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Noting Stated Sequence

  • 25 April 2018
  • Posted by: Shalieka Burris
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Noting Stated Sequence
Students’ age range: 12-14
Topic: Literacy Comprehension
 
Description: Sequencing refers to putting events or actions in order. One example is chronological order, as is common with historical events. Another is the ordering of steps to carry out, as we find with procedures such as instructions, recipes, and manuals. Time life cycle also uses the sequential format.Teacher will introduce lesson by asking students if they have ever been involved in baking a cake. Students who answer in the affirmative will be asked to outline the procedure of baking a cake to fellow classmates. Teacher will record the procedure of baking a cake on the chalkboard. Students will be asked to read the steps involved in baking a cake.
Students will listen attentively while an excerpt “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” will be read to them. Students will be challenged to recall the order in which the events occurred in the passage.
Teacher will introduce the term sequence to students as well as explain to them that they have listed the order or sequence in which the events occurred in the story. The teacher will also brainstorm and introduce students to list of words that show/ signal sequencing. • Students will be asked to orally discuss the things they do at home in the morning on a daily basis. Their answer will be recorded on the board. Students will be asked to orally discuss the things they do at home in the morning on a daily basis. Their answer will be recorded on the board.


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