Let’s continue putting together everything you’ve learned thus far and write your fourth and final lesson plan for this course!! You should feel more confident now about the process. Next week, you will be putting it all together in your Weekly Unit Plan!
Please first review these video instructions:
Here is the template again for your lesson plan:
( Please see attachment)
For this Lesson Plan you will create a Music and Movement for children aged 3, 4, or 5 years old.
*In your lesson plan, be sure to specify whether or not your lesson is focusing on Physical Science or Life Science.
*Be sure to use the resources in last week’s Module for supporting your diverse learners and creating appropriate accommodations.
For your lesson plan this week, please pay attention to the Accommodations section. You have lots of resources in the Module to ensure that you are providing appropriate accommodations for diverse learners.
Accommodations you should consider might be:
children with sensory processing disorders,
children with visual impairments,
children with hearing impairments,
children with intellectual disabilities,
children who use wheelchairs,
children who are non-verbal,
children who do not speak English,
children with autism,
children with ADHD, etc.
When writing your lesson you need to address TWO of the exceptionalities above. How would you ensure that a child with one of these unique exceptionalities would be able to access your lesson?
Once again, you will think about one of the children you observed for the Observation and Assessment Assignment, and develop your lesson plan with them in mind.
Be sure to complete all components of the lesson plan template.
Check out these great curriculum ideas for Music and Movement from our recommended text book, A Practical Guide to Early Childhood Curriculum:
(Please see all attachment and the videos for this assignment.) Thank you
Please read Chapter 13 in the OER attachment. It starts from page 300 -page 329.