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Unformatted text preview: EDP4275 Formative & Summative Assessment Objectives Objective #1 The student after a brief explanation on the letter ‘Aa’ will be able to Identify the letter and it’s sound. Objective #2 The student after a brief explanation on numbers 1-20 and reading “Chicka Chicka 123”will be able to identify them. Learning Activity #1 #2 The student The student will and teacher then, have the together will opportunity as sing the a class to recognition identify upper song. “A has case and lower two sounds A case ‘Aa’ while has two learning in an sounds, ā and environment of ă, ā and ă. Ā is collaboration, for “apron” ă is wonderment, for apple Ā and and play on Ă. Starfall.com The student will then use Play- Doh and be asked to roll out 20 small balls and create any number from those balls. The student will be provided with interlocking cubes. The student will be assigned a color, students will have to sort out their color and will be asked what their total number was. (Students will not have no more than 20) Corrective Activity #1 The student will create a word web on their journals, where they will pick two images provided to them that begin with the letter ‘Aa’ they will have to draw and write the name of the image. (The image will have its corresponding name on it” The student will have their foot traced by the teacher. The student will then get interlocking cubes to measure their foot size. The Student will be asked to write their foot size on their paper. #2 The Student during small group will have 3 apples cut in half. On their journals, they had a pasted letter ‘A’, in which they had to dip the apples into various paint colors and then stamped them onto their letter ‘A’. The student will be provided a counting mat, the mat will have circles with dots in them and cups with numbers corresponding to the dots. Students will need to match the number cup to the dots. Children will practice counting while learning number recognition and one to one correspondence. Enrichment Activity #1 #2 The student The student with with a a magnifying glass worksheet put will walk around in a sheet the class protector, will identifying use a dry erase objects that begin marker and with the letter eraser to trace ‘Aa’. the letter ‘A’ upper case and lower case. The student will get a tray with shaving cream, students will practice writing different numbers from 1-20 with the shaving cream on their tray. The student will get a scavenger hunt worksheet with images of what we are looking for. As a class we will take a field trip around the school, in search of the images. Students will jot down how many of the items they see. EDP4275 Formative & Summative Assessment Objective #3 The student after a brief explanation on shapes will be able to identify a square, circle, and triangle. After discussing each shape and compared how they were different number of sides and length. The student will then stamp onto paper with Shape Stamping Art with real life objects like cups, blocks, legos, bottle caps, cookie cutters, toys, containers. The student with a worksheet put in a sheet protector, will use a dry erase marker and eraser to trace squares, circles, and triangles. Shape building fun, the student will be offered cotton swabs. Students will have to make triangles and squares. The triangles are easy for them to form but the squares are a bit more challenging and will take some time, trial & error but will be a fun activity. Create shape art, the student will work on and create something out of construction paper shapes. Such as cars, playgrounds, houses, trucks, birds & so much more. Students will be Shape Detectives all week and will do lots of hunting for our target shapes. Students will "spy" objects that are circles, squares, and triangles. Gross Motor Fun playing Walk the Line - Shapes Freeze Dance. Use tape to make large shapes on the floor that students could walk/balance along. Turn on the music and the children will dance (or walk) their way around the shape, freezing anytime the music stopped. ...
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