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Education 4510 Lesson Plan Presentation

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Describe examples of sound technologies that are used by people to meet their everyday needs (107-1).
Describe examples of devices that enhance our abilities to hear and collect sound data, such as hearing aids, sonar, amplifiers, oscilloscopes and ultrasound (106-1).
Identify examples of current research related to sound (105-1).
Sounds Good text book
KWL Graphic Organizer
Computers
Books about sound
Bristol Board
Chart Paper
Markers
Crayons
Pencils
Together the class will read Pages 34 - 37 of the Sounds Good text book.
Next have the class brainstorm sound related jobs by using the prompt "What are some jobs that use sound?"
Students and teacher record responses on a KWL graphic organizer, in the What I KNOW section.
Ask the class which jobs, that use sound, would they like to learn more about.
Record their answers on the KWL organizer.
Have students choose and record the job they want to learn more about on their own KWL organizer, in the What I WANT to learn section.
Students will then research using books, magazines, and the internet the way sound is used in their chosen job; they may work with a partner who is researching the same job if they so desire.
When research is completed have students prepare a presentation to share what they have learned with the rest of the class.
Presentations may include charts, tables, pictures, drawings and text.
Students may use a presentation format of their choosing (Bristol board, Kidspiration, PowerPoint, etc.).
Samantha Clarke
Age 10
Grade 4


Samantha is on a Modified Prescribed
Program for:
Language Arts
Math
Science
Social Studies
Education 4510
Inclusive Practices for Children with Mild Cognitive Challenges
Lesson Plan: Outcomes, Objective, Time Frame and Materials
Outcomes To Be Covered
In this lesson students will find out how people can use sound waves to do more than hear.
Objective
Materials
Lesson Plan: Activities and Assessment
Activity #1
Activity #2
Activity #3
Activity # 4
Meet Samantha
Strengths
Programming
Lesson Plan Presentation
Grade Four Science
How Do We Use Sound Technology?

Modified Outcomes To Be Covered
List examples of sound technologies that are used by people to meet their everyday needs (107-1).
List devices that enhance our abilities to hear and collect sound data, such as hearing aids, sonar, amplifiers, oscilloscopes and ultrasound (106-1).
Time Frame
This lesson will take approximately 4 classes to complete.
Modified Materials
Sounds Good text book
List of examples of 3 or 4 sound related jobs (with visuals)
KWL Graphic Organizer
Computers
Books about sound
Bristol Board
Chart Paper
Markers
Crayons
Pencils
Graphic Organizer
Assessment
Student presentations will be assessed to determine what they have learned about how people in different jobs use sound and/or sound technologies.
Students will also be assessed on how clearly and effectively they present the information they have collected.
Activity #1: Modified
At the beginning of the lesson give students a list of 3 or 4 examples of sound related jobs, the list can also be modified to include visuals.
Students will watch a short video of a full symphony orchestra cover a popular song.
As they watch the video have them think about:
Students will watch a short video of a full symphony orchestra cover a popular song.
As they watch the video have them think about:
How people can use sound waves to do more than hear!
Who uses sound, how they use it and what they use?
How people can use sound waves to do more than hear!
Who uses sound, how they use it and what they use?
Activity #5
When presentations are complete students will orally present what they have learned to their class.
After all presentations the class will discuss what they have learned about jobs that use sound.
Responses will be recorded on the KWL graphic organizer, in the What I have LEARNED section.
Activity #4 Modified
Diagnosed Educational Exceptionality:
Mild Cognitive Delay
Strengths
Hard working
Works well independently when work matches ability
Enjoys school
Polite and mannerly
Seeks help when needed
Exhibits good oral expression when one on one
Good basic math skills (addition and subtraction)
Enjoys Music
Enjoys Phys. Ed.
Needs
To improve her basic math skills in multiplication and division
To improve her basic writing skills
To increase and apply independent spelling skills
To increase her sight word vocabulary
To improve her problem solving skills
To generalize her oral expression to a variety of settings
To take more academic risks
To interact more with her peers
&
Needs
Samantha is on a Prescribed
Program for:
Health
Religion
French
Phys. Ed
Music
Accommodations
Samantha receives the following accommodations:
Organizational tool
Extended time
Copies of notes
Reading of print material by teacher
Alternate setting for testing
Clarification of instructions
Modified Assessment
Student presentations will be assessed to determine what they have learned about which jobs require sound and the devices used.
Students will also be assessed on how clearly and effectively they present the information they have collected.
Students will research using books, magazines, and the internet the way sound is used in their chosen job; they may work with a partner who is researching the same job if they so desire.
During the research period, while other students are working independently, the teacher will work with a small group of students (2 or 3) who need extra support. Utilizing the list that was given at the beginning of class to guide the small group during research.
Allow students to use a graphic organizer to organize their research findings.
If time permits, students may also choose 2 or 3 more jobs from the list generated by the class to add to their research project. When research is completed have students prepare a presentation to share what they have learned with the rest of the class.
Presentations may include charts, tables, pictures, drawings and text and students may use a presentation format of their choosing (Bristol board, Kidspiration, PowerPoint, etc.) .

Rationale for Modifications to the Outcomes
References
Samantha's reading comprehension, word reading and problem solving skills are approximately 2 years behind her current grade level. Thus her abilities to describe, research and apply new knowledge are poorly developed.

Michelle Byrne
Cindy Flynn
Alyson Wall


Government of Newfoundland and Labrador: Department of Education. (2012, May 21).
Service Delivery Model for Students with Exceptionalities Forms. Retrieved from http://www.ed.gov.nl.ca/edu/forms/studentsupport/sdmodel.html

Pan Canadian Science Place Team. 2001. Sounds Good. Markham, Ont: Scholastic Canada Ltd.

University of West Florida. (n.d).Bloom’s Taxonomy of Critical Thinking and Writing Effective Learning Objectives/Outcomes. Retrieved from http://www.sandiego.edu/cas/documents/assessment/UsingBloomsTaxonomyforLearningOutcomes.pdf
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