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Name: Tony Breska

Date: May 23, 2016

Lesson Title: Websters Coming
Grade Level: 4th
Type of lesson: Whole Class
Instructional Strategies Used: Read Aloud, Teacher Modeling, Class
Content Area: Reading
Subject Matter: Comprehension
Content Standard:
Identify the reasons and evidence a speaker provides to support particular
Interpret information presented visually, orally, or quantitatively.
Engage effectively in a range of collaborative discussions.
ELD Standard:
Supporting own pieces and evaluating others opinions in speaking and writing.
Lesson Objective: BTEOTL the students will be able to analyze information
from the text and understand relationships.
Formative: Group observation and discussion will take place throughout the
Summative: Product Based- teacher will be able to read the students response
journals whenever desired.
Lesson Modification:
EL: Student will be sitting next to bilingual students in the class, as well have her
worksheet provided to her in Spanish.
Special Needs Student: Student will have designated seating at a table in the
back of the class away from any distractions.
Doc Camera
Discuss with the students relationships that they have with their family and
How does this differ from the relationship we have with our pets?
Talk about the book cover, what do they think the story is going to be
Read the story to the students
Discuss any key vocabulary terms that may come up during the reading.

Post a list of questions on the doc camera.
Go over the questions.
Give students about 3 minutes to answer some of the questions with the
group and then discuss the answers as a class.
Where is Cooper at the beginning of the story?
What does Coopers mother explain while they are waiting for
How old is Webster?
What kind of dog is Webster?
After we have answered the questions explain to the students that they are
going to be keeping a response journal every day in their chromebooks.
Open up a new document Title it Webster response journal and write
todays date.
Journal Question- (Remember a time when you were reunited with a loved
one. Write about your experience. What were the circumstances? What
happened when you were reunited? How did you feel? What did you do?
Overall this lesson went very well. The students seemed to really enjoy
the first part of the story that we will be reading over the next couple
days. The students were engaged in the discussion and brought some
meaningful ideas to the table. If I were to do the lesson over again, I
would write out my own answer to the journal question to show the
students. Some of the students had a difficult time coming up with an
idea to talk about, and if I would have provided them with an example
these difficulties could of potentially been avoided.