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Lesson Plan Outline
Making Friends/Introducing Yourself
Lesson Plan Format
Class:SDC Grades 3-5
Anticipated Date of Lesson: 11/12/2011
1. Lesson Objectives
a. Student will demonstrate the four components of Introducing them self to a new friend by role playing with a partner
a. Assessment of learning (Done after lesson) - I will know that the student has met their objective by observing them in a role playing situation,using the four steps provided.b. Assessment for instruction (Done during lesson) - Interview student(s) to check for understanding of how to meet a new friend. What are the steps?
3. Lesson Flow
Introduction: Present kid-friendly objective to students: Today I will use a graphic organizer to demonstrate the four steps of how to introduce myself to a new friend. Brainstorm together reasons we should know how/want to make new friends. Ask students to share some of their experiences with making/meeting new friends.4. Anticipated Difficulties, Misunderstandings, Confusion
Teaching: Present graphic organizer. Explain that there are five simple steps when introducing yourself to some new:
Display one stage at a time. Have students read each step to them self first, then read aloud together. Discuss reasons as to why or why not you may want to meet that person. How do you get someones attention..teacher may role play various examples (correct and incorrect). Discuss how your voice level should be, and that eye contact is needed. have students engage by showing examples of each. Discuss how important it is to give them you name and provide exact language in examples "Hello, my name is Marci." Have students practice each phase with buddy throughout lesson.
Review- Have students review five steps orally. Cover up organizer to see if students can memorize each step. Have students take turns giving an example of each step. Have students review five steps out loud with their partner.
Assessment: Student will role play with a buddy. They will demonstrate all five steps required when introducing them self to someone new. teacher will observe each group as they introduce themselves to each other. Graphic organizer will be available to those who require it. After each group has mastered the steps and demonstrated this in a role play scenario, teacher will encourage students to use these new skills on the playground, during lunchtime or at baseball practice. Ways to adapt the lessona) this lesson can be adapted to all learning abilities. Students that are non-verbal may use the organizer to point to pictures in place of words. If students are using augmentative communication, all five components can be pre-recorded, programed etc.
a. behaviors may become an issue with those who chose not to socialize, use eye-contact etc. These steps may need to be practiced individually first, before attempting role-playing with peer.
b) memorization and sequencing may be difficult for some, having a smaller scale of the organizer for reference may be beneficial
5. Materials and Equipment Needed
a. Overhead projector, graphic organizer of Introductiong Yourself:, Students for role playing
6. Prerequisite Skills, Knowledge, and Dispositions
a. Students must be verbal or have a way to communicate (PECS, SAY IT SAM)
b. Ability to memorize four steps with the use of a visual
c.Willingness to follow instructions and to socialize
a. Students will benefit from increased social skills:i. On a daily basis, in and outside of the SDC Classroom
ii. Community, Job place, lifelong skill
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