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  1. Questions and Exclamations Ashley Hamlin December 8, 2011 * Click the sound icon on each slide to hear narration.

  2. Class Background • Nardin Academy • Private, Catholic • Buffalo School District • Nicole Wright • First Grade

  3. Student Background • Seven students in reading group • Middle reading group • Roughly same ability in reading and math • No students with IEP’s

  4. Introduction • First unit of the school year • Already learned: • Capitalizing first word in sentence • Statements are telling sentences • Purpose of this lesson: • To become familiar with questions and exclamations in print and apply correct punctuation

  5. NYS Standard • Common Core Standard: ELA L.1.2b • CCR Anchor: Conventions of Standard English • Strand: Language (L) • Grade: First Grade • Standard: 2. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing • b. Use end punctuation for sentences.

  6. Objectives • With assistance: • identify characteristics of questions and exclamations • identify the type of sentence and write the corresponding punctuation • Independently: • correct the punctuation of questions and exclamations

  7. Essential Question • Why is it necessary to use different types of sentences while speaking and writing?

  8. Enduring Understanding • Statements, questions, and exclamations have different purposes. They allow the speaker or writer to convey meaning and requires a different type of response from the listener or reader.

  9. Guiding Questions • What are the different types of sentences we use? • What is the purpose of each type of sentence? • How do we know which type of sentence is being used? • What type of punctuation ends each type of sentence?

  10. Student Tasks • Input/Modeling • identify similarities and differences between questions and exclamations • Guided Practice • identify the type of a sentence, and write the correct punctuation • Independent Practice • correct punctuationof given sentences and write a question and an exclamation

  11. Pre Assessment Tool

  12. Post Assessment Tool

  13. Post Assessment Tool

  14. Questions and Exclamations Rubric

  15. Questions and Exclamations Rubric

  16. Questions and Exclamations Rubric

  17. Questions and Exclamations Rubric

  18. Distinguished Student Work • Rubric Score: Capitalization: 4, Punctuation: 4, Letter Formation: 4, Sentence Generation: 4

  19. Developing Student Work

  20. Developing Student Work • Rubric Score: Capitalization: 3, Punctuation: 3, Letter Formation: 4, Sentence Generation: 3 * Assessed after corrections

  21. Modifications • Moving from seats to floor • Sentence strip Venn diagram • Choosing who reads each characteristic • Varied prompting during SMARTBorad activity

  22. Reflection • Extension activities • Finding examples in print • Online game • Modification table • Vocal inflections while reading