(Puckett, 2013). It is also an example of expression through physical action and access to relevant tools and assistive technology (Puckett, 2013). Finally, students will present their presentations to myself and the class using whatever means they as a group or individually came up with (Tejeda, 2018). This will be their final way of showing me that they understand the text and research and can show me how it is supported by the text and research they used. This is where students show that they have met their goals and expectations of themselves; this is where they show me how much self-regulation they were able to have while working either in groups or individually (Tejeda, 2018). Lesson Plan Name and Grade Level: Mrs. Tejeda Third-grade
WEEK SIX ASSIGNMENT 5 Title: Amelia Earhart- What we need to know Common Core/Essential Standard - Content: history CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.SL.3.2 Determine the main ideas and supporting details of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats, including visually, quantitatively, and orally (Common Core, 2018). Using Amelia Earhart as the main focus resource, students will research main ideas about her and look for supporting details to back up those main ideas. Pedagogy: Students are given the opportunity to choose independent work or in groups of two to four students. They are to create goals and objectives for themselves and their groups and are to reflect and check in on those goals as they work. They will need to collaborate with one another, or if they are independent that collaboration will be with me, while they research and find additional information. Their collaboration with one another, or with me, will help them better understand the new information and give them different perspectives. Also, this helps to connect prior knowledge to new knowledge. Assessment Plan: Check off which apply/notes on how X : Informal X : Formal X : Formative X : Summative Notes: Informal Formative Assessments: Individual research/reading, group research, discussions, collaborations, KWL Chart Formal Assessments: Enter/Exit Cards, walking around looking for discussion among students that is relevant to the objectives. Formal Summative Assessment: The presentations that are submitted and carried out. This assessment addresses UDL principles by giving authentic and meaningful opportunities to learn no matter their backgrounds, needs, or disabilities (Hartmann, 2015). I will grade the assignment based off of the developed rubrics for the task. Technology for Learners Being Used: Chromebooks, iPads, Safari, Google search, the internet, PowerPoint, Voicethread, Prezi, Screen- O- Matic Technology for Teacher Being Used: Laptop, overhead, Google search, the internet
WEEK SIX ASSIGNMENT 6 What 21st Century Skills Are Students Using?
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