Lesson Plan


Lesson Plan for the Week: Literacy Development

Teacher: Mr. Michaels

Grade: 5th







  • Oral Language and Vocabulary

Student will be able to interpret new vocabulary from the context

Use of chronological vocabulary to create a mini talk show

Dramatize a mini size show to using new vocabulary

  • Phonics, word patterns, and word analysis

Teacher is to introduce modeling fluent reading

  • Fluency

Student must understand the meaning of fluencysummarize a story

Practice reading fluently

Read fluently to the class

  • Reading Comprehension

Students will explore the use of think-aloud strategy

Student will vocalize interactions with text

Student will discuss connections between text and previously acquired knowledge

Assess personal level of comprehension

Use different types of responses to interact with the text.

  • Writing

At the end of the lesson the student should be able:

  • Use visual ideas to generate ideas

  • Define what a character sketch is

  • Write a character sketch


Material list, smart board, and graphic organizers

Table of alphabet,

Rules of alphabetical patterns

Two story books

A poem

Story summary chart






Manila paper



Activity 1 is to listen to my dialogue about routine

Activity 2 use the vocabulary in my talk and write them down Pupils will also practice the same


I will post a vocabulary list on smartboard

Lead discussion using oral language and the vocabulary


Every student will describe their persona, daily routine to partners

Walk around and listen to student talk

Listen to pronunciation and correct use of new vocabulary words


Consider if you have achieved your lesson objectives through asking random questions.

Provide student with clear instruction of phonics, morphological pattern of about 10-20 words

Encourage student to compare and contrast features of the words

Provide them with a guided practice to reinforce instruction

At the end of the lesson provide student with a written spelling test

Provide every time for a child to read a paragraph

Note any child having trouble with story summary

Pay attention to those children that does not know how to read fluently.`

Finally, review the summary chart and have a volunteer to read aloud.

Rap-up the lesson compliment the children on reading fluently.

Before reading

Discuss with the class on the topic of study

Present the term think-aloud

Distribute bookmark and discuss strategies

During reading

Place a copy of passage on the overhead and start the model strategy

Instruct every student to complete two paragraphs on their own

After reading

Observe on the ability of student to the use of think-aloud strategy

The teacher will conduct a motivation game for the questions and answer (Q&ampA).

Select four student to act as volunteers

They will choose random numbers and respond to the question asked

Allow them to write their answer on the board.


Display pictures on the whiteboard using LCD projector. Then ask questions about what can you see from the images, or have you been to these places

After that, present information through composing, revising, and checking the accuracy of writing, punctuation, and grammar.


The teacher will review all the lesson covers by ensuring and confirming that grammar, spelling, pronunciation, oral reading, complete fluency in reading, and writing skills.

The teacher will provide an example to students on any topic discussed before giving assessment questions and homework.