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SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FORMAT #1
Date:
Unit: Who are the French
Grade Level: 7th
Lesson
Goals/Aims/Objectives Standards
Body of Lesson:
Opening
Activities
Closing
How will the learning be assessed?
State specifically the evidence found in your assessment of student work that documents
successful progress toward your goals and the standards.
Resources/Materials
SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FORMAT #2
Date: Subject: Grade:
Goals/Objectives/Standards:
Time Opening/Framing the Lesson/Introduction/Early
Assessment
Monitor/Feedback
The Lesson Structure: Activities
Closing/Assessment
Homework
Self Evaluation of the Lesson
Resources/Materials
SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FORMAT #3
Name: Karen Bryan Unit: chapitre 7 review
Text: Holt – Allez, viens, level one Grade Level: 8 (beginning of year)
Lesson: Religious diversity in American and French cultures
Goals: Students will …
Reduce stereotyping
Gain respect for diversity in U.S. and French cultures
Compare and contrast U.S. and French culture
Realize that populations of both countries are diverse, esp. in religious affiliation
Concepts
French population is religiously and ethnically diverse, just as the American
population is diverse.
World Language Standards:
Standard 1
COMMUNICATION: Write and speak in a language other than English
Learners engage in written and spoken conversations on a variety of topics.
(Interpersonal)
8.1.2 Accurately state information about self, family, and friends.
Standard 4
CULTURES: Develop awareness of other cultures
Learners examine, experience, and reflect on the relationships among the practices,
products, and perspectives of the cultures studied.
8.4.2 Examine products, perspectives, and symbols of the target cultures
through guided participation.
Standard 5
CONNECTIONS: Make connections to other content areas
Learners use the target language to expand their knowledge of and make
connections among multiple content areas.
8.5.1 Investigate and report on objects and concepts from other content areas.
Standard 7
COMPARISONS: Investigate the nature of language and culture
Learners understand the nature of language and culture through comparisons of the
languages and cultures studied and their own.
8.7.5 Compare the social patterns of other cultures and the learner’s own culture.
Materials:
Photos of American and French children and adults; clip art of religious symbols
and places of worship.
Vocabulary: Adjectives of nationality (americain/francais); adjectives of religion
(crétien, juif, musulman); Nouns: places of worship (mosquée, temple, synagogue,
église)
Grammar: être - Il/elle est; ils/elles sont; c’est
Motivational Hooks:
Questions: What do Americans look like? What do French people look like? Then
teacher will begin slide show (see “Framing the Lesson: Opening) of French and
American photos to show the diversity of both cultures.
Framing the Lesson: Opening
Teacher begins with a slide show of various photos of French and American
children, adults, and entire families at work, at play, at school, and at worship,
without any accompanying commentary.
Activities: (in French class) Will take place over two class periods.
1. Teacher asks, “What do Americans look like? After responses, asks, “What
do French people look like?
2. Teacher begins slide show (repeat of images in “Framing the Lesson”
section) of American children and adult photos and asks, interchangeably:
“Il/elle est américain(e)? Il/elle est français(e)?”
3. After showing all the photos, teacher will go through slide show again and
identify the photos with the statements: Il est américain, elle est française.
4. Show pictures of places of worship. Show them a second time, this time
with accompanying statements: “C’est une mosquée, c’est une église, c’est
une synagogue.” Also introduce the adjectives: chrétien, chrétienne, juif,
juive, musulman, musulmane.
Also identify the following symbols of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity:
5. Next, draw several stick figures, male and female singly and in groups on the
chalkboard or overhead transparency. Draw a religious symbol next to each
figure or group of figures. Ask questions “Il est muselman? Il est juif?
Elles sont crétiennes? Les français sont muselmans? Les américains sont
juifs? Il y a des français crétiens? Lead to discussion in English: What do
French people look like? What do American people look like? Which
religions do they follow?
6. After discussion, summarize the main concepts: France and the U.S. have
ethnically and religiously diverse populations.
7. Show graph (following) with percentage of Muslim affiliation in France, the
U.S., and other European countries. Students will interpret the graph in
English by making statements, such as “Approximately 8% of France’s
population is Muslim.”
Closing:
Teacher will model a Venn diagram (following) with three sections headed “French”
and “American” with an intersecting “Both” section. Students will participate in
creating a list of differences (between the two cultures) in the French and American
sections, and they will list the characteristics the two groups share in the intersecting
“Both” section. Students will use information that they have learned throughout
their French course about family life, school life, and other aspects of French
culture. Students will then write a paragraph in which they discuss the similarities
(many) and differences (few) between Americans and French, with a concluding
sentence stating the main concept of the diversity of both cultures.
Assignment: Write a 5-paragraph essay comparing and contrasting French and
American cultures using the information listed in the Venn diagram along with other
information you have learned in your French course. Be sure to include:
1. Aspects of American culture not typical in France,
2. Aspects of French culture not typical in the U.S.,
3. Cultural aspects shared by both cultures,
4. An introduction, a well-developed body, and a conclusion to your essay.
VENN DIAGRAM - FRENCH AND AMERICAN CULTURE
FRENCH BOTH AMERICAN
Adaptations of the Above:
With the 7th
grade class, also use the lesson as an opportunity to review the basic
concepts of adjective formation in French with the new adjectives “français,
américain, chrétien, musulman, juif” after Chapter 3 of Holt Allez, viens, level one.
Cross Curricular Activities: (I also have my 8th
grade French students for
Language Arts class immediately following their French class, and I attempt to
make connections between the two subjects whenever possible.)
Language Arts Standards:
Standard 8.3.5 Identify and analyze recurring themes that appear frequently
across traditional and contemporary works.
Standard 8.5.2 Write responses to literature that connect response to the
writer’s techniques and to specific textual references.
Language Arts: analyzing theme in essay “Words to Sit in like Chairs,” by
Palestinian-American writer Naomi Shihab Nye; writing response to essay, citing
specific textual references
Three days for reading the selection and writing the essay and one additional day for
revisions to the essay.
1. Students will read the essay “Words to Sit in Like Chairs,” by Palestinian-
American writer Naomi Shihab Nye in their Prentice Hall Literature books,
p. 1038, and the entire class (with the teacher) will analyze the theme of
tolerance which is present in the essay.
2. Students will respond to the reading by analyzing the writer’s technique
(writing in first person) and its effect on the theme of the essay.
Math: reading and interpreting graphs on Muslims in France, U.S. and other
European countries.
Assessment
Use the Indiana Department of Education ISTEP+ Applied Skills Language Arts
rubric to assess the content, word choice, and language conventions of the
compare/contrast essay.
http://doe.state.in.us/istep/2005/Data/47030Web_07eTSG_f05IN.pdf

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OBE lesson plan format

  • 1. SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FORMAT #1 Date: Unit: Who are the French Grade Level: 7th Lesson Goals/Aims/Objectives Standards Body of Lesson: Opening Activities Closing How will the learning be assessed? State specifically the evidence found in your assessment of student work that documents successful progress toward your goals and the standards. Resources/Materials
  • 2. SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FORMAT #2 Date: Subject: Grade: Goals/Objectives/Standards: Time Opening/Framing the Lesson/Introduction/Early Assessment Monitor/Feedback The Lesson Structure: Activities Closing/Assessment Homework Self Evaluation of the Lesson Resources/Materials
  • 3. SAMPLE LESSON PLAN FORMAT #3 Name: Karen Bryan Unit: chapitre 7 review Text: Holt – Allez, viens, level one Grade Level: 8 (beginning of year) Lesson: Religious diversity in American and French cultures Goals: Students will … Reduce stereotyping Gain respect for diversity in U.S. and French cultures Compare and contrast U.S. and French culture Realize that populations of both countries are diverse, esp. in religious affiliation Concepts French population is religiously and ethnically diverse, just as the American population is diverse. World Language Standards: Standard 1 COMMUNICATION: Write and speak in a language other than English Learners engage in written and spoken conversations on a variety of topics. (Interpersonal) 8.1.2 Accurately state information about self, family, and friends. Standard 4 CULTURES: Develop awareness of other cultures Learners examine, experience, and reflect on the relationships among the practices, products, and perspectives of the cultures studied. 8.4.2 Examine products, perspectives, and symbols of the target cultures through guided participation. Standard 5 CONNECTIONS: Make connections to other content areas Learners use the target language to expand their knowledge of and make connections among multiple content areas. 8.5.1 Investigate and report on objects and concepts from other content areas. Standard 7 COMPARISONS: Investigate the nature of language and culture Learners understand the nature of language and culture through comparisons of the
  • 4. languages and cultures studied and their own. 8.7.5 Compare the social patterns of other cultures and the learner’s own culture. Materials: Photos of American and French children and adults; clip art of religious symbols and places of worship. Vocabulary: Adjectives of nationality (americain/francais); adjectives of religion (crétien, juif, musulman); Nouns: places of worship (mosquée, temple, synagogue, église) Grammar: être - Il/elle est; ils/elles sont; c’est Motivational Hooks: Questions: What do Americans look like? What do French people look like? Then teacher will begin slide show (see “Framing the Lesson: Opening) of French and American photos to show the diversity of both cultures. Framing the Lesson: Opening Teacher begins with a slide show of various photos of French and American children, adults, and entire families at work, at play, at school, and at worship, without any accompanying commentary.
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  • 7. Activities: (in French class) Will take place over two class periods. 1. Teacher asks, “What do Americans look like? After responses, asks, “What do French people look like? 2. Teacher begins slide show (repeat of images in “Framing the Lesson” section) of American children and adult photos and asks, interchangeably: “Il/elle est américain(e)? Il/elle est français(e)?” 3. After showing all the photos, teacher will go through slide show again and identify the photos with the statements: Il est américain, elle est française. 4. Show pictures of places of worship. Show them a second time, this time with accompanying statements: “C’est une mosquée, c’est une église, c’est une synagogue.” Also introduce the adjectives: chrétien, chrétienne, juif, juive, musulman, musulmane.
  • 8. Also identify the following symbols of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity:
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  • 10. 5. Next, draw several stick figures, male and female singly and in groups on the chalkboard or overhead transparency. Draw a religious symbol next to each figure or group of figures. Ask questions “Il est muselman? Il est juif? Elles sont crétiennes? Les français sont muselmans? Les américains sont juifs? Il y a des français crétiens? Lead to discussion in English: What do French people look like? What do American people look like? Which religions do they follow? 6. After discussion, summarize the main concepts: France and the U.S. have ethnically and religiously diverse populations. 7. Show graph (following) with percentage of Muslim affiliation in France, the U.S., and other European countries. Students will interpret the graph in English by making statements, such as “Approximately 8% of France’s population is Muslim.”
  • 11. Closing: Teacher will model a Venn diagram (following) with three sections headed “French” and “American” with an intersecting “Both” section. Students will participate in creating a list of differences (between the two cultures) in the French and American sections, and they will list the characteristics the two groups share in the intersecting “Both” section. Students will use information that they have learned throughout their French course about family life, school life, and other aspects of French culture. Students will then write a paragraph in which they discuss the similarities (many) and differences (few) between Americans and French, with a concluding sentence stating the main concept of the diversity of both cultures. Assignment: Write a 5-paragraph essay comparing and contrasting French and American cultures using the information listed in the Venn diagram along with other information you have learned in your French course. Be sure to include: 1. Aspects of American culture not typical in France, 2. Aspects of French culture not typical in the U.S.,
  • 12. 3. Cultural aspects shared by both cultures, 4. An introduction, a well-developed body, and a conclusion to your essay. VENN DIAGRAM - FRENCH AND AMERICAN CULTURE FRENCH BOTH AMERICAN Adaptations of the Above: With the 7th grade class, also use the lesson as an opportunity to review the basic concepts of adjective formation in French with the new adjectives “français, américain, chrétien, musulman, juif” after Chapter 3 of Holt Allez, viens, level one. Cross Curricular Activities: (I also have my 8th grade French students for Language Arts class immediately following their French class, and I attempt to make connections between the two subjects whenever possible.) Language Arts Standards: Standard 8.3.5 Identify and analyze recurring themes that appear frequently across traditional and contemporary works. Standard 8.5.2 Write responses to literature that connect response to the writer’s techniques and to specific textual references. Language Arts: analyzing theme in essay “Words to Sit in like Chairs,” by Palestinian-American writer Naomi Shihab Nye; writing response to essay, citing specific textual references
  • 13. Three days for reading the selection and writing the essay and one additional day for revisions to the essay. 1. Students will read the essay “Words to Sit in Like Chairs,” by Palestinian- American writer Naomi Shihab Nye in their Prentice Hall Literature books, p. 1038, and the entire class (with the teacher) will analyze the theme of tolerance which is present in the essay. 2. Students will respond to the reading by analyzing the writer’s technique (writing in first person) and its effect on the theme of the essay. Math: reading and interpreting graphs on Muslims in France, U.S. and other European countries. Assessment Use the Indiana Department of Education ISTEP+ Applied Skills Language Arts rubric to assess the content, word choice, and language conventions of the compare/contrast essay. http://doe.state.in.us/istep/2005/Data/47030Web_07eTSG_f05IN.pdf