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Life Science 1st

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Life Science 2nd

Life Science 3rd

Pages: 1 - 2

10 grade P.E

Kaci West

Mon 10/24/16

Objectives: Flagged at the bottom

Objectives: Flagged at the bottom

Objectives: Flagged at the bottom

Objectives:

SFO: I CAN differentiate between


sexual and asexual reproduction.

SFO: I CAN differentiate between


sexual and asexual reproduction.

SFO: I CAN differentiate between


sexual and asexual reproduction.

SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the


line properly with a underhand serve.

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
TLW come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will rewatch the brainpop
video. The learner will break into group
and review for test on sexual and
asexual reproduction.
Assessment:
What is the difference between sexual
and asexual reproduction?

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
TLW come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will rewatch the brainpop
video. The learner will break into group
and review for test on sexual and
asexual reproduction.
Assessment:
What is the difference between sexual
and asexual reproduction?

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
TLW come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will rewatch the brainpop
video. The learner will break into group
and review for test on sexual and
asexual reproduction.
Assessment:
What is the difference between sexual
and asexual reproduction?

Technology, Tools, Materials:


Activboard, paper, pen,
Homework: Review over notes. Test
TUESDAY!

Technology, Tools, Materials:


Activboard, paper, pen,
Homework: Review over notes. Test
TUESDAY!

Technology, Tools, Materials:


Activboard, paper, pen,
Homework: Review over notes. Test
TUESDAY!

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.a, SCI.7.1.A.b, SCI.7.1.A.u,
SCI.7.1.B.k, SCI.7.LS.14

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.a, SCI.7.1.A.b, SCI.7.1.A.u,
SCI.7.1.B.k, SCI.7.LS.14

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.a, SCI.7.1.A.b, SCI.7.1.A.u,
SCI.7.1.B.k, SCI.7.LS.14

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
1. Each player starts in a sqaure.
The bottom right square is the
Kings square.
2. The goal is for players to
advance to the Kings square
by not making mistakes or bad
shots.
3. The player in Kings square
starts with a small serve to any
other square.
4. Players can only have 1 contact
with the ball when it comes to
their square. The contact is to
try to get it to a different players
square.
5. A failed shot (one that goes out
or lands in own square for
example) sends the player who
hit it to the starting square or
end of the line if there are more
than 4 players.
6. Players rotate up the order as
they are successful.
7. Please note that these quick
directions of play arent the
greatest, however, a quick
search for 4-square rules will
help clear things up!

Assessment:
How long can you stay as the King
Square?
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball,


cones

Kaci West

Tue 10/25/16

Objectives: Flagged at the bottom

Objectives: Flagged at the bottom

Objectives: Flagged at the bottom

Objectives:

SFO: I CAN differentiate between


sexual and asexual reproduction.

SFO: I CAN differentiate between


sexual and asexual reproduction.

SFO: I CAN differentiate between


sexual and asexual reproduction.

SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the


line properly with a underhand serve.

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
TLW come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will take an assessment
over asexual and sexual reproduction.
Assessment:
What is the difference between sexual
and asexual reproduction?

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
TLW come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will take an assessment
over asexual and sexual reproduction.
Assessment:
What is the difference between sexual
and asexual reproduction?

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
TLW come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will take an assessment
over asexual and sexual reproduction.
Assessment:
What is the difference between sexual
and asexual reproduction?

Activities/Instructional Strategies:

Technology, Tools, Materials:


Activboard, paper, pen,
Homework: No homework!

Technology, Tools, Materials:


Activboard, paper, pen,
Homework: No homework!

Technology, Tools, Materials:


Activboard, paper, pen,
Homework: No homework!

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.a, SCI.7.1.A.b, SCI.7.1.A.u,
SCI.7.1.B.k, SCI.7.LS.14

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.a, SCI.7.1.A.b, SCI.7.1.A.u,
SCI.7.1.B.k, SCI.7.LS.14

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.a, SCI.7.1.A.b, SCI.7.1.A.u,
SCI.7.1.B.k, SCI.7.LS.14

1. Each player starts in a sqaure.


The bottom right square is the
Kings square.
2. The goal is for players to
advance to the Kings square
by not making mistakes or bad
shots.
3. The player in Kings square
starts with a small serve to any
other square.
4. Players can only have 1 contact
with the ball when it comes to
their square. The contact is to
try to get it to a different players
square.
5. A failed shot (one that goes out
or lands in own square for
example) sends the player who
hit it to the starting square or
end of the line if there are more
than 4 players.
6. Players rotate up the order as
they are successful.
7. Please note that these quick
directions of play arent the
greatest, however, a quick
search for 4-square rules will
help clear things up!

Assessment:
How long can you stay as the King
Square?
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball,

Kaci West

Wed 10/26/16

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives: Flagged below

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will read pgs. 386-391 in
interactive science book. Then TLW will
watch then watch a brainpop video to
understand meiosis better.
TLW complete worksheets over the
material. TLW will complete an exit
ticket for the teacher to understand how
much knowledge the children obtained.

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will read pgs. 386-391 in
interactive science book. Then TLW will
watch then watch a brainpop video to
understand meiosis better.
TLW complete worksheets over the
material. TLW will complete an exit
ticket for the teacher to understand how
much knowledge the children obtained.

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will read pgs. 386-391 in
interactive science book. Then TLW will
watch then watch a brainpop video to
understand meiosis better.
TLW complete worksheets over the
material. TLW will complete an exit
ticket for the teacher to understand how
much knowledge the children obtained.

Assessment:
Can the student list the different steps
to meiosis?

Assessment:
Can the student list the different steps
to meiosis?

Assessment:
Can the student list the different steps
to meiosis?

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, workbook
pages.
Homework: Finish worksheets.

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, workbook
pages.
Homework: Finish worksheets.

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, workbook
pages.
Homework: Finish worksheets.

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Purpose: I can train to run a mile.


Student Engagement: TLW enter the
gym before the tardy bell rings in an
orderly fashion. TLW have 5 minutes to
get dressed and to be seated in his/her
spots on the gym floor. TLW then
stretch for 5 minutes. TLW run/walk
around the track outside for 12 minutes
to train for a mile run. TLW follow
directions on the rules of the activity.
TLW perform the activity to the best of
his/her ability. TLW dress back in for
class. TLW answer questions presented
by the instructor to close the class
period. TLW exit the gymnasium.
Curriculum/Pedagogy: Materials
needed for the class are Gym clothes,
gym shoes, basketball and a soft ball.
Assessment: TLW run and walk when
directed to.
Standards
PE.7.2-M-4.3, PE.7.3-M-3.2, PE.7.3-M3.3, PE.7.4-M-2.3

Kaci West

Thu 10/27/16

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives:

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. The teacher will go over the
worksheets with the children and they
self-assess their work and write the
right answers. TLW get points for
completion of the worksheets. TLW
then review of the material mitosis and
meiosis. TLW will prepare for the test
on friday.
Assessment:
Can the student contrast between
mitosis and meiosis?

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. The teacher will go over the
worksheets with the children and they
self-assess their work and write the
right answers. TLW get points for
completion of the worksheets. TLW
then review of the material mitosis and
meiosis. TLW will prepare for the test
on friday.
Assessment:
Can the student contrast between
mitosis and meiosis?

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. The teacher will go over the
worksheets with the children and they
self-assess their work and write the
right answers. TLW get points for
completion of the worksheets. TLW
then review of the material mitosis and
meiosis. TLW will prepare for the test
on friday.
Assessment:
Can the student contrast between
mitosis and meiosis?

SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the


line properly with a underhand serve.

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, workbook
pages.
Homework: Study over worksheets
and notes. Test FRIDAY!

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, workbook
pages.
Homework: Study over worksheets
and notes. Test FRIDAY!

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, workbook
pages.
Homework: Study over worksheets
and notes. Test FRIDAY!

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
When the student enters class they will
go to their spot on the court. Then they
will be instructed to go dress out. Then
they will stretch with a leader. A 5
minute run/ walk.
1. Players from each team sit
down on their side of the court,
opposite from a teammate who
is the starting server.
2. On the signal, the server from
each team keeps trying to
serve to their teammates.
3. If a ball is caught, the player
who caught it becomes a server
as well, and joins the first
server.
4. First team to get all players up
and serving wins the round!
Assessment
Show proper underhand swing and
serve the ball behing the line.
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:
net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

Fri 10/28/16

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives: Flagged below

Objectives:

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will behind an open book
and notebook assessment over mitosis
and meiosis.
Assessment:
Can the student contrast between
mitosis and meiosis?

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will behind an open book
and notebook assessment over mitosis
and meiosis.
Assessment:
Can the student contrast between
mitosis and meiosis?

SFO: I CAN: contrast the processes of


mitosis and meiosis in relation to
growth, repair, reproduction, and
heredity.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:TLW
come into the class in an orderly
manner. TLW be sitting in desk, when
the bell rings. TLW complete a bell
ringer over end of the year testing
material. TLW will behind an open book
and notebook assessment over mitosis
and meiosis.
Assessment:
Can the student contrast between
mitosis and meiosis?

SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the


line properly with a underhand serve.

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, test
Homework: No homework

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, test
Homework: No homework

Technology, Tools, Materials:


activboard, pen, notebook, test
Homework: No homework

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Standards
SCI.7.1.A.m, SCI.7.1.A.n, SCI.7.3.B.c,
SCI.7.3.B.e

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
When the student enters class they will
go to their spot on the court. Then they
will be instructed to go dress out. Then
they will stretch with a leader. A 5
minute run/ walk.
1. Players from each team sit
down on their side of the court,
opposite from a teammate who
is the starting server.
2. On the signal, the server from
each team keeps trying to
serve to their teammates.
3. If a ball is caught, the player
who caught it becomes a server
as well, and joins the first
server.
4. First team to get all players up
and serving wins the round!
Assessment
Show proper underhand swing and
serve the ball behing the line.
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:
net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016, Page 2

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

Objectives:
SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the
line properly with a underhand serve.

Mon 10/24/16

Activities/Instructional Strategies:
1. Each player starts in a sqaure.
The bottom right square is the
Kings square.
2. The goal is for players to
advance to the Kings square
by not making mistakes or bad
shots.
3. The player in Kings square
starts with a small serve to any
other square.
4. Players can only have 1
contact with the ball when it
comes to their square. The
contact is to try to get it to a
different players square.
5. A failed shot (one that goes out
or lands in own square for
example) sends the player who
hit it to the starting square or
end of the line if there are more
than 4 players.
6. Players rotate up the order as
they are successful.
7. Please note that these quick
directions of play arent the
greatest, however, a quick
search for 4-square rules will
help clear things up!

Assessment:
How long can you stay as the King
Square?
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:
net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball,
cones

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

Objectives:
SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the
line properly with a underhand serve.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:

Tue 10/25/16

1. Each player starts in a sqaure.


The bottom right square is the
Kings square.
2. The goal is for players to
advance to the Kings square
by not making mistakes or bad
shots.
3. The player in Kings square
starts with a small serve to any
other square.
4. Players can only have 1
contact with the ball when it
comes to their square. The
contact is to try to get it to a
different players square.
5. A failed shot (one that goes out
or lands in own square for
example) sends the player who
hit it to the starting square or
end of the line if there are more
than 4 players.
6. Players rotate up the order as
they are successful.
7. Please note that these quick
directions of play arent the
greatest, however, a quick
search for 4-square rules will
help clear things up!

Assessment:
How long can you stay as the King
Square?
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:
net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball,

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

Purpose: I can train to run a mile.

Wed 10/26/16

Student Engagement: TLW enter the


gym before the tardy bell rings in an
orderly fashion. TLW have 5 minutes to
get dressed and to be seated in his/her
spots on the gym floor. TLW then
stretch for 5 minutes. TLW run/walk
around the track outside for 12 minutes
to train for a mile run. TLW follow
directions on the rules of the activity.
TLW perform the activity to the best of
his/her ability. TLW dress back in for
class. TLW answer questions presented
by the instructor to close the class
period. TLW exit the gymnasium.
Curriculum/Pedagogy: Materials
needed for the class are Gym clothes,
gym shoes, basketball and a soft ball.
Assessment: TLW run and walk when
directed to.
Standards
PE.7.2-M-4.3, PE.7.3-M-3.2, PE.7.3-M3.3, PE.7.4-M-2.3

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

Objectives:
SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the
line properly with a underhand serve.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:
When the student enters class they will
go to their spot on the court. Then they
will be instructed to go dress out. Then
they will stretch with a leader. A 5
minute run/ walk.

Thu 10/27/16

1. Players from each team sit


down on their side of the court,
opposite from a teammate who
is the starting server.
2. On the signal, the server from
each team keeps trying to
serve to their teammates.
3. If a ball is caught, the player
who caught it becomes a
server as well, and joins the
first server.
4. First team to get all players up
and serving wins the round!
Assessment
Show proper underhand swing and
serve the ball behing the line.
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:
net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West

Objectives:
SFO: I CAN serve the ball behind the
line properly with a underhand serve.
Activities/Instructional Strategies:
When the student enters class they will
go to their spot on the court. Then they
will be instructed to go dress out. Then
they will stretch with a leader. A 5
minute run/ walk.

Fri 10/28/16

1. Players from each team sit


down on their side of the court,
opposite from a teammate who
is the starting server.
2. On the signal, the server from
each team keeps trying to
serve to their teammates.
3. If a ball is caught, the player
who caught it becomes a
server as well, and joins the
first server.
4. First team to get all players up
and serving wins the round!
Assessment
Show proper underhand swing and
serve the ball behing the line.
Accommodations and modifications:
Technology, Tools, Materials:
net, poles, p.e uniform, volleyball

Lesson Plans: 10/24/2016 - 10/28/2016

Pages: 1 - 2

Kaci West