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Daily Lesson Plan

Date: Tues. & Thurs. July 24 Class: Science Period or Time: 11:00-11:15 & 26 Teacher: Kathleen Co-Teacher: Marivi Para/HCA: Susan Para/HCA: Michelle Samulski Muir DeLisle Wilson Sing have a seat song and transition to carpet Do Now: GLCE/HSCE:

P.PM.E.1 Physical Properties- All objects and substances have physical properties that can be measured. P.PM.02.12 Describe objects and substances according to their properties (color, size, shape, texture, hardness, liquid or solid, sinking or floating). Functional Supported
Differentiate between hot and cold as opposites. Name different states as cold versus hot.

Participation
Name that Alaska has cold weather

EGLCE/EHSCE :

N/A

Objective: Materials: Procedures: Utilization of Support Staff: Engage with the students, prompt students to attend, model singing, counting, and participating

After students discuss cold weather and participate in multisensory experiences having to do with ice, snow, and cold, students will state that the weather in Alaska is cold. Multisensory Period: ice, snow, cold items Alaska piece from the puzzle Visual support for Polar Bear song AAC message device for Polar Bear song

Sing Polar Bear songuse AAC message device to model and support Questions: Where does the polar bear live? Do polar bears like cold or hot weather? Talk about weather in Alaska Hit on key vocabulary: ice, snow, cold, Alaska, fur, Key point: cold is opposite from hot

Teach: Routines Transitions Socialization Attending Core subjects Model: Expressive and Receptive Communication Sorting Matching Creating patterns In class skill practice: Sequencing Predicting Attending Extension: Re-sing Polar Bear song Name other opposites Sing acapelo refrain from Katy Perrys hot and cold

You're hot then you're cold You're yes then you're no You're in then you're out Youre up and youre down Accommodati ons:
Student: Jacob Grube Visual and AAC supports Student: Aiden McCartney Student: Jacob Grube: Given a choice of hot or cold, the student will name that Alaska is cold. Student: Aiden McCartney Student: Jacob Green Student: Allison Kiessel Visual and AAC Supports Student: Jalen Perry Enlarged visuals, tactile supports Student: Allison Kiessel Given a choice of hot or cold, the student will name that Alaska is cold. Student: Jaylen Perry: Given a choice of hot or cold, the student will name that Alaska is cold. Student: Dylan Heim

Student: Madison Wegienka Tactile supports Student: Jacob Green

Student: Student: Dylan Heim

Student Evaluation:

Student: Madison Wegienka Given a choice of hot or cold, the student will name that Alaska is cold. The student will name that hot is the opposite of cold and vice versa.

Student:

Lesson Evaluation: (reflection)