Content Area Vocabulary Lesson Plan

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  1. Choose one of the following elementary student scenarios:

    • Allington Elementary School is located in a remote, rural area. Most of the K-6 students who attend the school are from families who have farmed for generations. Boys and girls alike actively participate in the local 4-H program where they learn to sew, camp, and care for large and small animals. Many of the school children show cattle, pigs, or various other animals or pets at the county fair each summer.
    • Many of the students at Browning Elementary School live close enough to the school to be able to safely walk or ride their bikes along the tree-lined walkways. The surrounding suburb is home to a huge park, multiple soccer fields and softball diamonds, and a large public swimming pool. The Browning Elementary students take full advantage of the outdoor green spaces and sporting activities.
    • Chambers Elementary School is an urban-area charter school that emphasizes the fine arts. All students are enrolled in extensive music and art programs during the school day. Activities include jazz band, concert band, choir, chorus, drawing, painting, and sculpture. A majority of students belong to fine arts clubs that meet before and after school. The local, city-wide symphony orchestra is a patron of the school’s budding orchestra program. Parents, caregivers, and many community members attend the school’s spring entertainment extravaganza.

    Create a content area vocabulary lesson plan for your chosen group of elementary students. Decide whether your vocabulary lesson will be a small-group or whole-group lesson format. Include the following in your lesson plan:

    • A grade level and specific content area on which to focus the lesson
    • Objectives for the lesson
    • Common Core or other state reading/language arts standards to be integrated into the lesson
    • Content area standards to be addressed
    • Appropriate text or print for this group of students to listen to or read during the lesson
    • Use a text readability formula, such as Spache, Fry, Flesch, and Dale-Chall, to evaluate the readability level of the passage you select for your lesson.
    • Insert this readability level into your lesson.
    • Sequence of the lesson, including appropriate vocabulary-building strategies related to the material
    • Specific techniques, modifications, or adaptations for English language learners and students with special needs
    • Integration of technology tools into the lesson
    • An appropriate method for assessing student engagement and learning

    Consider the following questions as you create your lesson plan:

    1. In what ways might you reinforce the vocabulary introduced in your lesson plan?
    2. How can vocabulary knowledge be reinforced and expanded on a continuous basis in a content area classroom?
    3. Which readability formula did you use to assess the readability of your selected text for this lesson? What was the text’s readability level? What made this passage or text a good fit for your lesson?

    Submit your assignment.

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