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SCHOOL OF

EDUCATION
RE LESSON PLAN
Pre-Primary/
Primary
LESSON ORGANISATION

Unit of work: Thanking God Salvation topic: Eucharist Human person Topic:
for our feelings Different feelings people
experience
Year Level: Students’ Prior Knowledge:
Key Understanding: In Previous lessons students have learnt
C2. Jesus wants his followers to show their about feelings Jesus experienced during
feelings in loving ways the last supper and how the world would
Learning Point(s): be different if all accepted Jesus’ promise
of the power of his spirit.
C2.1 Name examples of how they can show
their feelings in loving ways In the previous year students learnt about
events during Jesus’ life and stories
surrounding Jesus’ conception and birth.

Spiritual and Religious Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)
Prudence Justice Fortitude Temperanc Faith Hope Charity
eg Right eg Right eg Inner e eg Prayer eg eg Service
choices relationship strength eg Reconciliation
s Moderation
General Capabilities (that may potentially be covered in the lesson)
Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical Ethical Personal Intercultur
competenc and behaviour and Social al
e creative competenc understan
thinking e ding

Cross-curriculum priorities (may be addressed in the lesson)


Aboriginal and Torres Asia and Australia’s Sustainability
Strait Islander histories engagement with Asia
and cultures
Lesson Objectives (i.e. anticipated outcomes of this lesson, in point form beginning with
an action verb)
As a result of this lesson, students will be able to:
 Describe ways people can show their feelings in loving ways.
 Explain why Jesus wants his followers to show their feelings in loving ways
Teacher’s Prior Provision for students at educational
Preparation/Organisation: risk:
 Set butchers paper up with markers to Extension:
write on  Students who finish the activity
 Set up students’ desks with: alphabet early and need extending will be
cards, pencils, cards to write on and given the task to create a Popplet
whiteboards for assisting educators to on the iPads on the writing table on
assist writing words on. different types of feelings people
 Bring up YouTube videos and put a may experience and why Jesus
wants his followers (Catholics) to
special box at the front of the
show their feelings in loving ways.
classroom.
Enabling:
 Students will participate in the
discussion with the help of an EA or
the educator.

LESSON DELIVERY attach worksheets, examples, marking keys, etc. as relevant


Resources/Reference
Time Motivation and Introduction:
s
The students will begin sitting on the mat in front of the
educator. Once the students are settled the educator will
begin the lesson.

The educator will review different types of feelings we


may experience in a day and the fact that Jesus also had
feelings to in which we have explored in the previous two
lessons.

The educator will then explain to the students that:


“Followers of Jesus (Catholic people) can show their
feelings in loving ways.
For example, if they are feeling happy they may ask
others to play with them and to be happy too. If people
see others feeling sad or lonely they could ask them if
they would like cheering up or invite them to be part of
their happy games.

If people are feeling frightened or afraid, they could go to


their parents or another adult they trust and they could
help make them happy again. When people show their
feelings in loving ways, as Jesus did, they become closer
to God who loves them. “ Butchers paper and
markers
The class will then brainstorm ways they can make
themselves feel happier or show their feelings in loving
ways to others.
The educator will brainstorm these ideas on a A3 sheet
around a smiley face.
E.g.

The educator will then repeat this procedure for times Grumpy Bird by Jeremy
students have felt feelings such as sadness, fear, anxious Tankard
and nervous.

Lesson Steps (Lesson content, structure, strategies &


Key Questions):

The educator will then read the book Grumpy Bird by


Jeremy Tankard to students.
After reading the story, the educator will ask a wonder
question, then leave some time for reflection before the
discussion:
1. How did the other animals in the book help the bird
show his feelings in a loving way?
2. How can you show your feelings in a loving way?
3. God created us all with feelings. Why do you think
he did that?
4. Do you think Jesus had happy and unhappy feelings
just like the bird in the story?
5. Jesus wants his followers to show their feelings in
loving ways, how as a class could we continue to
give thanks for our feelings?

After the class has finished the discussion the educator


will then explain to the students that we will be making a Desks will need to be
bank of loving feelings cards to put in a box. During the setup with materials for
following weeks, the students can give these cards to making loving feelings
people they see who may be feeling lonely, sad etc. Or cards
students who are feeling sad can come and get one from
the special box.

Each student will have a piece of paper they can go back


to their desk and write something kind or caring on, to go
in the box, that will cheer up someone who is sad.
Special box up the front
On each desk will be assisting alphabet cards, pencils, of the classroom
cards to write on and whiteboards for assisting educators
to assist writing words on.

Lesson Closure:(Review lesson objectives with students)


Once the students have finished writing a loving feeling
card they can come and place it in the special box at the YouTube video set up on
front of the classroom. the projector

Students will then be asked to finish work they begun in


the morning or are welcome to explore the godly play Prayer laminated on a
boxes and home corner. card on the wall

Once all students have finished the educator will then


play the clean-up song and students will know to clean up
and move to the mat.
YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY-
H2WGThc8

The educator will then give the class Prayer: “Give it all to
Jesus “to conclude.

Transition:
Students will then be asked to sit quietly and wait for
further instructions from the teacher to move off to their Checklist ready and
parents at the end of the day (they will need to get items printed out
out of their box and their bags).

Assessment: (Were the lesson objectives met? How will


they be assessed?)
Checklist;
The teacher will complete a checklist on each individual
student’s progress and understanding of ways people can
show their feelings in loving ways and why Jesus wants his
followers to show their feelings in loving ways.

Anecdotal notes;
Ongoing questioning will be incorporated in the lesson so
that the educator has an accurate and immediate
representation of the level of understanding of ways
people can show their feelings in loving ways and why
Jesus wants his followers to show their feelings in loving
ways.and make anecdotal notes on these responses and
the children’s knowledge and understandings on the topic.

Appendix:
1. Grumpy Birds by Jeremy Tankard

2. Checklist