Analyze Two Multicultural Lesson Plans
The Lesson plan from SIOP: Healthy and Unhealthy Foods for Kindergarten Are the objectives aligned with academic standards? I believe they are because this lesson plan is teaching communication skills along with listening, viewing, and presenting. Are the assessments aligned with the objectives? Yes
Is it explicitly clear what the students should know and be able to do by the end of the lesson? Yes they should know the difference between what healthy foods is and what is not. What is the evidence demonstrating mastery of knowledge and/or skills which will support the lesson objectives? Having children show hand signs and expressions to understand healthy and unhealthy. Doing a review the next day. Are the learning experiences relevant to the objectives? Yes Is instruction differentiated? Yes
How will ELL or Special Needs' students benefit from these lessons? They will gain vocabulary meanings of new words. Gain interaction with peers. Name the activities which support learning modalities, gender or cultural groups. Learning about different foods in general. Are there frequent and multiple ways to check for understanding during instruction? Yes. List the strategies to check for understanding. Include other strategies not in the lessons which could be utilized to further check for student understanding. Having the student’s discus with a buddy, having them share their thoughts with the class, reading and reviewing with the students.
EEI lesson plan Cinderella:
Are the objectives aligned with academic standards? Even though this plan does not say what grade level it is for I will still say yes it does. Are the assessments aligned with the objectives? Yes
Is it explicitly clear what the students should know and be able to do by the end of the lesson? No not really it is not specific to what they should or will know. What is the evidence...