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Intern Name: Madeline Arndt

Lesson Title (Subject/Topic): Diversity Chalk Talk


Grade: 2
Length of Lesson: 20
Date Taught: April 16th, 2018
LESSON PLAN TEMPLATE
In this lesson…
Students will personalize the meaning of diversity and discuss the
Overview importance of acceptance and respect.

Standards of Civics 2.10, 2.12


Learning
What is diversity?
Essential How does diversity directly impact your life?
Questions
Students will be able to…
Objectives Understand and accept diversity.

Students will be able to understand the concept of diversity, and


Learning Target accept diversity in all aspects of their life.
Necessary Prior N/A
Knowledge
Smartboard
Materials

To introduce the concept of diversity, I will first ask the class what
diversity means to them. After a few responses, I will then share with the
class aspects of my life that qualify as diverse. This will help make the
Introduction/Ho students feel more comfortable sharing their own experiences. After this
ok brief discussion, we will then dive into a chalk talk. The word ‘diversity’
will be written in the center of the smart board. Silently, each student will
approach the smart board one by one, branching off ideas they qualify as
diverse.

The word ‘diversity’ will be written in the center of the smart board.
Silently, each student will approach the smart board one by one. The goal
Instructional is for the students to branch off of the word diversity with a correlating
Activities & concept somehow specific to their lives. After the class has run out of
ideas, the concepts written on the board will be discussed. The proponent
Strategies of respect will be introduced once all ideas are talked about. This will help
illustrate and enforce the idea of acceptance.

Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
Key Vocabulary Diversity
Acceptance
or Concepts
Assessments No assessment

A discussion afterwards on respect and accepting diversity in ourselves in


Closure Activity others.

Accommodation none
s

Resources Smartboard

Reflection on a Lesson Plan Taught


Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow
Intern Name: Madeline Arndt
Lesson Title (Subecjt/Topic): Diversity Chalk Talk
Date of Lesson Taught: 4/16/18
Dr. Hatzopoulos, Old Donation School
Grade: 2
Time of Day: Mid Day

1. What steps did you go through to create this lesson? With whom did you talk, discuss, or edit your
lesson?
I looked over all of the 2nd grade SOL objectives, and looked for a topic that isn’t necessarily commonly
highlighted in the classroom. I brought the idea up to Dr. Hatzopoulos and she loved the idea!

2. How did the SOLs and Objectives help focus your instruction?
This lesson does tie into SOL objectives, but more importantly teaches the students a concept necessary to
becoming a good person.

3. What parts of the instructional plan worked as you anticipated?


The class totally bought into to the ‘silent’ discussion, and really inputed thought provoking responses onto the
smartboard. The discussion afterwards allowed for responses pertaining to personalized ideals of diversity,
proving the understanding of a concept.

4. What, if any, adjustments needed to be made once you began?


No adjustments were made.

Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
5. How well did you anticipate the materials needed?
The materials supplied were sufficient.

6. How effective was the assessment you chose to use? (If no assessment was used, what will the future
assessment be and how will you gauge its effectiveness?)
The discussion afterwards proved the understanding of the concept.

7. To what degree do you feel that this lesson was a success? What evidence do you have for the success
of the lesson? (Hint: Student learning is the key to a lesson’s success!)
This lesson was very successful, for the students were engaged the entire time, and even led the post activity
discussion.

8. How did the time spent preparing for your lesson contribute to its success?
This lesson was created from my personal stance on the importance of understanding and encouraging diversity,
which made the preparation for the lesson easy.

9. If you could do this lesson again with the same students, would you do anything differently? If so,
what?
This was actually the second time administering this lesson, and no adjustments were made. This lesson has
been successful not once, but twice now, and I am very happy with the results gathered.

10. Any last comments/reflections about your lesson?


This lesson allowed me to input something i am passionate about, while also keeping the SOL objectives in
mind.

Lesson Plan Assignment: Grade Sheet


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Intern Name: ______________________________


Refer to the comments written on your lesson plan for detailed feedback.
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Overview, SOLs, essential questions, objectives
(10)
Introduction/hook & closure (10)
Instructional activities (20)
Accommodations (10)
Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)
Assessment (5)
Vocab, materials, resources (5)
Supplemental materials, if applicable (5)

Total (65)

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Adapted from the Teacher Cadet Curriculum, Property of CERRA—South Carolina © 2004, and/or the Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow Curriculum
John M. Merritt, English Teacher at Kellam High School (Virginia Beach City Public Schools)