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Teacher-candidate: Kailey Saywell Subject Area: Social studies

Date: 2/17/14 Grade Level: 2

Prior learning related to lesson or unit: (what has been covered that will provide the foundation for
this lesson or unit?) Students have an understanding that there is past. Know what a bibliography is. They can compare and contrast two things.

Lesson Target(s)/Objective(s) measurable, observable, performance, criterion, conditions: After reading a sections from the book Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of the Telephone and watching the brain pop SWBAT write two sentences with a fact about Alexander Graham Bell in each sentence 1 out of 2 times. After going over the sections from the book Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of the Telephone and watching the brain pop SWBAT write two sentences about what telephones were like back when they were created and how the telephone is different today 3 out of 4 times. Standards Alignment(s): Grade 2 History Standard: Heritage 2.4: Biographies can show how peoples actions have shaped the world in which we live. Grade 2 History Standard: Heritage 2.3: Science and technology have changed daily life. Grade 2 Language Arts 2.2: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. Integrated Learning: How does this lesson fit in a broad unit? How can other content areas be integrated? (Leave the subject blank that is the content of the current lesson) Language Arts: Correct spelling, grammar, puncuation on all sentences. Can you fins important information in the biography? Mathematics: Jumping yearscan we add the amount of time in between each important date? Science: How does the voice make it through the wire? Social Studies: How did the telephone make communication possible around the world Fine Arts: Create a telephone about of cans and string Movement: Move like a telephone that is ringing

Methods: Whole group instruction

Classroom Management Reminders: Raise hand for permission to speak

Instructional Materials: Smartboard Presentation Times Kids book about Alexander Graham Bell

Care when using Smartboard Quite when there is a movie playing

Differentiation Strategies (environment, materials, or content): Child A (or Group A): For a child the might have a hearing problem I would have sit close to the teacher and have the volume a little louder than normal so after reading the book Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of the Telephone and watching a brain pop video SWBAT write two sentences with a fact about Alexander Graham Bell in each sentence1 out of 2 times. After going over the sections from the book Alexander Graham Bell Inventor of the Telephone and watching the brain pop SWBAT write two sentences about what telephones were like back when they were created and how the telephone is different today 3 out of 4 times. Child B (or Group B): For a gifted student I would expect them to write more detailed sentences about Alexander Graham Bell. o After reading the book Alexander Graham Bell inventor of the Telephone and watching a brain pop video SWBAT write two sentences with three facts about Alexander Graham Bell 2 out of 3. o After going over the presentation about telephones SWBAT write 5 sentences about what telephones were like back when they were created and how they are different today 4 out of 5 times. Planned Assessment Tools Pre-assessment Tool: Formative assessment strategy(ies): Objective one: Written Assessment: Short answer: Scoring list Objective two Written Assessment: Short Answer: Scoring list English Standard Written Assessment: Short Answer: Scoring list Objective Three Post or unit assessment tool: Data to be collected: ____ 1 sentence including a fact about Alexander Graham Bell ____ 1 sentence including a fact about Alexander Graham Bell Objective two ____ 1 sentence about what they were like back then ____ 1 sentence about what they were like back then ____ 1 sentence about how it is different today ____ 1 sentence about how it is different today _____ Proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation

Lesson Body
Introduction of Lesson and Learning Goal (connect to past and introduce current; this should be motivating and engaging!! You must state this goal at the beginning of the lesson): Today we are going to think like inventors and lean all about the telephone! I know that we all know about the telephone! What is a telephone? What does it do? I want you to take out your cell phone if you have one?

Body:

Academic Language I need to use (vocabulary, function, and/or form): Inventor, Patent, Device, *** Patent and Device will be discussed in the video Organization, Questions, Transitions, Scaffolding, etc. Reminder of Learning Goal I want you to think about what it would be like if we could not talk to one another using a telephone or a cell phone What do you think it would be like? Go over the I can statements Do you know who invented the telephone? What does the word inventor mean again? Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone What do you think his telephone looked like? Does it look like the ones we have today? Read section out of Times Kids book about Alexander Graham Bell Then watch video about Alexander Graham Bell Go over what patent and device are Once video is over student will be given a Venn diagram We will look at pictures of phones as the have developed over time Together as a class we will compare and contrast how the telephone was back when it was created and the telephone that we have today Once we are done filling out the Venn diagram student will be have to write two sentences about Alexander Graham Bell including one fact in each sentence and 2 sentences about what the telephone was like back when it was created and 2 sentences about how it is different today.

Review of Objective and learning that has occurred during this lesson; Connection to future learning: Today we learned about Alexander Graham Bell. What did he do again? We learn a lot about his life to help us understand how it has changed our life. The invention of the telephone was an invention that changed the world.