|Long-term plan unit:5 Travel||School:|
|CLASS: 2||Number present:||absent:|
|Theme of the lesson:Types of vehicle|
|Learning objectives(s) that this lesson is contributing to||2.R3recognise and identify some familiar sight words from local environment
2.S4respond to basic supported questions about people, objects
2.L1recognise short basic instructions for a limited range of classroom routines spoken slowly and distinctly
|Lesson objectives||Learners will be able to:
|· recognize, matchwords and pictures
· answer the questions
· discuss different modes of transportation
· create one or more transportation artifacts
|Success criteria||Learners have met this learning objective 2.R3, if they identify 8-10 familiar words of transportation|
|Value links||Labor and creativity|
|Cross curricular links||The world around us, Handicraft|
|ICT skills||Smart board|
|Previous learning||Transportation words|
|Planned timings||Planned activities (replace the notes below with your planned activities)||Resources|
Teacher: Good morning!
How are you?
Learners answer the question How are you?, looking at the picture.
Have learners consider what life would be like without cars or trucks. What if we travelled by riding animals? Not just any animals: elephants, zebras, tigers, ducks etc. Learners can draw or paint their ideas on paper.
Teacher introduces new vocabulary using flashcards
Teacher: What’s this?
Learners: It’s a ship.
water, air, land, boats, cars, automobiles, ships, sailing, walking, movement, bicycle, sled, canoe, airplane, truck, school bus, skateboard, skates, airport, vehicles, driver, pilot, captain, traffic light, horn, windshield wipers, safety belts, steering wheel, trains, fuel, gas, tires, dump truck, pick-up truck, station-wagon, sports car, garage, tractors
1. Learners watch video that shows different forms of transportation.
2. Teacher gives ideas to discuss different modes of transportation on land, sea and in the air.
Ø Talk about how people get to where they are going (school bus, ferry boat, car etc.)
Ø Have you ever been on a plane … a train … a horse … etc.?
Ø How can learners get to school every day?
Ø How do kids in other countries travel?
Ø Do you know safety rules (seatbelts in cars, obeying traffic signals, walk and don’t walk signs)?
Ø How products are delivered … couriers with trucks, airplanes etc.
Ø How does the mail travel?
Alternative: Incorporate field trips wherever possible. Take a trip on a school bus, walk around the school parking lot to look at cars, visit the airport, bus station or train station.
Bulletin board activity: Learners collect images of different types of transportation and add them to a bulletin board that has been divided into Land, Sea and Air.
Transportation mural: Learners work together to create a transportation mural (one for land, one for sea and one for air).
Sound pictures: What sounds do the various modes of transportation make? (train whistle, truck horn, police car siren) How would these sounds appear if we were to draw them? Teacher provides crayons and paper for learners to experiment with the colours and shapes of transportation sounds.
Toy car printmaking: Using old toy cars and tempera paint, teacher allows learners to dip the cars into paint and «drive» them across paper to see what kinds of marks the tires make.
License plate rubbings: Using old license plates (or plate on cars in the parking lot) teacher allows students to do rubbings of the plates. Provides paper and crayons for the rubbings.
Shape vehicles: See how many types of transportation vehicles can be created using the basic geometric shapes (triangles, squares, circles, rectangles). Learners cut their shapes out of construction paper and arrange them to create vehicles.
Paper boat: Learners make paper boats using the directions found HERE. Decorate them with bright crayon colours.
Paper airplanes: Learners make paper airplanes using the directions found HERE. Decorate them with bright crayon colours.
After discussing how people and products get from place to place, learners create drawings and paintings of various modes of transportation on thick paper. The pictures can be painted or decorated with markers or crayons. Once complete, the pictures can be cut out and put together in a mobile … by punching holes in the pictures and hanging them from a coat hanger that has been wrapped with yarn or raffia.
Differentiation: Learners write facts on the back of each of their modes of transportation. (i.e. trucks deliver newspapers; people travel on airplanes etc.)
|Song “What’s This?”
https://www.youtube. com/watch?v= TARreOtrWUg
Modes of Transport for kids video
https://www.youtube. com/watch?v= BZf6frPNrhg
Well what did we do at our lesson?
— Evaluation of the lesson
Give the home task: Learn new words.
Children sing a Good bye song
|Good bye song
https://www.youtube. com/watch?v= Xcws7UWWDEs
|Differentiation – how do you plan to give more support? How do you plan to challenge the more able learners?||Assessment – how are you planning to check learners’ learning?||
Health and safety check
|· More support will be given to weaker learners by giving them a modified worksheets in some tasks with greater support||· Through formative assessment
· Through observation of the stage of revision
|· Health promoting techniques
· Breaks and physical activities used.
· Points from Safety rules used at this lesson.
· Use video 10 minutes
Were the lesson objectives/learning objectives realistic?
What did the learners learn today?
What was the learning atmosphere like?
Did my planned differentiation work well?
Did I stick to timings? What changes did I make from my plan and why?
|Use the space below to reflect on your lesson. Answer the most relevant questions from the box on the left about your lesson.|
What two things went really well (consider both teaching and learning)?
What two things would have improved the lesson (consider both teaching and learning)?
What have I learned from this lesson about the class or individuals that will inform my next lesson?