Three Reading Lesson Plans
- An Intervention Activity Lesson Plan
This lesson plan is described for students with intellectual disabilities.
The lesson plan will take about 45 min per lesson and there will be about five lessons. The first thing will be introducing the topic to the students by the use of books to read and write. In this case the students should be encouraged to read the indicated books and write assignments (Belenky 15). Basically, the students should be allowed to give a summary of whatever they have learned in the class. It is the responsibility of the teacher to ensure that students while indicating what they have learned have adequate information of the relevant topics to be covered in the course. This would help in improving reading and writing skills of students. Students are given options to choose from the literatures they have read (Buehler 17). This would be followed by requesting students to read and write during their free time. Students are grouped into different groups and asked to read loudly certain texts. The last activity is asking students to respond to a particular literature (Buehler 17).
Buehler, Stephanie. Lesson Plan and Record Book. New York: Wiley, 2000. Print
Karper, Neil. Lesson Plans Writing: How to Write a Good Lesson Plan and Avoid Common Mistakes. Sudbury: Dovers