[Demo Teaching] Designed Lesson Plan in Values Education for Teachers - Edu53

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[Demo Teaching] Designed Lesson Plan in Values Education for Teachers - Edu53

  1. 1. Subject Area: Visual Art Grade Level: 2 No. of Sessions: One Topic: The universe, the moon and the stars Art Making: Mobile-making
  2. 2. I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the children will have: a. described the monument to Yuri Gagarin; b. recited and talked about the poem, “Is this the Universe?”; c. worked in groups to make mobiles of moon and stars and hanged them on a ceiling to make a class “universe”; & d. talked about their artworks and art-making experience
  3. 3. II. Content References Ramirez, V. Is this the Universe? Reading Selection Artwork “Is this the Universe?” Lev Kerbel, “Yuri Gagarin Monument” Materials White bond paper Yellow colored paper Yarn (black) Masking Tape Cellophane (violet) Glitters (white & gold) Flash light
  4. 4. III. Procedures A. Preparation - Observe cleanliness - Prayer - Greetings - Checking of attendance - Review (Neil Armstrong)
  5. 5. B. Motivation The teacher and students will sing a song with action. Twinkle twinkle little star, How I wonder what you are, Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky,
  6. 6. III. Procedures PRELIMINARY ACTIVITY A. Show the children the sculpture of Yuri Gagarin Monument. Tell them about Yuri Gagarin.
  7. 7. Ask the children to say something about the monument. 1. What colors appear in the metal and aluminum monument? 2. Describe the outfit of Yuri Gagarin. 3. Why does the monument have very tall?
  8. 8. B. Have he children recite the poem “Is this the Universe?”: Is this the Universe At last our spaceship is launched we speed up into outer space, I see the earth what a marvelous sight! Then it was out of sight we float as light as feather passed planets here and there the moon, as well. Is this the universe? what power has created this vast space, unfathomable to the human mind. Unlocking of difficulties • Marvelous - extraordinary • Vast – very great in size • Unfathomable - immeasurable
  9. 9. At last our spaceship is launched we speed up into outer space, I see the earth what a marvelous sight! Then it was out of sight we float as light as feather passed planets here and there the moon, as well. Is this the universe? what power has created this vast space, unfathomable to the human mind. Discuss the following with the children: 1. Who is the speaker in the poem? 2. How did he feel about seeing the earth? 3. How did he feel about the vastness of the universe? • Is this the Universe
  10. 10. At last our spaceship is launched we speed up into outer space, I see the earth what a marvelous sight! Then it was out of sight we float as light as feather passed planets here and there the moon, as well. Is this the universe? what power has created this vast space, unfathomable to the human mind. What action words the poet did to describe what he does in space? a._____spaceship b._____outer space c._____ the earth d._____ planets here and there e._____ vast space • Is this the Universe
  11. 11. PRESENTATION OF THE LESSON Mobile Making: A Class Universe on the Ceiling Procedure: 1. Form five groups. Tell each group to make a stars of different sizes. One group will be assigned to make half-moon in addition to the stars. 2. Assigned groups will draw small stars (white) and big stars (yellow). 3. The moon will be mounted directly on the ceiling using masking tape. 4. Each groups hangs its mobile to the ceiling in places designated by the teacher. 5. After working, the children tidy up their work area and put the art materials in their proper place. 6. try to stare at the class “Universe” with lights off and allow the students to enjoy the view.
  12. 12. DEVELOPMENT OF THE LESSON PROCESSING Meaning Making Through Art Allow the children to reflect on their art making process. Each group must have representatives. 1. Why did you work in groups? 2. How much time did it take your group to finish the artwork? 3. How did you feel after you completed your work? 4. Who would like you to invite to see our class “Universe”?
  13. 13. SYNTHESIS Guide the children in making a statement about the universe, the moon and the stars, using as many descriptive words as possible. IV. EVALUATION Turn the lights off. Use a flashlight to light the ceiling. Ask students to compress/form circle and look at the class “universe”. Make them imagine that they are Yuri Gagarin floating in the sky, surrounded by moon and the stars.
  14. 14. After a few minutes, turn the lights on. Make each group to talk about their experience. Each group must have representatives. 1. What did you observe in the class “Universe”? 2. How did you feel about what you saw? 3. How do you think Yuri Gagarin felt when he was actually up in the universe? The teacher will listen to the children’s discussion and observe how they can articulate their feelings and ideas.
  15. 15. V. ASSIGNMENT Go outside your house at night and observe the moon and the stars. Get a bond paper and draw the arrangement of the moon and stars in the sky. Be prepared to share this in class.
  16. 16. Prepared by: Tan, Denise Margarette P. Edu53-301E

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