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Title: Developing Daily Lesson Plans


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Developing Daily Lesson Plans
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Objectives
  1. Discuss the issues associated with week-long,
    teacher-centered, theme-based planning.
  2. Construct lesson plans for children by combining
    knowledge about curriculum content, childrens
    developmental levels and interests.
  3. Develop a daily lesson plan form appropriate for
    your program

3
Planning Quotes
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Talk about it
  • What is your planning routine?
  • What are the types of things you plan for daily?
  • What is the most challenging part of your day?
    What makes it difficult or stressful?

5
Intentional Planning
  • We should be planning every day by
  • incorporating
  • Specific content (KDIs)
  • Childrens interests
  • Childrens developmental abilities
  • Classroom materials

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What are the benefits of planning daily?
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Planning Process
  • Start with Specific Observations
  • Look for
  • Activities and materials that children choose
  • How children work with the materials
  • How children interact with other children and
    adults
  • Plan by incorporating
  • Specific content areas (key developmental
    indicators)
  • Childrens developmental abilities
  • Childrens interests
  • Classroom materials
  • Planning Elements
  • Plan daily, as a team.
  • Keep planning forms simple, based on your daily
    routine.
  • Use anecdotes to assess childrens interest and
    abilities.

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Watch Daily Team Planning
  • Look for examples of
  • Specific content (key developmental indicators)
  • Childrens developmental abilities
  • Childrens interests
  • Classroom materials

9
Using Information from Observations for Lesson
Planning
  • As you plan, ask yourself these three
  • questions
  • What did I see children doing today?
  • What do their actions tell me about them?
  • Their development level?
  • Their interests?
  • How can I provide materials and interact with
    children to support their learning?

10
Evolution of a Plan
Content
Planning Ideas
Interests
What do you know already? KDIs/State Standards/
Learning Outcomes What have you not seen yet?
What ideas do you have for Work time
Planning Recall Small Group Large Group
Outside
What are children talking about, and playing with?
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Content Interests
Content
Interests
Planning Ideas
Social/Emotion Dev.
  • Taking care of own needs
  • Expressing feelings in words
  • Building relationships with children and adults
  • Creating and experiencing collaborative play
  • Dealing with social conflict

What ideas do you have for Work time
Planning Recall Small Group Large Group
Outside
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Content Interests
Content
Interests
Planning Ideas
What ideas do you have for Work time
Planning Recall Small Group Large Group
Outside
13
Content Interests
Content
Interests
Planning Ideas
Social/Emotion Dev.
  • Taking care of own needs
  • Expressing feelings in words
  • Building relationships with children and adults
  • Creating and experiencing collaborative play
  • Dealing with social conflict

What ideas do you have for Work time
Planning Recall Small Group Large Group
Outside
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Adding Developmental Range
Planning Ideas
Content
Interests
Develop. Range
What do you know already? KDIs/State Standards/
Learning Outcomes What have you not seen yet?
What ideas do you have for Work time
Planning Recall Small Group Large Group
Outside
Look at the developmental range within your
primary group. Where are your children
developmentally?
What are the childs interests?
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Developmental Range
Earlier Middle Later
What will my younger (in development) children do with these materials? What will the middle children do? What will the older children?
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At work time in the BA while looking at the
alphabet puzzle, Brianna pointed to B, and said,
"This is my name."
9-23-07
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What I expect children to do at different levels
of development
Earlier Middle Later
Says some letters Calls symbols letters Understands letters represent words Identifies some letters Makes the sound of a letter Says a word and identifies the beginning letter or sound Spells a word
Brianna falls in the earlier stage of development
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How do we support Brianna?
TB
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Getting to Know Tylon
  • In table groups, read through Tylons anecdotes.
  • Discuss what you know about his development and
    his interests.

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Planning for Tylon?
Interests
Content
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But Were Not Just Planning for Tylon!
  • We also have to consider the other children.

22
Developmental Range helps us develop support
strategies for all children
Support Strategies
Planning Ideas
How will you adapt the activity to the different
levels of the children? How will you interact
with each child?
What ideas do you have for Planning Work
time Recall Small Group Large Group
Outside
23
Earlier Middle Later
What will my younger (in development) children do with these materials? What will the middle children do? What will the older children?
Support Strategies Support Strategies Support Strategies

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  • NOTE If you cant easily adapt for either
    group, your activity probably isnt Active
    Learning !!!

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Making My Own Planning Meaningful
  • Planning Form
  • Action Plan
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