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6/12/2013

Early Childhood Education


Learning Experience Plan

Name: Kalie Schafer and Lisa Hamilton Lesson Title: Life and Purpose of Plants
Date: March 2, 2017 Grade Level: Preschool Circle one: ECE PKSN
Standard(s)/Guideline(s): Science Inquiry and Application- Make careful observations.
Science Inquiry and Application- Pose questions about the physical and natural environment.
Pre-assessment of current knowledge: Ask the students what they know about plants and different types of plants.

Instructional Objectives (1-2) Assessment of Student Learning Learning Experience

One/Two Assessed Instructional Identify Evidence: (What will you collect or record as data Academic Language:
Objective(s): to demonstrate students have met your objective(s) and Plants, roots, seeds, seedlings.
-The student will be able to identify skill?)
that all plants are different. We will collect the journals that the students will complete Procedural steps:
after the lesson. This will tell us if the students observed -First, we will show a video about plants to the students to
-The students will be able to and understood the differences between plants and how engage their interest.
discuss how plants grow. they grow that were taught in the lesson. -Then we will ask the students what they know about plants.
-The students will then explore by observing the two different
plants that are in the classroom, and discuss how they are
alike and different.
-We will explain how the plants are different and their different
functions. We will also talk about how they grow.
-To expand on their knowledge, we will read the book Rooting
for You by Matthew Cordell.
-We will evaluate the students learning by having them write
or draw some of the concepts they learned in their plant
journals. that talks about different plants and how they grow.
One Assessed Developmental
Skill:
Can the students make careful
observations relating to the Program Monitoring: (How will you aggregate or compile
differences between plants and your evidence into a class or group view?)
how they grow? (Cognitive) We will use a checklist that has the standards that were Authentic Materials: (Describe authentic real life, hands-on
taught on it. We will check off the standards as the students materials.)
meet them. This will help us understand if the students There are two different types of plants in the classroom as
grasped the concepts in the lesson and what we may need well as plants that are currently growing that we will have the
to go over again. students explore.

Safety Considerations: Adult Roles:


-Make sure the students dont eat -Supervise the students to make sure they are staying safe.
the plants. -Observe the students and how they are processing the
-Make sure none of the students lesson.
are allergic to the plants.
6/12/2013
Early Childhood Education
Learning Experience Plan

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Reflection: (What have you learned about your students? How will this inform future instruction?)
Last week, Lisa and I taught our hook lesson on plants. We split the students into two groups to teach the lesson. The students really enjoyed the
lesson and were engaged in the activities we did. Instead of doing the worksheet at the end, we had students draw in their plant journals and had them
tell us what kind of plant they drew. We also asked the students questions after we taught the lesson to reflect and make sure they had a good
understanding of the lesson. Overall the lesson went well! The only thing we would change would be splitting the student up into 3 groups instead of
2 to help them focus a little more. This experience taught us that the students have a good, basic understanding of plants, their characteristics, and
what they need to grow. We learned this by doing our experience with the plants in the classroom and asking the students questions at the beginning
to connect with their prior knowledge. This information will inform future instruction because we wont have to cover the basics as much in our
future lessons and do a quick review instead.