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Molloy College

Division of Education

Lesson Plan

Student Sarah Rambo Professor Wisnewski


Course EDU 329 Date 04/12/17
Grade Topic 1st grade Nouns Content Area: ELA

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

After reading the book, Mrs. Spitzers Garden, students will identify and categorize the nouns in
the book as a person, place, or thing by correctly placing at least three nouns in each category.

NYS-CCLS / +NYS STANDARDS AND INDICATORS

Common Core ELA & Literacy Standards


Language: Conventions of Standard English (L.1.1b)

Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing
or speaking. b. Use common, proper, and possessive nouns.
Indicator: This will be evident when students complete the interactive notebook by
identifying and categorizing nouns to a full understanding.

INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES
Two large noun poster boards
The students black speckled interactive notebooks
The teachers copy of Mrs. Spitzers Garden
The students copy of Mrs. Spitzers Garden
The plural Noun Worksheet
An assistive technology device for typing
Template #1 for the students interactive notebooks
Nouns Reference Card
All About Nouns English Software
Nouns Quizziz
Jumpstart Advanced 1st grade computer software

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MOTIVATION

Students will stand in a circle and review what they learned the day before about nouns
by tossing the globe to a peer. The student with the globe must think of a noun that
pertains to the Earth.

DEVELOPMENTAL PROCEDURES

1. Students will review nouns with the two large poster boards saying what nouns are that
the students created the day before with the teacher facilitating their responses. (Can
anyone recite what we learned yesterday about nouns? Give me some examples.)
2. Students will read Mrs. Spitzers Garden together as a class on the rug as a read aloud.
(By investigating the cover, what do you think the book is about? Why do you think Mrs.
Spitzer knows so many things? Do you see any similarities or difference in Mrs. Spitzers
classroom compared to your classroom? Why do you think Mrs. Spitzer likes to garden?)
3. Students will go back to their seats and the teacher will demo how to set up each column
either People, Place, Thing, or Idea on Template #1. (Who can point out where I am
supposed to place these words on the template?)
4. Students will paste the templates into their interactive notebooks.
5. Students will label each column in Template #1 person, place, thing, or idea from left to
right.
6. Students take out their own copy of Mrs. Spitzers Garden.
7. Students will read each page and identify the nouns throughout the entire book.
8. Students will decide if each noun is a person, place, thing, or idea and then place the noun
in the correct column.
9. Students will raise their hand to get Template #1 checked when they are finished.

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

Modeling
Indicator: Modeling is evident when the teacher demonstrates how to properly cut out the
template that will get pasted into their interactive notebooks.

Discussion
Indicator; Discussion is evident when reading the book, Mrs. Spitzers Garden, as a class,
and when deep thinking questions are asked throughout the book.

Molloy College, Division of Education, Rockville Centre, NY 11571


Revised 10/25/16
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ADAPTATIONS

To adapt to the needs of a student that broke his arm, that student will be provided an assistive
technology device that will allow him to type his answers so he can still participate.

DIFFERENTIATION OF INSTRUCTION
Struggling Students
Struggling students have a Nouns Reference Card on their desk with samples of nouns and
samples of nouns highlighted in a sentence.
Average Students
Average students will complete the template that categorizes the nouns as people, places, things,
and idea.
Advanced Students
Advanced students will be given the template and then a worksheet that asks them to identify the
proper nouns written on the page.

ASSESSMENT

This student will be assessed of their knowledge of the lesson by correctly completing Template
#1 in their interactive notebook.

INDEPENDENT PRACTICE
Students will complete the Nouns Quizizz.com evaluation to further improve what was taught in
the class that day and provide immediate feedback to their teacher.

FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES: DIRECT TEACHER INTERVENTION AND


ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

Direct Teacher Intervention


The teacher will play ISpy with the students with items randomly around the room. The students
will have to determine if that object is a person, place, thing, or idea.

Academic Enrichment
Students will spend time on the computer using the JumpStart Advanced 1st Grade software.

Molloy College, Division of Education, Rockville Centre, NY 11571


Revised 10/25/16
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References

Noun Worksheets. (n.d.) Retrieved April 12.2017, from

https://www.superteacherworksheets.com/nouns.html

JumpStart advanced 1st grade [Computer software]. (n.d.)

Molloy College, Division of Education, Rockville Centre, NY 11571


Revised 10/25/16
*edTPA academic language
Molloy College, Division of Education, Rockville Centre, NY 11571
Revised 10/25/16
*edTPA academic language