Units of Study - Little Lessons



The Units of Study for ELA or "Little Lessons", originated in May of 2011 as part of a statewide effort to create English Language Arts lessons that are relevant to the Common Core State Standards.  The Little Lessons in the Resource Center are created by YOU, teachers in the state of Arkansas.  The ELA Mapping Project started with Kindergarten through Second Grade.  Thus, the Resource Center has a collection of Units of Study for K-2 and Units 1-6.

If you would like to use the templates used in the creation of the Little Lessons there are three formats below from which to choose.  
  You may 1) copy the material in the window below and paste it in Microsoft Word or other word processor.
  You may 2) download the "Units of Study" template and open it in Word or you may 3) download the "Units of Study Notebook" template and open it in Word. (Located at the bottom of the page)

Units of Study Template

Common Core Curriculum ELA Mapping Project

(Grade____ Little Lesson (Unit__)

Goals

In this series of _____ lessons, students read __________________. Then, they:

        Write each goal separately with standard listed

 A. Topic:

 B. Objectives:

Write each objective separately with standard   listed

 C. Instructional Resources:

List any materials or resources needed

 D. Procedures:

1. Set:  Describe how you will launch your lesson.

2. Teach:  List what strategies you will use and what the students will do.

3. Closure:  At the conclusion of the lesson, explain how you will wrap up your teaching.

4. Assessment: List what assessments you will use including homework, formative assessments, quizzes, and tests.

5. Differentiation: List strategies that can be used to engage all learners.

6. Connections: Explain any connections to different content areas.



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Leon Brown,
Sep 11, 2012, 11:48 AM
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Leon Brown,
Sep 11, 2012, 11:48 AM
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