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Teacher Education Lesson Plan Template

Teacher: Ashia Brown Date: 19 March 2018

Title of Lesson: Introduction to season Cooperating Teacher: Janette Turner

Core Components
Subject, Content Area, or Topic
Student Population
24 first Grade students
Learning Objectives
I can explain how seasons affect plants, animals, weather, and people

Virginia Essential Knowledge and Skills (SOL)

1.7 The student will investigate and understand weather and seasonal changes. Key concepts
a) changes in temperature, light, and precipitation affect plants and animals, including
b) there are relationships between daily and seasonal changes; and
c) changes in temperature, light, and precipitation can be observed and recorded over

VDOE Technology Standards

English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)

Anchor chart
Smart board
Large thermometer
Class set of thermometers
High Yield Instructional Strategies Used (Marzano, 2001)

Check if Used Strategy Return

✓ Identifying Similarities & Differences 45%
✓ Summarizing & Note Taking 34%
✓ Reinforcing Efforts & Providing Recognition 29%
Homework & Practice 28%
Nonlinguistic Representations 27%
✓ Cooperative Learning 23%
Setting Goals & Providing Feedback 23%
Generating & Testing Hypothesis 23%
Questions, Cues, & Advanced Organizers 22%
McDonald’s Draft (2010). Modified by Kreassig and Gould (2014) for use with student teachers.
Revised August 2015
Check if Used Strategy Return
Teach Others/Immediate Use of Learning 95%
✓ Practice by Doing 75%
Discussion 50%
✓ Demonstration 30%
✓ Audio Visual 20%
Reading 10%
Lecture 05%
Safety (if applicable)

(min.) Process Components
4mins *Anticipatory Set
Display a thermometer and have students tell me what they think it is. Watch BrainPOP Jr. video
called Seasons

1min *State the Objectives (grade-level terms)

We are going to be learning how the seasons affect plants, animals, weather and people. Who
can tell me how many seasons we have? Who can name the four seasons?

10mins *Instructional Input or Procedure

The teacher will explain that a thermometer is a tool used to measure temperature, Temperature
is how hot cold or warm something is. We use thermometers to measure different things, like how
hot or cold your food is, or how hot or cold it is outside. The red stuff you see on the inside of the
thermometer is what we look at to see the temperature. If the red line is really long, then it is
really hot, if it is really short then it is probably cold.
7mins *Modeling
Teacher will model how to a thermometer works and how to read a thermometer using a
thermometer manipulative. The teacher will explain the numbers on a thermometer.

10mins *Check for Understanding

Teacher will check for understanding by allowing students to explore thermometer in groups and
asking group to set their thermometer to a certain temperature. She will also check for
understanding by asking student question about what plants, animal, people, and the weather is
doing in each season.
5min *Guided Practice
Teacher will guide students during thermometer explorations by

mins *Independent Practice


30mins Assessment
Teacher will observe students’ performance and participation during instructional input students
will be assess the duration of the lesson

McDonald’s Draft (2010). Modified by Kreassig and Gould (2014) for use with student teachers.
Revised August 2015
3mins *Closure
Teacher will summarize what students have learned.

Differentiation Strategies (enrichment, accommodations, remediation, or by learning style).

Instructional input will be displayed in various ways to meet the needs of various learning styles.
BrainPOP and anchor chart for visual learner, class discussion for audio learners, thermometer explorations
for kinesthetic learner
Classroom Management Issues (optional)
Ensure students are paying attention, also ensure students are using materials correctly.
Lesson Critique. To be completed following the lesson. Did your students meet the objective(s)? What part of the
lesson would you change? Why?

*Denotes Madeline Hunter lesson plan elements.

Intern Signature Cooperating Teacher Signature Date

McDonald’s Draft (2010). Modified by Kreassig and Gould (2014) for use with student teachers.
Revised August 2015