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We use Whole Language, a teaching philosophy that
emphasizes literature, where language is treated as a
complete meaning-m...
Children are able to produce chunks of language, building upon prior
knowledge, new words, structures, phrases, verbs and ...
Theme and Learning Goals
• Language and Literacy
(Comprehension)
– Oral Language and Vocabulary
• Social/Emotional
Develop...
Theme Project
Theme 1 My School and Me
Theme 2 Family & Friends
Theme 3 Giants
Theme 4 Choices
Theme 5 Stories and Rhymes
Theme 6 I Build! I Create!
Theme 7 Things that Move
Theme 8 Animals
Theme 9 Changes
ABC
ABC
Comprehension
Listening and Library
Oral Language and
Vocabulary
Phonological Awareness
Letter Knowledge
Letter Re...
Language & Literacy Development
Phonological Awareness
Comprehension
Oral Language and Vocabulary
Book/Print Awareness
INITIAL 1
-Demonstrate the proper
use and care of books.
INITIAL 2.3
-Recognize text and
graphic feat...
Letter and Word Knowledge
INITIAL 2.3
-Learn the alphabet
(song).
-Letter rhymes.
-Focus on letter
names.
INITIAL 2.4
-Foc...
Writing/Written Expression
INITIAL 1
-Scribbles
-Graphoplastic
techniques (rip,
wriinkle).
INITIAL
2.3
-Use scribbles to
r...
Fluency
INITIAL 2.3
-Progress in clarity of
pronunciation.
-Listen daily to fluent
and expressive
informal texts
INITIAL 2...
123
Domain & Concepts
• Exploration of materials
• Classification
– Geometry
– Data Analysis
• Spatial
– Relationships
– S...
Measurement and Time Concepts
Numbers and Operations
Problem Solving
Social/Science
Physical Development
Social Development
Emotional
Development
Health
Science
Music
Technology
Conscious Dis...
Sensory
Exploration
Discovery
Data Collection
Experiments
Light Box
Measurements
Culinary Fun
Magic
Social Studies
Individual, culture, and Community
•Discuss habitats
•Discuss routines and activities at home and at school...
Art & Drama
Centers
Costumes
Puppets
Music
Creativity
Station
National Curriculum
Ámbito Corporal y Motricidad
Corporal 2 ...
Puppetry and Staging
Dramatization
Social/Emotional Development
Social
• Act with courtesy and
respect to others
• Care for classroom
materials/school proper...
Conscious Discipline
Fine Arts and Music
Fine Arts
• Draw pictures/portraits
• Participate in role-playing
• Perform dance moves
• Reenact a st...
Art and Fine Motor Skills
Physical Development
Gross Motor Skills
• Demonstrate coordination
and balance
• Follow a sequence of
movements
• Perform ...
Daily Lesson Plans
Our Day
8:00- 8:20 CIRCLE TIME: Meeting
Time/Story Time
8:20-9:05 ART AND DRAMA:
Costumes, puppets, art...
Jack and the Beanstalk
Fantastic Fantasy
• Theme 3
– Giants
• Week 4
– Make Believe Giants
Jacqueline Ibarra
Meeting Time
• Materials
– Resources
• Pages R2-R9
• Daily Message
– Today is _________.
– It is ____ outside.
– We read __________
– W...
Alphabet Overview
Practicing the ABC’s
Walk the Wall
Build the Alphabet
Whose name?
Capital/Lowercase
Memory Game
Material...
Letter Work: Letter Routines
1. Introduce sing song
2. Letter names just like you
have names
3. Explain we use letters to
...
Letter Routines 1 to 7
Daily Routines
• Routine 1 Letter Sound
– Introduce Consonant Letter
Sound
– WK1-4 D1/3
• Routine 2...
Alphabet Review
Routine 1 Letter Sound
Routine 2 Letter Sound
Routine 3 Letter Sound
Routine 4 Letter Sound
Routine 5 Letter Sound
Routine 6 Letter Sound
Routine 7 Letter Sound
Week Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5
1-4 R1 R2 R1 R2 R3
Designated
Weeks 1-4
R4 R5 R6 R6 R7
Letter Routines 1 to 7
Centers
Art & Drama
Creativity Station
Play and Learn
123/Science
Manipulatives
Construction
Cooking
ABC
Big Book
Bilingua...
Centers
• Digital Board
• Pretend and Learn
• Construction
• Library
• Creativity
National Curriculum
Ministerial Agreement 042-14 / 041-14
MONDAY
AREAS ACTIVITIES
Identity & Autonomy The Big Green Giant
Co-existing Skills Giant Handshake
Science Planting a bean...
TUESDAY
AREAS ACTIVITIES
Co-existing Skills
Settings the table
Rollercoaster Breathing
Science Flashlight shadows
Math Mea...
WEDNESDAY
AREAS ACTIVITIES
Identity & Autonomy Favorite Character in the story
Co-existing Skills Giant Tag
Science Measur...
THURSDAY
AREAS ACTIVITIES
Co-existing Skills Green Giant Picnic
Science Rock Garden
Tree PatternsMath
Language Giant Story...
FRIDAY
AREAS ACTIVITIES
Identity & Autonomy Dress up board
Science Rock Chart Charcteristics
Math Rock Patterns
Language D...
Resources
HMH
• Think Central
– SIP
– J
• Frog Street Software
• Audios
– 18 CDS
• Library
• OLV
• HMH Folder
– Patterns a...
Assessment
AREAS ASSESSMENT
Identity & Autonomy Setting the table and dressing up
Co-existing Skills
Participate in group ...
Theme 1
Theme 2
Theme 3
Theme 4
Theme 5
Theme 6
Theme 7
Theme 8
Theme 9
Assessment
Theme and Learning Goals
• Language and Literacy
(Comprehension)
– Oral language and Vocabulary
– Phonological ...
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
Hmh Splash into Pre K Planning 2015
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  1. 1. We use Whole Language, a teaching philosophy that emphasizes literature, where language is treated as a complete meaning-making system. Reading Modelling: The educator uses corporal gestures. Responding: Children retell the story through ludic activities. They can respond to questions asked by the educator or a peer. Whole Language
  2. 2. Children are able to produce chunks of language, building upon prior knowledge, new words, structures, phrases, verbs and adjectives. Comprehension is clear when they can connect the stories to their real life experiences. Science Children watched a video about different types of dinosaurs. Social Studies Children learned about oceans, mountains, volcano. Sing the song “I love e mountain”. Math Children will compare small, medium and large. Sing “Math Atrributes”. Rhyme “Five Huge Dinosaurs”. Art & Drama Children playpat-a-cake and make different landscapes. Constructivism
  3. 3. Theme and Learning Goals • Language and Literacy (Comprehension) – Oral Language and Vocabulary • Social/Emotional Development • Conscious Discipline • Physical Development – Gross Motor Skills • Math • Patterns • Science and Social Studies – Health & Safety • Fine Arts – Fine Motor Skills
  4. 4. Theme Project
  5. 5. Theme 1 My School and Me
  6. 6. Theme 2 Family & Friends
  7. 7. Theme 3 Giants
  8. 8. Theme 4 Choices
  9. 9. Theme 5 Stories and Rhymes
  10. 10. Theme 6 I Build! I Create!
  11. 11. Theme 7 Things that Move
  12. 12. Theme 8 Animals
  13. 13. Theme 9 Changes
  14. 14. ABC ABC Comprehension Listening and Library Oral Language and Vocabulary Phonological Awareness Letter Knowledge Letter Recognition Word Knowledge Physical Development Language & Literacy Library & Listening Writer’s Corner Technology
  15. 15. Language & Literacy Development
  16. 16. Phonological Awareness
  17. 17. Comprehension
  18. 18. Oral Language and Vocabulary
  19. 19. Book/Print Awareness INITIAL 1 -Demonstrate the proper use and care of books. INITIAL 2.3 -Recognize text and graphic features. -Identify the role of the author and photographer/illustrator INITIAL 2.4 -Demonstrate directionality in print
  20. 20. Letter and Word Knowledge INITIAL 2.3 -Learn the alphabet (song). -Letter rhymes. -Focus on letter names. INITIAL 2.4 -Focus on letter sound and shapes. -Identify letters in a word. -Match letters. 1st BASIC -Discriminate letters. -Form words -Create simple sentences.
  21. 21. Writing/Written Expression INITIAL 1 -Scribbles -Graphoplastic techniques (rip, wriinkle). INITIAL 2.3 -Use scribbles to represent language. -Copy letters . -Explore using different writing tools INITIAL 2.4 -Use pictures, signs, and symbols to represent oral language, ideas, stories -Write letters -Write own name (capital and lowercase) 1ST BASIC -Grammar Skill: Action verbs in present tense -Writing Mode: Writing about us, class story (Telling Details) -Focus Trait: Ideas
  22. 22. Fluency INITIAL 2.3 -Progress in clarity of pronunciation. -Listen daily to fluent and expressive informal texts INITIAL 2.4 -Speak with appropriate volume, intensity, and tone 1st BASIC -Extend Through Research: Ask questions -Listening and Speaking: Share ideas
  23. 23. 123 Domain & Concepts • Exploration of materials • Classification – Geometry – Data Analysis • Spatial – Relationships – Sense • Measurement – Time • Number & Operations • Patterns& Algebra Centers Logical-Mathematical FMS Manipulatives Construction Technology
  24. 24. Measurement and Time Concepts
  25. 25. Numbers and Operations
  26. 26. Problem Solving
  27. 27. Social/Science Physical Development Social Development Emotional Development Health Science Music Technology Conscious Discipline Science Curriculum Water Station Light Box Stations Indoors Experiments Outdoors Observation Nature walk Exploration Health Safety Physical Developme nt
  28. 28. Sensory
  29. 29. Exploration
  30. 30. Discovery
  31. 31. Data Collection
  32. 32. Experiments
  33. 33. Light Box
  34. 34. Measurements
  35. 35. Culinary Fun
  36. 36. Magic
  37. 37. Social Studies Individual, culture, and Community •Discuss habitats •Discuss routines and activities at home and at school •Identify/Discuss similarities and differences among people, objects, or places •Investigate ways that people form a community •Learn about different cultures •Learn about family members Economics •Describe possible roles/responsibilities that people have •Discuss where food comes from
  38. 38. Art & Drama Centers Costumes Puppets Music Creativity Station National Curriculum Ámbito Corporal y Motricidad Corporal 2 hours Pretend & Learn Motricidad 2 hours Play & Learn Drama GMS Puppets Physical Development Art 2-3 hours Music 2-3 hours Creativity Station Songs FMS Books Fine Arts National Curriculum Ámbito Artístico
  39. 39. Puppetry and Staging
  40. 40. Dramatization
  41. 41. Social/Emotional Development Social • Act with courtesy and respect to others • Care for classroom materials/school property • Cooperate with others • Discuss etiquette • Help others • Participate in group activities • Share with others Emotional • Adusts to a new classroom situation • Discuss emotions • Express opinions
  42. 42. Conscious Discipline
  43. 43. Fine Arts and Music Fine Arts • Draw pictures/portraits • Participate in role-playing • Perform dance moves • Reenact a story or rhyme • Use various materials to create artwork Music • Clap a pattern • Explore rhythm • Make instruments • Participate in music activities
  44. 44. Art and Fine Motor Skills
  45. 45. Physical Development Gross Motor Skills • Demonstrate coordination and balance • Follow a sequence of movements • Perform actions in sports, games, and stories • Show an awareness of body parts • Show an awareness of moving through space Fine Motor Skills • Coordinate hand movements • Explore small manipulative objects • Learn sign language signs and finger spelling • Practice eye-hand coordination
  46. 46. Daily Lesson Plans Our Day 8:00- 8:20 CIRCLE TIME: Meeting Time/Story Time 8:20-9:05 ART AND DRAMA: Costumes, puppets, art, music 9:05- 9:25 HR: Science: exploration, water/sand station, light box, experiments 9:30-10:00 LUNCH TIME 10:00-10:20 HR: Relax Time 10:25-11:05 ABC: Reading, Writing, Magnetic Board 11:05-11:25 RECESS 11:30-12:15 MATH: Construction, Logical Mathematical: manipulatives, magnetic 12:15-13:00 HR: Connection 13:00-13:15 HR: Bye Bye Time
  47. 47. Jack and the Beanstalk Fantastic Fantasy • Theme 3 – Giants • Week 4 – Make Believe Giants Jacqueline Ibarra
  48. 48. Meeting Time
  49. 49. • Materials – Resources • Pages R2-R9 • Daily Message – Today is _________. – It is ____ outside. – We read __________ – We learned about____________ • CENTERS – Transition Time
  50. 50. Alphabet Overview Practicing the ABC’s Walk the Wall Build the Alphabet Whose name? Capital/Lowercase Memory Game Materials – Bilingual CD Songs of Learning Fun • The Alphabet Song – Letter cards – Index cards – Children’s name cards
  51. 51. Letter Work: Letter Routines 1. Introduce sing song 2. Letter names just like you have names 3. Explain we use letters to write names 4. Look for the latter that starts with your name 5. Apply tap the letters on the wall 1. Walk the wall 2. Build the Alphabet
  52. 52. Letter Routines 1 to 7 Daily Routines • Routine 1 Letter Sound – Introduce Consonant Letter Sound – WK1-4 D1/3 • Routine 2 Letter Sound – Review Consonant Letter Sound – WK1-4 D2/4 • Routine 3 Letter Sound – Review the Week’s Consonant Letter Sound – WK1-4 D5 Designated Weeks • Routine 4 Letter Sound – Introduce Long Vowel Sound – Designated weeks D1 • Routine 5 Letter Sound – Introduce Short Vowel Sound – Designated weeks D2 • Routine 6 Letter Sound – Review Short Vowel Sound – Designated weeks D3/4 • Routine 7 Letter Sound – Review the Week’s Long and Short Vowel Sound – Designated weeks D5
  53. 53. Alphabet Review
  54. 54. Routine 1 Letter Sound
  55. 55. Routine 2 Letter Sound
  56. 56. Routine 3 Letter Sound
  57. 57. Routine 4 Letter Sound
  58. 58. Routine 5 Letter Sound
  59. 59. Routine 6 Letter Sound
  60. 60. Routine 7 Letter Sound
  61. 61. Week Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 1-4 R1 R2 R1 R2 R3 Designated Weeks 1-4 R4 R5 R6 R6 R7 Letter Routines 1 to 7
  62. 62. Centers Art & Drama Creativity Station Play and Learn 123/Science Manipulatives Construction Cooking ABC Big Book Bilingual Folder
  63. 63. Centers • Digital Board • Pretend and Learn • Construction • Library • Creativity
  64. 64. National Curriculum Ministerial Agreement 042-14 / 041-14
  65. 65. MONDAY AREAS ACTIVITIES Identity & Autonomy The Big Green Giant Co-existing Skills Giant Handshake Science Planting a bean Math Measuring solids Language Jack and the Beanstalk Corporal and Motricity Giant steps Art Project Green Giant sponge painting
  66. 66. TUESDAY AREAS ACTIVITIES Co-existing Skills Settings the table Rollercoaster Breathing Science Flashlight shadows Math Measuring liquids Language Magnetic characters Corporal and Motricity Bean ArtArt Project
  67. 67. WEDNESDAY AREAS ACTIVITIES Identity & Autonomy Favorite Character in the story Co-existing Skills Giant Tag Science Measuring plants, trees and waterMath Language Outdoor reading Art Project Tree Collage
  68. 68. THURSDAY AREAS ACTIVITIES Co-existing Skills Green Giant Picnic Science Rock Garden Tree PatternsMath Language Giant Story Map Corporal and Motricity Giant Pattern Dance Art Project Gluing Leaves
  69. 69. FRIDAY AREAS ACTIVITIES Identity & Autonomy Dress up board Science Rock Chart Charcteristics Math Rock Patterns Language Describing Rocks Corporal and Motricity Tear and paste crepé paper Art Project Giant Project
  70. 70. Resources HMH • Think Central – SIP – J • Frog Street Software • Audios – 18 CDS • Library • OLV • HMH Folder – Patterns and Games – Conscious Discipline – Moving on Math Web • With directors approval – Videos – Links – Other
  71. 71. Assessment AREAS ASSESSMENT Identity & Autonomy Setting the table and dressing up Co-existing Skills Participate in group activities, cooperate and share Giant Handshake, Big Green Giant Science Observe, describe rocks, trees Descriptive Chart Math Measure, compare length, height and weight Categorize objects Register height, width of trees and weight of water Language Listen with interest, identify characters and setting, Retelling sequence of events Complete story map about Jack in the Beanstalk Corporal and Motricity Perform actions in a dance, activity or game Giant steps and dance Art Project Uses various forms of artwork Sing Giant Rumble. Tree collage and bean art
  72. 72. Theme 1
  73. 73. Theme 2
  74. 74. Theme 3
  75. 75. Theme 4
  76. 76. Theme 5
  77. 77. Theme 6
  78. 78. Theme 7
  79. 79. Theme 8
  80. 80. Theme 9
  81. 81. Assessment Theme and Learning Goals • Language and Literacy (Comprehension) – Oral language and Vocabulary – Phonological Awareness – Letter /Word knowledge • Social/Emotional Development – Physical Development • Math • Science and Social Studies – Health • Fine Arts – Fine Motor Skills – Gross Motor Skills Early Growth Indicators Desired Outcome What to Observe Instructional Approach Oral Language and Vocabulary Listens with interest Does the child respond? One-on-one setting Phonological Awareness Blend onset rime Is the child able to blend a beginning sound? Rime? One-on-one Small group beginning sounds, riddles Comprehension Retells story First Middle Last Retelling familiar selections Letter Recognition Identifies letters Is the child able to identify letters uc/lc Small groups sets of letters Number Sense Compares numbers Does the child know numbers? Represent quantity? Small group games compare pieces

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