The lesson was interested for one because all of the students were mainly on the same level. The class was diverse and all the students were able to accommodate themselves independently. The five lessons was based off a fourth grade story An Honestly Fun Camp. The story was interesting and the students enjoyed reading the passage. The passage was short and that also made it easier on the students. The five lessons was taught Monday- Friday in all areas of literacy…
Yet, this brings up the next problem, a poorly designed lesson for any student with disability or trouble learning. This lesson plan’s attempt at prompting student learning is great in theory, but real classrooms would never be able to execute it. The main reason, is again its lack of thought for students with learning issues or even students not comfortable with the English language. To make this more simply put, if any part of the grade depends on students truly understand the information they…
2 Minutes- Comparison of Pegs and Holes to Candyland. A slide with display a picture of both board games for the students to use in their comparison. This will conclude with the definition of a race game and how the two games fall into this category.
Key Point: How are these two objects similar? What do both games need in order to be played? -Players, these are not activities that can be played by a single person.
1 Minute- Brief description of the object and the rules of Pegs…
SIOP Instructional Unit Plan
Lesson Plan 1
Thematic Topic: Spring
Grade/Class/Subject: 2nd Grade, Science, Blue Jays
GENERAL STANDARD 8: Understanding a Text
8.7 Retell a story’s beginning, middle, and end.
Students will be able to…
· Read/listen to Blue Jays book
· Identify animals and nature
· Identify characteristics of spring
Students will be able to…
· Summarize the book
· Describe life in spring
· Find rhymes…
Elementary Lesson Planning Template
Your name(s): Shannon Brasher & Felicia Lemons
Grade level and school: 1st; Riverside Elementary
Title of lesson/activity: What is the Statue of Liberty?
Teaching date(s) and time(s): TBD
Estimated time for lesson/activity: 45 minutes
Overview and Context
Lesson Overview: Using the book, The Story of the Statue of Liberty, by Betsy Maestro, students will be able to identify and discuss the origin of the Statue of Liberty.
Sources/References: Free Printable…
future. Knowledge gained from prior actions, and their consequences after, are vital in survival and preparation for upcoming tribulations. In August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson, this artful theater production expresses how the past provides the necessary understanding to prepare for the following difficulties. Bernice in The Piano Lesson conveys how the past, and former problems— such as her husband’s death— are astoundingly significant towards overcoming obstacles that will come. Past…
Lesson Plan Information
Name: Canny Rendon
School Name: Stirling Elementary
Grade Level: Second Grade
Class/Group Size: Four students
Subject Area: Language Arts/Reading
Lesson Plan Topic: Reading Comprehension
Lesson Plan Title: Looking for Story Elements and Central Message
Time Frame: 45 minutes
Learner Profile: This group is made up of four-fifth graders, who are ESE students and they are reading at 2nd grade level. This group consists of two females, and two males.
Civics Lesson Plan
Elementary Social Studies Methods
• Students will learn about their community’s government and leaders. Throughout the lesson, students will engage in discussions and be visited by an elected local government official. Students will also conduct their own research to learn more about their local government.
• This lesson is designed for third grade and fits in with our community, as our government officials are part of our local community.
Focus of Instruction
Lesson 3: Creating the triorama
Introduction/Setting the Purpose:
Over the past few days, we have worked to research information about various habitats, its animals, and the danger they face for our trioramas and public service announcements. Today, we are going to summarize all the information that we gathered to begin creating our trioramas (instructions at the end of lesson 3).
Teacher Note: During this lesson teacher should provide a…
”-Pope Francis. Catholic Schools Week is a celebration of Catholic Education in the United States. Here at St. Louise, we are built on faith, knowledge, and academics as our foundation.
St. Louise values knowledge. In each class, we learn different lessons and concepts so that any of the things we learn may be applied in real world situations. In Math, we learn about Inequalities, Functions, and Variables and Expressions and how Mrs. Williams shows examples of equations that can be applied in…