CEP 811 K Raphael Lesson Plan
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Kenzie Waller (Student)
This lesson plan teaches, Conjugation of regular –ar verbs at the secondary level.
Very detailed method of instruction, each step is written out. Can be used for english and spanish languages. The student practice section lists several ways for students to practice the new information. The lesson includes support for several different learning styles or strengths. The visuals included are familiar and popular with students, creating a connection with them. These materials cover a variety of mediums including art, literature, and music.
Students practice concepts in a variety of ways. Group instruction introduces the topic. After learning, they show practice and understanding by using whiteboards, visuals hunts, just to name a few. Also, A homework assignment is available. T The end of the lesson students reflect on what they learned and what they can do better. The entire plan incorporates several different learning styles. Also, visuals are utilized throughout the lesson. Visuals include text, charts, graphs, videos, action, and a few others.
Overall, good lesson with lots of possibilities! A very well thought out and planned lesson.
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Allyson Bush (Teacher (K-12))
This lesson plan addresses a real and significant problem that has definite real world uses and performance. There are clear instructional objectives, though the evaluation is a little vague. The method is very extensive and gives the reader many ideas and lessons to utilize to be the most effective teacher. The motivation is very evident with many lessons that are geared to the students’ personal life and interests and what people do in their lives. Then students can share this in Spanish with their classmates.
This lesson does a great job displaying the information in many different formats and medias. The list of regular –ar verbs overcomes any vocabulary barriers and allows the students to express themselves in multiple different ways. A projector and white boards gets everyone involved, while blogging connects them to each other and the world.
Some of the activities seem overwhelming to someone just learning the conjugation endings. For example, instead of expecting them to be able to write a paragraph using the 6 different verb conjugations, have a paragraph prepared for them with the verbs missing and students need to fill in the space with the correct conjugation of the verb. This way all students can be successful with the conjugations. Also some students are more hands on. If you use flash cards of the stem of the verbs and flashcards of the different conjugation endings, students can physically push the correct flashcards together. Overall this is a great lesson that clearly is student centered!