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Lesson Plan Template

Name of Candidate: ___Justine Bieniek_____________________

Subject being taught:_Computers / Internet __ Grade Level ___2______

Date of Lesson: __11/12/2009______________Time frame of lesson: 30-40min_


Connecting to TL.I.: Knowledge and Skills Addressed:
Standards ISTE: 126.2. Technology Applications, Kindergarten-
Grade 2.
What specific goals are
you connecting to?
(a) Introduction.

(1) The technology applications curriculum has


four strands: foundations, information acquisition,
work in solving problems, and communication.

(2) Through the study of technology applications


foundations, including technology-related terms,
concepts, and data input strategies, students
learn to make informed decisions about
technologies and their applications. The efficient
acquisition of information includes the
identification of task requirements; the plan for
using search strategies; and the use of technology
to access, analyze, and evaluate the acquired
information. By using technology as a tool that
supports the work of individuals and groups in
solving problems, students will select the
technology appropriate for the task, synthesize
knowledge, create a solution, and evaluate the
results. Students communicate information in
different formats and to diverse audiences. A
variety of technologies will be used. Students will
analyze and evaluate the results.

(b) Knowledge and skills.

(1) Foundations. The student demonstrates


knowledge and appropriate use of hardware
components, software programs, and their
connections. The student is expected to:
(A) use technology terminology
appropriate to the task;
(B) start and exit programs as well as
create, name, and save files; and
(C) use networking terminology such as
on-line, network, or password and access
remote equipment on a network such as a
printer.

(2) Foundations. The student uses data input skills


appropriate to the task. The student is expected
to:
(A) use a variety of input devices such as
mouse, keyboard, disk drive, modem,
voice/sound recorder, scanner, digital
video, CD-ROM, or touch screen;
(B) use proper keyboarding techniques
such as correct hand and body positions
and smooth and rhythmic keystroke
patterns as grade-level appropriate;
(C) demonstrate touch keyboarding
techniques for operating the alphabetic,
numeric, punctuation, and symbol keys as
References
What resources did you Resources:
use to plan this lesson? 19 TAC Chapter 126, Subchapter A. Retrieved October 2,
2009, from
(e.g. curriculum guides,
bibliographic materials, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuVMrMDVnHw
artifacts, web sites, texts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7CjNDN25Iw
etc.)

Differentiation,
Adaptations (For Students With Learning Disabilities):
Accommodation&
Learning Styles Students will be given extra help from peers and
How will you differentiate teachers in order to complete the project. Students will
in order to accommodate be given the option to present orally instead of using
various learning styles or Photo Story.
diverse needs?

Core Instruction
Opening Start by Presenting the
and Step-By-Step
demonstrating:Procedures:
(methodology)
How will you open the
• What is a Computer?
lesson? (e.g.activate
Might include some prior
or 1. Instructor
• What are thewill
mainpresent different components of a
components?
knowledge,
all: connect to personal computer.
• Give examples of how Computer technology is used and
prior
How learning,
and whenset purpose
will you 2. Group of students will be given a used part to
why?
or build interest
explain, model andin this
• research.
What is Internet?
topic, introduce
demonstrate the content? • 3.WhyStudents will it?
do we use be shown how to do simple searches on
“essential questions” or the part’s
• What details.
can be found through the Internet?
vocabulary as appropriate?
Guided Practice: How and 4. Students will be shown
• Why is it so important howthem
to use to save pictures of
in everyday parts
life?
when will you scaffold from the Internet.
student learning toward 5. Students will be given access to PC and introduced to
small group and the MS Photo Story software.
independent practice? 6. Students will import photos they have collected to MS
Photo Story.
What is your strategy for 7. Students will narrate the details they have learned
monitoring and supporting about the parts.
students during guided 8. Students will present their story to the rest of the
practice? class.
Closing
How will you close the Students will discuss any obstacles and/or difficulties
lesson? (e.g. summarize, they encountered while working on project.
connect with prior or future
learning, examine context,
discuss purpose.

Enrichment/Extension
How will students reinforce or
extend what they learned? Students that would like to expand on their project could
(e.g. homework, independent add more detail or assist other students on story
practice, other enrichment) creation.

Rubric for Computer/Internet Lesson:

Student Name _____________________________________ Date _______________________


Category 4 3 2 1 Score

Completion I completed I completed I completed I completed


all the work most of the some of the just a little
work. work. of the
work.
Effort I tried to do I tried to do I tried to do I tried to do
all the most of the some of the just a little
work. work. work. of the
work.
Understanding I I I I
completely understood understood understood
understood mostly how somewhat very little
how to use computers how how
computers are used computers computers
and are used. are used.
Internet.
Reasoning I had a I tried to I somewhat I used the
good plan use Internet used the Internet
using for my Internet very little.
internet computer
parts.
Explanation I clearly I tried to I somewhat I used very
used use used the little ways
pictures, pictures, internet to to put
words, words, or show pix, pictures,
numbers to numbers to words, or words, or
show my show my numbers numbers
thinking thinking