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Yulia GutsulT00434432Module 5Pre-observation interview

Yulia Gutsul

T00434432

Module 5

Pre-observation interview

The subject of this lesson is “Alphabet”.

· At the end of the class, most students may:

· Recognize words that are relevant to the letters of the specific alphabet.

· Read the various letters of the alphabet.

· Determine has given objects relating to particular letters of the alphabet.

· Demonstrate their vocabulary

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State Standards related to the Learning Segment and Central Focus:

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.2

Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.K.2.b

Count, pronounce, blend, and segment syllables in spoken words.

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Assessment:

I will provide observation, because of their age 4-5 y.o. I will observe how students can recognize letters, their vocabulary and knowledge of sounds.

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Materials/resources: I will use magnetic board and letters, Alphabet chart and cards with letters with pictures

· Students have different level of knowledge, I have Inclusive class, a lot of ESL students, because of it I will use different activities to learn Alphabet and improve their vocabulary.

· Students are ESL and native English speaking, so I can translate some instructions for them or repeat them. I will support them with prompts and phrases such as “Awesome job! Good!”

· Area to grow- is always improving vocabulary of ESL students.

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