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LESSON PLAN

Subject: Language Arts


Grade:
7
Date: April 15 2015
Critical Inquiry Question: What does digital citizenship mean to you?
Lesson:
Time: 55 minutes
SLOs: From the Program of Studies
Students will communicate effectively using email/blogs and understand that facial and
vocal cues are absent.

Usetalk,writingandrepresentingtoexamine,clarifyandassessunderstandingofideas,
informationandexperiences
identify,connectandsummarizeinownwordsthemainideasfromtwoormoresources
onthesametopic
organizeinterpretationsoforal,printandothermediatextsaroundtwoorthreekeyideas

Instructional Objectives: (Not outcomes, but lesson objectives. Not a description of


lesson procedure, but an indication of what students will know or be able to do by the
end of the lesson).
Knowledge:
Students will be able to reflect on digital citizenship and how their research topic fits into
the big picture
Skill:
Critical and creative thinking
Written and visual literacy
Key Questions:
What is the focus question for this lesson? What are some related questions?
What is blogging? How can I be an effective blogger?
What does digital citizenship mean to you?
Materials:
30 graphic organizers, 30 blogging work sheets, sticky notes, 10 I Pads
Preparation:
Take out I pads, write agenda on the board April 15, 2015 WALT what are we learning
today . . .Blogs! 1. Look at example 2. Complete graphic organizer 3. Write blog 4. Add
drawing 5. Post it 6. Comments *If you finish everything early you can work on your
project
Adaptations:
Students who struggle with writing will write 3 to 5 sentences
Lesson Procedure:
(Use numbered or bulleted steps. Indicate lesson introduction, development and
conclusion if that helps clarify the flow of the lesson. Write it with enough detail that a
substitute teacher could teach the lesson.)

1. Review agenda with students


2. Go over the graphic organizer and compare it to your weebly blog.
3. Ask students to describe what is in the blog post (title, name, date, sources,
image, written portion (8-10 sentences)
4. Students will then be given a graphic organizer of their own as well as a
blogging worksheet. Students will be asked to reflect on the question, what
does digital citizenship mean to you? How does your research topic and
question relate to this?
5. Have a definition of digital citizenship on the board for students to refer to for
extra help
6. Students must complete the graphic organizer (10 min) before they move onto
the blog post. They can refer to their research graphic organizer to help them
brain storm ideas. If students finish early they can draw an image to support
their written portion.
7. During the last (10 min) of class, students will comment on one other persons
blog post. (Only one person per post) If students finish quickly they can
comment on more than one.
8. If students finish everything, they can work on their digital citizenship
projects.

Assessment:
How will you know if students met your lesson objectives? What are you looking for in
this formative assessment?
Blog: This post will allow me to see where students are at in their research and if they
fully understand digital citizenship
Peer Assessment: Students will be able to apply the criteria for the blogs by assessing
their peers. Students will then have the time to edit their own work based on this.
Lesson Reflection: