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    • By Raquel Páramo
    • This Lesson Plan is designed for 1st Grade of Primary Education. For this reason, it is important to adapt a specific methodology for our students in order to meet the three stages in learning (MMM): • Meeting new language • Manipulating new language • Making the language your own
    • The activities are attractive enough to get children’s attention and promote classroom communication providing the learners with situations that engage them in their leaning process.
    • In this Lesson Plan students will: • Identify and recognise the main parts of a flower (flower, petals, pollen, stem, leaves and roots). • Follow instructions to label a flower. • Listen to and to sing a song (The parts of a flower song).
    • LESSON PLAN Title of the lesson: Parts of a flower Date:8th May 2014 Unit of study: Science Level and group: 1st Grade Number of children: 20 BACKGROUND INFORMATION: -In the last lesson we introduced the new vocabulary. -We read a book “Parts of the plant” by Wiley Blevins. -We listen to and sing a song. LEARNING OBJECTIVES: -To identify and recognize the parts of a flower. -To follow instructions to label a flower. -To listen to and to sing a song “The parts of a flower song”. -To practice the language using Total Physical Response. COMPETENCE INVOLVED: -Linguistic and audiovisual communication competence. -Cultural and artistic competence. -Treatment of information and digital competence. -Learning how to learn competence. ASSESSMENT: -Initial assessment: Through revision of flashcards, TPR activities, games, vocabulary brainstorming, oral short questions and conversation. -Formative: Observing the child’s participation in classroom activities.
    • LESSON DEVELOPMENT: 1h and 30 min Lesson 1st Activity: Routines (10 min) Focused on knowing different ways of greeting and other useful vocabulary to enable the children to follow daily routines, a conversation or instructions: -Greeting “Hello”, Good afternoon”. -Singing the Hello song. -Asking and responding to the question “How are you today”? and What’s the weather looks like today? -Naming the days of the week. -Writing the date on the board. Interaction: T-Ss Skills: L-S-I Materials: The days of the week poster. 2nd Activity: Parts of a flower song (20 min) This is an opening activity to review and sing the key vocabulary. Interaction: T-Ss Skills: L-S-I Materials: Flashcards and the digital board. 3rd Activity: Flower Flip Book (35 min) First, cut the Flip Book. Fold flip book in half. Have students color their flower first, then cut on the dotted lines. Label the three parts inside, then have students write the main parts of the flower ( flower, petals, pollen, stem, leaves and roots) inside the flip book. Interaction: T-S-s Skills: L-S-I-W Materials: Flashcards, Big paper roll for classroom displays, Color papers, Markers, pencils, scissors, glue…Plant labels.
    • BLOOM’S TAXONOMY: Creating Evaluating Analising Applying Understanding Remembering ICT RESOURCES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXrnHff2Kjc (The Flower song) http://urbanext.illinois.edu/firstgarden/ (Module 5 Resources) Personal notes/reminders/homework/other considerations: Next week we will find out about plants growing by making an experiment with lentils and beans.
    • FLASHCARDS
    • THE PARTS OF A FLOWER SONG
    • STUDENTS SINGING THE SONG
    • STUDENTS MAKING THE FLOWER FLIP BOOK