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UNIVERSITY OF LA VERNE

EDUC 330 LESSON PLAN FORMAT

YOUR NAME: CRN: LESSON TITLE: LENGTH OF LESSON:


Ms. Klodell Die Hammer Time 1 hour-1:30

LESSON SOURCE DATE: (Base upon INTEGRATED AREAS


Mrs. Stuckis Music November 21, 2017 Hammerschmiedsg'se Social Studies
Class ll'n Die dance) Language Arts
Music
GRADE FOCUS:
4th

CONTENT STANDARDS AND CONTENT OBJECTIVES


SUBJECT STANDARDS: MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES ADDRESSED:

Rhythmic Skills Bodily-Kinesthetic, and Musical

1.15 Perform a line dance, a circle dance, and


a folk dance with a partner.

2.6 Define the terms folk dance, line dance,


and circle dance.
2.7 Compare and contrast folk dances, line
dances, and circle dances.

Group Dynamics
5.6 Work in pairs or small groups to achieve
an agreed-upon goal.

COGNITIVE, AFFECTIVE, AND PSYCHOMOTOR OBJECTIVES


(Use your PE Standards and use specific verbs to indicate expected outcomes in each area)
COGNITIVE OBJECTIVES AFFECTIVE OBJECTIVES PSYCHOMOTOR
(What students will know . . .) (Expected student behaviors . . .) OBJECTIVES
(What students will do . . . )
The students will be able to
The students will be able to create, and write down an agreed The students will be able to
discuss their knowledge on folk upon goal as a group, related to perform a classic folklore dance
dances using a KWL chart. the folk dance they will learn. with a partner/group with 90%
accuracy.

ASSESSMENT
(Include any rubrics, quizzes, sheets, etc.)
STRATEGY FOR ASSESSMENT (How will you evaluate student progress of each objective?)

Cognitive:
After learning the information about folk dancing, students will complete the KWL chart.

Affective:
Groups/pairs will write down their goals, displaying it in the classroom. After the
performance, the students will do a performance review as group/pair to determine if
they accomplished their set out goal.
Psychomotor:
By the end, the students will be able to perform the dance successfully at a school
performance in front of an audience.

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
STRATEGIES TO MEET DIVERSIFIED LEARNERS (English Learners, Students with Special
Needs)

The dance is partner based, to help ELA and neurodiversed students, I would pair them with partners
who would be able to help them with the dance and learning the correct moves.

MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, and TECHNOLOGY NEEDED (bring music or similar items you
may need for your lesson presentation)

Radio and AUX cord to play music

STEPS THROUGH THE LESSON


(Use bulleted statements)
INTO (set the stage; the hook, lesson objectives) RATIONALE (why are you doing this?)

Students will start a KWL chart Students will participate in a KWL chart,
discussing what information they know, or want
to learn about the folk dancing.
This will cover the cognitive objective
THROUGH (instructional input, modeling, checking RATIONALE (why are you doing this?)
for understanding, guided practice)

Students will learn about group Students will learn what group work is, or how to
Students will perform a German folk dance work well in a group/ with a partner.
guided by the teacher through a step by step They will work and set goals as a group they
process would like to accomplish together.
This accomplished the affective objective
Step by step instructions complete the
psychomotor objective.
BEYOND (independent practice, further research) RATIONALE (why are you doing this?)

The students will write in their personal journals


By the end, students will complete a journal for 5-10 minutes about what they learned about
entry about what they learned about folk folk dancing, or group work.
dancing After journaling, students will share out what
Complete the KWL chart as a class they learned to complete the KWL chart as a
class.