Elem. Educators
Fri Jun 5, 2015 16:19

First Grade Language Experience Approach Lesson
Elem. Educators: Dana Cox, Karley Ingold, Kaitlin Parson, and Molly Smith

  • Module 2: Lesson Plan Sharing - Brooke Hardin, Wed May 27 22:57
    You will submit your lesson plan by either uploading it or sharing a link to it here. Each group will initially post to this post and then feedback will be given in the form of replies to your... more
    • Navila Castro Lesson Plan - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 6 18:42
      • Navila Castro group - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 6 18:48
        Navila Castro and I am in the Lower elementary group with Tavia Cathey,Mary Bennet, Marcela Buezo, and Erica Hunter.
    • "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Sat Jun 6 15:25
      "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan Group Members: Rachel Caldwell, Jacob Hines, Allison Powers, Sonya Summey
      • Re: "Supa Squad" Lesson Plan - Karley Ingold, Sat Jun 6 23:08
        I also really liked having a visual aid for the setting of the classroom. It looked like you put a lot of thought and effort into making it and the layout seems like a good environment for your... more
      • Supa Squad Lesson Plan Feedback - parsonkl, Sat Jun 6 19:10
        First off, I wanted to note that the setting of the classroom is very inviting. It seems like a very appropriate setting. If I were a second grader in this classroom, the beanbag area would probably... more
      • Supa Squad Lesson Feedback - coxdm, Sat Jun 6 17:53
        I love the specific description of the classroom setting. I think that it was a great idea to have an area set up for the students to go if they need a break. This is comforting to students to know... more
    • ASU Seniors Lesson Plan - ASU Seniors, Sat Jun 6 15:07
      Group Members: Nicholas Flippen, Cassidy Milosh, Rebecca McVey, Madison Broome, and Brittany Vallas... more
      • Lesson Plan Feedback for ASU Seniors - Allison Powers, Sat Jun 6 21:54
        Wow! You guys did such a great job! I thought the way you described your student was impressive. I appreciated that you talked about his strengths first, but also addressed his major areas of need.... more
      • Feedback - Sonya Summey, Sat Jun 6 21:08
        I know that this is a theoretical student, but I love him already. The situation was very realistic and it is a very common aspect of ASD for the student not to be able to connect with the characters ... more
      • ASU Seniors Lesson Review - Rachel Caldwell, Sat Jun 6 20:55
        Like Jacob said, I enjoyed your lesson plan and how it implies to both school and life. I am glad you took the information we learned last week and tied it into a great and easy to follow lesson.... more
      • Re: ASU Seniors Lesson Plan - hinesjd, Sat Jun 6 18:38
        I love yall's lesson plan; it is very easy to understand and very practical for the classroom. I really like how it is design to help John makes strides that will impact both in and out of school... more
    • CCCTI Cohort - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 12:16
      Sarah Baier, Britt Hatcher, Angie Helton, Amy Hildebran. Here is the link to our Lesson Plan.... more
      • CCCTI Cohort Lesson feedback - andersenal, Sat Jun 6 19:49
        Glow: I think that the book and focus was well-suited for the students with ASD. You mentioned how neither of them had many friends so I loved that the focus of the lesson was about why friendship is ... more
      • Please Note - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 16:40
        Please note that this lesson plan is for the entire class not just for the individual ASD student
      • Feedback for CCCTI Cohort Lesson Plan - brigmanhd, Sat Jun 6 15:33
        Glow: First off, there were many great things about your lesson. I really liked that you gave detailed background knowledge about individuals with ASD in addition to specific characteristics of the... more
      • Re: CCCTI Cohort - lavertyse, Sat Jun 6 15:13
        Give a Glow: There were a few things I liked about your lesson plan. I liked how you wanted to lesson to focus on teaching idioms. We learned that idioms are hard for students with ASD to understand, ... more
      • Feedback for CCCTI Lesson Plan - Jordan Seagraves, Sat Jun 6 13:28
        Give a Glow: I really think you did a nice job thinking through some of the comprehension questions. Some of the questions are very simple and straight forward comprehension and others require making ... more
        • Try Again - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 13:32
          Hi, Look to see if it is there now. It is in the first sentence.
    • The Educators Emergent Literacy Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 6 11:05
      Group Members: Liz Brawley, Nicole Cornacchio, Jean Milton and Cynthia Trickel. Here is a link to our lesson plan:
      • Reply: Lesson Plan - K. Madison Broome, Sun Jun 7 21:16
        I really enjoyed reading through all the details of your lesson plan! You guys really thought it out well, including several students and detailed dialogue of the actual lesson. I appreciated your... more
      • Reply-Lesson Plan - Rebecca McVey, Sat Jun 6 22:57
        I love so many aspects of your lesson plan. Every student is thoroughly described allowing a substitute to know exactly what to expect. I will say that some terminology may be hard to understand for... more
      • Feedback for The Educators - miloshcl, Sat Jun 6 16:13
        Wow! The first thing I notice about your lesson plan is it would be perfect to hand to a substitute teacher and the substitute would be able to follow step by step directions to implement the lesson... more
      • RE: The Educators Emergent Literacy Lesson Plan - Nicholas Flippen, Sat Jun 6 15:19
        You guys have a fantastic lesson plan! It's both creative and very detailed. I really appreciated the time you took to add detail and describe several different students and the setting. The steps to ... more
    • The Best Group's Lesson Plan - brownrf, Sat Jun 6 09:47
      Here is the link to our lesson plan...
      • Re: The Best Group's Lesson Plan - Tracy Nicole Cornacchio, Fri Jun 12 18:53
        I really like how you connect the book to the students lives by asking them what kind of cookies they like and what they like to drink with cookies. I also love how you brought the book to life by... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - Cynthia Trickel, Sat Jun 6 12:33
        Instructional goals: The goals were well written with the rationale of why these goals were being taught. You also tied in future lesson examples for being able to apply learned goals. Giving the... more
      • Potential activites - brawleyeo, Sat Jun 6 10:30
        I was wondering if you would be using this book as part of a unit or if it was just selected as part of a daily reading activity. I think this is a great book you could use in a variety of different... more
      • Really Good Book - Jean Milton, Sat Jun 6 10:15
        I enjoyed viewing the lesson plan. I kept thinking of how cool it would be to actually incorporate the things into the story into the classroom while reading or as a teaser before reading the book. I ... more
      • CAR Strategy - brawleyeo, Sat Jun 6 10:15
        I really appreciated how you anticipated the questions and comments for each page! Very thorough! It's really easy to see how you implemented the CAR strategy, with the comment, ask, and reply... more
    • Lesson Plan-The Specialist - Stacy Huffman, Fri Jun 5 22:51
      Emergent Literacy Lesson Plan- First Grade- Lauren Livingston, Megan White, Sara Pappas, Mary Carsley, Stacy Huffman... more
      • New Lesson Plan link - Stacy Huffman, Sat Jun 6 15:11
        • RE: The Specialist Lesson Plan - hildebranak, Sat Jun 6 22:01
          I think this is a great plan for your student. It looks like you may be a teacher and you know what should be on and how a lesson plan should look. I think you are doing a great job showing what... more
        • Re: New Lesson Plan link - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 21:54
          I really liked this. The layout was great and you all did a great job explaining Myra and how to work with her. If I were a substitute teacher and I read that I would have a great idea of what works... more
        • Re: New Lesson Plan link - Sarah Baier, Sat Jun 6 19:36
          I liked the layout of your lesson plan a lot! I liked that you had waiting time instruction because that is important when asking a student a question. I liked the amount of modeling being used and I ... more
        • Modeling - Angie Helton, Sat Jun 6 16:13
          I think the lesson plan has some good characteristics and is simply done. Modeling from the teacher will definitely benefit Myra because of the guidance. I like that Myra is only working on beginning ... more
      • Please Fix - Britt Hatcher, Sat Jun 6 12:51
        I am unable to access your lesson plan to give feedback.
        • new link - Stacy Huffman, Sat Jun 6 15:12
          I have added a new link. Please see if this one will work. Not sure what the issue was with the other one? Sorry.
      • Can't access the lesson plan - Angie Helton, Sat Jun 6 12:39
        I am not able to access your groups lesson plan to give feedback. Angie
        • new link - Stacy Huffman, Sat Jun 6 15:12
          I have posted a new link. Please see if that one will work. Sorry.
    • Emergent Literacy Lesson Plan - Lower Elementary , Fri Jun 5 20:18
      Erica Phelps, Tavia Cathey, Mary Chandler Armistead, Marcela Buezo, Navila Castro
      • reply Lower Elementary - rognstadgr, Sun Jun 7 17:00
        I really enjoyed your lesson plan. I like how in depth you went with the students strengths and weaknesses. It was very clear what the goal of the lesson was and what you wanted the student to... more
      • Re: name mistake - bennettmc, Sat Jun 6 22:42
        Sorry Navila, I confused you by putting my maiden name, but it should say "Mary Bennett" not "Armistead"
      • RE: Lower Elementary Lesson Plan - hillaryyarbrough, Sat Jun 6 11:16
        I love this lesson plan. I really liked all the details that you guys added about your classroom, student, and plan itself. The plan was very easy to follow if I were the substitute. I really liked... more
        • Re: Hillaryyarbrough - bennettmc, Sat Jun 6 22:31
          Thanks Hillary! We thought it was a good book choice as well, the rhymes in the book are fun for kids!
      • Lower Elem. Lesson - Amanda Wallace, Fri Jun 5 21:01
        It looks like you put a lot of thought into this lesson. I really appreciate all the detail in the setting, including the area for which the students come from, and all the specific detail about the... more
        • Re: Lower Elem. Lesson - Megan Rembert, Sun Jun 7 13:28
          im sorry I couldn't access your plan. It made me request access and I never got it. I'm sure it was great!
        • be more explicit - catheyt, Sat Jun 6 14:13
          Thats a great point: we should be explicit about what to say. Thanks for the feedback!
    • Elem. Educators - coxdm, Fri Jun 5 16:19
      • RE: lesson plan - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 6 20:09
        Great layout! I like that I could visualize how your lesson plan would play out for the student with ASD. I like that the lesson plan revolved around something concrete, visual and easy to relate... more
      • Re: elementary educators lesson plan - Stacy Huffman, Sat Jun 6 15:29
        I really like the way that you guys used a shared experience to base your literacy lesson on. I think that this concept works beautifully because it is typically something that the kids are excited... more
        • Shared Experiences - carsleymm, Sat Jun 6 17:06
          I love the concept of using a shared experience for a literacy lesson. I actually do it all the time with my high school students in my self-contained EC classroom. It's a technique I learned in my... more
      • real life experiences - catheyt, Sat Jun 6 14:10
        I liked the link to real life experiences with the snow. First you took the kids out to see the snow, then brought that experience back to write about. This gives the children more ideas to add and... more
      • Great Lesson! - whitemb2, Sat Jun 6 10:59
        I found your lesson to be very detailed. You discussed everything you were going to do down to the time of day it was and the environment of the classroom. I loved the idea of using a group activity... more
      • Reply to Elem. Ed. Lesson Plan - Erica Phelps, Fri Jun 5 19:46
        I thought that you put a lot of thought and detail into your lesson plan. I liked how you described the setting and each activity in depth. I think that an LEA is a great way to teach emergent... more
    • ASU 4+1 group lesson plan - ASU 4 + 1 , Thu Jun 4 21:33
      This is the link to the ASU 4+1 group lesson plan.
      • Reply to ASU 4+1 Lesson Plan - Maggie Horne, Sat Jun 6 14:49
        Great minds think alike, I love your choice of book! I believe that it is a book that will interest many students. You were very detailed while describing Caleb's characteristics and setting in the... more
      • Feedback for ASU 4+1 Lesson Plan - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 6 13:05
        What a coincidence that we both used similar books! I really liked the lesson plan and how simple it was and very easy to follow as a substitute. I thought going back to review where the front page... more
      • Response to 4+1 Lesson Plan - brownrf, Sat Jun 6 09:55
        This lesson plan is great! It is very simple and straight to the point. It would be very easy for a substitute teacher to follow and perform. One thing that I really like is the behavior chart that... more
      • Reply to: ASU 4+1 - Hunter Hastings, Sat Jun 6 08:40
        It's so funny that y'all chose to “If You Give a Moose a Muffin” by Laura Joffe Numeroff. We chose to do "If you give a Mouse a Cookie". Anyway, I think this a simple lesson plan that gives a lot of... more
      • Link to SHARED document - ASU 4 + 1 , Fri Jun 5 22:14
        If you had trouble viewing the first one, hopefully this link will work!
    • Student Teachers- Emergent Literacy Lesson Plan - hillaryyarbrough, Thu Jun 4 21:01 There is the link for our lesson plan. Our group is the Student Teachers. Hillary ... more
      • ASU 4+1 Reply - Chelsea King, Sat Jun 6 23:18
        I thought your lesson plan was great! After student teaching in a classroom for children with Autism, I truly loved your goal and thought it was very appropriate for your student described. Your... more
      • Student Teacher's Lesson Plan reply - Hayden Porter, Sat Jun 6 23:05
        There's so much good stuff in this lesson plan. I love the book you chose to work with, a great choice for the students you described. The way you broke the students up into reading groups based on... more
      • ASU 4+1 Reply - Ali Carr, Sat Jun 6 13:10
        I really enjoyed reading your lesson plan. I liked how you split up the students into groups and gave them a book based on their reading level. I think that this is a great way to positively teach... more
      • Response to Lesson Plan - Rebecca Wiggins, Sat Jun 6 13:00
        I really like your lesson plan. I think it is a great example of the CAR emergent reader lesson plan that we learned about in this week's lectures. I think it is great that you have allotted time at... more
        • reply rebecca wiggins - rognstadgr, Sun Jun 7 17:10
          You make a very good point. It would have been good to provide the substitute with additional information about the CAR method! Thank you for the feed back!!
    • Elementary Ed Lesson Plan - McKenzi Davis, Thu Jun 4 09:42 Sarah Luckado, McKenzi Davis, Kelsie Fender, and Kelly MacDonald.
      • Reply to Elementary ed. Group plan - Navila Castro, Sat Jun 6 19:01
        I really liked your ASD student characteristics section. The description really shows good use of behavior examples like speech, and let's the substitute know that when he seems to act defiant, it... more
      • RE:Elementary Ed Lesson Plan - tatem1, Sat Jun 6 00:55
        Wow, you all did great! If I were a substitute in this classroom, I would know exactly what to do; there wouldn't be any confusion or guessing. I love how you all added a picture of the room's... more
      • Re: Elementary Ed Lesson Plan - bennettmc, Thu Jun 4 19:45
        Sarah, McKenzi, Kelsie, and Kelly, First of all, I think y'all did an awesome job. The lesson plan was so detailed, I feel like I could take this and easily apply it if I were a teacher. Here are two ... more
    • Class of 2015 Emergent Literacy Plan - lavertyse, Wed Jun 3 19:51
      The following link is available for view for anyone at Appalachian State.
      • Comments on Class of 2015 Emergent Literacy Plan - Kelsie Fender, Sat Jun 6 20:36
        This was a phenomenal lesson plan! I think all aspects of the lesson were clear and concise even down to the amount of time to give students to answer each question. I love the car method because it... more
      • response to Emergent Literacy Plan - Lauren Livingston, Sat Jun 6 07:53
        Hey! This was a very well laid out lesson plan that was created and could be used within any classroom. I like this lesson plan because the student with ASD is included and engaged within the... more
      • Lesson plan feedback - luckadooso, Fri Jun 5 07:37
        Wow! Your lesson plan was very comprehensive and easy to follow for someone just coming into your classroom. It is helpful that you mention that a TA will be in the room to help as well, relieving... more
      • Class of 2015 lesson plan feedback - macdonaldke, Thu Jun 4 19:48
        Wow, your lesson plan was really comprehensive and I feel it would beneficial to the student you have described the the ASD characteristics. Some strong points were the book you chose, I love Eric... more
      • I really liked this lesson plan and thought that it was a great way to address what we learned about Emergent Literacy in this week's module. I like how the text addresses the student's interests. I... more
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