creating lesson plan 1

creating lesson plan 1 - Date: March 2011 Subject: Science...

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Date: March 2011 Teacher: Brittany Fiscus Subject: Science Grade: 3 Standard(s) of Learning: 3.1 GENERAL OBJECTIVE(S): Students will be able to use spoken, written, and visual language to accomplish their own purposes. Students will also be able to use a variety of technological and information resources to gather and synthesize information and to create and communicate knowledge. INTRODUCTION: The teacher will put students into five different groups. Then, the groups will be assigned a special job to do: 1.The Manager 2.The Recorder 3.The Speechwriters 4. The Speaker Each group will be assigned one of the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste, or touch. Then, the groups will break up and brainstorm about their assigned sense. Groups will meet together to talk about what they learned. Each group will use their discussion question answers to write a speech to decide why and how their sense is most important. Then, each group will give their presentation to the class. Afterwards, the class will vote which sense is most important and the entire class will make their five sense book. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE(S): The student will. . . . . 1. Research in libraries or on the computer their specific sense and know what it does and how it works 2. Look over the discussion questions, and be able to answer them into their report 3. Look over the Oral Presentation Rubric 4. Be able to describe then write in their report what part of the body uses the certain sense. 5.
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