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First Grade Capitalization Lesson Plan
Foreign Language First Language/English Second Language
Duration: one hour
Description: The purpose of this lesson is to teach specific rules of capitalization to first grade level ESL/LEP students. This lesson could also be used as a Language Arts/Grammar, Language Arts/Mechanics lesson for students in a regular division first grade class.
Goals: For students to be able to use English capitalization rules to achieve academically in all content areas.
* Students will be able to recognize when and where capital letters are required.
* Students will be able to recite basic capitalization rules including:
- capitalize the start of a sentence,
- capitalize names of people,
- capitalize personal I,
- capitalize the days of the week, &
- capitalize the months of the year.
* blank chart paper
* magnets to hang charts on the blackboard
* prepared chart papers containing the rules of capitalization as they are listed under the Objectives
* short selection from a known children's book -- 1 copy on paper for each student, another written on chart paper with ...
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