Lesson Three – Exploring Clouds (water cycle): Pre activity: Students will be asked about their knowledge of the clouds by asking them what are the clouds? What are they made from? Let them use their imagination to identify cloud shapes. Students will be taken a field trip to the playground to look at the clouds in the sky and to identify any shapes made by the clouds by drawing I the shape of the cloud they recognized and share what they drew with each other. After they come back to the class, students will view a video teaching them about clouds; The teacher will need to setup the projector, computer and the white board. There will be a class discussion there after explaining to the students that clouds
are water particles that form in the sky. When they become too heavy and cold, it starts to rain. Teacher will then read to the students the story entitled: It Look Like Spilt Milk. Students will be asked to indicate what each picture looks like throughout the story. Students will each be given a blue construction paper and a hand full of cotton balls and they will demonstrate how to make their own clouds. At the end of the lesson, students will be asked to point to a cloud, and they will tell the rest of the class what the cloud looks like. Part C: Scenario 1: Manual and Damien are both young children who want the same toy but there is only one shovel available now. When Manual took the shovel away from Damien, Damien have experienced injustice, sadness, anger and frustration. He may have also felt that Manual was not being a friend and he didn’t care about his feeling as he was having fun playing in the sandbox without feeling guilty. However, Manual may have probably felt a sense of injustice too and jealous and may have grown impatient waiting for his turn to use the shovel. Manual most likely felt frustrated and irritated that he did not have a shovel to enjoy his time in the sand box. Co-Constructing strategy: I will bring another shovel to Manual and ask him to return to Damien the other one. Ask him to apologize from him because his behavior was not nice to deal with others, then let him go play in another corner. Acknowledge the feeling that Damien felt about Manual’s behavior by telling him that: “I know that you felt angry and frustrated when Manual took the shovel from you in this way, but I think he knows his mistake now and I know that you will forgive him, and you will play together again by SHARING what you have with others. Talk again to Manual about how to be patient and ask for sharing in a respectful way and how rude it is, is to take something from others even if it’s not from them. Scenario 2: While the children are engaged in climbing the rock wall, Latoya may be feeling uncertain as to how to climb the rock wall in front of others and she may be fearful to engage in the activity and fails. This can lead to disappointment that she may not be able to climb the rock
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- Summer '17
- Megan Vrono