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Intern Name: Abbey Faro

Lesson Title (Subject/Topic): Learning How to Describe what we See


Grade: Kindergarten
Length of Lesson: 15 minutes
Date Taught: 2/8
LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
In this lesson…
Students will participate in a small group activity where they will analyze a
Overview picture and write about everything they observe on a piece of paper

Standards of
Learning
Essential Questions
Students will be able to… expand their understanding of words and their
meanings, and be able to use them more regularly
Objectives

I can use my words to describe what I see.


Learning Target I can work together with my classmates to make a final product
Necessary Prior -How to write
- How to work in groups
Knowledge
A picture for each of the 3 groups, a large piece of white paper, and a marker
Materials per group

Clap in a way that will gain the students attention, and allow them to listen to
Introduction/Hook what is being instructed

1. Break the class into 3 groups, assign one of the students to be the writer
2. Give each group a picture, a piece of paper, and a marker
3. Explain to them that they need to look at their picture and determine
what colors, shapes, and textures they can identify.
Instructional 4. They will have 7 minutes to talk and write, and they have to sit quietly
once their group is finished.
Activities & 5. We will tell everyone that everyone must speak in the presentation, so
Strategies that they should be deciding who is going to say what after they finish
writing.
6. The first group to finish will present first, followed by the next, and then
the last group.
7. The class must sit quietly while their classmates present, and if they are
being disruptive, points will come off of their own presentation grade.
Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
Key Vocabulary or Students will need to have basic knowledge of words to describe colors,
textures, and shapes.
Concepts
How well they presented, and making sure each student talked, so one person
Assessments was not dominating the group and everyone got an opportunity to learn the
material.
The presentations are also the closure, because they already talked, wrote, and
collaborated and their presentation is the final product. It is also a good way for
Closure Activity me to assess the students as well, however.

Accommodations
N/A

Resources Art supplies to make the pictures fun and interactive.

Reflection on a Lesson Plan Taught


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1. What steps did you go through to create this lesson? With whom did you talk, discuss, or edit your lesson?

2. How did the SOLs and Objectives help focus your instruction?

3. What parts of the instructional plan worked as you anticipated?

4. What, if any, adjustments needed to be made once you began?


Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
5. How well did you anticipate the materials needed?

6. How effective was the assessment you chose to use? (If no assessment was used, what will the future
assessment be and how will you gauge its effectiveness?)

7. To what degree do you feel that this lesson was a success? What evidence do you have for the success of
the lesson? (Hint: Student learning is the key to a lesson’s success!)

8. How did the time spent preparing for your lesson contribute to it’s success?

9. If you could do this lesson again with the same students, would you do anything differently? If so, what?

10. Any last comments/reflections about your lesson?

Lesson Plan Assignment: Grade Sheet


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Intern Name: ______________________________


Refer to the comments written on your lesson plan for detailed feedback.
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Overview, SOLs, essential questions, objectives (10)
Introduction/hook & closure (10)
Instructional activities (20)
Accommodations (10)

Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
Assessment (5)
Vocab, materials, resources (5)
Supplemental materials, if applicable (5)

Total (65)

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Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)