(skills include vocabulary words, context clues, phonics, writing conventions, print concepts, etc.

Assignment Content
For your guided clinical experience, you will be teaching a reading or writing lesson to a class or small group of students. Your lesson plan should contain at least one English Language Arts (ELA) standard and one or more learning objectives that align with that standard.
If possible, choose a reading comprehension or writing composition strategy for your lesson instead of a skill. (Skills include vocabulary words, context clues, phonics, writing conventions, print concepts, etc. Examples of reading and writing strategies include identifying story elements, comparing/contrasting two stories, summarizing, determining main idea, writing with a graphic organizer, using a prewriting strategy like brainstorming, writing an opinion paper or friendly letter, etc.)
As you choose assessments and learning tasks for your guided clinical experience lesson, look for opportunities to observe students’ reading and/or writing skills and to meet the needs of diverse learners in the class.
Complete the Guided Clinical Experience Worksheet.
Update your clinical experience hours in My Time Log (link at top of the course).
Submit the following completed documents:
Lesson Plan Template
Supplemental documents with responses to questions in Parts 1–4 of the Guided Clinical Experience Worksheet

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