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# Lesson Plan Template

### Materials and Preparation

• Guided Practice Worksheet: Match Uppercase Letters to A, B, D, E, G, H, N, Q, R

• Independent Practice Worksheet: Match Uppercase Letters to A, B, D, E, G, H, N, Q, R

• Pictures of the letters P and B

### Learning Objectives

Students will identify and match uppercase letters to specific letters (A, B, D, E, G, H, N, Q, R).

### Introduction

Begin with a question: "Can you pick the uppercase letter that matches?" Show pictures of the letters P and B to introduce the concept. Reinforce the idea that each letter has an uppercase and lowercase form.

### Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling

Learn with an Example: Display the letter 'P' in both uppercase and lowercase. Reinforce the key idea: "Each letter in the alphabet can be uppercase or lowercase." Show the solution: "P and p match. They are the same letter."

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### Guided Practice

Distribute the Guided Practice Worksheet: Match Uppercase Letters to A, B, D, E, G, H, N, Q, R. Allow students to work in pairs or small groups to circle the uppercase letters. Use pictures of the letters P and B to guide their identification.

### Independent Practice

Distribute the Independent Practice Worksheet: Match Uppercase Letters to A, B, D, E, G, H, N, Q, R. Instruct students to independently circle the uppercase letters. Monitor and assess for misconceptions and intervention issues.

## Support

Provide additional support for students facing misconceptions, emphasizing the distinction between uppercase and lowercase letters.

## Extension

Offer extension activities for those who grasp the concept quickly, such as creating sentences with the matched letters.

### Assessment

Evaluate student understanding through observations during guided and independent practice, as well as through the exit ticket.

### Review and closing

Summarize the importance of recognizing and matching uppercase letters for foundational reading skills.

### Misconceptions

Many students may struggle with distinguishing between uppercase and lowercase letters; address this in support activities.

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