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Lesson Planning by Mind Map: Lesson Planning

1. Podcast Lesson

1.1. Prerequisites

1.1.1. Grade 9

1.1.2. Native Studies Unit 1: Stories and Legends Lesson 6: History of the Jingle Dress

1.2. Objectives

1.2.1. Main cognitve objective 1 G-1.3 records data or makes notes on gathered information and ideas using given categories and given ICT For example: " I take notes in my own words and organize my notes so they make sense."

1.2.2. Main affective objective 2 M-1.1 demonstrates confidence and self-motivation while doing ICT tasks alone and with others For example: "I am confident and interested in what I am doing and learning with ICT."

1.2.3. Manitoba Curriculum K to 12 Aboriginal Languages & Culture: MB Curriculum Framework of Outcomes Grade 9: GLO 4: Culture and Linguistic Diversity

1.3. Resources

1.3.1. Materials Podcast (make sure to have speakers) Students should have paper and pen to take notes when listening to audio Question sheet Picture of jingle dress visible to everyone so students can get an idea of how one looks.

1.4. Notes

1.4.1. Lesson Title History of the Jingle Dress

1.4.2. Goals of Lesson Students should demonstrate an awareness about the history of the jingle dress and the significance of the jingle dress in Ojibwe culture

1.4.3. Method of Instruction Introduce topic/lesson (3mins) Podcast (2mins 30 secs) Discussion afterwards (5mins) Question/Answer sheet (20mins) You can play podcast again in background during Q/A Total time of lesson (approx. 35 mins)

1.4.4. Method of Evaluation Question sheet worth 10 marks There will also be a couple of questions on the end of unit test regarding the jingle dress. This will allow the teacher to see if the students retained the information they learned.

2. Video Lesson

2.1. Prerequisites

2.1.1. Kindergarten

2.1.2. Able to listen and follow directions.

2.1.3. Mathematics

2.2. Objectives

2.2.1. Main Cognitive Objective 1 P-1. 2 follows given plans For example: "I follow the plan my teacher gives me."

2.2.2. Main Affective Objective E-1.1 respects ICT equipment and personal technology space of other ICT users For example: "I show respect as I work with others and with the smartboard"

2.2.3. Manitoba Curriculum Kindergar ten to Grade 8 Mathematics: Manitoba Curriculum Framework of Outcomes (2013) Kindergarten: Patterns and Relations

2.3. Resources

2.3.1. Materials YOUTUBE VIDEO : Kindergarten Introduction to patterns Stringing beads and/or pattern blocks

2.4. Notes

2.4.1. Lesson Title Making Patterns

2.4.2. Goals of lesson Students apply what they have learned from the video and begin to construct and make their own patterns using shapes and beads. Be able to recognize patterns in many different contexts. As a bonus, students also get practice with their color naming and shape recognition.

2.4.3. Method of Instruction Introduce topic (3 mins) Video on Youtube (5 mins) Hands on pattern making with manipulatives (20 mins) Clean up time (5mins) Total time of lesson (approx. 35 mins)

2.4.4. Method of Evaluation Students demonstrate to teacher that they understand the concept of patterns. For example: Ask the students questions like; Is it a pattern? Does it repeat? Is it easy to tell what comes next?

3. Google Maps Lesson

3.1. Prerequisites

3.1.1. Grade 7

3.1.2. Social Studies

3.1.3. Must have basic knowledge of how to use computer and access the internet

3.2. Objectives

3.2.1. Main Cognitive Objective 1 G-1.1 finds and collects information (text, images, data, audio, video) from given media sources For example: "I find information I need, from websites(Google maps) that my teacher gives me."

3.2.2. Main Affective Objective 2 E-2.4 applies guidelines for ethical and responsible use of ICT For example: "I am a good digital citizen and use ICT responsibly. I use my ICT time wisely to finish assignments."

3.2.3. Manitoba Curriculum Grade 7 Social Studies: People and Places in the World Specific Learning Outcomes: Managing Information and Ideas General Learning Outcomes: The Land: Places and People

3.3. Resources

3.3.1. Materials Computer Lab Paper and pen Blank world map on blackline master

3.4. Notes

3.4.1. Lesson Title Continents and Oceans of the World

3.4.2. Goals of Lesson Students are motivated and interested in the task. Students are able to clearly identify the 7 continents and 5 oceans on a world map Students become familiar with using ICT/Google maps

3.4.3. Method of Instruction Introduce lesson (5 mins) Instruct students on what they will be doing(learning about the continents and oceans) and what website they will be going on to search for these. Instruct students to head to URL address (2 mins) Hand out World Map Blackline Master Students have 25 mins to search and fill out map Total time of lesson (approx 35 mins)

3.4.4. Method of Evaluation Teacher will observe students to see if they are actively engaged in the ICT/Geography task. Students working behavior will be marked on a scale of 1-4 with 1 being poor(ex. not listening) and 4 being excellent (ex. paying attention to teacher/on appropriate website). Student has their world map sheet filled in with the appropriate labels of the continents and oceans 7 marks for 7 continents and 5 marks for 5 oceans for a total of 12 marks There will also be a couple of questions regarding this assignment on the end of unit test. This will allow the teacher to see if the students retained the information they learned.

4. Powerpoint Lesson

4.1. Prerequisites

4.1.1. Grade 9/10

4.1.2. Native Studies/Culture Class

4.2. Objectives

4.2.1. Main Cognitive Objective P-1.1 recalls and/or records prior knowledge and asks topic-related questions For example: "I recall what I already know about the pow wow, and think about what I want to learn."

4.2.2. Main Affective Objective Co-2.1 collaborates with peers to accomplish self-directed learning with ICT in various settings For example: "I team up with others to plan and work together."

4.2.3. Manitoba Curriculum Kindergarten to Grade 12 Aboriginal Languages and Culture GLO 3.4 Outside the community Grade 9/10 GLO 4.1 Specific Aboriginal Culture Gr. 9/10

4.3. Resources

4.3.1. Materials Poster Paper (enough for class size) Markers Laptop/Projector/Speakers or Smartboard to play PowerPoint

4.4. Notes

4.4.1. Lesson Title The Pow Wow

4.4.2. Goals of Lesson Allows learners to explore various aspects of Aboriginal culture. Learners incorporate knowledge and attitudes to develop their own personal growth and Aboriginal identity. Students are exposed to different forms of media in the classroom (ex.instead of learning just by paper and pen method) Students collaborate with each other and learn to work together as a team. Students gain valuable cultural knowledge regarding the pow wow ceremony.

4.4.3. Method of Instruction Introduction to assignment (5 mins) Split students into 4 groups if there are approximately 20 students/5 per group Student group poster collaboration/discussion (10 minutes) Group Poster Presentation (10 mins) PowerPoint Presentation (7 mins) End of lesson hand in posters/ go back to assigned seats. Total time of lesson approx. 35 mins.

4.4.4. Method of Evaluation Teacher will observe students and grade them on their working behavior and if they are actively engaged in the task. On a scale of 1-4, with 1 being poor, not very engaged, and 4 being excellent, very engaged and cooperating with group. 10 Marks for Group Poster Collaboration. Students will receive the full 10 marks if they contributed ideas to their poster, were engaged in discussion, and quickly presented a few of their ideas to the class. Teacher will make observations. Assignment a total of 15 marks. There will also be a couple of questions regarding the pow wow on the end of unit test. This will allow the teacher to see if the students retained the information they learned.