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  • Lesson Plan
    • Subject: English (Writing)
    • Driving Question: Sequential Order
    • Pedagogical Method: 5 E Instructional Method
    • Grade Level: 1
    • Duration: 1 period
    • Delivery Method: Online
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    Lesson Plan Test-AK-Sequence Test-Sequence



    •   Use sequence words to describe the order of events in a story

    Keywords: sequence- first- then- next- last
    • Ask students to describe their daily morning routine before coming to school (orally). Share the screen to record students’ answers and write them in full sentences in a scrambled way on Google Jamboard (4 events are enough).
    • Guide students to come up with the following events.

    1. I wash my face and brush my teeth.

    2. I wake up.

    3. I wait for my bus.

    4. I get dressed

    • Have students put the scrambled events written on Google Jamboard in order 1-4 and share their answers. 
    • Tell students that Today’s Big Idea is “Sequence” and that they are going to explore what sequence means by answering the following questions:

    1.  What do you do first when you wake up?

    2.  What do you do next?

    3.  What do you do then?

    4.  What do you do at last?

    Have students work in groups to think about the questions to help them explore the sequencing words that can be used to arrange the events in the right order instead of using numbers. Choose representatives to share their groups’ answers and explain them to their classmates.

  • Have students explain how the events are arranged in sequential order. Then, write the right order of the events on Google Jamboard using the sequencing words.

    The Right Order:

    1. First, I wake up.

    2. Next, I wash my face and brush my teeth.

    3. Then, I get dressed.

    4. Finally/ Last, I wait for my school bus.

  • Invite students to retell different stories they have read in sequential order using sequencers or sequencing words such as, first, next, then, and last.

  • Prepare students for individual evaluation. Provide students with a sample test (Test). It is recommended that the test be read by the teacher.