The 5 W 's Of A Narrative Text Grade Level

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Name: Jessica Vanderford Pima Course: EDC286 Instructor: F. Gastelum Subject: English Language Arts Topic: The 5 W’s of a Narrative Text Grade Level: Second Lesson Duration: 45 minutes # of Native English Speakers: 21 # of ELLs (with language proficiency levels): 4 ELL students with low intermediate English language proficiency level Brief Overview of Lesson Beginning with a previously read book, students will use various learning techniques and activities to find the 5 W’s of a narrative text (who, what, where, when, and why). Teaching techniques that will be utilized are: background information, scaffolding, graphic organizers, kinesthetic work with glass beads and highlighting, oral reading, and writing assignments. Students will be assessed in the following settings: large group, small group, and individual work. This lesson is designed to take 45 minutes when taught as written, but could be expanded to an additional 45-minute lesson for the next day to build on the previous day’s work. AZ Content Standard Type out ONE AZ Standard in full Arizona Content Standard 2.RL.1 Ask and answer such questions as who, what, where, when, why, and how to demonstrate understanding of key details in a text. ELP Standard & Performance Indicator Type out ONE ELP Standard & ONE Performance Indicator in full Reading Comprehension Standard 4: The student will analyze text for expression, enjoyment, and response to other related content areas and subcategory B-3: answering questions

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