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### Lesson plan4intro2teach

1. 1. Overview: In this lesson, students will be introduced to learning all of the days of the year byfirst learning the days of the week.Standards: Chronological ThinkingBenchmark #: SS.K.A.3.2Benchmark Description: Explain that calendars represent days of the week and months of theyear.Subject Area: NGSSS: Social StudiesStrand: American HistoryRelated Benchmarks: 1. Number:MA.K.G.5.1 Description:Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of time using identifiers such as morning, afternoon, day, week, month, year, before/after, shorter/longer 2. Number: SS.K.A.3.2 Description:Explain that calendars represent days of the week and months of the year.http://www.cpalms.org/standards/flstandardsearch.aspxKeywords:calendar, time, first, next, last, soon, later, before, afterLearning Objectives:Students will be able to do the following: Identify the days of the week Be able to say the days of the week in chronological order Be able to understand how to find/identify the days of the week through school activities/centersMaterials/Resources Needed: - Construction paper - Pencils, markers, and crayons - New technologies (i.e. projector, speakers, pointer) - Blank calendar - Loose leaf paper - Computers
2. 2. Introduction/Start-Up:Start-off the day with the slow “Days of the week” song.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fFirtO5-PsStep 1: Introduce the Days of the Week - Have one the children tell you what the day of the week is. - Have one student put up the date of the week on the calendar. - Have another student change the “Today Is” and “Yesterday Was” sheet.Step 2: Days of the Week Rap - Introduce the 2nd Days of the Week song - This song will teach the students the days of the week AND the syllables that are in day. - The clapping helps the students retain how many syllables there are in each word, and it’s fun!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BATdBYIXF1QStep 3: Centers 1. Game on the computers - 1/3 of the classroom will be engaged on interactive games that have to do with being able to identifying the days of the week. 2. Book activity – 1/3 of the class will be creating their own book. A book will already be made that has 8 pages. First page will contain a title and a picture. The students will be instructed to dedicate one page per day in chronological order. Each page will have to have a picture of what their favorite thing to do on the specific day. 3. Carpet time- 1/3 of the students will be on the carpet engaging in an interactive activity with the teacher.*Students will rotate and complete each center.Step 4: Story Time - Read a book to the students that deals with the days of the week. http://compare.ebay.com/like/330835267745?var=lv&ltyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var =sbar - After the book is read, wrap up the concept by having them fill out a Days of the Week Graphic Organizer or completing a puzzle. This will allow the students the write the days of the week in chronological order and make the chronological connection. - The puzzle is as follows: