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Teacher’s name : Montse Peláez
LESSON PLAN
Title of the Lesson: _The Planets and Moons of our Solar System Date: January 2...
Bloom's Taxonomy:
Creating
Evaluating
Analising
Applying
Understanding
Remembering
ICT resources
Digital blackboard
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Task 1
Warm up activity. We show the pupils a picture of the Earth from the space. The
teacher asks them questions like :
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Task 3
Presentation with flashcards of the planets, celestial bodies and space things.They have to
classify into three gro...
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The solar system

  1. 1. Teacher’s name : Montse Peláez LESSON PLAN Title of the Lesson: _The Planets and Moons of our Solar System Date: January 2015 Unit of Study :Science Level and group : 5th Number of children : 29 Background Information: The previous knowledge the students have of the solar system from other lessons in their mother tongue. Learning objectives: CONTENT : The Sun as the main star of the solar system. The Earth in the solar system. COMMUNICATION: (Language of/for/through learning) Vocaculary : Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars; Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune, Uranus, Earth, Galaxies, Universe,Moon,asterioid,comet. Structures: The Sun goes before…, The Earth goes after…, There is a…, There are…, bigger than / the biggest, smaller than, the smallest. Making predictions. Expressing opinions. Comparing. Asking and answering questions. COGNITION : Predicting information. Comparisons. Developing idedas. Hypothesizing and applying information. CULTURE: Be concius that we form part of the Solar System and the relationships between different planets. OUTCOMES : At the end of the lesson, students will be able to identify the eight planets. Work in groups.Classify the planets according to different criteria.. To cooperate in group. Competencies involved: Communicative Learn to learn Art and Culture Maths Assessment: Can the students…? Sort information into different groups and state classification. Remember, name and order the eight planets worked on. Identifiy and describe pictures from the topic. Lesson development: Activity title Warm up activity KWL chart Planets / Celestial bodies / Space things Model with plasticine of the Solar System Oral description comparing planets. (substitution table) Time 10 ´ 10 ‘ 10 ‘ 20 ‘ 10 ‘ Description I show them a picture of the Earth from the space and I ask them some questions In groups they complete the chart with these questions: What do I Know?/What do I want to Know? What have I learned? ( The last question they will answer at the end of the project.. Each group put the names in the correct place. Each group make a model of the Solar System with plasticine.They have to put in order from the closest to the furthest from the Sun. Each group tell a sentence to the rest of the class using the substitution table. Interaction T- Ss Ss- Ss Ss – Ss Ss – T Ss – Ss Ss – T Ss – Ss Ss – T Ss – Ss T - SS Skills S L W /S/L/ R/ S / L S / L S /L/ W Materials Digital blackboard Chart Cards Plasticine Cardboards Markers Substitution table
  2. 2. Bloom's Taxonomy: Creating Evaluating Analising Applying Understanding Remembering ICT resources Digital blackboard http://starchild.gsfc.nava.gov/Images/StarChil d/space level 1 http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_scienc e/terc/navigation/investigation.cfm Personal notes/reminders/homework/other considerations: Key: Interaction: T-Ss (teacher-students) T- S (teacher-student) S-S (student-student) Ss-Ss (students-students) Skills: L (listening) W (writing) S (speaking) R (reading) I (interacting)
  3. 3. Task 1 Warm up activity. We show the pupils a picture of the Earth from the space. The teacher asks them questions like : - Which planet can you see in the photo ? - What shape has it got ? - What colour can you see ? - How do we take this type of photo ? - Why is it called the blue planet ? - Do you know how Google Earth take photos ? https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&docid=A9Z04SRqB phUxM&tbnid=I6mUIX2BemSxbM:&ved=0CAUQjRw&url=http%3A%2F%2Fes.wikipedia.org%2 Fwiki%2FTierra&ei=tBuyUpSZA8aL7AbvgoCIBA&psig=AFQjCNFMbEKB- I19mgMSycpG2lc0VkF5hA&ust=1387490609527468 Task 2 KWL Chart. Now we are going to complete a KWL chart. In the fist column write anything you know about the Solar System . In the second column what your want to know and the third one, we will finish at the end of the unit. What do I know? What do I want to know? What have I learned ?
  4. 4. Task 3 Presentation with flashcards of the planets, celestial bodies and space things.They have to classify into three groups: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Meteorit, Uranus, Neptune, Asteroid, Comet, Galaxies, Moon, Rocket, Sun, Satellite, Rocket. PLANETS CELESTIAL BODIES SPACE THINGS Task 4 In groups they make a model of the Solar System with plasticine. They have to put in order from the closest to the furthest from the Sun. Then each group tell a sentence to the rest of the class using the substitution table (comparatives and superlatives ) Jupiter Venus The Sun Earth Mars Saturn Uranus Neptune Bigger Smaller
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