Nebraska K - 3 Reading

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K-1 -“See Me” High-Frequency (Sight) Words

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 Students will use beginning sight words to confidently read and write.  This is meant as a mid to end of the year Kindergarten lesson.  It is a beginning of 1st grade lesson meant as a review and/or initial activity for students to then choose to do independently throughout the school year as they learn and add additional High-Frequency words to their base of knowledge.  

Material Type: Lesson, Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Cindy Peterson

BACK TO SCHOOL- READY OR NOT

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 Students will identify with characters in stories to understand that feelings can be shared between themselves, other characters, and other students in our World.   Students will also identify the similarities and differences between two different texts in order to understand the main idea.

Material Type: Diagram/Illustration, Lesson Plan, Reading, Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Cindy Peterson

Adverbs

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 Nebraska Standards: 3.2.2.d, 3.2.1h, 3.2.2.aTarget: Students will review and practice parts of speech, specifically adverbs with self, partners or/and class. When students know how to correctly use adverbs they can enhance thier wrting by making it more interesting, adding details, and using good word choice. Time- 20 minutesMaterials- all optional: paper, pencils, video, partner 

Material Type: Teaching/Learning Strategy

Author: Meghan Roeser

Good sentences and Exclamation Marks

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This lesson plan was created by Dawn Spurck as part of the 2020 NDE OER Project. The attached lesson plan is designed for Grade K English Language Arts students. Students will demonstrate their understanding that exclamation marks show something very exciting or make a strong statement.  Students will also give oral feedback on written sentences.  Students will proofread and make edits to sentences they write. This lesson plan addresses the following NDE Standard: NE LA O1.1.b, NE LA 0.1.1.e, NE LA 0.1.1.f, NE LA 0.2.1 f, and NE LA 0.2.1.h.It is expected that this lesson will take students 15-20 minutes to complete. 

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Lesson

Author: Dawn Spurck

PreK Fall Lang Arts Small Group

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This is a small group emergent reader lesson for the preschool/kindergarten age range. It would be perfect for your Fall/Leaves changing thematic units! Teachers can gather GOLD data on student's knowledge of concepts of print and comfortability navigating the book. Enjoy!

Material Type: Lesson

Author: Tayma Sebek

Remote Learning Plan: Listen to a Rhyme (Five Little Monkeys): Kindergarten

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This lesson uses the nursery rhyme, Five Little Monkeys, to teach or supplement the teaching of blending syllables in kindergarten. The lesson includes online and offline resources and extensions.It is expected that this Remote Learning Plan will take students 15 minutes to complete. This Remote Learning Plan addresses the following NDE Standard: NE LA 0.1.2.d Identify, blend and segment syllable sounds in spoken words (e.g., cupcake, birthday).

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Dustin Carlson

Remote Learning Plan: Listen to a Rhyme (Twinkle Twinkle Little Star) : Kindergarten

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This lesson uses the nursery rhyme, Twinkle Twinkle Litte Star, to teach or supplement the teaching of segmenting syllables in kindergarten. The lesson includes online and offline resources and extensions.It is expected that this Remote Learning Plan will take students 15 minutes to complete. This Remote Learning Plan addresses the following NDE Standard: NE LA 0.1.2.d Identify, blend and segment syllable sounds in spoken words (e.g., cupcake, birthday).

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Dustin Carlson

Counting Words in Nursery Rhyme Sentences

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Sentence segmentation, or counting words in a sentence, is the first step in phonological awareness.  Students need to have an understanding that words are made up of letters and sentences are made up of words.  This basic skill will help them later with both reading and writing.Objective: I can break and count words in a sentence.Time required: 20 minutes or lesson can be chunked into managable size bits for your students.

Material Type: Activity/Lab, Lesson

Author: Dawn Spurck

Color Your World With Kindness Writing

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Students will get to shake up the day a bit with a writing prompt and video on kindness! Everyone needs a little kindness added to their day, so let's teach our students about it! This lesson focuses on use complete thoughts, but prompts the students with questions on how to write. It can be used anywhere from 1-5 grade and with that comes a little change to the lesson.

Material Type: Lesson Plan

Author: Lauren Theiler