STANDARDS: Language Arts: 3.1.1.A.1; 3.1.1.A.3; Reading: 3.1.1.B.1; Writing: 3.1.1.E.1; 3.1.1.E.3; Viewing and Media Literacy: 3.1.1.G.1; Speaking: 3.3.K.A.3; 3.3.1.C.1; Listening: 3.4.K.B.1;
LESSON TOPIC: ”Winter Apparel”
•. Students will be able to identify various pieces of winter apparel.
•. Students will be able to describe each piece of winter apparel’s use (dependent on student levels).
LEARNING STRATEGIES: Students will be presented multiple times with the vocabulary of winter apparel, therefore using the strategy of repetition. Students will also have a hands on experience, by being ...view middle of the document...
First, the teacher will ask the students to recall prior experiences, therefore activating their background knowledge before presenting them with the lesson. After this is done, the teacher will ask the students what they notice about the front cover of the book Caps, Hats, Socks and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons by Louise Borden, guiding them to notice that it is a cold, snowy day outside.
•. When was the last time you remember being really cold?
•. What did you do to make yourself warm?
Teacher will show the students the front cover of the book, Caps, Hats, Socks and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons by Louise Borden.
•. What do you notice about this picture?
•. What do you think this book is going to be about?
•. Do you think this book is going to be set in the summer or winter?
•. How do you know?
•. Do you think these children are hot or cold?
•. How do you know?
The teacher will explain to the students that during the winter, it gets very cold outside. In order to stay warm, people will put on certain types of cold to keep their body warm. The teacher will read the book Caps, Hats, Socks and Mittens: A Book About the Four Seasons by Louise Borden to the students, stopping to identify various winter apparel throughout.
The students will return to their desks and be instructed to take out their crayons and pencils. The teacher will pass out the Snowy Day coloring page to the students, giving them specific instructions to not color the picture until they are instructed to. The teacher will then present the students with a large bag, full of various winter apparel items. The teacher will call up one student to pull a clothing item out of the bag. The item will then be identified, and with the students trying the item on.
•. What item did you get?
•. Do you know what this is called?
•. How do you think this will help you in the cold?
After the discussion of the item, the teacher will direct students to color the item on their own coloring page. This process will be...