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LESSON PLAN

KimberlyWilson
TAJodiSmith
Date: November 26, 2014
GLO from Alberta Program of Studies:

SUBJECT AND GRADE:

Science Grade 3

Unit of Study: Hearing and Sound


Lesson Name: Intro
Lesson Length: 50 min

3-1 Investigate the nature of things,


demonstrating purposeful action that leads to
observations and inferences.
SLO from Alberta Program of Studies:
Explore and Investigate
Identify, with guidance, procedures to be
followed in finding answers to given questions
Reflect and Interpret
State an inference, based on observations
Identify new questions that arise from the
investigation
Purpose

Introducation
Sharing Purpose/Objectives
Input
Modelling
Check for Understanding
Guided Practice
Independent Practice
Closure

----------------------------------------------------------------Key Questions:
What do you already know about hearing and
sound?
What Do you want to know about hearing and
sound?

Learning Objectives:
Students will
Discover their new unit
Think critically about what they already know and
what they want to know

Assessment:

Diagnostic

Formative

Observation
Anecdotal notes
Interview
Inventories/surveys
Test/quiz
questionnaires
KWL
Worksheet

observation
Anecdotal
notes
Work
samples
Test/quiz
Checklist
Conference
Peerassessment
Selfassessment
Worksheet

Summative

Portfolios
Unit test
Self-assessment
Peer-assessment
Final reflection
Speeches
Projects
Presentations
Reports, oral/written

Materials/Resources:
KWL sheet (in new science booklets)
6 Photo copies of Hearing and sound work sheets on different coloured card stock cut into 10
different pieces each to make a puzzle
1 card stock piece of each colour (plain) (this is home base)
2 pieces of large construction paper
Marker

Prior to Lesson:
Tape all the different puzzle pieces around the room.
Create teams
At the top of one poster write What we already know about hearing and sound
At the top of the other poster write What we would like to learn about hearing and sound\
Time:
Min.

Introduction:

3 min

On Monday you all wrote your animal unit test. So that means that we are moving on to our next unit. We will be doing a
little activity to figure out what it is. If you already know, that is ok, just keep it to yourself. You can still help your team
figure out what it is!

Groupings:
Whole class

Time:
20 Min.

Groupings:
6 groups
(2 groups of 4
and 4 groups
of 3 if
everyone is
here)

Time:
20min

Lesson:
Tell student we will not begin until all the instructions are out and everyones questions are
answered.
Students will be divided into 6 teams. They are all ninjas! What are ninjas known for? Being silent
as they move around! So you are not allowed to talk while you are out searching for your piece.
The only time that you are able to talk is when everyone is your has a hand on your home base
(your coloured piece of paper.)
One at a time someone will go out from your group to collect a single puzzle piece from around the
room that matches your home base colour. Your objective is to get all 10 of your puzzle pieces
and fit them together to create the tittle page of what your new unit will be.
Ask students to repeat instructions back. Write rules on the board.
1. Only one ninja from each team out a time
2. Ninjas may only grab one puzzle piece at a time and it must be their colour
3. Ninjas can only talk when all of their teams hands are on home base at the same time.
Ask students to help you come up with the consequences if they broke any of the rules.

Groupings:
Whole class

Hand out new science booklet that has the KWL chart in it. Ask student if they know what a KWL
chart is? Well we will be filling out 2 portions of the chart now and 1 at the end of the unit.
Bring up the first poster (what we already know). Ask the students what they already know about
hearing and sound and write the ideas down on the poster. Have the students write down the
same ideas on to their K portion of the KWL sheet.
Repeat process for what we want to know.
Time:
Min.
7
Groupings:
Class/
Individual

Reflection:

Extension / Wrap-up:
Once students are done writing, they may put the whole booklet in their science duotangs.
Remind students that we will be writing the L at the end of the unit since it represents what we
have learned.