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Lesson Plans

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Lesson Plans

 

 

Below you will find technology lesson plans, organized by academic level. It is our goal to continue to integrate technology into the classroom in efforts to produce productive and fruitful citizens readily equipped with 21st century skills. Instructions: Teams and individuals will post their Multiliteracies Instructional Plans here. Those can be created by adding a new PBWorks page and using that page to describe the lesson.

 

 

 

 

Elementary School Lesson Plans

 

Web Quest - This web quest is best suitable for students in grades 4th -6th. This web quest was designed to introduce students to the topic of the aquatic ecosystem. It gives students the basic introduction of the different inhabitants of this environment, but also allows them to have fun “exploring” while learning! The Web Quest was created using Microsoft PowerPoint, but also requires students to conduct their own research online via the search engine Google Junior. (This Web Quest lesson was created by Audrey Remkus) 

 

Three Regions of NC Project- This project allows fourth grade students to explore and learn about the three regions of North Carolina by collaborating with students across the state. 

 

Historical Figures Webquest- This project is part of a mini unit that is teaching 2nd graders the difference in historical figures and famous people. In this project, students will be learning about historical figures and then taking the information they have learned and turn it into a Prezi. This mini unit is designed to meet the Common Core Standards for 2nd grade Social Studies. (This webquest was created by Chris Peake and Lauren Robbins)

 

 

 

Middle School Lesson Plans

 

Fakebook - The purpose of this activity is for students in 6-8th grade to present their understanding of a multitude of lessons, and to express their views and ideas on what they are learning, or have learned. Fakebook could be used across different curriculum areas and in our link you will find ideas for how to do that. You will also find a sample Language Arts lesson that includes a rubric.  (This lesson was prepared by Jessica Hanes and Stephanie Newbrough.)  

 

Budget Wequest - This webquest is appropriate for middle grades students, specifically 7th grade. It navigates students through the process of creating a balanced budget. They pick a profession based on their current math grade, calculate taxes (as a percent of their income), decide on housing accommodations and transportation, and estimate utilities and living expenses. The webquest has various links embedded to help guide students through the budgeting process - I have provided several more to supplement. (This lesson was created by Lorna Musick).

 

Scatter Plot Two-way Tables Google Forms -This activity is intended for students in 8th grade mathematics. Students are given the opportunity to create surveys with topics that interest them. They will get experience with using google forms while reinforcing their knowledge on scatter plots and two way tables. By letting students create their own form it will give them the opportunity to become engaged in the lesson. (This lesson was created by Nicole Kurzel).

 

Survey Project - 

This project will demonstrate student’s understanding of fractions, decimals and percents as well as surveys.  Students will develop and conduct a survey, then analyze the data and use it to create a graphic display.  Finally they will draw conclusions about the results of the survey and create a final presentation.  In addition to learning about surveys & employing your math skills with fractions, decimals and percents, students will be implementing technology in every step of this project.  They will create their own website for their survey, create and conduct the survey online, use online tools to analyze and display the data, and finally create a finished product with conclusions from your survey that will be posted on their project website.  The main link goes to my instructional plan.  Here is a link to the student website I created for this project:  WEEBLY PAGE

(This lesson was created by Deidra Colclough).

  

High School Lesson Plans

 

Frankenstein WebQuest - This WebQuest is geared towards high school aged students who are already a little more experienced with researching the internet and working with different platform mediums. While this specific Lesson Plan is for the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, it can be altered to be used with any novel.  Students will work in groups to research different elements of the novel and will use google docs to store their research.  Their final product will be a compilation of their research on an electronic presentation of their choice (prezi, iMovie, powerpoint, etc).

 

What's Your Reaction??-This activity is appropriate for high school students.  Students will be working in groups to present the five types of chemical reactions--synthesis, combustion, single replacement, double replacement, and decomposition.  Each reaction will need to include examples and describe the players (reactants and products) involved.  Their final product will be electronically presented in the form of a Prezi, Flip book (Flip Snack), Voki, or other digital media with teacher approval.

The following link provides a step-by-step plan of the chemical reactions lesson:

Chem_Multiliteracies.docx

 

 

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