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Lesson Plan

Name: Catherine Empfield and Adriana Iaboni


Subject: Reading

Grade: 2

I. Objectives:
a. General:
i. The students will be able to explain the difference of what a fruit and vegetable is.
ii. The students will be able to determine what types of food is considered healthy.
b. Specific:
i. The students will be able to determine if their given food is a fruit or vegetable.
ii. The students will be able to put themselves in alphabetical order.
iii. The students will be able to restate a fruit/vegetable from the book Eating the
Alphabet.
II. Content:
a. Outline:
i. In class, the teacher will read Eating the Alphabet to the students.
ii. While reading, students will bring up their fruit or veggie picture and post onto the
bulletin board.
iii. Before we turn the page to read the next letter of the alphabet, we will ask the
students what letter will be coming next and have the students with that letter will
stand up.
b. Standards:
i. CC.1.4.2.D: Group information and provide a concluding statement or section.
III. Materials Needed:

a. Book: Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert


b. Construction Paper
c. Markers
d. Crayons
e. Bulletin Board
f. Tape
g. Safety precautions:
i. All students keep markers and toys out of their mouths.
ii. All students keep their hands to themselves.
iii. Students must walk up to the board; no running.
IV. Procedure
a. Introductory Activities
i. The students will be drawing a fruit or vegetable from the book Eating the Alphabet.
(see art lesson)
b. Developmental Activities
i. To start off this particular lesson, the students will be gathering around the rug in
front of the teacher. The teacher will be reading Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert.
Before we turn each page, the teacher will be testing to see if the students know their
alphabet well. We will ask, Now boys and girls, which letter in the alphabet do you
think will be coming next? Once they say the correct letter, the students who have a
fruit or vegetable with that letter will stand up. He/she will come up to the bulletin
board and gently attach their letter to the board.
c. Concluding Activities

i. To conclude this lesson, we will have the students go through the alphabet, naming
different fruits and vegetables from the story that they remember. To do so, we will
pass out fruit and vegetable drawings randomly to the students. The class will have to
get into alphabetical order on their own. They will go down the line, saying their
letter and food, and will have to come up with an opposite food. If they have a fruit,
they will have to come up with a vegetable and vice versa.
d. Evaluative Activities
i. We will be formatively assessing the students, asking to make sure they know the
alphabet well. Also, we will be assessing their understanding of the story,
remembering different fruits and vegetables that were mentioned.
e. Enrichment Activities
i. The students will journal about their favorite fruit or vegetable.