EDU352: Foundations of Educational Technology
March 31, 2014
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Lesson Plans In the following paragraphs I will be sharing with you three lesson plans. I will also be answering some questions pertaining to those lesson plans.
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Lesson Plans Melody Grinter
Elementary Level Grade 2 Age 8
Direct Instruction: Animals Are Living Things
Objectives Students Will Understand
A mammal is an animal that has fur or hair and makes milk to feed its babies.
A bird is an animal that has feathers and wings.
A reptile is an animal whose skin is covered with dry scales.
Students Will Know
What kinds of animals have hair, scales or feathers
What animals are born and what animals are hatched
Students will be able to
Compare and Contrast how animals are alike and how they are different
Describe different kinds of animals Assessments I will ask students to define the different kinds of animals. I will ask the students to match up different animals with hatching and birthing. Page 3 of 3
Procedures 1. Review past material. Show pictures of different kinds of animals. Discuss with the students about what animals they like the best. 2. State the objectives of the lesson. Point out to the students that we see many different animals everyday in real life. 3. Present new material. 4. Learn vocabulary word by using matching worksheets.
Animals are a very important part of our lives. We need animals in order to have meat. In some cases we use animal’s fur to make blankets or rugs. Animals are used for many different things in life. Plants and animals are both part of the ecosystem. They depend on one another for different requirements. These include food and nutrition, carbon dioxide, oxygen and the spread of seeds and fruits.
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Lesson Plans The goal of this lesson is to help the students understand that animals are living things and come into this world in different ways.I believe this lesson covers visual style because the students will observe different picures of animals and match them with their habitates. This lesson plan also covers auditory styles because the teacher will be asking questions and give examples of different animals. The lesson covers kinesthetic do to the fact the students will engage in hands on activities, The language intelligence can learn from this lesson plan because it envolves vocabulary activies. The spatial intelligence can also learn from this lesson plan because there are plenty of learning activities that can be used with pictures. This lesson plan also uses some hands on activities that will connect with the body movement intelligence ir kinesthetic learners. Social or interpersonal intelligence can also concur with this lesson plan because there are group discussions and group lear Plants Main Idea
By: Melody Grinter Plants have several different parts. Students will know:
Several vocabulary words pertaining to plants
Different parts of plant
How they grow
Student will understand:
Plants have many different parts
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How plants grow
The stages plants go