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Directions: Fill in each part of the App Lesson with your own original ideas.

Please look at the


sample provided on the class website. Provide 3 to 4 apps/steps for students to complete along
with a creative title, helpful description, and relevant SC teaching standards.

 There must be one app per step.


 Android apps can be use as long as all included apps are from the same platform.
 Lessons must cohesively link together 3 to 4 apps going from one focus/step of the lesson
to another.
 Lessons may include direct instruction provided the lecture contents are explained.
 Lessons may utilize web browser apps like Chrome or Safari to access website-based
tools. Link to the website in the write-up and the web browser app in the iTunes web link
area.
 The final step in lessons must have students create a learning artifact from a creation-
based app (presentation, video, etc.) or screenshot of progress from a skill-based app
that students would submit to the teacher for assessment.

Title: Identifying Animals

Relevant SC Standards:

 1.NSBT.4 Add through 99 using concrete models, drawings, or pictures based on place
values.
 K.L.2A.3 Develop and use models to exemplify how animals use their body parts and
other resources to move place to place and thrive.
 K.L.2A.5 Construct explanations from observations of what animals need to survive and
grow.

Description: This app lesson will develop first grade students’ understanding on
jungle animals and be able to separate them from other types of animals. They will also
learn to determine which sound each specific animal makes and what they use the noise
for.

Instructional Objective: Students will be able to...


 Identify each of the animals individually.
 Identify the specific noise each jungle animal makes.
 Count the amount of animals they have learned.

Step 1 Content-Based or Skill-Based App: Students will use the Photo Collage Maker
app on their iPads to reviews the animals they will be working with. The collage prompt
them to select each animal they will be learning about (jungle animals) in order to
separate them from other animals. This creates a collage strictly of jungle animals so
students can see the animals they will be working with.

[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-collage-maker-creator/id774780132?mt=8 ]

Step 2 Content-Based or Skill-Based App: Students will use the Jungle Learning –
Animal Jam app to take them through the various animals in the jungle including lion,
tiger, elephant, cheetah, monkey, and many more. The app allows students to explore
the jungle on their own and learn the animals sound by clicking on the specific animal
they want to hear.

[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jungle-learning-animal-jam/id1331029458?mt=8 ]

Step 3 Creation-Based (Learning Artifact) or Skill-Based App (Screenshot of


Progress): Students will go to the Chrome app and paste in a URL for Animal in the
Jungle: Find & Count here they will go through and name all of the animals they learned
previously and count the amount that they have learned as well.

[https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/google-chrome/id535886823?mt=8 ]

By: Amber Towers