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Unit Plan Template

Authors
Name(s): Saliha Çelebi
Nigan Eroğlu
Unit Content
Course
Movement Integrated Math Whole Group Indoor Activity
Unit Title
Animals- Activity Name: Watch what I do?
Grade Level [ASSURE (Analyze Learners)]
60-72 Months
Time
1 Lesson Hour
Prerequisites [ASSURE (Analyze Learners)]
Cognitive Development Domain
Children who are 60-72 months of age estimates the event and objects and tells their estimated. Groups
according to objectifying or eating assets, drinking, housing properties.
Language Development Domain
Children who are 60-72 months of age understand the meaning of what they are listening to. Performs verbal
instructions and explains them by reading visual materials.
Motor Development Domain
Children who are 60-72 months of age make various displacement movements.
Instructional Materials & Media
Animal images, 2 cushion, chair, table, big cardboard.

Learning Teaching Methods

Child-centered, demonstrating

Teaching Activities

In this activity, the teacher want to develop their motor skills.

Summary

When kids get back to class after breakfast, the song "dancing robots" pops up and dance.
The warming up of the bodies is done by activating the different parts of the children's bodies
by performing the movements in the dance video. Then, the children are asked to think about
by showing the racecourse (prepared before the children came) and asking questions. After
children’s answer, the rules of the games are described by saying, "in turn, children will jump
double foot through the curve line, jump over cushions and jump on the chair. Then you go to
the front of the table by making a Galop on the straight line (before the teacher shows the
children how to make Galop and gives each child the opportunity to do). You will pass
through the bottom of the table by crawling and pick up one of the animal cards that are
encircled upside down and go back to the starting point.” The teacher makes a statement by
doing all the moves him/herself and shows children how to make the movements correctly
being model. To make sure that children do not forget where and what actions they will do,
the hints about the movement are pasted into the field beforehand. For example, double
foot/jumping pictures are pasted into places where they jump on double foot. Main rules are
announced by saying “when I turn on the music, you start the game, and the game will end
when the music stop. At the end of the game, the children who receive the card will go to the
cushion without showing it to anyone. It's important that no one sees your cards. Let's see
why we shouldn't show the cards.” Then the music is opened and the game begins. During
this time, the teacher observes children and takes notes about mobility skills.

After all children take cards and sit on cushions, the taboo game called “watch what I do” is
explained by saying that “all of you have cards and everyone give information their friends
about the animal on their own card. Other children will try to find out which animal it is.”
Teacher take her/his cards and show children how they can do by saying “I am an animal
watch what I do, I can move around like I am at the zoo, I scurry around searching for a
mouse, Did you know that I make a sound listen real close and I will show you now Meav
Meav!!” Then, children are asked to try to tell the animals with their own sentences. After all
children have finished telling and guessing about the animals, the teacher lays a large carton
on the floor and asks the children to group the animals according to the food they eat and the
areas they live in. Children are expected to cooperate while grouping. Children are observed
and guided when they need during the process. After the grouping is completed, the
assessment section is started.

Descriptive question: What kind of movements did you do today on the racecourse? Were
there any movements you had difficulty doing? Why? What animals were on the cards?

Objectives question: How did you Group up the animals? What were the food they ate and
where they lived?

Daily life question: Do you do these movements at home or in the park? Which of these
animals do you see around you?

Sensual question: How did you feel about the robot dance and the racecourse? How did you
feel while explaining the animals?

Measurement & Assessment Activities for Individual Performance


Each child do movement on their own.

Measurement & Assessment Activities for Group Performance

They play and learn as a whole group.

Homework

The teacher asks parents to take their children to the aquarium or zoo. Teacher expects for
them to talk about the animals and take pictures. These photos must be brought until Monday.
The teacher will make albums with these pictures.