Lesson Plan Format
(Created specifically for ECE 322)
Teacher Candidate: Dana Swearingen
Age Level: 6-7 years old
Targeted Developmental Areas: Approaches to Learning
To help students with disabilities to identify and write the names of some fruits and vegetables.
Illinois Learning Standards: Illinois State Board of Education. (n.d.). Illinois learning standards. Retrieved August 24, 2011, from http://www.isbe.state.il.us/ils/
Students’ Prior Experience: It is a review lesson for Anna, but a new experience for the other two students Joe and Liz
Objective: Students will be able to identify healthy foods and write the names of some fruits and vegetables by the end of the lesson
Materials/Resources: Charts, drawing board, real fruits and vegetables, PowerPoint presentation.
Use of Technology: Technology will be used more towards the end of the lesson in doing the analysis of what each student has learned. The PowerPoint will have some interesting questions with attractive audio and visual aids to test the student’s learning.
Anticipatory Set/ Introduction: Students will be shown some images of fruits and vegetable initially; if they are unable to identify then a real fruit/vegetable will be shown to them. This will help in understanding if they are actually unaware of the fruit or have challenge in interpreting its image.
Lesson Sequence: The initial work is to estimate the prior knowledge of the students. For that, they will be shown the images and then some real fruits and vegetables. They will then be told the names, pronunciation and spelling of their names. Some information like the properties of the fruit will also be told to them. This would be followed by some group activities like drawing the images, taste testing etc. Finally the assessment will be done by an attractive PowerPoint that will access each student’s understanding.
Guided/Independent Practice: Group activities...
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