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Lesson Plan Template


TOPIC
Name
Subject
Grade Level
Date/Duration
Big Ideas

DETAILS
Mary Kate Gallagher
Literacy - Olweus
Kindergarten
30 Minutes

Being respect looks like: helping others, sharing, works


hard, inviting, listens the first time, listens to all
teachers
Being respectful sounds like: please, thank you,
Im sorry, how are you, Can I help you
Being respectful is: kind, helpful, friendly, honest,
responsible
Being respectful is not: rude, mean, impatient, a
gossiper, a tattle tale, an interrupter

Essential
Questions
PA/Common
Core/Standards

What is respect?

Standard - CC.1.4.2.O - Include thoughts and feeling to


describe experience and events to show the response
of characters to situations.

Objective

The students will be able to classify and distinguish


what respect is, does, looks like, and is not, by roleplaying and reading a story.

Observation during discussion and role play

Creativity and innovation

Provide student who is disruptive with leadership rules


to keep him engaged.

Bloom's
Taxonomy
Webb's Depth of
Knowledge
(DOK)
Formative &
Summative
Assessment
Evidence
ISTE Standards
for Students
Framework for
21st Century
Learning
Accommodation
s, Modifications
SUPERVISING
TEACHERS
SIGNATURE

CK

Seton Hill University Lesson Plan Template Step-by-Step


Procedures
RATIONALE for
the Learning
Plan
Introduction

CK
Activating Prior Knowledge
Discuss ways the students have been respectful
Hook/Lead-In/Anticipatory Set
What is respect?
How can we show respect?

Explicit
Instructions

Big Idea Statement


Being respect looks like: helping others, sharing, works
hard, inviting, listens the first time, listens to all teachers
Being respectful sounds like: please, thank you, Im
sorry, how are you, Can I help you
Being respectful is: kind, helpful, friendly, honest,
responsible
Being respectful is not: rude, mean, impatient, a
gossiper, a tattle tale, an interrupter
Essential Questions Statement
What is respect?
How can we show respect?
Objective Statement
The students will be able to classify and distinguish what
respect is, does, looks like, and is not, by role-playing
and reading a story.
Transition
Students will transition by being called by table and
answer with different clap patterns.
Bathroom sign
Drink sign
Key Vocabulary
Respect

Lesson
Procedure

Teaching point:
- What is respect?
- Respect is when someone is: kind, helpful, friends,
honest, responsible
- Respect does: help others, shares, words hard, invites
friends, listens the first time, listens to all teachers,
obeys the rules even if teachers arent watching, wait
their turn, looks into others eyes
- Respect sounds like: please, thank you, Im sorry,

how are you, can I help you


Respect is not: rude, mean, impatient, a gossiper, a
tattle tale, an interrupter

Active engagement:
- Now its your turn. I need some volunteers to help me
show what it means to be respectful by acting
- If you are still sitting on the carpet I want you to close
your eyes, and think about what are some ways a
respectful person may sound, how may they act, what
may they say
- Things to act out: (after students act out role plays, ask
remaining students to think of ways they could have
been respectful and what they could have done
differently
o Ways of not being respectful hands shakes,
ignore the person, and look away. Do not make
eye contact
o Interrupting: while a student is talking, have the
other student interrupt on purpose
o Accidently hits the pencil out of their hand and
doesnt help them pick it up
o Showing sympathy
PreAssessment of Students
Have students raise their hands for how many students
know what respect is. Ask students to raise hands if
they think theyre respectful.
Modeling of the Concept
I will model the concept by telling the students ways to
be respectful and giving scenarios for respect is, does,
and say.
Guiding the Practice
I will guide the entire lesson.
Providing the Independent Practice
Students will be able to voice their views on respect,
ways they are respectful, and ways they can improve
respectfulness
Transition
Students will transition by being called by table and
answer with different clap patterns.
Emilys Every Day Manners
Role play ideas

Reading
Materials
Technology
Equipment
Supplies
Evaluation of
Informal Evaluation
the
Observation during discussion and role play
Learning/Master
Discussion
y of the
Role play

Concept
Closure

Teacher
Self-reflection

Summary & Review of the Learning


Review lesson discuss ways students can be respectful
in different scenarios
Scenarios = lunch, recess, school, at home