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    A rationale for your unit that clearly describes the stage of development the students you will be teaching are in.

    Unit Plan
     

    As we have learned over the last five weeks, using literature in the classroom is a powerful tool for helping to meet your students’ developmental needs.  For your Final Project, you will build upon the lesson that you created in Week Two of this course and develop it into a week-long unit.  Your unit will need to include the following components:

    1. A paragraph introducing your theme or concept for the      entire week. 
    2. A rationale for your unit that clearly describes the      stage of development the students you will be teaching are in.  
    3. A paragraph describing the work of a theorist whose      beliefs help to support the use of this unit within this stage of      development.  
    4. Create five different lesson plans that relate to the      chosen theme/concept of your unit.  One of these lessons should come      from the Story Element Lesson Plan you created in Week Two. 
    5. Explain how the objectives for your lessons measure      concepts discussed in class (phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle,      character, setting, plot, theme, etc.).  
    6. Identify and discuss a different genre of literature for      each lesson plan (poetry, nursery rhymes, tactile books multicultural      books, picture books, non-fiction books, series books, etc.). Feel free to      use some of the literature you included in your weekly discussions if they      are appropriate to your theme and stage of development.  
    7. Create a plan for how you will share the literature      that you are using with your students’ families so they can help to      support literacy acquisition. You could create a newsletter, plan a family      literacy night, or even choose some ideas from the Parent Literacy      Presentation you created in Week Three.  
    8. At least one scholarly source in addition to your      textbook. 

    You will submit your unit as an eight- to ten-page word document, not including the title and reference page.  Make sure you properly format your Final Project according the APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

    Take a moment to view the Summative Guidance presentation, or click here for the written transcript.

    Ashford 6: – Week 5 – Final Project

    Unit Plan
     

    As we have learned over the last five weeks, using literature in the classroom is a powerful tool for helping to meet your students’ developmental needs.  For your Final Project, you will build upon the lesson that you created in Week Two of this course and develop it into a week-long unit.  Your unit will need to include the following components:

    1. A paragraph introducing your theme or concept for the      entire week. 
    2. A rationale for your unit that clearly describes the      stage of development the students you will be teaching are in.  
    3. A paragraph describing the work of a theorist whose      beliefs help to support the use of this unit within this stage of      development.  
    4. Create five different lesson plans that relate to the      chosen theme/concept of your unit.  One of these lessons should come      from the Story Element Lesson Plan you created in Week Two. 
    5. Explain how the objectives for your lessons measure      concepts discussed in class (phonemic awareness, alphabetic principle,      character, setting, plot, theme, etc.).  
    6. Identify and discuss a different genre of literature      for each lesson plan (poetry, nursery rhymes, tactile books multicultural      books, picture books, non-fiction books, series books, etc.). Feel free to      use some of the literature you included in your weekly discussions if they      are appropriate to your theme and stage of development.  
    7. Create a plan for how you will share the literature      that you are using with your students’ families so they can help to      support literacy acquisition. You could create a newsletter, plan a family      literacy night, or even choose some ideas from the Parent Literacy      Presentation you created in Week Three.  
    8. At least one scholarly source in addition to your      textbook. 

    You will submit your unit as an eight- to ten-page word document, not including the title and reference page.  Make sure you properly format your Final Project according the APA guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

    Take a moment to view the Summative Guidance presentation, or click here for the written transcript.Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

     

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