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Pre service Teachers Name: Jeany Liong and Se Na Han

Mentor Teachers Name: Ebony Sibbald and Robyn Whealing


School: r!ns"ic# East Primary School
$ear level: Pre%aratory
Lesson Title: Hidden World & '!r o"n hidden "orld
Lesson Time and (ate: Thursday 20
th
September 11.30 am
Lesson )ims
At this end of this lesson, students will...
1. Recap / revise the first (how do plants row!" and second (what is an insect" activity conducted last wee#.
2. $earnin to use different materials to wor# with.
3. %mprovin fine motor s#ills with clay.
&. $earnin the importance of wor#in in a roup.
'. $earnin how to draw insects by followin instructions.
Learning '!tcomes *!se a%%ro%riate c!rric!l!m +rame"or#,
-E$L(. '!tcome -ELS indicators
Outcome 2.
Children are
connected with and
contribute to their
world
(or# in a roup) ta#in turns) sharin and carin for e*uipment.
+,re introduced to the idea of the classroom bein a community
+-evelop a sense of belonin to the school community
+.articipate in movement and physical activities that follow rules and procedures
and share
+/*uipment and space safely
+$earn about classroom rules and why they are needed
+/0plore how and why natural factors affect their lives.
Outcome 4
Children are
confdent and
involved learners
(ith support) ma#e lin#s with their e0istin e0periences and develop the view that
learnin is e0ploratory) fun and rewardin
+Reflect on their thin#in) for e0ample why they thin# what they thin# about a te0t)
and ta#e time to consider before respondin
+1ein to ta#e initiative as learners by as#in *uestions when needed and attemptin
small pro2ects.
+1ein to develop simple e0planations for the phenomena they observe
+,s# and answer simple *uestions for information and clarification
+3se simple pictures and models to represent desin ideas
Outcome 5.
Children are
efective
communicators
+4ollow simple instructions.
+,s# and answer simple *uestions
/Spea# at an appropriate volume and pace for listeners5 needs
0hildrens Prior Learning (what do the children already know/what have they covered?)
1. The characteristic of an insect (3 body parts) 3 sets of les and 2 antennae".
2. Roots absorb water to row bier.
3. 6abitat of some insects.
Teaching S#ill (evelo%ment (hat do you want to develo! as a teacher?)
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6ow to $ead and teach the roup of children.
1uild relationship with children.
-eliver the riht information successfully.
3nderstand individual/ roup5s strenth) interests and ability.
3nderta#in strateies for intention teachin.
7onsiderin children5s voice /opinion for the future curriculum plannin.
3tili8in of materials) environment and approach to ma0imi8e children5s learnin.
-evelop a strateies and tools to monitor and assess children5s play and learnin.
9bservation+ may use anecdotes) collectin samples of wor#) photos) etc.
Respondin to children while teachin.
1ehavior manaement+ ettin attention.
Teaching and Learning Pre%aration (resources)
+ 7oloured tissue from the first activity
+ :lue stic#s
+ Scientific drawin of a tree
+ 7lay
+ 7olour pencils
+ -rawin papers with chec#list
+ Small stic#s
+ Te0ters
+ .re+prepared collae based
+ .hotos of insects
+ ;on+fiction boo# of insects
Session Str!ct!re
Lesson Phase
Orientation /$ntroduction
6ow best to motivate and
e0plain the importance of
this lesson! This should be
for about ' minutes with
lin#s to prior learnin or
e0periences.
<otivate=
+ 1y as#in the children what they already #nows can help children
ainin confidence in drawin and crafts
+ $earnin to draw & types of insects with the correct characteristics
+ 1rief introduction to children on the art activities
%eachin& strate&y/"earnin&
Activities
(hat will support the
students to learn the
concepts you are tryin to
teach and to reach the
learnin outcomes! 6ow
will you cater for a diversity
of learnin needs!
+ .repared imae and video
+ %nteractive drawin with pre+service teachers
+ /nsurin all children are on trac# durin drawin time
+ (or#in individually and in roups
+ 7o+construct > 2 teachers and ? students
+ To ensure participation of each children
+ /ncourae children to help one another in tas#
'onclusion /'losure
6ow will you capture the
+ .re+prepared chec#list to assist children in beinnin and
understandin of scientific drawins
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main ideas of the lesson!
Recap/revision etc.
+ <a#e sure everyone draw before proceedin the ne0t instruction.
+ Sentence starter= e. % found it challenin@@.i en2oyed@@..i
found out@@
+ 4ill in the words to the sentence.= e. A A A A Aof a plant need A A A
A Ato row. A A A A A travels A Athe stem of the plant and their
leaves.
Assessment (trate&ies
(hat assessment strateies
are used throuhout this
lesson! These should be
closely alined to your
lesson aims. 6ow you will
you record student learnin
outcomes!
+ -iscuss with children the materials used for the art lessons.
+ ,s# children to self assess themselves or their peers with the
chec#list at the bottom of the paper
+ Recordin children5s5 anecdotes
+ 7ollectin wor# sample with name label
+ Self+reflection by writin on a diary
+ Self+reflection) ma#in chanes to their drawins. (add more les)
or antennae etc"
1. (ho remembers the first activity! (hat did we do!
2. (ho remembers the second activity! (hat did we do!
3. 3se the coloured tissue paper from first activity to ma#e roots) stic# with lue to the pre+prepared
collae paper
&. $eave to dry) proceed to second activity.
'. 6and out papers.
B. $earnin to draw ants) beetles (Sena") ladybu and butterfly (Ceany".
D. (hiteboard and mar#er) step by step instruction. /= let start with a circle in the middle of the
paper@ then@. 9nly continue when everyone is done.
E. Swap with friends to assess on each other5s wor#.
?. .ic# the best insect the children li#e and ma#e a clay sculpture of it.
10. 1rin it outside and place it at the habitat.
11. 7olour their drawins and paste it onto the collae paper.

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