin the Kahoot! game on the board.

Key Vocabulary or Questions: Who, What, When, Where, Why, How


Concepts
Assessments Kahoot!
Conversation- understanding reading- Go over missed questions from the
Kahoot! and make sure that the students fully understand the book and what
Closure Activity went on throughout.

Reading the questions that are on the board out loud before reading the story.
Allowing more time on the Kahoot questions.
Accommodations

Virginia Standards of Learning


Mrs Beni
VTFT Binders
Resources Sam

Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)