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FOOD AND DRINKS

Authors
Name(s):

Gler DEMR
Rukiye DERMENC
Ebru GNE
Songl NURAY

Unit Content
Course
English
Unit Title
Food and Drinks
Grade Level [ASSURE (Analyze Learners)]
4th Grade
Time
12 lesson hours
Prerequisites [ASSURE (Analyze Learners)]
Numbers
Singular/Plural
There is/ are
Have /Has got
Sequence of the Content
1. Food and Drinks
1.1.Categorizing Meals
2. Countable/Uncountable
3.How much/How many
4. Some/A lot of/ A few .
4.1. Phrases

To teach students the nouns of food


and drinks, we use concept maps
(easely).

Homework
Preparing a menu for their
imaginary restaurant.

To teach students countable and


uncountable nouns, we use
powtoon as a visual presentation
tool.

Homework
Making a poster about
countable and uncountable
nouns

Students will be able to ask


and answer questions about
quantity of food and drinks.

To teach students how much and


how many structure, we use
goanimate, visual presentation
tool.

Homework
Making dialogue

Students will be able to use


quantifiers considering
different sentence forms.
Student will be able to form
offer expressions.

To teach quantifiers, we use


bubl.us, obsurvey

Food and Drinks

Unit

Hour

Students will be able to


distinguish basic words and
phrases about food and
drinks. And they will be able
to categorize meals.
Students will be able to
recognize countable and
uncountable nouns.

Activities

Learning Outcome

Week
1. Week
2. Week
3. Week
4. Week

Month

Unit Plan
Measurement &
Evaluation

Quiz and exam

FIRST WEEK LESSON PLAN


Authors
Name(s):

Gler DEMR
Rukiye DERMENC
Ebru GNE
Songl NURAY

Details
Course
English
Unit Title
Food and Drinks
Grade Level
4th Grade
Time
3 Hours
Content
Learning Outcomes [ASSURE (State Objectives)]
Fourth grade students will be able to recognize and differentiate simple words
and phrases about food and drinks to the degree of 93% when they encounter
them in a context.
Instructional Materials & Media [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media
and Materials)]
Concept map
Learning-Teaching Methods [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media and
Materials)]
Demonstration, games
Teaching Activities [ASSURE (Utilize Technology, Media, and Materials and
Require Learner Participation)]
Teacher will ask them to dramatize and animate using what they have
learned. Teacher wants his/her students to work in groups and prepare a
dialogue about the names of food and drinks and then act it out in front of the

class.
Individual Learning Activities

Group Learning Activities

Drama and Role-Play,

Dramatization, Animation

Summary
By the end of this lesson, our fourth graders will have learned basic food and
drinks names. To increase their vocabulary about the topic, we will use
flashcards and concept map as instructional materials. In this unit, our
techniques will be demonstration, practice and drill and games.
Measurement & Evaluation
Measurement & Assessment
Quiz and exam
Activities for Individual
Performance
Measurement & Assessment
Dialogue
Activities for Group Performance
Homework (optional)
Preparing a menu about meals

SECOND WEEK LESSON PLAN


Authors
Name(s):

Gler DEMR
Rukiye DERMENC
Ebru GNE
Songl NURAY

Course
English
Unit Title
Food and Drinks
Grade Level
4th Grade
Time
3 Hours
Content
Learning Outcomes [ASSURE (State Objectives)]
Fourth grade students will be able to differentiate countable and uncountable
nouns at the degree of 85% while using them in a context.
Instructional Materials & Media [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media
and Materials)]
Presentation (powtoon)
Learning-Teaching Methods [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media and
Materials)]
Presentation, cooperative learning
Teaching Activities [ASSURE (Utilize Technology, Media, and Materials and
Require Learner Participation)]
Teacher will ask students question about countable and uncountable nouns to
each other.
Individual Learning Activities

Group Learning Activities

Pair-work

Summary
By the end of this lesson, our fourth graders will have learned the difference
between countable and uncountable nouns. By using a powtoon presentation,
they will be provided with some information about the topic.
Measurement & Evaluation
Measurement & Assessment
Quiz and exam
Activities for Individual
Performance
Measurement & Assessment
Dialogue
Activities for Group Performance
Homework (optional)
Making a poster about countable and
uncountable nouns

THIRD WEEK LESSON PLAN

Authors
Name(s):

Gler DEMR
Rukiye DERMENC
Ebru GNE
Songl NURAY

Details
Course
English
Unit Title
Food and Drinks
Grade Level
4th Grade
Time
3 Hours
Content
Learning Outcomes [ASSURE (State Objectives)]
Fourth grade students will be able to ask and answer questions about quantity
of food and drinks with at least degree of 70% when they need.
Instructional Materials & Media [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media
and Materials)]
Video tool (goanimate)
Learning-Teaching Methods [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media and
Materials)]
Visual and auditory learning
Teaching Activities [ASSURE (Utilize Technology, Media, and Materials and
Require Learner Participation)]
Teacher will ask students question about the quantity of food and drinks to
others.
Individual Learning Activities

Group Learning Activities

Dialogue, Question and answer

Summary
By the end of this lesson, our fourth graders will have learned to ask quantity
of food and drinks. They will be presented new question forms by using a
goanimate. The main technique that we will apply in this lesson is questionanswer to provide the students to be able to ask and answer.
Measurement & Evaluation
Measurement & Assessment
Activities for Individual
Performance
Measurement & Assessment
Activities for Group Performance
Homework (optional)

Quiz and exam


Dialogue
Making mini conversation

FOURTH WEEK LESSON PLAN


Authors
Name(s):

Gler DEMR
Rukiye DERMENC
Ebru GNE
Songl NURAY

Details
Course
English
Unit Title
Food and Drinks
Grade Level
4th Grade
Time
3 Hours
Content
Learning Outcomes [ASSURE (State Objectives)]
Fourth grade students will be able to use quantifiers considering different
sentence forms. Students will be able to communicate when they order
anything in a caf or a restaurant at the degree of 75%.
Instructional Materials & Media [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media
and Materials)]
Pictochart, obsurvey (review quiz).
Learning-Teaching Methods [ASSURE (Select Strategies, Technology, Media and
Materials)]
Visual Learning, games
Teaching Activities [ASSURE (Utilize Technology, Media, and Materials and
Require Learner Participation)]
Teacher will want them to prepare flashcards what they learned about
quantifiers.
Individual Learning Activities

Flashcards, Survey

Group Learning Activities

Summary
By the end of this lesson, our students will have been able to use quantifiers
considering whether they are countable or not, and in communication they will
be able to use them to order food and drinks. To illustrate these, they will
prepare flashcards. In addition, at the end of class, the teacher will use survey
to evaluate their knowledge and the students will be asked to fill out.
Measurement & Evaluation
Measurement & Assessment
Quiz and exam
Activities for Individual
Performance
Measurement & Assessment
Activities for Group Performance
Homework (optional)
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REFLECTION
We chose this topic "Food and Drinks" because it is a basic topic that should be
known. After 4th grade students have learned this topic, they will be able to
categorize food and drinks. They will differentiate uncountable nouns from countable
nouns. They can ask questions by using "How many/ How much/ Is there/ Are there.
They will have enough information about quantifiers.
We have difficulty in the first step of ASSURE model, analyzing learners, because
we do not have real students, so we do not know their previous knowledge about the
topic.
We arrange many activities such as; question-answer, group-work, making a
flashcard and so on to reinforce subjects. Thanks to these activities, students can use
their information in daily life. For instance, they will be able to communicate when
they need to order something in a canteen or at a restaurant. In conclusion, activities
are appropriate and useful for meeting the learning outcomes.
While we are covering the unit and preparing lesson plans, we take ASSURE model
into consideration. First of all, we pay attention to background knowledge and abilities
of students. In order to learn this topic, they have to know previous topics. To cover
this topic, we think that 12 hours is enough and appropriate process.
According to ASSURE model, firstly we analyze learners to determine their learning
styles because every student has different learning types from one another. Therefore,
we try to use audio, visual, text, media literacy as much as possible. Then, we state
standards and learning objectives. While we are discussing objectives, we use the
ABCD (Audience, Behavior, Condition and Degree) model of writing objectives. We
write objectives according to students' knowledge level and their ages.
After we have analyzed our learners and stated the standards and objectives, we
determined the strategies, technology, media and materials in such a way that they
can be useful for the students. We choose concept maps in order to introduce the
topics that we will cover in the classroom to the students; visual presentations to
make the topic more understandable; animations to make the lesson interesting and
enjoyable and we prepare a survey for evaluation of the students progress.
Our instructional activities are based on presentations, games, listening activities,
drill and practice. We try to use an eclectic approach including the examples of TPR
and natural approach. We think that these learning theories are the most appropriate
ones for our topic because these theories aim to create a stress-free environment for
learning and students are more active.
Then we planned to utilize these media, methods and instructions. We use these
media, method and instructions to reinforce and practice the topic, and to evaluate
the learners. We also use media to make the lesson enjoyable.
We encouraged them to be active in lesson by providing activities such as group
exercises, games, dialogues and hand-on activities. We try to use Web 2.0 tools to
make the lesson understandable, interesting, effective and to increase students'
participation.

As the last step of ASSURE model, after implementing of the lesson, we try to
evaluate whether students have improved their whole learning process or not.
Therefore, we prepare a quiz which includes multiple choices questions. We also
evaluate the students according to their homework and participation by giving
feedback.

Links:
http://www.easel.ly/create/?
id=https://s3.amazonaws.com/easel.ly/all_easels/607276/FOODANDDRINKS&key=pri
https://www.powtoon.com/show/fgNI4s87AhB/countable-and-uncountable-nouns/#/
http://goanimate.com/videos/0A995BpLBFdw
https://bubbl.us/mindmap?h=251ab0/4d1006/24vyAg5hqpfqs
https://secure.obsurvey.com/obsurvey.aspx#f=2viewSurvey_45253

CEIT 319 PROJECT EVALUATION RUBRIC


PROJECT PARTS
Unit Plan

CRITERIA

a. Unit
Content

Required: Unit is appropriate and it is for English course.

b. Unit Plan
Template

PTS
20
pts

1. Learners Prerequisite information is provided


2. Content sequence is logical
Required: Unit is at least for 3 weeks.

1
1

1.

2.
3.
4.

The distribution of the unit content to the weeks is


appropriate considering the learner characteristics.
At least one Learning Outcomes for each lesson. They are
formed based on ABCD.
Activities are appropriate and useful for meeting the
learning outcomes.
Measurement and Evaluation activities are appropriate and
useful for checking whether the students meet the learning
outcomes or not.

4
9
4

Lesson Plan
(LP)

Total of

25
pts

a. Content

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

b. Measureme
nt and
Evaluation
c.

Implementa
tion and
Back-up
plans

1.

2.

Either one detailed lesson plan or 3 (or more) lesson


plans utilizing different Web 2.0 tools
Formed by ABCD, appropriate learning outcome, which can
be measured
Instructional materials are appropriate and useful for
meeting the learning outcomes.
Learning teaching methods are appropriate and useful for
meeting the learning outcomes.
Teaching/learning activities are well described, logical,
informative.
Summary of the lesson is provided.
There is at least one measurement and assessment activity
(individual or group). The method of the activity is suitable
for measuring the learning outcome.
Detailed information about how a teacher will implement
this lesson, how the lesson will flow, what are the
preparation considerations teacher should take into
account.
Back-up plan

(1,3 for each LP if


there are 3 LPs)
(1 for each if there
are 3 LPs)
(1 for each if there
are 3 LPs)
(3 for each if there
are 3 LPs)
Total of
(Give 3 pts if there
are measurement
and assessment
activities for at least
1 LPs)
(1 for each if there
are 3 LPs)

(Give 1 pts if there is


at least 1 back-up
plan within the LPs)

Reflection
Report
The report includes adequate information about all 9 questions
in the guideline for reflection report.

Each answer is 1 pt.


Overall reflection
quality/Coherence/Or
ganization

Materials and
Assessment
Tools

3
9
1
3

12
pts
9
3
43
pts

1. Prezi/PowToon: One presentation for your lesson using


Prezi/PowToon

2. bubbl.us/Spicynodes/Popplet: One concept map

3.
4.

showing the outline and major parts of the Prezi


presentation for your lesson using bubbl.us, Spicynodes
or Popplet (or you can fashion a concept map as an inclass activity)
One interactive magazine using Themeefy or (one
infographic using easel.ly /pictochart and 5 or more
flashcards using studyblue.com)
Goanimate: One video using Goanimate or Stupeflix.

5. One online survey of 10-12 questions for student

assessment (exam, pop quiz, etc.) using Obsurvey,


Google Forms, Zoomerang, Questionform, Survs,
Quibblo, etc. (we will provide you with alternatives
later, if needed).

6. One Website/Blog: One website to publish your project

Deadline

as a whole on the Internet for sharing these materials with


others using Weebly or METU Blog or Schoology, etc. (or
you can share it with http://ge.tt/ ).
Not meeting the deadline for the project
submission will result in:

Appropriateness/
Usefulness for the
lesson
Appropriateness/
Usefulness for the
lesson

Appropriateness/
Usefulness for the
lesson
Appropriateness/
Usefulness for the
lesson
Appropriateness/
Usefulness for the
lesson. At least 10
questions measuring
the students
learning
The materials are
shared with Dropbox
or with Blog

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