1. Topic-
Sequence of Events
2. Content-
Students will demonstrate comprehension by determining the sequence of events by retelling a story(first, then, finally)
Review vocabulary words from story (worried, directions, unusual, visible, situations, rumpled)
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Students will match key vocabulary words to definition
2.Students will retell story by placing events in sequential order
4. Objectives-
1.Students will work with a partner to review vocabulary words and match the word to their definition to make flash cards
2.After reading the story, students will place story event strips in order as they occurred in the story
5. Materials and Aids-
1. Key vocabulary words and their definitions, typed
2. notecards
3.Story from 3rd grade text The Lost and Found
4. Story events typed and put on strips
7.Construction paper
8.Coloring things
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.Review key vocabulary words
2.Have students pair up to play matching game and make Flashcards
3.Ask student to recall how each vocabulary word relates to the story, how is it used?

B. Development-

1.Discuss story events and sequence....first, then, finally

2.Ask students to retell what they recall from the previous day about the story (make story map with students-who are the main characters, setting, important events so far)

C. Practice-

1.Round robin read The Lost and Found
2.Discuss important events, and key facts or vocabulary

D. Independent Practice-

1.Give students activity, and complete first example together.
( Students completed another sequencing activity on the previous day about another story we read)

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Some students will need assistance cutting and gluing.
2.The class is an EC pullout reading class

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Students will take the other 4 events and put them in order based on how they happened in the story.
2.Then they will glue them to a piece of paper

G. Closure-

Students will illustrate their favorite part of the story.
7. Evaluation-
1. Success will be measured by students ordering the events correctly
2.Students being able to identify key vocabulary and their definitions
8. Teacher Reflection-
This lesson worked well. Students really enjoyed reading the story, and thought the activity was easy. Only one student had difficulty but he was able to verbally summarize the story in correct sequence.

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