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### Lesson Plan and TIP Model Integration

1. 1. Multi-Media Project DraftSevere Weather UnitLindsay Marquette and Amanda Knoxaknox6/10/2011
2. 2. Day 1 Lesson Plan: Introduction to Severe WeatherPhase 3: Learning Objectives:The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students to the types, importance and hazards of severeweather. This lesson will help prepare them for a later lesson which discusses the specific features of atornado and its potentially devastating effects.At the conclusion of this lesson:Objective Excellent/Mastery Good/Average Needs Improvement(Skill or Knowledge)Can define severe Can name and describe Can generally describe Cannot clearly describeweather and name 3-4 types of severe severe weather and severe weather typeexamples weather. name 1-2 types. sand cannot name any features.Describe the Can list 5 facts about a Can list 3 facts about Can list 1-2 facts aboutcharacteristics of severe weather. severe weather. severe weather.severe weather Can access all of the Can find most of the Requires help to locateUsing technology links in the assignments links, but may need the websites. Show some assistance difficulty in following the assignmentShowing Application Can demonstrate, Can discuss and classify Needs assistance to calculate and classify with assistance classify any aspect of the types of severe severe weather weather.Phase 4: Design Integration StrategiesMethodsThis lesson begins with a short video clip of an example of severe weather. It begins to build a student’sbasic knowledge on severe weather, its characteristics and potential dangers. Each assignment providesopportunities for discussions and self-discovery. This lesson includes interaction with websites andvideos. The students can work together in groups to further explore severe weather.TechnologyThey types of technology which will support the students in their learning include the internet, videorecordings, and websites. Other tools may include software, art tools, and audio/visual equipmentduring presentations. Students will be able to have a review of the tools and technology to help themprepare for the assignments.
3. 3. Phase 5: Prepare the Instructional EnvironmentEquipment:The lesson requires that each student have individual and group access to a computer with an internetconnection. If the lesson is to be completed in the classroom, perhaps the teacher can rotate thestudents in turn, to give each student some practice time with the assignments. The teacher will needto prepare the classroom by turning on each computer and verifying that the internet is working on eachunit. Also, the teacher will need to verify that the lesson links are still active and haven’t been movedsince the lesson was devised.Phase 6: Evaluate and Revise Integration StrategiesAssignmentsThis lesson includes a written assignment which reflects the work for each website and video. Thisassignment can be graded.AssessmentA quiz can be given which determines how much of the lesson each student retained. The quiz will focuson definitions, mastery of concepts and an overall understanding of the types of severe weather.Observation ScorecardThe teacher can observe the students as they interact with each other. They can also observe how thestudent progresses with the internet assignments. A scorecard can help the teacher monitor the resultsof each activity.
7. 7. during presentations. Students will be able to have a review of the tools and technology to help themprepare for the assignments.Phase 5: Prepare the Instructional EnvironmentEquipment:The lesson requires that each student have individual and group access to a computer with an internetconnection. If the lesson is to be completed in the classroom, perhaps the teacher can rotate thestudents in turn, to give each student some practice time with the assignments. The teacher will needto prepare the classroom by turning on each computer and verifying that the internet is working on eachunit. Also, the teacher will need to verify that the lesson links are still active and haven’t been movedsince the lesson was devised.Phase 6: Evaluate and Revise Integration StrategiesAssignmentsThis lesson includes a written assignment which reflects the work for each website and video. Thisassignment can be graded.AssessmentA quiz can be given which determines how much of the lesson each student retained. The quiz will focuson definitions, safety rules, and scientific data about tornados.Observation ScorecardThe teacher can observe the students as they interact with each other. They can also observe how thestudent progresses with the internet assignments. A scorecard can help the teacher monitor the resultsof each activity.