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Course: Child Development Name: Kasey Barnes Unit: Preschool Date: April 22, 2014 Lesson Title This

lesson is the start of the preschool age lessons, going to the Reminders preschool on Thursday needing to have a background knowledge on what a preschool age child is capable of. Learning about the developmental milestones that preschool age children move through, physical, social emotional and cognitively. We are also exploring the different social patterns that children experience with play. I want the students to be aware of what a child needs to have mastered before starting kindergarten and understand the importance of reading to children and making books relevant to life situations.
CADV.01Analyze factors that influence human growth & development. CADV.01.02Analyze conditions that influence human growth and development. CADV.01.02.b Analyze the impact of social, economic, and technological forces on individual growth and development. CADV.01.02.d Analyze the effects of life events on individuals' physical, intellectual, social, moral, and emotional development. CADV.01.03 Analyze strategies that promote growth and development across the lifespan. CADV.01.03.a Analyze the role of nurturance on human growth and development. CADV.01.03.bAnalyze the role of communication on human growth and development.

Lesson Overview

Standards

21st Century Skills Critical Thinking and Reasoning Skills Using different types of reasoning Interpret information and draw accurate conclusion Collaboration Work through ideas efficiently and effectively as a team Using both written and verbal skills Daily Objectives Students will know: Different types of social patterns and types of play

What the developmental milestones for preschool age kids are Know what kindergarten readiness looks like Students will be able to: Identify the common types of social patterns and types of play preschool age children engage in. Understand the four developmental milestones and be able to give examples of each for preschool children. Identify what key factors are for a child to be developmentally ready for kindergarten. Give two or more reasons why reading to children is essential for development. Preparation Copies Of Power Point Pre and Post Quiz Power Point Materials Copies of Power Point Copies of Quiz Types of Play pics Props to help with role play Definitions of each type of Social Pattern We are transitioning from infancy and toddler years to preschool years. Last week we discussed developmental appropriate toys and developmentally what toddlers and infants are capable of and developmentally starting to do. Going off that set we are going to analyze developmentally what preschool age kids are competent of doing. We are going to observe the preschool children on Thursday and want the students have an idea what preschool children are like and developmentally capable of doing. Main points I want the students to take away from this lesson is that play is important for development of children. What the types of social patterns are for preschool age kids, and how they chose to play. Knowing important developmental milestones for the preschool kids to grow and become school age children. Then having an understanding for what some actual requirements are for kids to start kindergarten. Consist of questions of main points I want the kids to take away from this lesson and be ready to observe and interact with the preschool children on Thursday. 1.Pre-Quiz 2.Play Groups 3.Preschool Milestones 4.Kindergarten 5.Exit Out the Door Quiz

Connection to Previous Learning or to Life

PreAssessment Agenda for the board

Instruction Anticipatory Set, instruction, student activities, checking for Pre Assessment First 5-10 Minutes complete what you know
PowerPoint up when the students role play. To help with verbal and visual processing

Have students pre-placed in groups of different sizes they will then be assigned a type of social pattern and have to teach it to the class through role-play. They will have 5-8 minutes to plan a role-play implementing props. understanding The students will then each do a quick role-play and explain the and closure social pattern to their peers helping to remember and learn the different social types of play that preschool children participate in. Power Point of Preschool Milestones Broke down in ages and developmental Physical explain main points on charts Emotional Social Cognitive Kindergarten ReadinessReading- read book Hard to be Five! Kindergarten Readiness put them through the quiz of Kindergarten readiness 1. Tie Shoes and Zip Coat 2.Follow 2/3step direction- stand up, say your birthday spin around 3. Write Full Name 4.Count to 20 and say ABCs 5. Jump on one foot, jump on other foot 6. Match lower and upper case letter 7. Reading Exit Out the Door Quiz Take post test before you leave Thanks for your participation as a preschooler Post Assessment
Accommodations /Modifications

Below is Post Test- Doing same questions from pre assessment to see that learning took place I have one student with moderate needs. I will have her work with group in role play, students I know that work well with her. Emilys para will read her pre and post quiz.

Name: Pre Quiz- want to make sure you learn something today! 1. What are the ages that are considered preschool? 2. True or False play helps children develop and grow? 3. Play is the most common type of play for children of preschool age? stage of Piagets Cognitive Development?

4. Preschool children are in the How do they move out of this stage?

5. True or False Preschool age children know 2 emotions happy and sad. 6. True or False Preschool age children have no concept of right or wrong yet? 7. Give one example of an activity that will enhance both gross and fine motor skills? 1. Gross2. Fine8. Being able to count to and know all your letters is required for kindergarten readiness?

9. Name the 4 types of development and give an example of each that you would see a preschool age child demonstrating 1. 2. 3. 4. 10. Hand dominance is determined at age?

Name: Post Quiz-Show me what you have learned! 1. What are the ages that are considered preschool? 2. True or False play helps children develop and grow? 3. Play is the most common type of play for children of preschool age? stage of Piagets Cognitive Development?

4. Preschool children are in the How do they move out of this stage?

5. True or False Preschool age children know 2 emotions happy and sad. 6. True or False Preschool age children have no concept of right or wrong yet? 7. Give one example of an activity that will enhance both gross and fine motor skills? 1. Gross2. Fine8. Being able to count to and know all your letters is required for kindergarten readiness?

9. Name the 4 types of development and give an example of each that you would see a preschool age child demonstrating 1. 2. 3. 4. 10. Hand dominance is determined at age?

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Using objects, props, and tools around the room I want you to Role Play this different Social Pattern that children demonstrate. Be creative Social Patterns 1. UNOCCUPIED BEHAVIOR: The child is not involved in any particular activity. He/she just observes what seems interesting at the time. When nothing of interest is happening, he/she will walk around, look around, or play with his/her fingers, hair, etc. The child often appears to be day dreaming.

2. ONLOOKER BEHAVIOR: This behavior involves watching other children play. The child may talk to the children whoa re playing but does not become actively involved. The onlooker wants to be close enough to interact with the children who are playing whereas the unoccupied childs interest keeps shifting to anything that interests him/her at the moment. (TODDLERS)

3. SOLITARY PLAY: This type of play involves a child playing alone. He/she has no interest in anyone else or that they are doing. The toys he/she plays with are different from those the other children are playing with. He/she is totally involved in a personal activity. (INFANTS)

4. PARALLEL PLAY: This type of play involves a child playing beside other children. There is no actual interaction, but the toys are similar. The child is playing beside the other children rather than with them. (2-3 YEARS)

5. ASSOCIATIVE PLAY: This type of play involves a child playing with other children. The children share toys and interact with one another. Children are involved in similar but not identical activity. There is no specific organization of activities. Each child does what he/she wishes but is a part of a large group. (3 YEAR SCHOOL AGE)

6. COOPERATIVE PLAY: This type of play involves organization. The child is a part of a group that has a specific purpose in mind such as making an art project or playing a game. There are usually leaders and followers in this type of play.