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Southwestern College-Teacher Education Lesson Planning Template

Standard(s) for this lessons objective(s): For math use CCSSDomain: Measurement and Data

(pilot fall 2012)

See Unit and Lesson Planning Template with Explanations for directions to complete this template.

Code: 1MD.4

Cluster: Represent and interpret data Standard: 4. Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another. For ELA use CCSSStrand: Reading Standards for Literature K-5 Boxed Sub-heading: Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity Standard: 10. With prompting and support, read prose and poetry of appropriate complexity for grade 1. Code: RL.10

Lesson Plan Template (refer to Unit and Lesson Plan guidelines with explanations for components of each section of template) Name- Jana Emrich Course- EDUC437 Grade level- 1 Date-20April 2013

Time allotted for each component.

Subject area- Literacy/Math Lesson Title The Unicorn Objective(s):

Students will read grade level poetry fluently. Students will understand how to gather, graph, and interpret data. Assessment: Students will create a histogram graph depicts the results of a survey they will conduct in class. They will answer questions that require them to interpret the data. Meeting the needs of various learners/Accommodations: Gifted learners Gifted learners will be shown different types of graphs and experiment by showing their data in various ways. Struggling readers and ELL learners One-on-one assistance will be given and steps broken down to ensure understanding. Teacher will assist in data collection and graphing as needed. A bar graph will be shown on the board for reference. Learners w/ Behavior Issues: For behavior issues teacher will mostly use proximity by keeping the student(s) close during work and will consistently move through the room as students work. This is a very active lesson; those who do not act appropriately will skip the data collection aspect.

Instructional PlanOpening: I will use a mystery bag to see if students can predict what the topic of the lesson will be. Once they have determined that the topic is unicorns, as an introduction to the lesson, I will play this video as I pass out the lyrics to Shel Silversteins Unicorn poem. Instruction: Each group will be assigned a verse to practice as well as the chorus. After 5 minutes of practice, we will recite the poem aloud and each group will recite their verse and the chorus will be performed as a whole class. To prepare the class for data collection, teacher will show a bar graph example and explain the different components. She will explain where the numerical data is represented in the y axis and the categorical data in the x axis. She will explain that people gather data by polling and will demonstrate what polling is. She will tell the class that they are going to collect their own data based on what their favorite animal is from the past few days lessons. The choices will be Unicorn, Lion, Elephant, and a Giraffe. Practice Students will poll each other to gather their data and then return to their desk to graph their finding for comparison. Teacher will demonstrate on the board how to construct a bar graph based on the information gathered. Closing: For this final lesson closing, students will have a special treat of Unicorn cookies. They will also listen to others songs by Shel Silverstein on youtube during snack time.
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After Assessment: Observations throughout the lesson will determine if students understand the polling and graphing process. Teacher will provide one on one assistance as needed. Students are introduced to new poetry weekly, so if they are not fluently reading, more practice is needed.