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Grade Six Mathematics

Words: 2529 Length: 6 Pages Document Type: Lesson Plan Paper #: 85325876

Part 1:
Lesson plan 1
1. Lesson Plan Information
Subject/Course: Mathematics
Name:
Grade Level: Sixth
Date: Time:
Topic: Fractions
Length of Period: 1hr 30 minutes
Standard: Pennsylvania’s Common Core State Standard CC.2.3.2.A.2 for Mathematics
2. Lesson objective(s)
Expectation(s) (Directly from The State Curriculum):
i. Understanding of fractions (parts of a fraction)
ii. Understand basic operations with fractions
· Addition
· Subtractions
· Division
· Multiplication
iii. Ability to perform operations with fractions
Learning Skills (Where applicable):
· Creative thinking
· Critical analysis
3. Learning Context
A. The Learners
Sixth grade learners have basic knowledge on fractions, how to perform basic operations on fractions.
To accommodate diversity (learning), different methods of instructions will be used. The primary method of instructions will be guidance notes to ensure challenged learners are carried along.
B. Learning Environment
A learner-centered classroom environment is to be used. Classroom practices will be aimed at discovering what the…… [Read More]

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11th Grade History

Words: 1623 Length: 3 Pages Document Type: Lesson Plan Paper #: 79552905

ASSIGNMENT VI: CROSS-CURRICULAR LESSON TEMPLATE
GROUP LESSON PLAN & TEACH MINI LESSON in class
All components below must be present.
Note: Sources obtained or borrowed must be cited (in the lesson plan and power point
presentation) whether they originate from a book chapter, an article, a website or a
fieldwork teacher you observed.
Grade Level: (9-12th)
Two Content Areas of Lesson:
Reconstruction and Industrialization & Urbanization.
Lesson Theme (overarching concept that will be taught, that applies to the subjects the group has decided to focus on):
The lesson will focus on understanding industrial development in the United States in the aftermath of the American Civil War, which is a period commonly known as Reconstruction.
Narrative Overview (2-3 short paragraphs):
• Describe the cross-curricular (at least 2 subjects) lesson or unit.
This lesson will provide significant insights relating to historical and economic development of the United States during this period. Therefore,…… [Read More]

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Declaration of Independence

Words: 1310 Length: 4 Pages Document Type: Lesson Plan Paper #: 73104267

Social Science Lesson Plan Part II
Lesson Title:
American Revolution: Understanding the Declaration of Independence—Vocabulary and Reading Comprehension Lesson Plan
Unit Central Historical Question(s):
How did the Declaration of Independence justify the American Revolution?
Subject / Course:
American History
Grade:
8th
Lesson Duration:
55 min
Content Learning Objective (content and product):
Students will be able to determine the meaning and uses of terms and phrases by examining them in context and relating them to the cultural ideas of the time.
After completing the anticipatory set, a brief review, investigating Document A and B as a class, completing the guided instruction, and engaging in a class discussion, students will be able to identify key terms and phrases and explain their meaning.
Historical Thinking Learning Objective (thinking skill and product):
Students will be able to weigh the justifications for the American Revolution by considering them in the light of the philosophies of…… [Read More]

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How Constructivism Can Help Teach Math Concepts

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Constructivist Lesson Plan
According to a recent study, using constructivism in math classess demonstrates thay new any and all new concepts of math can be understood using prior knowledge (Cometto, 2008). The goal of constructivist learning is designed for the pupils to first acquire information and then develop an understanding, with the teacher’s assistance (Noll et al., 2008) Given the pupils' very own experiences they are able to learn new concepts and understand them in their own specific way (Akkaei, 2008).
The subsequent lesson program I've developed is actually dependent on the constructivist viewpoint and this is going to revolve around a math class on shapes. Using this particular lesson program, the pupils will be in a position to construct their very own understanding of various styles and shapes.
l encourage pupils to evaluate their capabilities and understanding (Akkawi, 2008). So the issue which will be answered in this specific…… [Read More]

References
Akkawi, Seema. Constructivist Lesson Plan. M-O-T. 2008. CMA. Access from: http://wwwedu-cma.blogspot.com/2008/05/sample-of-constructivist-lesson-plan.html?m=1
Cometto, Tomas. Implementing Constructivism in Mathematics Classrooms. 2008. Accessed from https://www.google.com.pk/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://sites.oxy.edu/ron/math/400/07/TomasCometto.ppt&ved=2ahUKEwipq7jrj4_YAhWKzaQKHVXEAmUQFjAAegQIBRAB&usg=AOvVaw04hLxjCmuv9gwypyV8hg12
Noll, James Wm; Elklind, David; Carson, Jamin. Clashing Views on Educational Issues. Fifteenth edition. New York: McGraw Hill, 2008
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Three Lessons Plans for Teaching Baroque Painting

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Lessons Plans for Teaching Baroque Artwork

Lesson Plan 1: Overview of Baroque Style Painting

Lesson Part

Teacher Activity Description

Student Activity Description

Instruction Inquiry: A description of the learning activity and its objectives will be provided.

Teacher introduces the Baroque style of painting and describes the historical period in which it was most influential (early 16th century through the early 18th century) (Engel, 2012). For instance, according to Engel, "Baroque was generated when Italian art, as based on corporeal, exterior activity, aligned itself to northern or Germanic art with its emphasis on interior, psychological movements" (p. 3). In sum, Baroque paintings are characterized by several features, including dynamism (e.g., there is a sense of motion discernible in the artwork) that is complemented by distinctive artistic effects such as (a) strong curves, (b) elaborate decoration and (c) diminished lighting effects (Baroque painting, 2015. There were some regional difference in style, though,…… [Read More]

References

Baroque painting. (2015). Essential Humanities. Retrieved from  http://www.essential-humanities.net/western-art/painting/baroque/ .

Engle, U. (2012, December). Riegl on the Baroque. Journal of Art Historiography, 7, 1-5.

Gatchev, G. D. (1987, September). Baroque in the Slav countries. UNESCO Courier, 21(1), 46-50.

Martin, J. P. (1977). Baroque. New York: Harper & Row.