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Linsky mobile lesson plan

  1. 1. + Mobile Lesson Plan Katy Linsky
  2. 2. + Essential Question  How do curves and lines go together to create our weekly uppercase letter?  Long Line  Short Line  Big Curve  Little Curve
  3. 3. + Standards  CC.1.1.PK.B (Also falls under CC.1.1.K.B)  Identify basic features of print  Differentiate between numbers and letters and letters and words.  Recognize and name some (Kindergarten is all) uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
  4. 4. + Grade Level  Pre-K & Kindergarten  Literacy: Alphabet Writing  10-20 minutes Subject Length of Lesson
  5. 5. + Outcome Goals  Students will be able to:  Identify the formation of the letter  Create the letter correctly  Self-evaluate if their formation is correct for students
  6. 6. + Technology Tools Needed  Tablets for at least a small group (3-4 students)  Wet-Try-Dry App (official Handwriting without tears app)  Or any free Drawing/Writing Apps  Doodle Buddy  Neon Draw  Drawing Neon  Glow Draw
  7. 7. + Activities  Shape Practice:  Students use blank canvas to practice their big/little curves and long/short lines  Guided Practice:  Use saved or screen shot images of worksheets from http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/p rinting.html  Open saved images in apps.  Students trace letters for practice  Independent Practice:  Students use blank canvas to create the letters by themselves
  8. 8. + Assessment  Immediate Feedback through practice  Students save images of letters they created themselves for digital portfolio
  9. 9. + Accessibility Considerations  Accessibility is not a concern since this activity is done in the classroom and group sizing can be adjusted for number of available tablets.  Other options:  Rice/sand bins  Wet paint/aloe sensory bags
  10. 10. + Management  Small groups of 3-5 students (or however many tablets may be available)

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