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St Patrick’S Day Technology

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  • 1. (With Technology) By Melissa Nield
  • 2. Lesson Plan
  • 3. Lesson Plan cont.
  • 4. Integrating Technology For my lesson I decided to integrate technology by using the flex cam to show a poem on the projector.
  • 5. Integrating Technology
  • 6. Integrating Technology  After displaying this poem about leprechauns on the screen, we read the poem together as a class. This choral reading was fun and non- threatening to the students.
  • 7. What Went Well Students were engaged. Students were able to participate by using the flex cam. All the students were able to see the screen and the poem being projected.
  • 8. What I Would do Differently Allow the students more time to come up and point to their favorite parts of the poem. Have different students come up and point to the words as we read them as a class. Zoom in on words we are discussing.
  • 9. Why use Technology?  It was important for me to use technology for this lesson because I needed a way for all the students to see the poem.  Before reading the poem, I was able to point out words that I didn’t think they would know by using the flex cam and projecting the poem and the word I was pointing to on the screen.  This also allowed students to come up and point to their favorite parts of the poem.  This caught the student’s attention because it was something different and out of the ordinary.