Human Diversity In Education

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Using the attached lesson plan format, create a lesson plan appropriate for the grade you intend to teach. Then write a short paper (2-3 pages) regarding the lesson you are teaching and the modifications you have made to the lesson for at least 3 different groups of diverse students. Make sure you explain how your modifications can help the different populations. You will actually turn in both a lesson plan and a paper about the lesson. Lesson Plan Format Grade level= ...State the grade level for this lesson Subject=... State the subject that you are covering for this lesson Objective= ...What will the students learn? Ex=...The student will compare Yeh Shen to Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters and list three ways that they are similar and three ways that they differ. Primary Standards Addressed=..List appropriate Sunshine State Standards for the grade level. Sunshine State Standards can be located at http://etc.usf.edu/flstandards/index.html

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Lesson PlanGrade Level: Grade 5Subject: English Objective: Identify synonyms for given words in a text. Primary Standards AddressedStandard: Reading LAFS.5.L.3.5Strand: ReadingCluster: vocabulary acquisition and useCognitive Complexity: level 3: strategic thinking and complex reasoningMaterials: synonyms and antonyms worksheets, teacher checklist, dictionaries and thesauruses, and pencilsEssential Question of the Day: What are synonyms and give an example of a word and list four synonyms of the word?Opening: Today's lesson will be about synonyms. Knowing about synonyms can help a student understand and enjoy what they read. Synonyms are words that have the same meaning as another word. Writers use them so that they cannot bore the reader with using the same word repeatedly. Example: Imagine that a friend offered you a gift. Would you accept or receive the gift? The words accept and receive have the same meaning. Therefore, words that have similar meanings are known as synonyms. Guided practice: The teacher will use the following words and work through them with students to spot the synonyms. Clean tidy, neat, pure, washedDisperse separate, scatter, spreadBrave daring, bold, gutsy, and valiantDiffer disagree, vary, contrastHabit custom, norm, convention, practice Independent Practice: The teacher will have the students write ten example sentences using descriptive words that are in the same for

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