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Name: David Fitch


Week 14

Carry them out Week 15-

Week of Nov 28.


Day to be implemented during week 15: 11-30-05

Lesson Plan for


Group Time Planning
Two (2) of these are required for week 15.

The following format is to be used in planning for group time. Turn one copy into your mentoring teacher and one
copy to me-one week ahead of time.

1) Transition to Group Area (rug area): Sing bring your feet to the rug and sit on your bottoms.

Pre-story or attention getting activity-Choose one and describe

Finger play With Props

Flannel board finger play (not a story)


√ Puppet I will pretend the dog is whispering to me and asking if he can stay for group time.
Finger play

Focus of Group Time-Book or Flannel board Story (choose one or the other, Do not use book to present flannel board
story)
A puppy that is always late coming home one night finds there is no dessert for him.

Name of book or flannel board story: The Poky Little Puppy

(Visit the library to choose an age appropriate book. You can place other books in library for children to use during free
or self-selection choice time. Do not use book from your classroom.

Discussion-2 or 3 questions about book: (choose from attached list)

1) Dose anybody remember what the sing say at the end of the story?

2) Can you show me how the puppies dog the hole?

3) What is your favorite part?

Transition out of Activity I will pretend the dog is whispering to me and telling who is ready to go activity.
Language and Literacy In Early Care and Education
ECE 103
Lesson plan Assignment

Name: David Fitch

Name of book: The Poky Little Puppy

Plot: A puppy that is always late coming home one night finds there is no dessert for him.

Age group you would recommend for this book: 3-6 Years Old

1. PRE-STORY ACTIVITY –“ATTENTION GETTING” ACTIVITY: Choose one from the following list: Finger Play,
or Finger Play with Props, or Flannel Board Finger Play: Puppet

2. INTRODUCTORY COMMENT: (A comment is recommended. If you ask a question, you have to be prepared
responses.) For this lesson plan, use an introductory comment: I wonder what the poky little puppy is about?

3. FOLLOWING THE STORY: CONCLUDING QUESTIONS


(FOUR QUESTIONS-You generally would ask only one or two, but complete the following four for this assignment.)

1. A question that requires remembering “Recognition and Recall”


Dose anybody remember what the sing say at the end of the story?

2. A question that requires reasoning-“Comprehension and Analysis”

WHY? Why did the puppies dig the hole?

3. A question that requires a “Demonstration of Skills”

SHOW? Can you show me how the puppies dog the hole?

4. A question that requires judgment, imagination, or solution to problems-“Synthesis”

WHAT WOULD YOU DO? What would you do if your puppy kept on getting out?

5. What is your favorite part? (Children answer this!)

6, TRANSITION ACTIVITY (to next activity): Use your finger play with props to dismiss a few children at a time.
Describe how you will do this. Make it short and fun! I will pretend the dog is whispering to me and telling who
is ready to go activity.

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