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Developmental Lesson Plan

Teacher Candidate: Rebecca Bernfeld Date: January 15th

Group Size: 20 Allotted Time 30 Minutes Grade Level 2nd Grade

Subject or Topic: Anatomy of the Ear

Common Core/PA Standard(s):


10.1.2.B.1 Identify and describe functions of major body organs and systems

Learning Targets/Objectives:
The second-grade students will be able to name the different parts of the ear with 80%
accuracy.

Assessment Approaches: Evidence:


1. Thumbs up/ thumbs down 1. Put thumbs up/ put thumbs down
2. Fill in the blank worksheet 2. Fill in 8 blanks on a picture of the ear with
. a word bank.

Assessment Scale: blanks correct
8 6-7 3-5 0-2
Advanced Proficient Basic Below Basic

Subject Matter/Content:
The anatomy of the ear
Prerequisites:
Know what the ear is
Know what we use the ear for
Key Vocabulary:
Ear
Hearing
Outer ear
Auditory/Ear canal
Eardrum
Middle ear
Hammer
Anvil
Stirrup
Oval window
Inner ear
Vestibule
Cochlea
Organ of Corti
Cilia
Nerves
Eustachian tube
Content/Facts:
the ear is made up of three parts: the outer, middle, and inner ear
the outer ear
o the part of the ear we can see
o it includes
ear/auditory canal
it is closed by the eardrum
eardrum
a thin layer of skin that closes the ear canal
the middle ear
o three tiny bones (ossicles)
hammer
anvil
stirrup
o oval window
covered by a membrane
connected to the eardrum by the ossicles
inner ear
o vestibule
opens into the cochlea
filled with fluid
o cochlea
filled with fluid
tiny tube that is curled up to look like a snail shell
o organ of Corti
part of the ear we hear with
named after Alfonso Corti
the man wo first studied it under a microscope
stretched out in the cochlea like a long narrow ribbon
o cilia
tiny hairs on the hearing cells that make up the cochlea
o nerves
connect the hearing cells
o Eustachian tube
A tube that helps you maintain your balance

Introduction/Activating/Launch Strategies:
The teacher will start off by asking the students what they know about the ear
The teacher will then explain that today we will be learning about the different parts
that make up the ear
We will gather on the carpet, where the teacher will read the book Ears are For
Hearing by Paul Showers
o This book discusses the different parts of the ear and how they are used

Development/Teaching Approaches
The students will then go back to their seats and we will discuss the book
The teacher will then go through each part of the ear on a PowerPoint
The teacher will have a fill in the blank notes sheet for the students to fill out as the
teacher is going through the PowerPoint
The PowerPoint will include picture of the different part of the ear and information on
each part of the ear
The teacher will also have them touch their outer ear when we talk about it, since it is
the only part of the ear they can see

Closure/Summarizing Strategies:
We will summarize what we learned today
The students will each fill out the worksheet with the fill in the blank
The students will ask me any questions that they have
The teacher will tell them that tomorrow we will be discussing what each part of the
ear does.

Accommodations/Differentiation:
The teacher will provide the students with fill in the blank notes sheets to use to take
notes throughout the lesson
The teacher will also include a visual of each part of the ear in the PowerPoint so that
the students do not only hear me explaining the parts of the ear, but they also see them
The image on the worksheet will be big so that it is easy to read
The words and images on the PowerPoint will be large so that all my students will be
able to see them

Materials/Resources:
Fill in the blank worksheet with word bank
Guided notes
PowerPoint
Ardley, Neil. Science Book of Senses. Gulliver, 1991.
Cooney, Timothy. Scott Foresman Science. Pearson/Scott Foresman, 2008.
Showers, Paul, and Holly Keller. Ears Are for Hearing. Harper Trophy, 1993.
Simon, Seymour. Eyes and Ears. Harper Collins Publishers, 2003.

Reflective Response:
Report of Student Learning Target/Objectives Proficiency Levels
Remediation Plan (if applicable)

Personal Reflection Questions


Did the students understand the lesson?
Did I keep the students attention?

Additional reflection/thoughts