Grade: 5th
Subject: ELA
Developing Vocabulary
Learning the new vocabulary
for the story "We'll Never Forget You, Roberto Clemente"

Expected Outcome Of This Lesson Plan-
1.To be able to read, pronounce and use the new vocabulary correctly in a sentence.
2.To identify possible other meanings of the words.
Teacher Objectives-
1.When presented a vocabulary word in isolation or in a sentence the students will be able to read each word correctly to 100%.
2.When asked to use each vocabulary word correctly in a sentence the students will be able to do so to 95% accuracy.
Student Text, interactive board,teaching transparencies, worksheets, teacher made exercises.
Teaching Methods-

1. Lesson Introduction-

1.I will read each vocabulary word correctly and have the students repeat them for me.
2.I will show the students the correct definition for each word.
3.Students will copy the words and correct definitions into their vocabulary notebooks.

2. Lesson Progression-

1.I will review each word.
2.I will use each word in a sentence and ask the students to determine weather I used the word correctly or not, they will have cards that will have yes or no written on them and they will hold up the correct response.

3. Guided Practice-

1.Students will complete a worksheet on these vocabulary words either fill in the blanks of a true false exercise.
2.Students will complete the "Question of the Day" each day that uses the skill.

4. Student Practice-

1.Students will create sentences of their own using the vocabulary words.
2.Do practice book page

5. Learner Accommodations-

1.Students will receive assistance from teaching assistant as needed.
2.Skills will be taught in small blocks.

6. Assessment-

1.Students will demonstrate their understanding through oral and written questioning.
2.Students will complete a test on the new vocabulary words.

7. Lesson Closure-

1.Students will use the words orally in a sentence..
2.Students will read the words correctly in the story..
Measuring Student Progress-
1.Teacher observations of written and oral activities.

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