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SETON HILL UNIVERSITY

Lesson Plan Template


TOPIC DETAILS CK
Name Mr. Hayes
Subject Math
Grade Level 3rd Grade Math
Date/Duration 10/1/14 42 minutes
Big Ideas Recording data and plotting in on a graph
Essential Questions What is the importance of recording information?
PA/Common
Core/Standards
Identify measurable attribute (length, weight, or time) and select
appropriate units, strategies (e.g., decomposing) and tools to
solve problems and make estimations.

Objectives

Bloom's Taxonomy

Webb's Depth of
Knowledge (DOK)
During an open discussion (C), all second grade students (A) will
record and put that data into a bar graph (B) and the students will
do 1 bar graph (D).

Formative &
Summative
Assessment
Evidence

ISTE Standards for
Students

Framework for 21st
Century Learning
Learning and innovation skills are what separate students who are
prepared for increasingly complex life and work environments in
todays world and those who are not. They include:
o Creativity and Innovation
o Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
o Communication and Collaboration
Use power point to show students how to graph and make a bar graph.


Accommodations,
Modifications
Provide extra time and give extra guidance for students who need
it.

SUPERVISING
TEACHERS
SIGNATURE






Seton Hill University Lesson Plan Template Step-by-Step Procedures
RATIONALE for the
Learning Plan


CK
Introduction Activating Prior Knowledge
Ask the essential question
Hook/Lead-In/Anticipatory Set
Essential question

Explicit
Instructions
Big Idea Statement
Graphing
Essential Questions Statement
What is the importance of recording information?
Objective Statement
Show a picture of a dining table. Say: this is a table. This is also
a table. This is a table that we will use to collect and organize
data.
Display a pre-made "Things A Bar Graph Must Have
Checklist". Read the chart that bar graphs must have a title, x-
axis label, y-axis label and value.
Tell students that the x-axis runs horizontal. Make a horizontal
line with your finger. The y-axis runs vertical. Make a vertical
line with your finger. Tell students let me see you make a
horizontal line. Let me see you make a vertical line.
Explain that we can get the labels from the table. A good title
would be Our Favorite Sport. A good name for the x-axis label
would be Names of Sports. A good name for the y-axis label
would be Number of People.
Ask everyone that said ____ was their favorite sport to
stand. Repeat until all results have been recorded in the table
with tally marks.
Model for students how to create a bar graph using the collected
data.
Key Vocabulary
X-axis
Y-axis
Bar graph

Lesson Procedure
Must include
adaptations &
accommodations
for students with
special needs
PreAssessment of Students
Ask essential questions
Modeling of the Concept
The teacher will do a graph as the students watch
Guiding the Practice
The students will do a graph with the teacher
Providing the Independent Practice
Doing graph on there own
Adaptations/Accommodations for Students with Special Needs
Provide extra time and guidance

Evaluation of the
Learning/Mastery
of the Concept
Formal Evaluation
Test
Informal Evaluation
Pre-test

Closure Summary & Review of the Learning
Ask students follow up questions and restate objective


Reading Materials
Technology
Equipment
Graph paper
Pencils
Markers

Supplies Computer
Graph paper
Teacher
Self-reflection
I believe that I did a good job overall but there are still many things
I need to improve on like time management and a better lesson
plan.