TRY OUT TEACHING – Winter Quarter Before writing your PRIMARY LEVEL lesson plans for Try Out Teaching: Read the Teachers' Guide for the Sunshine or Storybox books in the Library Curriculum Room. Here you will find guidelines for conducting a shared reading lesson and developing follow-up centers. Revisit your texts, Sound Systems and Making Small Groups Work about conducting meaningful reading lessons. March 2nd and 9th Try Out Teaching: Create and submit a lesson plan for each of the following types of lessons (5 total). Each lesson should be NO LONGER THAN 15 minutes. Be prepared to teach the one by your name - that means finding and bringing the materials you need, including appropriate children's books, songs, games, etc. Use lessons from Sunshine and Storybox Teachers’ Guides (Curriculum Room), teachers’ guides in your classrooms (phonics and phonemic awareness), Sound Systems, and Making the Most of Small Groups as models but create your own lesson. A comprehension lesson using Big Book Shared Reading, ReQuest, or Guided Reading A fluency lesson A phonemic awareness lesson using songs or word games (rhyming, phoneme deletion, phoneme addition) A phonics lesson using a word game, manipulatives, a song, student written stories, or contextualized in a story A vocabulary lesson that involves action (kinesthetic movement) March 2 Comprehension Fluency Phonemic Awareness Phonics Vocabulary Group 1 Starr Kobi Rose Group 2 Group 3 Emily Group 4 Amy Sandra Katrina Kate Krystel Hannah Matt Robin Bridget Lisa Jennifer Cara Group 2 Matt Robin Katrina Kate Group 3 Krystel Bridget Lisa Emily Group 4 Jennifer March 9 Comprehension Fluency Phonemic Awareness Phonics Vocabulary Group 1 Rose Hannah Kobi Starr Amy Cara Sandra All Lesson Plans should follow the examples in the Making the Most of Small Groups Book Phonics and Phonemic Awareness lessons should include a list of Aspects of Decoding to look for Books chosen should NOT be the same ones in the Diller text—choose new books to show your ability to create these lessons! Must have a written record keeping sheet to monitor while lesson is going on—identifying 1) what you are looking for, 2) recorded notes for each student when you teach! All Materials (i.e., words lists, charts, cards, etc.) need to be developed as reference materials that I can see.