Friday, March 20, 2020

Home Learning: Lesson Plans and ELA Resources 2 Moderately/Severely Handicapped


ELA Resources 1a 
Team 2 ELA: Cursive Handwriting
Lessons for Cursive Handwriting
Materials: sharpened pencils, eraser, whiteboard, whiteboard pen


  • Student sets up work place with a clear desk-type surface. Places sharpened pencils and eraser in convenient spot.
  • Teacher demonstrates formation of the letters on the whiteboard, student copies on the whiteboard.
  • Student writes letter or words on page.Teacher checks. If correct, student continues to next line.
  • Teacher demonstrates as needed.
  • Student completes page, teacher checks. Student puts page away in ELA folder.

Choose one page a week of Cursive Writing.
I use K-5 Learning https://www.k5learning.com/ as a resource. Parents or Teacher Surrogates can peruse the choices and add on pages as you see your student is interested. The first link is for all the letters of the alphabet-students can choose ones we haven't already done in class. The 'joined letters' practice is also a helpful reminder for reading and phonics.

  1. https://www.k5learning.com/cursive-writing-worksheets/cursive-alphabet
  2. https://www.k5learning.com/worksheets/cursive-writing/handwriting-letter-joins-ai-ar-au-printable.pdf
  3. https://www.k5learning.com/worksheets/cursive-writing/handwriting-letter-joins-aw-ay-ch-printable.pdf
  4. https://www.k5learning.com/worksheets/cursive-writing/handwriting-letter-joins-ck-er-ew-printable.pdf
  5. https://www.k5learning.com/worksheets/cursive-writing/handwriting-letter-joins-ff-ir-kn-printable.pdf
  6. https://www.k5learning.com/worksheets/cursive-writing/handwriting-letter-joins-ll-qu-sh-printable.pdf
Team 2 ELA: Writing: Sentences
Lessons for Writing: Sentences
Materials: sharpened pencils, eraser


  • Student sets up work place with a clear desk-type surface. Places sharpened pencils and eraser in convenient spot.
  • Teacher discusses with student that a sentence must be a complete thought. An action completed by someone or something. A sentence has a subject-the performer of the action and a predicate-an action.
  • Student may give examples of a complete sentence, telling subject and action.
  • Teacher and student discuss #1--is it a fragment or part or a sentence? Student answers.
  • When student understands, have him/her complete # 2.
  • Student may complete paper when both teacher and student are confident in understanding.
  • Teacher checks work. When corrected, student places work in ELA folder.

  • Choose one page a week of Writing:Sentences.
    I use K-5 Learning https://www.k5learning.com/ as a resource. Parents or Teacher Surrogates can peruse the choices and add on pages as you see your student is interested.

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