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Early Childhood Education Learning Experience Plan Name: Quinn Dabrowski and Mary Jehling Lesson Title: Melt that ice! Date: March ! 201 Grade Level:"re#$ Circle one: ECE Standard(s !Guideline(s : Do%ain: &ogniti'e De'elo(%ent and )eneral $nowledge *ub#Do%ain: *cience *trand: *cience +n,uiry and -((lication .o(ic: +n,uiry *tandard: /ngage in si%(le in'estigations Do%ain: 0anguage and 0iteracy De'elo(%ent *trand: 0istening and *(eaking .o(ic: /1(ressi'e 0anguage *tandard: 2se language to co%%unicate in a 'ariety o3 ways with others to share obser'ations! ideas and e1(eriences4 (roble% sol'e! reason! (redict and seek new in3or%ation Pre"assessment o# current $no%ledge: $indergarten entry check list! and obser'ational notes about children5s5 interest were taken6 -lso this is a hook lesson in order to gain knowledge o3 what students already know6 &nstructional '()ectives (*"+ 'ne!T%o ,ssessed &nstructional '()ective(s7: .he student will be able to666 .he students will be able to! while e1(loring ice cubes! use language to co%%unicate obser'ations and ideas6 .he students will be able to engage in the in'estigation by using their hands to %elt the ice and obtain the ob8ects6 'ne ,ssessed Developmental S$ill: ,ssessment o# Student Learning &denti#y Evidence: :;hat will you collect or record as data to de%onstrate students ha'e %et your ob8ecti'e:s7 and skill<7 ;hile students are e1(loring the in'estigation! teachers will take (hotos o3 student5s e1(eriences6 -lso! teachers will take notes on written language sa%(les or ,uotes that were said by the students6 Learning Experience ,cademic Language: Melting *olid 0i,uid .e%(erature &hanging states/(hases Procedural steps: =e3ore the lesson is taught! 3ree>e 'arious ob8ects : i6e6 beads! (a(er cli(s! (enny! bottle ca(s7 in ice trays6 +n s%all grou( settings! gi'e each child an ice cube and ask the% to obtain the ob8ect 3ro% the ice6 -sk ,uestions such as: ;hat can you do to get the ob8ect out o3 the ice< ;hat is ha((ening to the ice< 9ow do your hands 3eel< ;hy are your hands wet< +s the toy changing at all< ;hat %akes the ice cube %elt< During e1(loration! take (ictures and language sa%(les o3 the children6 -t the end o3 the lesson! clean u( and ha'e a whole class %eeting6 During this ti%e! ha'e students recall what ha((ened during the in'estigation6 /1(lain the conce(t o3 %elting6 9a'e students %ake (ersonal connections and share ob8ects they ha'e seen %elt! other than ice6 ,uthentic -aterials: :Describe authentic real li3e! hands#on %aterials67 +ce cubes with 'arious ob8ects 3ro>en in the% that can be 3ound around the house or classroo%6 .hese ob8ects do not need to be bought but si%(ly use ob8ects that can be

Program -onitoring: :9ow will you aggregate or co%(ile your e'idence into a class or grou( 'iew<7 -ll notes and (ictures will be co%(iled in the whole class aggregation sheet that dis(lays the student5s strengths and weaknesses which is used 3or instructional decisions6

Sa#ety Considerations: &hildren are working with ice and hands %ay be cold6 9a'e (a(er towels on hand 3or children to use6

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Early Childhood Education Learning Experience Plan recycled and reused again6 ,dult .oles: -t each s%all grou( table there needs to be a teacher to hel( guide the in'estigation and ask ,uestions to 3urther the e1(loration6 +3 other adults are in the roo%! they are to take (ictures and language sa%(les o3 the students6

.esources / .e#erences: ?hio /arly 0earning and De'elo(%ent *tandards First Science Encyclopedia by: D$ "ublishing The Usborne Internet-Linked First Encyclopedia of Science by: @achel Airth .e#lection: (;hat ha'e you learned about your students< 9ow will this in3or% 3uture instruction<7