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Intern Name: Christian B

Topic/Title of Lesson: How Long is it?

Grade: Kindergarten
Length of Lesson:
Date Taught:
In this lesson…
Standards of Students will compare objects using nonstandard units of measure according to
the attributes of length ( Shorter or Longer).
Students will be able to…
Objectives ● Measure using nonstandard units of measurement using unifix cubes.

Learning Target I can… measure objects using unifix cubes.

Key Vocabulary Shorter
or Concepts Longer

● Unifix cubes
● Paper
● Book
● Eraser
Materials ● Dry Eraser
● Tissue Box
● Desk
● Marshmallow
1. A Powerpoint to Review measurement
a. Students will brainstorm there
Introduction/ b. The Students will gather on the carpet and recall the items on the
Hook c. They will choose the object that is shorter
d. They will choose the object that is Longer
e. Introduce the main activity
1. Introduce and Explain the first activity ( Measurement )
a. Each Group of students receive one sheet to work on as a team.
b. Teacher Models how to measure with the unifix Cubes on the
different objects such as Paper, The Laptop, The Tissue Box, the
Desk and the Notebook.
c. After modeling how to measure reiterate about working as a
Instructional team and working together and sharing the materials.
Activities d. When the groups finished they are to sit at their desk cleaned up
with their head down symbolizing that they are done.
e. When all the groups are finished they will meet at the carpet
f. At the carpet the students will review there group measurements
as a class.
g. After the review the teacher will instruct the groups on
measuring the same objects with Marshmallows
h. Each Group of students receive one sheet to work as a team.
i. Teacher Models how to measure with the Marshmallows on the
different objects such as Paper, The Laptop, The Tissue Box, the
Desk and the Notebook.
j. After modeling how to measure. Reiterate about working as a
team and working together and sharing the materials.
k. And then release them to work.

Accommodations N/A
1. After Measuring with The marshmallows the students will cleanup the
tables and meet at the carpet.
2. As a class the students review the measurement of the different objects
using the marshmallows.
Closure Activity 3. Ask the students What can be used to measure?.
4. Ask the students why they measure?
5. Ask the students what else they can measure?

Assessments N/A as it was a review.


Reflection on a Lesson Plan Taught

Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow
Intern Name: Christian B
Topic/Subject of Lesson: Non- Standard Forms of Measurement
Grade: K
Date of Lesson Taught:
Cooperating Teacher: Mrs.Daughtry
Cooperating School: Tallwood HS
Time of Day:

1. What steps did you go through to create this lesson? With whom did you talk, discuss, or edit your
lesson? I used only resources like teacherspayteachers. I discussed with my teacher with what they were
learning. I discussed with my english teacher how i could go about it.
2. How did the SOLs and Objectives help focus your instruction?
The objectives helped to show me what the students should know specifically and how much of it. And how to
create a lesson specifically targeting that.
3. What parts of the instructional plan worked as you anticipated?
The Closure activity because it was questions that the students were ready and excited to answer.
4. What, if any, adjustments needed to be made once you began?
The groups needed pencils which i forgot and they also needed reiterating of which way to measure the people.
5. How well did you anticipate the materials needed?
I did well but i had an excess of materials and there was almost a deficit of measuring tools, hence the
importance of reiterating working together.
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?)
In the future to test the effectiveness i would let the students work individually on measuring a few items. Using
unifix cubes.
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!)
I believe the lesson was somewhat successful , the students measurements were for the most part similar on
there worksheets on there measurements. They seem to understand the overall concept of measurement and
wanted to measure other things and could tell me other things that they could measure.
8. How did the time spent preparing for your lesson contribute to it’s success?
The time helped to come up with different scenarios on how the lesson could turn pout and what the students
are capable of. The amount of thought and energy bin other classes , really payed off.
9. I spent time researching more into the 1920’s which did help me relay the lesson well. I think that my
excitement helped the class pay attention more.

10. If you could do this lesson again with the same students, would you do anything differently? If so, what?
11. Any last comments/reflections about your lesson?

Taught Lesson Plan Grade Sheet

Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow

Intern Name: __​Christian Belgrave​___Lesson Topic:_​Measurement​___

● Written (typed) Lesson Plan: _​45​_/50

[See comments on LP]
● Supplemental materials: _​10_​_/10
Comments: ​Worksheet attached!

● Self-Evaluation: _​13​_/15
Comments: ​I’d like to see a bit more depth in some of your responses!

Total: _​68​_/75