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Indiana Wesleyan University

Elementary Education Lesson Plan

Social Studies--2018

Student: Alexis Reichard School: Park Elementary School

IWU Supervisor: Professor Alexandra Schuler Co-op Teacher: Mrs. Furnish
Teaching Date: November 9, 2018 Grade Level: Kindergarten

Understanding sequence of events will help students to retell things that happen to them, movies they see or
books they read. It is a life skill they will need to continue to develop.


I. Goals/Objectives/Standard(s)
A. Goal: Students will sequence events that happen in order.
B. Objective: Students will put daily events in order
C. Standards:
IAS: K.1.3 Identify and order events that takes place in a sequence. Example: Identify events in the school
day as first, next, last, yesterday, today and tomorrow; place school events in order.
NCSS: Time, Continuity and Change

II. Management Plan

a. Materials
- Video Bubble Guppies S3 E1 1:30-3:40
- SmartBoard/touch screen board
- Picture/word strips for students schedule
- Colored paper to glue the schedule strips on
b. Time 30 minutes
- Anticipatory Set: 5 min
- Lesson Presentation: 20 min
- Closure: 5 min
c. Space: Students will remain at their seats for the duration of the lesson.
d. Behavior
- Tell students what I expect them to be doing at each point in the lesson. If they are staying on
task, they can receive a smartie candy. If a student gets one, I will quietly put in on their desk
while they are working
- Clip chart in place for the classroom
- Repeat clap pattern to regain attention

III. Anticipatory Set

What is something that you do every day? Im looking for students sitting on their pockets and waiting to
be called on. Let some students share. Students may say play outside, eat, brush teeth or come to school. So,
if I wanted to play outside, I should stand up then run outside. Next, I should grab my shoes and put them on
and go down the slide before I come inside again? Students will say no and correct me, I should put shoes
on then go outside. Oh yes! I have to do it in the right order or I could have cold feet from running around
without shoes outside.
Indiana Wesleyan University
Elementary Education Lesson Plan
Social Studies--2018
IV. Purpose: We are going to practice sequencing, this means putting events in order, so we can help new
students or other people that come into our class and do not know what we do.


V. Adaptation to Individual Differences and Diverse Learners
AW, ZC, GH, SE will have only four of the parts of the daily schedule to put in order. This will
help them to remain focused without being overwhelmed by the activity.
VW, ER are high ability students and are able to write sentences. To help them get the most out of
this activity, they will be given a sheet with lines to write a sentence about what they do during the
day, along with putting their day in order.
SS will be given a sheet that has boxes where she can draw three different parts of the day after
putting the day in order. This will keep her engaged and focused on the assignment.

VI. Lesson Presentation (Input/Output)

When we sequence events, there is a beginning, middle and end. What happens in the beginning, we say
that happens first. The parts in the middle are next and then. The ending is what happens last. Youve been
read the Pete the Cat book where he has white shoes right? Students reply yes. In that book, first Pete is
walking down the street in his shoes singing a song. Next, Pete stepped in a big pile of strawberries and
turned his shoes red! Then, he stepped in a big pile of mud and turned his shoes brown. Last, he stepped in a
bucket of water and his shoes were white again, but they were wet. As I go through each event, put a picture
from the book next to the words first, next, then, and last on the board.

I have another scenario for you guys to practice sequencing. I have these four pictures. I need four
volunteers. The volunteers Im looking for have their hands raised, are sitting on their pockets and are not
shouting out. Call four students up and hand them the pictures. Hold your pictures up so everyone can see
them. Describe each picture the students are holding. Now we need to put them in order. So what is the first
thing that should happen? (CFU) Call on student. Right. In this situation, first you say please when you ask
for something. Have student with this picture move the beginning of the line. Now what would come next?
(CFU ) Call on student. Good, the person you were asking would hand you the object you asked for. Have
the child with this picture stand next to the child with the first picture. Only two choices left, what would we
say is then? (CFU ) Call on student at desk. Yes! You would say thank you. Have student with this picture
move next to the other students. And that means what is the last part? (CFU ) Call on student. Right, the
other person would say youre welcome. It is important for us to use manners and kind words when we talk
to other people.

Now, we are going to practice with a video. While you watch this think about the order that events are
happening. What comes at the beginning, middle and end? Play the video Bubble Guppies S3E1 1:30-3:40. I
have some things here that happened in the video. Read the strips. Now I need someone to help me. If I say
something happened first, does that mean it happened at the beginning, middle or end? (CFU) Call on
student to answer. Youre right! Which one of these things happened first? (CFU) Call on a student and have
then come to the front to move the event to the right spot on the screen. Repeat with the remainder of the
Indiana Wesleyan University
Elementary Education Lesson Plan
Social Studies--2018
Now everyone will get to do one on their own. I cut these strips of paper that have different events we
do during the day. Pass out paper strips. Read all of the strips and describe the pictures so all students know
what they have. Were going to do the first one together. What is the very first thing you have to do in the
morning? (CFU) Remind students of the strips if needed. Yes! Glue that strip at the top of your colored
paper Now you get to do the rest on your own. If you need any help, stay in your seat and raise your hand
then I will come to you. While the students are working I can walk around and ask them about their schedule.
How you know this goes right after the first one? What does it mean for this to be at the bottom? (CFU) As
students finish, use repeat clapping to get their attention. If you finish, pick one of the events during our
school day. Draw a picture of what you do during that part of the day.

VII. Check for understanding (CFU noted in lesson presentation)

VIII. Review learning outcomes / Closure

Share the schedule you made with your table neighbor. Use the words we talked about: first, next, then
and last. Are your schedules the same?


- Formative: I will call on students to help me place events in order from a video we watch and with the
picture activity. Based on their answers, I will know if they understand first, next and last. While they
sequence their school day, I can check for any misunderstandings if they are putting things in the
wrong order and ask them questions about what they are doing.
- Summative: Students will turn in their completed schedule at the end of the lesson


(CAEP K-6 3.b)
1. How many students achieved the lesson objective(s)? For those who did not, why not?
2. What were my strengths and weaknesses?
3. How should I alter this lesson?
4. How would I pace it differently?
5. Were all students actively participating? If not, why not?
6. What adjustments did I make to reach varied learning styles and ability levels?
Include additional self-answer questions that specifically address unique lesson content, methodology, and
Indiana Wesleyan University
Elementary Education Lesson Plan
Social Studies--2018
When I first explain the sequence words first, next, then and last, I will use these pictures from a Pete the Cat

Three events from the video the students will Events including manners students will put in

put in order on the Smart Board order. Can I have

that book


Indiana Wesleyan University
Elementary Education Lesson Plan
Social Studies--2018

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