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Technology integrated lesson plan example 2013

Technology integrated lesson plan example 2013



An Example of a Technology Integrated Lesson Plan for

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    • 0 The University of Trinidad and Tobago Centre for Education Programmes In partial fulfillment of the course TECH1001 Educational Technology Individual Analysis YOGEETA RATTAN 61642 LEAH HADAI 61600 INDRANI KHAN MS. Leesha Robert
    • 1 TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED LESSON PLAN SUBJECT: GEOGRAPHY TOPIC: The Water Cycle and its Benefits. CLASS LEVEL: Standard 5 DURATION OF LESSON: Two hours GOALS CONTENT STANDARDS: After completing this exercise, you would be able to  Name the six water cycle process highlighted in this lesson  Define the six processes in the water cycle  State the benefits of the water cycle. INSTRUCTION OBJECTIVE(S) Students learn how to gather information about six water cycle process that are being highlighted on the Internet and present it using a presentation software. Using the Wikispaces the teacher provides a planned structure in the form of an example for students to gain an understanding of the subject so they can effectively present it. PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: The students are expected to know that the sun emits UV or ULTRA VIOLET rays to the earth’s surface. They should also know about photosynthesis. ISTE NETS:  Improving higher-order thinking skills, such as problem solving and critical thinking.  Designing student-centered, project-based, and online learning environments
    • 2  Guiding systemic change in our schools to create digital places of learning  Technology operations and concepts  Encourage information gathering on the internet.  Encourage creativity and originality. ACTION BEFORE-CLASS PREPARATION: Find or develop a wikispace page with the assignment Instructions and links to resources so that students can use this for finding information about the water cycle and its benefits. Include sources for videos and other information. Arrange for a lab time if computers are not available in the classroom. Set up a Wikispace for the students to follow when completing their own, it should include:  Title slide  Slide introducing the six-highlighted process and any other two that they can find.  Slide giving a brief description of Evaporation, Transpiration, Condensation, Precipitation, Interception, Sub Surface Flow and the two other process that was chosen by the student.  Slides giving the benefits of the water cycle as the closing presentation.  Can include pictures, animation and video links.  Slide with space for image and reference list of the sources. Upload the guide for student to make their own presentation and link it to the Wiki page. If internet access is not available save all supporting files such as videos, power point presentations, documents and images on the lab computers so they can still complete the assignment.
    • 3 INTERNET RESOURCES:  Wikispaces: http://www.wikispaces.com/content/teacher  Natural Resource Conservation Services: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=9qtuwsvaCoc  Turtle Diary Games, The Water Cycle: http://www.turtlediary.com/grade-1-games/science-games/the-water-cycle.html Time Instructional Activities Materials and Resources 25 minutes Introduction: introduce the topic using the Wikispace that was found and also the subject, topic and objectives of the lesson. Mention the six water cycle process however also states that there are other processes that also apply to the Water Cycle. Briefly state that the students would be expected to make their own PowerPoint presentation of the water cycle and eight of processes, two of which students can choose. Point out the basic tools of the presentation software that the student would use and some of the problems that you might have been encountered such as uploading the file or animating the pictures and text on PowerPoint. Talk about the benefits of the water cycle using the wikispace and display the video for students to see and hear the video. Instruct the students on how to enter the wikispace page and direct the to the review activity. Also  Computer with internet.  A large screen for the teacher’s instructions to be seen, preferably a projector or large flat screen monitor.  The Wikispace page that the teacher will be using.
    • 4 explain the location of the video and PowerPoint in case they want to review later. Encourage them to play, complete the poll and comment on an improvement that can be made to the Wikispaces page. 5 minutes Encourage them to explore the other tools of the software that have not been explained. Talk about the presentation guide for the students that is on Wikispaces. Next, ask students to choose any internet, video and picture resources to complete their presentation. 40 minutes Let student complete their presentation and ensure that the teacher is able to answer any questions students may have about the activity.  Computers with access to the internet and the presentation software.  A soft copy of the example of the PowerPoint presentation and the video in the event internet access is not available. 40 minutes When students have prepared their presentations, give each of the students a chance to present their work to the class. Complete an evaluation of the students and provide a positive feedback and ways to improve on presenting. Also make sure they understand the content of what they are presenting. Projector and screen for the students to use. 10 minutes Have the students reflect on the lesson and ensure that the student know the areas that they need to improve on. Also ask if the task was enjoyable and fun.
    • 5 MONITOR ON GOING ASSESSMENTS: Review students PowerPoint presentation on the softcopy and during the actual presentation. ACCOMODATIONS AND EXTENSIONS: Students who have poor key board or typing skills can request the aid of their peers who have completed their own task. BACK UP PLAN: In an event the internet that the internet is not available all the soft copies of the example of the PowerPoint presentation, video and images are saved on the students’ computers. EVALUATION:  The instructional game results.  The soft cover copy of the presentation done by the student  The actual in class presentation of the water cycle done by the student REFERENCES: Roblyer, M.D., & Doering, A.H. (2010) Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching (5th ed.) United States of America: Pearson.
    • 6 USER GUIDE The name of this project is “The water Cycle and the benefits it presents.” This project aims to educate children on the water cycle, also known as the Hydrological cycle using a number of technological aids. This would help capture the interest of the students whilst also broadening their experiences with technology. Contributors are as follows: Leah Hadai prepared the PowerPoint presentation; Yogeeta Rattan designed the Wikispaces, and Indrani Khan provided a video source an Instructional Game Source. Each member of the group was responsible for contributing to the lesson plan and the user guide. The core of the lesson is a PowerPoint, also known as a Presentation Software. The internet is used to access the Wikispace to transfer knowledge of the water cycle to the students. The Wikispaces also contains a video, instructional game and presentation software. In an event, when the internet is not available all the soft copies of the example of the PowerPoint presentation, the video and images are saved on the students’ computers so that they can still access information.