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
LESSON PLAN YEAR 2013 Technology University of El Salvador TEACHER’S NAME: Edgar Omar Garcia Ramirez SHIFT: Morning. SUBJECT: English UNIT NAME: country and nationalities TIME: 2 hours CONTENT: country and nationalities DATE: April 16th 2013 GENERAL OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to communicative in ingles and they will be able to used different kind terms relate to nationalities and countries. | | |
Grade Level: First Subject Area: Social Studies: Geography. Topic: Places around the world. Materials: Globe, work sheet, maps, crayons, pencils, and paper. MS Subject Area Strand: Domestic Affairs, Global Affairs, Human/Civil Rights, Culture, and Economics. MS Framework: Use a map and/or globe to locate the local community, Mississippi, the United States, the seven continents, and the oceans (DOK 1) NCSS Theme: People, Places, and Environments ` (1.3) Time: 90 min. Competency: The students
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
Lesson Plan for the Week Beginning 08.04.2013 – 12.04.2013 Grade 6 Language Arts Unit Title: Folk Tales Focus Question: How do I express and respond to Anancy Stories? Attainment Targets: 1. Give and receive information 2. Listen and speak with sensitivity 3. Read for meaning, fluency and enjoyment. 4. Respond critically and aesthetically to literature and other stumuli. 5. Apply study skills and be able to search for information. 6. Write to narrate, describe and
Jennifer Kerns Lesson Plans SPE-359 Characteristics of Learning Disabilities and Strategies to Teach Individuals with LD Amanda Beyer April 12, 2014 Kerns page 2 Lesson Plans The student that I am working with is a 4th grader with a learning disability. She has trouble concentrating. She takes medication. She also has trouble keeping organized, doing and turning in her classwork and homework. Her learning style is Visual
2014 The focus themes for this unit lesson plan are fantasy, fairy tales, and real life. The children will be able to listen to stories, nursery rhymes, and read books on their own to enhance their reading ability. Fantasy, Fairy tales, and real life are told using fictional characters that the teacher can use to relate or identify with the children or use as teachable lesson plans with their children. Most fantasies, fairy tales, or real life story are used
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'