The Importance Of Transportation Around The Neighborhood

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Veronica Rodriguez
Prof. Plaisir
ECE 401 092
May 8, 2013 Lesson Plans Content Focus: Social Studies
Unit Theme: Transportation
Subtopic: Transportation Around the Neighborhood
Goal: Key Content Ideas to be explored are… *The different ways of transportation the community facilitates so we can move to different places.
*All the different ways we can use to get to places.
Learning Outcomes: CHILDREN WILL
Children will illustrate the different kind of transportation around the neighborhood by going out and observe their surroundings.
Children will relate the transportation they saw around the school with the one they were brought to school in or the ones they have around their houses.
Children will demonstrate their motors skills by drawing and painting what they saw while they were taking the walk.
With their classmates they will discuss what kind of transportation they saw while they were outside.
*Construction Paper
Procedure First I’m going to introduce the activity by asking them what kind of different ways of transportation they know around their neighborhoods. I’ll ask them if they would like to see if the same ways of transportation they know we have it round the school. I’ll let them know that we are going to explore the different ways of transportation around the school.
When we come back from our walk I’m going to put them in a group of two and let them discuss what they saw, and then I’m going to give them the materials so they can draw and paint all the different ways we can use to get to places.
After the activity is done we are going to clean up and get ready for movement class.
Before I take them for a walk, I’ll make sure they understand what the goal of the upcoming walk is and what we are going to be concentrating in watching while we are outside. Also I’m going to ask them what transportation they used to get to school that morning and if they saw any different way of transportations besides the one they used.
Observation/ Assessment
Most of them were