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Sorting Using a Venn Diagram

Sorting Using a Venn Diagram

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Sorting Objects using a Venn DiagramEDTECH 541 Your Name:
Amy Pollington
Lesson Title:
Sorting Objects using a Venn Diagram
Grade:
Kindergarten
Content:
Reading/Math
Previous Learning:
 Students should have a basic understanding of the word “sort.” Students should knowthat sorting means to put into groups based on like characteristics.
Introduction:
This lesson is a reading and math lesson teaching how to use a venn diagram.
Summary:
This lesson will focus on sorting objects by various attributes. The lesson will start outwith reading a story called “Sorting” by Henry Pluckrose. Students will discuss howobjects on each page could be sorted and what happens to the objects that could gointo both groups. After the teachers uses interactive Venn Diagrams with the studentsthey will use their own Venn Diagram to sort objects.
Objectives:
 Students will us a Venn Diagram to sort given objects.
Vocabulary:
SortCategorize
Standards Addressed:
Reading:
2.3.2Understand concept of categories.
 
Sort objects by various attributes such as color, size, and purpose.Orally sort words by various attributes (e.g., food, animals, colors, shapes).Math:
k.3.bSort shapes using a sorting rule and explain the sorting rule
Timeline
:40 minutes
Materials:
 
 
“Sorting” by Henry Pluckrosedocument camerapencilpaper venn diagramobjects to sort that can be easily put into a venn diagramVenn Diagr am (Red, Yellow):http://interactives.mped.org/view_interactive.aspx?id=230&title=Venn Diagram (teacher inputs information)http://classtools.net/education-games-php/venn_intro/Printable Venn Diagram Option 1:http://it.pinellas.k12.fl.us/Teachers3/wheatleyb/files/19819DF8A36B42FD8CE8F961FDD9008B.pdf  Printable Venn Diagram Option 2:http://www.superteacherworksheets.com/graphic-organizers/venn-lines.pdf Additional Websites that can be used during Free Choice time or Computer Center:http://www.scholastic.com/clifford/play/sortitout/sortitout.htmhttp://pbskids.org/sesame/games/oscar_trash_collection.htmlhttp://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/games/i _love_shapes/i_love_shapes.html
Grouping Strategies:
Students will work as a whole group and individually. Small groups will not be assigned.
Learning Activities:
1.) Teacher will read the students “Sorting” by Henry Pluckrose. Teacher will discusswith the students how objects on each page should be sorted or categorized. Teacher asks students how to sort the objects that fit into both categories. The teacher explainsto the students that those objects need to be in their own group.2.) The teacher tells the students about a graphic organizer that can help sort objects.Teacher shows students this Venn Diagram:http://interactives.mped.org/view_interactive.aspx?id=230&title=
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Teacher explains to the students whatdifferent parts of the Venn Diagram represent. Teacher call onstudents to come up tothe SMARTboard or computer to move the object to the corr ect area of the VennDiagram. Once complete teacher asks students the following questions:Why are those objects onthe right side (pointing to the circle on right side)?Why are those objects on the left side (pointing to the circle on the left side)?Why are those objects in the middle?What would happen if I took all thered off of the umbrella? Where would it go?Teacher can continue asking questions he/she sees fit.3.)Teacher projects Venn Diagram:http://classtools.net/education-games-php/venn_intro/. The teacher chooses what he/she wants to sort with the students. Black/ White, Clothing, words with A, E and AE are examples. The teacher then asks studentsbased on the Venn Diagram. For example if the Venn Diagram was Winter Clothing/Summer Clothing the teacher would ask:Where would snow pants go?Where would a swimsuit go?

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