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Assure Revised

  1. 1. Casandra Goodwin A- Analyze Learners This lesson plan is for teaching the months of the year to a first grade special education class. This class consists of ten boys and seven girls. Of these seventeen, 70% are white, 20% are African American, and 10% are Hispanic. Seven students in this class have mild to severe ADHD. S- State Objectives A first grade special education class will categorize the month of the year with the corresponding picture that symbolizes the event/holiday that takes place in each month with the use of a list of those holidays and events per months and may ask the teacher one time what the picture is after having a week of review by playing matching gamesmatching the picture to the month that it goes with, playing quizzing games with each other where one student wins a piece of candy for every question he got right, drawing pictures as to how they see the month to be, and class discussions. They will do this by the end of three weeks with 90% accuracy, learning four months each week. S- Select Methods, Media, & Materials 1) Handouts listing each of the holidays/events that take place in each month (two per student). Below is what the handout will look like. What Happens in Each Month? January: New Year's Day! February: Valentine's Day! March: St. Patrick's Day! April: Easter! May: School's out! June: Vacations to the Beach! July: Independence Day August: School is Back! September: Fall Weather is here! October: Halloween! November: Thanksgiving! December: Christmas/Hanukah 2) Picture handouts that coordinate with the month (two per student).
  2. 2. Below are the pictures that will be used, in order from January to December.
  3. 3. 3) An abundance of crayons. 4) Plain white copy paper (12 sheets per student). U- Utilize Media & Materials 1) The handouts listing the holidays/events per month along with the pictures will first be put in their backpacks with a note to their parents explaining the assignment and the at home study they should be doing to help them learn.
  4. 4. 2) With their other set of handouts that the student will retrieve at the end of each class, the student will look over the holiday sheet while being informed on how each month has importance and will discuss an important month to them. 3) The teacher will show the pictures and explain how each symbolized that month. For example, December would be a Christmas tree with presents under it. 4) The students will use the crayons and paper to recreate each symbol in their own way to help visualize what they are learning. As for the children who do not have the ability to draw, they will quiz each other with the pictures that the other students drew so they will also be included. R- Require Learner Participation * This is a three week lesson. Each class day is 50 minutes. Each Monday through Wednesday will be the same; 4 months per week. Fridays will be review days and Exam day. Monday-Thursdays • 5 minutes (First day only): The teacher will begin explaining the importance of knowing the months and what the assignments will be like. • 20 minutes: Beginning with the first month, the students will share a story about something that they remember about the certain holiday that that month symbolizes. • 15-20 minutes: Each student will be given the picture that symbolizes the month of the day and the teacher will explain why that picture symbolizes that month. • 10 minutes: Review what was discussed that day and remind the students to give their parents their note and extra hand outs; take up handouts and pictures that they were using during class. When the student gives the teacher the handout, they will recite the name of the month and what holiday represents it from that day. First Two Fridays • 20 minutes: The teacher will review with the students about the pictures and months that they had went over that week and retell their holiday/event story that they had heard that week. • 30 minutes: Each student (of whom is able to draw) will receive crayons and four sheets of paper. They will draw their representation of the pictures that went with that week's months. For those who cannot draw, they will quiz each other with the pictures already made and with those that their classmates drew. "Do You Know It?” Friday (final Friday of the three weeks)
  5. 5. • • 15 minutes: The teacher will give each student a handout of the holiday/event list and review them. 35 minutes: Every two minutes, the teacher will show the picture to the class and they must match that picture to which month they think it belongs to. The students that have the ability to write will have a list of the months in random order and will put, for example, a number 1 by July if the first picture shown is of fireworks. For those who cannot write, they will have small note cards lined on their desk. Rather than putting them in order with numbers, they will make a stack of their note cards in order. E- Evaluate The students will be graded on whether the month matches up with the picture that was shown. Not only will they receive the grade that they deserve, they will each get a treat that goes with the month that they got right. For example, if they get October right, they will get a piece of candy corn or a Halloween sticker. To further advance the student performance the next time that this lesson is given, revisions might have to be made to fulfill certain needs of special education students.
  6. 6. • • 15 minutes: The teacher will give each student a handout of the holiday/event list and review them. 35 minutes: Every two minutes, the teacher will show the picture to the class and they must match that picture to which month they think it belongs to. The students that have the ability to write will have a list of the months in random order and will put, for example, a number 1 by July if the first picture shown is of fireworks. For those who cannot write, they will have small note cards lined on their desk. Rather than putting them in order with numbers, they will make a stack of their note cards in order. E- Evaluate The students will be graded on whether the month matches up with the picture that was shown. Not only will they receive the grade that they deserve, they will each get a treat that goes with the month that they got right. For example, if they get October right, they will get a piece of candy corn or a Halloween sticker. To further advance the student performance the next time that this lesson is given, revisions might have to be made to fulfill certain needs of special education students.

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