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Title: Good Morning!


1
Good Morning!
  • Review of Blooms Taxonomy
  • Instructional Activities
  • Writing Objectives
  • Inspiration due tonight at midnight
  • Learning theories
  • Template
  • Word document explaining

2
  • Inspiration
  • Export? word processor
  • Kidspiration
  • Export? GIF

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Using your Blooms sheet
  • 2nd gr Science- Compare and contrast life cycles
    of other animals such as mealworms, ladybugs,
    crickets, guppies or frogs.
  • 3rd Gr ELA- Verify the meaning or accuracy of the
    author's statement(s) by referencing the text or
    other resources.

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Blooms burning questions
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Pushing it farther
  • Direct
  • Lower ? higher
  • Indirect
  • Higher --- Lower simultaneous

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Overview
  • Instructional activities
  • Activities in a lesson that help students learn
  • Learning- an enduring change in behavior
  • Components of a lesson
  • Yelon (1996) named five different types of
    activities
  • Motivation
  • Orientation
  • Information
  • Application (culminating performance)
  • Evaluation

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Instructional Activities
  • Motivation
  • Capture and maintain student interest
  • Orientation
  • Direct students to the lessons goals and future
    goals
  • Information
  • Provides knowledge and skills for students to
    learn
  • Application
  • Provide opportunities for students to apply
    knowledge
  • Evaluation
  • Assess student understanding and provide feedback

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What do these activities look like?
  • Course of study
  • 1.01- Observe and measure how the quantities and
    qualities of nutrients, light, and water in the
    environment affect plant growth.
  • Blooms Taxonomy
  • 3.1 procedure
  • 2.5, 2.6 components
  • 2.3 ??
  • 2.7 cause/effect relationships
  • 6.2 could do an experiment

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Motivation
  • What will you do to gain students attention?
  • At what points in the lesson will it be useful to
    build student motivation?
  • What can you do throughout the lesson to increase
    motivation?

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Motivation
  • Take students outside half in shade, half in
    sun. examine plants and grass
  • Take out book and turn lights out- difference
    reading in light and dark
  • Connect to plants
  • Bean in a bag predict what will happen to bean-
    beans in the window, closet, bean in shade, bean
    in garden
  • Show clip, YouTube video, simulation of plant
    growth
  • Inspiration brainstorming web

12
Types of Instructional Activities
  • Orientation
  • What will you do to help students understand the
    objectives of the lesson?
  • What will you do to link the lesson to previous
    lessons?
  • What will you do to provide smooth transitions
    within the lessons?
  • What will you do to summarize the lesson and link
    it to future lessons?

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Orientation

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Information
  • What major content ideas will you present? In
    what sequence? Using what examples?
  • What will you do to help students understand and
    remember those ideas?
  • What will you do to help students see the
    relationships among the ideas?
  • What will you do to help students understand when
    and why the ideas will be useful?

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Information
  • Discussion focused on key points
  • Measurements, table, graph of plant heights
  • You tube video, simulation
  • Students doing internet research
  • Students describing plants already grown

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Application
  • What will you do to give students opportunities
    to practice using their new knowledge or skill?
  • At what points will you build those opportunities
    into the lesson?
  • How much guidance will you provide and what form
    will that guidance take?
  • What will you do to give students both
    reinforcing and correcting feedback about their
    performance during the practices?

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Application
  • Write a skit showing plant in dark, plant in
    light
  • Brochure on how to grow a plant
  • Split class up, students create and then answer
    questions based on activity, lesson
  • Write in a plant journal about height, growth
  • Include pictures- digital, drawn pictures
  • Inspiration diagram, PPT, website about plant
    growth

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Evaluation
  • What will you do to determine whether students
    have achieved the learning objectives?
  • How will you give students feedback about their
    performance during or after the evaluation?

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Types of Instructional Activities
  • Evaluation

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Benefits of Instructional Plans
  • Congruence
  • Activities should align to each other AND
  • the standards!!
  • In our example is their congruence?
  • Do our activities match our standard?

21
Cases
  • On the course website

22
Instructional Objectives
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Objectives
  • During one lesson
  • According to Mager objectives have three
    components
  • Performance
  • Conditions
  • Criteria

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Performance
  • Observable Indicator
  • Involves inferring
  • How will students demonstrate what they learned?
  • Student Capability
  • Do not focus on the activities, focus on the end
  • Instead focus on
  • What should students learn during the lesson?

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Conditions
  • Circumstances
  • Collaborative learning
  • Independent
  • Tools or resources
  • Calculator
  • Internet
  • Textbook
  • Given an excerpt from a book

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  • In small groups, students will compare plant
    growth for plants grown in light and plants grown
    in dark.
  • Students will independently compare plant growth
    for plants grown in light and plants grown in
    dark.

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Criteria
  • Standard
  • What is the standard of a desired performance
  • What does a correct answer look like?
  • Time
  • Does speed matter?
  • Accuracy
  • With 90 accuracy?
  • Quality
  • Essential characteristics

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  • In small groups, students will compare plant
    growth for plants grown in light and plants grown
    in dark. Students will write four differences.

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Lets Write an Objective
  • 4th grade 6.05 Recognize that money can be used
    for spending, saving and paying taxes.
  • Performance- what are they doing (application
    activity)
  • Conditions- ind, pair, s grp
  • Criteria- benchmark

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Money- spending, saving, taxes
  • P- Students will independently write a reflection
    about creating a business. The reflection should
    include how they spent their money and how they
    would do things differently in the future.
  • Con- fake money to buy items, pay tax to teacher
    ? , have to save money- later!!!

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Money
  • Con- in pairs
  • P- act out spending money, saving, paying taxes
  • Cri- write why the activities are important
  • In pairs, students will write the importance of
    spending, saving and paying taxes. Criteria.

32
Lets Write an Objective
  • 1st grade 4.01 Recognize and describe various
    religious and secular celebrations
  • Students will independently make/create a chart
    including different religious celebrations. On a
    rubric, students will score at least 85.
  • In small groups, students will create a project
    that matches cultures to various celebrations. On
    a rubric, students will score at least 85.

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Lets Write an Objective
  • 2nd grade 1.03 Solve two-digit addition and
    subtraction problems
  • Performance- Students will independently solve
    two-digit addition and subtraction problems.
    Students will answer 9 of 10 correct.

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  • Standard-? Blooms Taxonomy
  • Standard? Blooms ? 3 part objective
  • Resources/lessons
  • Learnnc.org
  • Thinkfinity.org
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