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LEA

Tara Kogelschatz


Published on November 25, 2014

onesonideastosmallgroupdiscussionsortasks. K.SL.2.4: Askquestionstoseekhelp,getinformation,or clarifysomethingthatisnotunderstood. K.SL.2.5: Continueaconversationthroughmultiple exchanges. Instructional Objectives which are Aligned with Core/Academic Standards 1. Students will be able to identify the characters in Red Riding Hood after listening to the story. 2. Students will be able to identify the setting of Red Riding Hood after listening to the story. 3. Students will be able to describe the characters in Red Riding Hood after discussing the story. 4. Students will be able to describe the setting in Red Riding Hood after discussing the story. 5. Students will be able to describe the events that took place in Red Riding Hood after discussing the story. 6. Students will be able to read the descriptions of the story characters and setting that the teacher writes after discussing the story. Assessment of Student Work (Attach your student-ready assessment tool or describe specifically how student achievement of each objective will be measured and documented.) Formative assessment (Informal and formal, occurring before, during, and after instruction to assess student understanding and to inform and adjust instruction): Pre-Assessment: The teacher candidate will ask students. Do you know what a character in a story is? Do you know what the setting of a story is? Assessment during lesson: The teacher candidate will engage students in discussion by asking students questions such as: Who are the characters in the book? Where is this story taking place? What events have happened in the story? Do you think that Little Red Riding Hood will notice that the wolf is pretending to be her grandmother? Post - Assessment: The teacher candidate will engage students in a rich discussion to: Describe the students’ perspectives of the characters in the story. Describe the students’ perspectives of the story’s setting. The teacher candidate will write down the perspectives of the students given orally in response to the discussion questions. Next, the teacher candidate will have the students read back what the teacher candidate has scribed. Summative assessment (formal, occurring after instruction of a unit or series of