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Lesson Planning by Mind Map: Lesson Planning

1. Collaboration

1.1. Notes

1.1.1. Lesson: For grade 7 Social Studies (Residential Schools)

1.1.2. Goals for lesson: To have students create an understanding of a part of Canadian history by formulating their own idea/experiences in relation to the context.

1.1.3. Objectives: Give students a perspective of how Residential schools where represented. As well as insights about what actually happened through the survivors.

1.1.4. Reasoning: behind this lesson, it is a sensitive issue. This is a good way to use stories from our history, having the students reflect the material in a meaningful way verses just writing notes.

1.1.5. Content: See Link (students will already have there own google accounts)

1.2. Resources

1.2.1. People: Myself and students.

1.2.2. Facilities: Classroom/computer lab

1.3. Materials: Pencils, paper, computers, headphones, and initial content link.

1.4. Prerequisites: Prior knowledge of native studies. (This would fit after an introduction lesson. perhaps in the middle of Native studies unit) Students will already have been introduced to Google docs

1.4.1. Goals Method of Instruction: Go over the lesson verbally, but having additional, repetitive instructions written in the assignment. Method of Assessment: Assessment 'for' learning, observational checklist when reviewing Google doc contributions. Reflection: N/A

1.5. Objectives

1.5.1. ICT Continuum Cognitive: G-2.3 categorizes information using the ICT suitable for the purpose Affective:Co-2.1 collaborates with peers to accomplish self-directed learning with ICT in various settings View examples View student friendly version

1.5.2. MB Curriculum SLO: KH-031 Identify historical events that continue to affect a society of Europe or the Americas.

2. Podcasting

2.1. Notes

2.1.1. Lesson: Grade 8 Art Class

2.1.2. Goals for lesson: Have students Make the connection between How music can influence art making.

2.1.3. Objectives: Have students do 3 of the same sketched of the same subject, while listening to different tunes. Then have classroom discussion around what they have discovered.

2.1.4. Reasoning: Listening to music while drawing, painting etc. Helps the artists slip into R-Mode. This is the right brain, and here they are more creative and less restrictive.

2.1.5. Content: See link:

2.2. Resources

2.2.1. Materials: Charol, sketchbooks, computer/ speakers, subject matter.

2.2.2. People: Myself and students

2.2.3. Facilities: Art Studio

2.3. Prerequisites: Nothing for this lesson.

2.3.1. Goals Reflection: N/A Method of Instruction: This is a lesson that would be ready for a substitute. Need to set up chairs and subject. Have students ready with their books and choral and it play of the pod cast. After depending on a class have them develop their own playlist. That they can listen to during class. Method of Assessment: Assessment 'for' Learning. With this lesson we are just wanting the students to participate in discussion to gain the understanding.

2.4. Objectives

2.4.1. ICT Continuum Cognitive:P-2.1 constructs “how and why” questions, predictions, hunches, educated guesses, and hypotheses and identifies information needs Affective:Co-2.1 collaborates with peers to accomplish self-directed learning with ICT in various settings

2.4.2. MB Curriculum SLO:a–l3 students develop skills in observation and depiction.

3. Video

3.1. Notes

3.1.1. Lesson: Grade 3 Gym Class

3.1.2. Goals for lesson: Introduce excercise in a fun positive way. And get all students engaged. As well as meet ICT outcomes in class discussion.

3.1.3. Objectives: This would be taught for grades from 2-4. It is a good visual warmup demo for students to mirror, as they begin to learn the terms. As well as the excercises with them.

3.1.4. Reasoning: Students need to build a stronger core, for good posture. As well as gain confidence in learning different excercises anyone can do at home.

3.1.5. Content: See link

3.2. Resources

3.2.1. Materials: Projector/screen

3.2.2. People: Myself and students

3.2.3. Facilities: school gym

3.3. Prerequisites: None for this introductory lesson

3.4. Goals

3.4.1. Reflection: N/A

3.4.2. Method of Instruction: First get into a quick discussion on why exercise is important and good for us. then give oral instructions to spread out and mirror what they see in the video. Then ask they what they thought, and which ones where their favorite. Then continue with a fun game for the rest of the remaining class time.

3.4.3. Method of Assessment:This is assessment 'for' learning. This is very much based on students participation in class discussion and activities.

3.5. Objectives

3.5.1. ICT Continuum Cognitive:P-1.1 recalls and/or records prior knowledge and asks topic-related questions Affective:E-1.4 identifies possible health issues associated with using ICT

3.5.2. MB Curriculum GLO: K.2.3.C.3 Recognize that proper warm-up activities (i.e., light aerobic activity, stretching exercises) prepare muscles for vigorous activities (e.g., warm-up activities increase blood circulation and elasticity of muscles and ligaments...).

4. Mapping

4.1. Notes

4.1.1. Lesson: For grade 6 Math class (planning, problem solving)

4.1.2. Goals for lesson: Have student successfully plan a trip using there allotted budget. Also being able to explain their mathematical process.

4.1.3. Objectives: Getting students engaged in problem solving using online resources. It helps generate real life relatable situations.

4.1.4. Reasoning: This will get students familair with Google maps. They will use it throughout their process, as well summit their plan with a marked out flight plan on Google Maps.

4.1.5. Content: Verbal instructions will be given: You will be given 25 days vacation stored up. You must plan a vacation within a $100 of $2,800. You are required to at least visit three different countries. As well answer the following questions, and provide a visual map.. (Students will be walked through what is required by this demo I have prepared. See Link.

4.2. Resources

4.2.1. Materials: Computers, pencils, paper, calculator devices

4.2.2. People: Myself and students

4.2.3. Facilities: Computer lab

4.3. Prerequisites

4.3.1. Goals Method of Instruction: Start lesson off by giving an overview, then verbally explaining what exactly I want for the assignment. Show my examplar, and get students started. Method of Assessment: Students will hand in assignment showing they can successfully use Google maps and make the problem solving equations they have made for their trips. This will be marked for assessment. Reflection: N/A

4.4. Objectives

4.4.1. ICT Continuum Cognitive: G-2.1 refines information searches using a variety of media source Affective: M-2.1 investigates ICT problems and applies strategies to solve them

4.4.2. MB Curriculum SLO: 6.N.2. Solve problems involving large numbers, using technology. [ME, PS, T]