Here is my original lesson:Lesson TitleProcedural WritingLearning Goals(Curriculum Expectations)A procedure is a non-ficti...
Part 2-ActionStudents will work in small groups/pairs to complete a procedure piece. Sotext (differentiated instruction)10...
Examples of procedures include recipes, experiments, instructions or direcLesson ComponentsPart 1-Minds On   Ask students...
What did we learn about procedure writing today?5 minutes        1. Steps are in order        2. It is a way to explain ho...
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This lesson is a revised version by integrating technology-the utilization of Promethean Board. Students are required to put the steps in order by moving the pictures on the board. Then they add the transitional words to connect the pictures. At last, students write down the procedures on the board. As a follow up activity, students work in groups to complete a hands-on activity to help them understand the concept of Procedure Writing further. I find that my students enjoyed the hands on activity such as moving around the pictures on the Promethean Board.

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  1. 1. Here is my original lesson:Lesson TitleProcedural WritingLearning Goals(Curriculum Expectations)A procedure is a non-fiction framework that outlines how something is donProcedures include an opening statement of an aim or a goal, materials orof steps and an evaluation to comment on the success (or not) of the proceExamples of procedures include recipes, experiments, instructions or direcLesson componentsPart 1-Minds On • Activate prior knowledge on Procedure Writing • Explain and list on the chart paper: Purpose, Materials, Steps and Co • Provide exemplars in a folder with a sticky note and have students an characteristics of the writing in 4 groups of 3 • Share their findings20 Minutes
  2. 2. Part 2-ActionStudents will work in small groups/pairs to complete a procedure piece. Sotext (differentiated instruction)10 minutesPart 3-CosolidationCongress • How have you completed the task?  What transitional words could be used in your procedure writing? ( e.  What did we learn about procedure writing today? 1. Steps are in order 2. It is a way to explain how to do or make something 3. Could be recipes, game instruction, directions10 minutesHere is the revised version:Lesson TitleProcedure WritingLearning Goal (Curriculum Expectations)A procedure is a non-fiction framework that outlines how something is donProcedures include an opening statement of an aim or a goal, materials orin order of use, the method presented as a series of steps and an evaluatiothe success (or not )of the procedure.
  3. 3. Examples of procedures include recipes, experiments, instructions or direcLesson ComponentsPart 1-Minds On  Ask students, “What do you remember about procedure writing?”  Play cartoon video of “how-to” writing so that students are able to hea create a procedure framework 10 minutesPart 2-ActionStudents are given the task that a visitor is coming to our school and needmy way to your classroom by putting the picture instructions in the proper oStudents come up to the Promethean Board, one at a time, to place the pic5 minutesDiscuss with students how they completed the task.2 minutesWhat transition words could be added to this visual procedure?2 minutesStudents will work in small groups/pairs to complete a procedure piece. Sotext (differentiated instruction)10 minutesPart 3- ConsolidationCongress  Students will use the Promethean Board to display their procedure fra  What have they done well? Is their procedure missing anything?5 minutesPart 4-Highlights and Summary
  4. 4. What did we learn about procedure writing today?5 minutes 1. Steps are in order 2. It is a way to explain how to do or make something 3. Could be recipes, game instruction, directions

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