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Created by : Taylor Lanio DAILY LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE (CORE) Date developed

Preliminary Information
LESSON: 4 Date of Lesson: 6/19/14
Grade: 3
Number of Students: 20
Course/Subject: ELA
Unit/Theme:Module 4, Unit 3, Main Idea/Key
Period/Time:60 minutes
Estimated Duration: 1 ELA Block
Where in the unit does this lesson occur?
Beginning of the unit X
Middle of the unit
End of the unit
Structure(s) or grouping for the lesson (underline any that apply):
Whole class X
Small group
Other (specify)

1. GOALS: What are your goals for student learning, and why are they appropriate for these
students at this time?
Big Idea or Concept Being Taught
Determining the Main Idea and Key details of the text Ryan Hreljac: The Boy Who Built a Well

Student Learning Goal(s)/Objective(s):
(Identify 1 or 2 goals for students; below your goals state how you will communicate the goals to students.)
Students will determine the Main Idea of a text
Students will determine the Key Details supporting the Main Idea of a text

(List the Common Core Learning Standards or other discipline-specific standards addressed in this Common lesson.)
I can answer questions using specific details from informational texts (RI 3.1)
I can determine the main idea (RI 3.2)
I can retell key idea from informational texts(RI 3.2)(RI 3.4)

ISTE standards-Communication and collaboration
Students use digital media and environments to
communicate and work collaboratively, including
at a distance, to support individual learning and
contribute to the learning of others.
a. Interact, collaborate, and publish with peers,
experts, or others employing a variety of digital
environments and media
b. Communicate information and ideas effectively
to multiple audiences using a variety of media
and formats

2. ASSESSMENT: How will you know and document the extent to which students make
progress towards or meet your goals?
Evidence and Assessment of Student Learning
(How will you know whether students are making progress toward your learning goal[s], and/or how will you assess the
extent to which they have met your goal[s]?)
Ticket out (5-10 minutes) What did you learn about the Main Idea/Key details of a text? Did you enjoy collaborating and
learning new information from your peers? Include Anchor chart recording examples from student responses for both
main ideas and details of the text.

3. THE LESSON: How will you support students to meet your goals?
Launch/Hook/Anticipatory Set
(How will you get the lesson started? What questions, texts, inquiry, modeling, and/or other techniques will you use to
engage students?)
(10-15 minutes) 1- Engaging the reader, What is a main idea? What is a detail? How do we find them in the text? Record
definitions of both on Anchor chart/Smart board.
2- Introduce Text, What do you think the book is going to be about looking at the picture and title?
3- Purpose for reading, finding the main idea/key details while listening to story

Explore/Instructional Strategies
(How will students engage with ideas/texts to develop understandings; what questions will you ask; how will you promote
question generation/discussion; how will you address the academic language demands? Detail your plan. Note: For math
lesson plans, please write or attach every task/problem students will solve during the lesson.)
(20-25 minutes) 1- Read aloud text Ryan Hreljac: The Boy Who Built a Well from Canada who is determined to help
people from Uganda. Use map to point out both countries.
2-Prior to reading, Why might he want to help?
3- Read Aloud
4- Independent work, Students will go back to seat and use using laptop or ipads or to answer question
of 1 Main Idea and 1 Key Detail. Share first 1 main detail with class. Next, share 1 key detail from text with class.

(How will you bring closure to the lesson?)
Sharing with class main idea and details that were shared. Discuss benefits of using TodaysMeet for answering questions
and sharing ideas with peers.

(How will you address the needs of all learners in this lesson, i.e., how will you respond to diversity among students in such
areas as prior knowledge, ability level, learning needs, cultural background, and English language proficiency?)
Post questions/directions on board, reread text/passages, wait time, Assistance from peers and teachers, Use Main
Idea/Detail graphic organizer to write down thoughts before typing.

Resources and Materials
2- Map to compare countries from text
3- Ipads/Computers for each student
4- Anchor chart/smart board/white board
5- Graphic organizer for students to write out their thoughts before sharing on computer with others