Nt1310 Unit 1 Assignment

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Lesson Standard- Grade 1: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 1 reading and content, choosing flexibly from an array of strategies.
a. Use sentence-level content as a clue to the meaning of a word or phrase.

Lesson Goal/Objective- The students will learn to identify words with multiple and similar meanings. The students will be able to recognize the meaning of the word using the context of the sentence.

Description of Unit- ELD Standard

List of Tier 2- High Frequency/Multiple Meaning Vocabulary-

List of Tier 3- Low Frequency, Context- Specific Vocabulary-

List of Tier 1- Basic Vocabulary

For this language lesson, I would be reading the book, "Peter
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Another example I would use, would be a picture of 'Peter Rabbit' running, which could be an illustration of the vocabulary words 'wandered' or 'scampered'. During the reading of the story 'Peter Rabbit', I will point to the vocabulary word in the pocket chart and ask my students, 'what is this word'? and we will say it together; example: 'Trembling'. I would then ask the students a comprehension question like; 'What was Peter Rabbit doing'? A students response could be; 'Peter Rabbit was trembling with fright'.

An activity that I would have the students do is the sorting of the vocabulary words with similar meanings. I would demonstrate this activity by using the word 'road'. I would have my students pick out the vocabulary word from the story that had a similar meaning as the word 'road', which would be 'lane'. Once they were able to identify the vocabulary word from the story, I would ask them if they could tell me another word that may have a similar meaning from our lists of words. For example, the students would find the word 'street'. Once I had gone over

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