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Plan for Students’ Learning Planner’s Name: Megan Dennen Topic: Read Aloud Title of Lesson: Counting Crocodiles Grade Level: Preschool Academic Standards for Lesson 2.1 PK.A.1 Know number names and the count sequence. 2.1 PK.A.2 Count to tell the number of objects. 2.1 PK.A.3 Compare numbers. Essential Question Why is important to know about numbers and their order? Objectives (as many as needed for the lesson, usually no more than three): Obje
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  Plan for Students’ LearningPlanner’s Name: Megan Dennen Topic: Read Aloud Title of Lesson: Counting Crocodiles Grade Level: Preschool Academic Standards for Lesson2.1 PK.A.1  Know number names and the count sequence. 2.1 PK.A.2  Count to tell the number of objects. 2.1 PK.A.  Compare numbers. !ssential uestion Why s mportant to !now about numbers and ther order #$%ectives &as man' as needed for t(e lesson) usuall' no moret(an t(ree*:#$%ective 1:  #tudents wll be able to demonstrate ther !nowledge of thenumber sequence from $%$& by countng out loud n unson and formngther own classroom number lne. Learning Activities+ntroduction,Activation Strateg' ' ()e the students a bref o)er)ew of what the boo! s about* dscuss the names of the author and llustrator* and what the words +author, and +llustrator, mean. -oca$ular' ' Dscuss words found n the story that the chldren may ha)e ne)er heard before. ()e a bref de-nton and show a pcture that represents each word. #tudents wll dentfy the new )ocabulary words and recogne them when they hear them n conte/t. -oca$ular' Teac(ing Strateg': #how the students the wrtten words along wth ther correspondng pctures and a bref descrpton so the students can ma!e the connecton to learn the new words. -#A/0LA  ' )cous* suspcous* ca)ortng* scurred +nstructional Strategies,Learning Tas3s ' Guided Practice) (ec3ing for 0nderstanding) and uestioning Strategies: /!4#! !A5+NG ã As! the students where they ha)e seen numbers outsde the classroom. Where are some places that you have seen numbers being used outside of this classroom? (ex. prices of food or gas,  temperature – hot or cold, dates, times) ã As! the students why !nowng about numbers and the number sequence s so mportant. Does anybody no! !hy it is important to no! about numbers and the order they go in? (ex. to tell people ho! old you are, to no! ho! much money you need to buy something) 50+NG !A5+NG ã After readng* +. . . carry bac! a stac! of sweet bananas from that tree, as! the students* ho! do you thin the money !ill get across the sea to get to the other island? ã 01CA2 3 0cous 4p.56. Remnd students of the de-nton for ths word. ã 01CA2 3 #uspcous 4p.76 Remnd students of the de-nton for ths word. ã After readng* +Wll you count us please , the boo! starts numberng crocodles. 8a)e the students as a class count the number of crocodles on each page. ã After readng* +#/ crocs wth pn! mohaw!s, as! the students* !hat number comes after six? ã 01CA2 3 Ca)ortng 4p.956 Remnd students of the de-nton for ths word. ã After readng* +: need to count you one more tme, ha)e the studentsput up ten -ngers* then put one -nger down each number you count down startng at ten* so ther -ngers that are up represent the number of crocodles sad. ã 01CA2 3 #curred 4p.;<6 Remnd students of the de-nton for ths word. A4T! !A5+NG ã As! the students what they thought about ths boo!* f they l!ed t ordsl!ed t* and why they l!ed t or dsl!ed t. As! the students* did  you learn anything ne! about numbers? losure ' #tudents wll complete the crocodle number lne act)ty. 5i6erentiation: Content* Process* or ProductProduct 3 #tudents who need e/tra support wth puttng numbers $%$& n order forwards and bac!wards to form the crocodle number lne can as! for help from a student who s more s!lled n ths area. Assessment: 4ormative or Summative4ormative Assessment &process*: =ormat)e assessment s carred out throughout the read aloud when teacher as!s students to count out loud.  4ormative Assessment &product*: 2.1 PK.A.1  Know number names and the count sequence.   #tudents wll complete>color one number page of the crocodle number lne.   #tudents wll then put the numbers n order 4one number lne forwards and one number lne bac!wards6 wthout teacher help. u$ric,(ec3list ' ?>A 7aterials,esources,Tec(nolog' $.Materals students wll need' Colored pencls* a number of the crocodle number lne9.Materals teachers wll need' Counting Crocodiles * )ocab word papers;.@eachers preparaton for the lesson' #ee Bearnng Act)tes. e8ection &responses regarding strengt(s) areas needing improvement for ne9t time) and ideas for follo;up*
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