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Title 1 Lesson Plan Template Needed
Old 08-12-2012, 05:11 PM
 
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I'm looking for a lesson plan template. I don't want it to be like a guided reading plan. Something very basic because the real documentation will be individualized on the students' RTI paperwork. Anyone have something that sounds similar?


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What I did
Old 08-14-2012, 06:44 AM
 
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I am not at my school computer but what I have done is to create what I needed in a word document by inserting a table and adjusting the boxes to fit the groups.

I basically have 2 long columns because I work with 4 and 5 grades. Along the one side I put days of the week and along the other side the times or groups.

Then I hand write in what I need for the days. I could do it on my computer but I like to write it.

Hope this is helpful.
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RTI paperwork
Old 08-15-2012, 07:44 AM
 
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How do you track the progress monitoring? I would love to see your schools forms. Our school doesn't have a form for tracking RTI.
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I've been trying to create my lesson plan format for the upcoming year too. Thanks for your suggestion LaVerne. Another question that has to do with lesson planning - do you usually plan lessons by the week (for example, if you are going to focus on sequencing, do you practice this for a full week.. maybe a reteach one day, worksheets another day, and a game the next). I'm coming from teaching elementary, so I'm not sure about all of the little details. Also, is doing a worksheet with the students I meet with a good use of time or should I focus more of my time on hands-on activities?
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This is only year 2 for us for RTI. We hit it last year like our admin's pants were on fire..hahaha...If there was a form to use to monitor, I didn't use one.

We had monthly PLC...professional learning communities...that were grade level and the reading/math people, counselors, etc for about 1.5 hours per grade level...all on one day. The grade level people had rotating subs come in and I had to cancel classes for the times I was at PLC. At the PLC, we would discuss students' progress. We use aimsweb for comp/fluency ( my levels are 3-5). Lower levels had also phonics pieces. I would also share other results from my title reading room...explain in bottom of this post....classroom teacher would share, behavior/parent issues discussed. Each month got better but at first we were all like WTH are we expect to say/do/have ready. We started in prin office but by month 3 we met in my classroom with access to interactive board/computer etc and more room to roam. This was helpful to me so I could pull up/out of file what I needed.

Lesson planning: the million dollar question and ever evolving...
For me, this has worked the best. I have a weekly communication sheet with teachers I service, upper level elem., and on this sheet it basically asked what reading story/skill/strategy/vocab words for the week. Last year all of each grade level were supposed to be about on the same story (HURRAH!!) as a result of prin/PLC meetings. So I used what most teachers were on for my focus for most of the lessons for the week.

Day 1: Largest vocab intro/discuss/powerpoint on interactive board with cloze sentence work/take home to study vocab sheets. Also this day is a very brief oral 'preview' of reading strategy/skill we will talk about. This day is mostly whole group.

Day 2: Largest intro of reading strategy. Usually a picture book with discussion. Sometimes an article read as whole group. Quick review of vocab with matching of word/definition using cards I made from index cards.--individual Intro of poem of the week for fluency practice.--whole group. While someone is working with me on vocab matching, the rest are rereading poem together for fluency.

Day 3: More chaotic...review of reading strategy/skill using task cards from this site and other spots as a whole group or using a powerpoint on interactive board. Then rereading of poem whole group with voices and good modeling. Then quick station work: individual task cards with reading skill and vocab matching or writing sentences using vocab. 1-2 students are reading leveled books. Not written/more oral or flashing of ABC cards so it is quick for me to assess.

Day 4: Computer...fluency assessments with me and students work on skill work on computer sites. Other students from group reading leveled readers while the others are doing Day 3 work...Basically day 3/4 flip flop students.

Day 5: Worksheet assessment. Vocab cloze sentences and brief skill/strategy work. Fun game for ending the day...

I only do 1 piece of written work a week I assess. The students do respond to their leveled readers in their journals and I will read/write back to them and we may discuss this on Day 4 or 5.

It is a struggle to get it all in and keep it flowing...This is my skeleton plan. Not sure it is the most efficient or follows all the individualization I really need to do. But with no aide/para for help, it is all I can manage with up to 40 students each year.


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