LESSON TITLE Putting Things in Order GRADE LEVEL/# of STUDENTS 1st grade SUBJECT AREA Social Studies LENGTH OF LESSON 40 minutes OBJECTIVES (with active verbs): The learner will: Use time-order vocabulary Identify a sequence of events Create their own sequences story STANDARDS (from Ohio Academic Content Standards: standard/benchmark/grade-level indicator): Language Arts -K-3 Arrange events in logical/sequential order when writing or dictating. 1.2.3 e GROUPING
Lesson Plan Revised Regina Robinson-Hendrix 623 MFAED Introductions to Teaching & Learning Professor: Andrew Sean February 10, 2013 This lesson plan is a format that I have chosen because of the environment of my work place. Students in my school environment are in a behavioral setting. This school is only a temporary placement. Critiquing this lesson plan is difficult because all of the elements are needed due to the students and their learning
EDU 230 Lesson Plans April 17, 2013 SIOP- What is a Dragonfly? 1.) The objectives line up well with the academic standards for the state of Arizona. Students will learn the science behind dragonflies. They will be able to label the different parts of the dragonfly, and also explain important information about them. The objectives are clear and understandable. The lesson plan describes content and knowledge through these skills. 2.) The assessment pairs with the objectives. The students
Worksheet. | Aims of the lesson:- (a) Students will be able to identify and define prepositions. (b) Students will be able to demonstrate correct usage of prepositions. | Concepts introduced: * Usage and identification of preposition | ------------------------------------------------- Choose any grammar item and design a lesson plan of approximately 40 minutes showing its use in context. Mention the objective, age & language level for which the lesson plan maybe used. -------------------------------------------------
Lesson Plan Over View Teacher | | Subject | Science | Grade | 3rd- 4th | Duration | 15 minutes | Goal | Students will understand that a tornado is a vortex and vortex is a spiral motion of fluid that sucks everything near it toward its center. | Objective | Students will build a tornado tube and observe a tornado-like vortex. | Materials | Plastic bottles Food coloringGlitter Liquid detergentWhite board
SCIENCE 2014-2015 | Teacher’s Name: | | Grade: | 2 | Subject Area: | SCIENCE | | Lesson Title: Natural Resources vs. Man Made ResourcesReviewWeek of January 6, 2015Check: M T W TH F | Standards/Objectives (What should students be able to do at the end of the lesson?) (7) Earth and space. The student knows that the natural world includes earth materials. The student is expected to:(A) observe and describe rocks by size, texture, and color;(B) identify and compare
Question: Plan an activity based lesson using any one of the four skills (Reading/ Listening/Writing or Speaking ). Kindly note that you have to select any one subject ( for your lesson plan) from the list given below: 1. EVS 2. Math (chosen) 3. Science 4. Language 5. Art and craft Your lesson can incorporate PPT, music, rhymes, story etc and the lesson should cater to the young learners’ class.
511345 PPELT 2 Lesson plan Form : 2 Level : Mixed ability Date : 23rd July 2015 Time : 1.50 PM-.2.40 PM (50 minutes) Theme : Health Topic : Food For Thought Focused skills : Speaking skill Integrated skills: Listening and reading skill. Grammar structures/ lexical items/phonology Lexical items: Words that are related to the term 'balanced and healthy diet' e.g: food pyramid, portion of food, antibody, junk food, illness, fitness, etc. Grammar structure: Modal verbs 'should'
[pic] Lesson Plan 1: Everyday Appliances That Use Electricity Lesson Objective: To raise children’s awareness of everyday appliances which use electricity; these include things that light up, heat up, produce sounds and move. Resource Materials Needed: • Unwanted catalogues / magazines / promotional material from electrical shops to cut images of everyday objects and electrical appliances • Scissors and glue • A simple diagram of a house on A3 paper