LESSON PLAN #1

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This lesson plan was an assignment from my ED451 (A/V Ed.) with Dr. Cyrus at the University of Guam. We were to create a lesson plan using the ASSURE model, that would have students utilize a digital spreadsheet.

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LESSON PLAN #1

  1. 1. “Picking the HEALTHIER Healthy Fruits”<br />(ASSURE Lesson Plan)<br />ANALYZE LEARNERS<br /><ul><li>General Characteristics
  2. 2. The learners are second grade students between the ages of 7 and 8 years old. There are no students with mental or physical disabilities. The students have diverse cultural backgrounds – Chamoru, Filipino, Caucasian, Palauan. All students come from middle class families. Usually, students are average to above average achievers. Class size is small with only 16 students, 7 boys and 9 girls.
  3. 3. Entry Competencies</li></ul>A nutrition lesson was introduced three days prior to this one. Students categorized healthy and unhealthy foods. They also were briefly introduced on finding the nutrition facts on labels. <br />Students have been taught to make tables using MS Word, and have been introduced to MS Excel.<br /><ul><li>Learning Styles
  4. 4. Students are verbal and visual learners
  5. 5. Examples need to be provided</li></ul>STATE OBJECTIVES<br />Students will<br /><ul><li>Read nutrition labels for total carbohydrate levels in Del Monte and Dole canned pineapples
  6. 6. Read nutrition labels for total carbohydrates in Del Monte and Dole canned Mandarin oranges
  7. 7. Read nutrition labels for sugars in both fruits
  8. 8. Sort the information gathered in a table
  9. 9. Use MS Excel to create a graph based on their table
  10. 10. Explain which fruit is healthier based on graph
  11. 11. Explain which brand is healthier based on graph</li></ul>Select instructional methods, media, and materials<br /><ul><li>Methods
  12. 12. Teacher will review previous nutrition lesson and table made during that lesson
  13. 13. Students will work in pairs, having 8 pairs altogether
  14. 14. Students will use MS Word to create table, then MS Excel to create graphic representation of information gathered.
  15. 15. Media
  16. 16. MS Word
  17. 17. MS Excel
  18. 18. Materials
  19. 19. Information from previous lesson
  20. 20. Computer lab, reserved for the day
  21. 21. Projector acquired by teacher
  22. 22. Food labels (brought in or found online)</li></ul>UTILIZE MEDIA AND MATERIALS<br /><ul><li>Teacher will use personal laptop and projector to review previous nutrition lesson
  23. 23. Teacher will check for food labels brought in, and will offer website for those who do not have labels.
  24. 24. MS Word will be used to create table of gathered information
  25. 25. Teacher will display pre-made table after students are done</li></ul>Canned PineapplesCanned Mandarin OrangesDel MonteDoleDel MonteDoleTotal Carbohydrates (g)17.0g15.0g19.0g18.0gSugars (g)15.0g13.0g19.g17.0g<br /><ul><li>MS Excel will be utilized to create a graph of the above information</li></ul>REQUIRE LEARNER PARTICIPATION<br /><ul><li>Students will work with person next to them
  26. 26. Using the information from nutrition labels, students will create a table similar to that shown above.
  27. 27. Once the table is created, students will use that information to create a graph in MS Excel.
  28. 28. Each pair will create their tables, using different formats and being creative.
  29. 29. Once completed, students will compile tables.
  30. 30. Each pair will show their table and chart to the class.
  31. 31. The class will have a group discussion on what they have learned.
  32. 32. Students will offer ideas on how to use tables and graphs for another nutrition lesson.
  33. 33. For homework, students will write a reflection paper on what fruit is shown to be the healthiest, and which brand is the healthiest. </li></ul>EVALUATE AND REVISE<br /><ul><li>Assessment of learners
  34. 34. Students will read and gather information from nutrition labels with 100% accuracy.
  35. 35. Students will create a table on MS Word to show total carbohydrate levels and total sugars for Del Monte and Dole canned pineapples and mandarin oranges with 90% accuracy
  36. 36. Using the information in the table, students will create a graph on MS Excel to show information with 70% accuracy
  37. 37. Students will be able to present information and answer required questions with 90-95% accuracy
  38. 38. Evaluation of methods
  39. 39. Students worked well together, and were able to work quicker
  40. 40. Examples and prompts proved helpful
  41. 41. Evaluation of media
  42. 42. Students had sufficient time to complete lesson
  43. 43. Students had ample access to computers and teacher-provided projector</li></ul>NOTES:<br />References:<br />Food Details. http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-del-monte-mandarin-oranges-i82738.<br /> <br />Food Details. http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-del-monte-pineapple-chunks-its-i82800.<br /> <br />Food Details. http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-dole-pineapple-chunks-100-percent-i92272.<br /> <br />Food Details. http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-dole-mandarin-oranges-i92285.<br />

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