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Throughout the course, you will be building a literacy lesson plan that incorporates a piece of children’s literature. This week you will begin developing the lesson by identifying the standard, goal, and objective for the lesson plan. You may refer to the Week 1 Lesson Plan Interactive for assistance.

To prepare for this assignment,

Review the

Week 1 Lesson Plan Assignment Template

to complete the assignment.

Include the following in this assignment:

State the standard for the lesson.

Identify the goal of the lesson.

State the lesson objective.

Lesson Plan – Your Name Here
(Week 1 Lesson Plan Assignment)
Content Area or Developmental Focus: Literacy
Age/Grade of Children: Put the age here that matches the standard you are choosing.
Length of Lesson: 30-45 minutes
Choose one of these standards for use in your final lesson plan. Copy/paste ONE into the box
below.
Preschool Standard:
Strand 2 Concept 1 Concepts of Print Indicator and Example C
Recognizes that letters are grouped to form words.
Kindergarten Standard:
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas K.RL.9
With prompting and support, compare and contrast the adventures and experiences of characters
in familiar stories.
1st Grade Standard:
Integration of Knowledge and Ideas 1.RL.7
Use illustrations and details in a story to describe its characters, setting, or events.
2nd Grade Standard: Key Ideas and Details 2.RL.2
Recount stories, including fables and folktales from diverse cultures, and determine their central
message, lesson, or moral.
3rd Grade Standard: Key Ideas and Details 3.RL.1
Ask and answer questions to demonstrate understanding of a text, referring explicitly to the text
as the basis for the answers.
Standard
In the next box, write out your goal for the lesson, based on the standard you just chose. You
may use goals that were presented in the interactive. Remember that the goal:
• is the purpose of the lesson.
• is something the students can accomplish in one lesson.
Developed by Kristina Bodamer and Jennifer Zaur, Full-Time Faculty, College of Education, ECE/CD Department
Updated 2-21-19
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needs to focus on literacy.
Goal
(This must be something
that can be taught in one
lesson.)
In the box below, write out your objective for the lesson, based on the standard and goal you are
choosing. You may use objectives that were presented in the interactive. Remember that the
objective:
• must closely match the goal.
• must use an appropriate verb that allows you to measure their learning (identify,
sequence, sort, predict, compare, or label).
• should start with: “By the end of this lesson students will be able to (identify, sequence,
sort, predict, compare, label) …”.
Objective
(By the end of this
lesson, students will be
able to….)
Developed by Kristina Bodamer and Jennifer Zaur, Full-Time Faculty, College of Education, ECE/CD Department
Updated 2-21-19

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