by Lisa Starling

Kindergarten Science LP

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LESSON PLAN FORMAT

Lesson Plan Format

This document will provide guidelines for the creation of a lesson plan as stipulated in the Troy University College of Education Internship Handbook.

Lesson Plan Format TEP-Internship

 

Date: April 8, 2010

Subject: Science

Grade Level: Kindergarten

Signature of Cooperating Teacher

 

Student Standards being Taught:

 Science K. 10: Identify objects observed in the day sky with the unaided eye, including the sun, clouds, moon, and rainbows.

 

 

Objectives (What do I want my students to know and do by the end of this lesson?):

-Students will be able to identify objects observed in the day sky such as the sun, clouds, moon, and rainbows.

Introductory Activities:

-Do a brainstorming activity with students.

-Say things like: What words come to mind when you think of the sky.

-As the students think of words record them on the white board so that they can see what they have came up with.

 

Developmental Activities:

-Have students go outside to observe the daytime sky.

-Remind them of the danger of looking directly at the sun.

-Ask students:

 *What objects do you see?

 *Are any of these objects moving?  Describe how they are moving?

  *Which of these objects do you think you would be able to see at night?

 

Culminating Activities:

-Have students to create a journal page, documenting their observation in words and pictures.

 *Use the worksheet "What objects do you see in the daytime sky?" for the journal page.

-Lead students in a discussion of how they think the sky's objects will change over time.

-Ask students:

  *What do you think will still be in the sky tonight?

  *What do you think will still be in the sky tomorrow?

 

Evaluation of the Day’s Objectives (How will I know my students learned what I expected them to learn?):

 -Allow students ample time to share their illustrations with the class.

 -Check their illustrations to make sure they understand what they have learned that day.

 

Modifications for Special Needs: 

-Motor Skill Needs-Have a tennis ball with a small hole cut in the middle so small art materials can be placed in the middle.  This allows the student to have something larger to handle.

 

Resources:

-Worksheet "What objects do you see in the daytime sky?"

http://www.sciencenetlinks.com/pdfs/objectsdaysky_actsheet.pdf

 

 

Self-Reflection of Lesson