Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans for ECS 300 Field Placement 

Day 8: Grade 8 Arts Education- Connecting Identity with Art

OUTCOME

CP8.11

Select and use appropriate forms, technologies, images, and art-making processes to express student perspectives on social issues (identity)

INDICATOR

D.Examine how visual weight is created through the use of size, colour, contour, contrast, texture, value, position, and so on.

LESSON MATERIALS

Lesson Plan

Presentation Guide

Professional Development Sheets: Co-op Teacher CommentsPartner Comments

Day 7: GRADE 8 ARTS EDUCATION- BEADWORK continuation

OUTCOME

CR8.1

Respond to visual art works through the creation of own arts expressions.

INDICATOR

Create own work in response to a professional arts expression, and describe how own work is inspired or influenced by the original work.

LESSON MATERIALS

Lesson Plan

COMMENT:

This day was a make-up class for my previously missed class when I was sick. I had the whole afternoon class to work on our beading but wasn’t able to get to the closure of the lesson. Suggested revisions are on my week 6 field reflection.

Day 6: Grade 8 Arts Education- Beadwork Introduction

OUTCOME

CR 8.1

Respond to visual art works through the creation of own arts expressions.

INDICATOR

D. Create own work in response to a professional arts expression, and describe how own work is inspired or influenced by the original work.

LESSON MATERIALS

Lesson Plan 

Presentation Guide

Handouts: Class Guide

Professional Development Sheets: Co-op Teacher CommentsPartner Comments

Day 5: Grade 8- Riddles

OUTCOME

CR 8.3

Use pragmatic (e.g., intended audience and tone), textual (e.g., how author organized text to achieve unity and coherence), syntactic (e.g., variety of sentence structures), semantic/lexical/morphological (e.g., imagery), graphophonic (e.g., stress, pitch, and juncture of a word), and other cues (e.g., layout and accompanying graphics) to construct and to confirm meaning.

INDICATOR

Use language cues and conventions to construct, monitor, and confirm meaning

LESSON MATERIALS

Lesson Plan

Presentation Guide

Professional Development Sheets: Co-op Teacher CommentsPartner Comments

Day 4: Grade 8 ELA- Writing Limericks

OUTCOME

CC 8.4

Use pragmatic (e.g., use appropriate language register), textual (e.g., use artistic devices such as figurative language), syntactical (e.g., combine sentences to form compound and complex sentences for variety, interest, and effect), semantic/lexical/ morphological (e.g., use words to capture a particular aspect of meaning), graphophonic (e.g., correctly pronounce words with proper emphasis), and other cues (e.g, arrange and balance words and visuals as well as fonts) to construct and to communicate meaning.

LESSON MATERIALS

Lesson Plan

Presentation Guide

Handouts: Limerick TemplateActivity Sheet

Professional Development Sheets: Co-op Teacher CommentsPartner Comments

DAY 3: GRADE 8 ELA- CONSTRUCTING MEANING BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER READING

OUTCOME

CR 8.2

Select and use appropriate strategies to construct meaning before (e.g., previewing and anticipating message), during (e.g., making inferences based on text and prior knowledge), and after (e.g., paraphrasing and summarizing) reading.

INDICATOR

a. Before-ask questions

b. During-connect and construct meaning

c. After-respond personally

LESSON MATERIALS

Lesson Plan

Presentation Guide

Handouts

Professional Development Sheets: Co-op Teacher CommentsPartner Comments

Day 2: Grade 8 mathematics: Multiplication and Division of Integers (Review)

OUTCOME

N8.5 (REVIEW)

Demonstrate understanding of multiplication and division of integers concretely, pictorially, and symbolically.

INDICATOR

e. Generalize and apply strategies for multiplying and dividing integers.

LESSON MATERIALS:

Revised Lesson Plan

Presentation Guide

Handouts: Lesson GuideWorksheet (opt for Advanced Students), Integer Multiplication Guide (support for struggling students)

Professional Development Sheets: Co-op Teacher CommentsPartner Comments

 

Lesson Plan from ECS 210

English Language Arts 9: Indigenous Narratives

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