Technology Project Template
Name: Email: email@example.com
School: Grade Level: 1
D. S. Perkins
Unit Title: Putting On Your Thinking Caps Unit No.: 2 GLE(s) 24
Activity Title: Author’s Purpose Activity No.: 8
Content_X_ Process__ Product__
This lesson is which is what the student needs to learn or how activities in which the student engages in culminating projects that ask the student to
differentiated the student will get access to the information order to make sense of or master the rehearse, apply, and extend what he or she
content has learned in a unit; and
DI Strategy Anchoring Literature Circles
used: Concept Mapping RAFT
type the letter a to place
a check mark in the box
Cubing Self-Directed Learning
Journal Prompts Tiered Products
Objectives: 1. TLW identify and categorize writing samples as entertaining, informing, or
(list all that apply)
2. TLW write a journal prompt and identify which type of writing they have
Procedures: Type in the cell below.
Identify DI Strategy.
Introduction: We all write for a reason. An author of a story also has a reason for writing a story.
Model: Go over samples of each type of purpose.
Check for understanding: Concept Mapping & Tiered Activities
Author's Purpose Level One.kia
Author's Purpose Level Two.kia
Authors Purpose Level Three.kia
Author's Purpose Kidspiration Leveled Checklist.doc
Students will go to the curriculum lab. They will complete the categorizing activity and save it to their floppy disk.
Guided Practice: The teacher will demonstrate the writing of an each kind of author’s purpose, and have students
identify what the author’s purpose is for each one.
Independent Practice: Journal Writing
Journal Writing Rubric.doc
Students will write for one of the purposes, and they will share their writing with their shoulder buddy. Their
shoulder buddy will identify their purpose as an author.
Closing: Have several students share their writing with the class and have the class identify the author’s purpose.
Teacher’s Technology Tools Student’s Technology Tools
for Instruction: for Instruction:
This includes software that teachers will use to present This includes software that students will use to
information to students in an effort to build a knowledge base. create a final product.
Select all that applies to the teacher's use as an instructional tool Select all that applies to the student's choice as a technology
by typing the letter a to create a checkmark. product by typing the letter a to create a checkmark.
Microsoft Word Microsoft Word
Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint
Microsoft Excel Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Access Microsoft Access
Microsoft Publisher Microsoft Publisher
Windows Movie Maker Windows Movie Maker
Photo Story for Windows Photo Story for Windows
Unitedstreaming videos United Streaming videos
Inspiration/Kidspiration Inspiration/ Kidspiration
Other: Overhead /Posters Other:
Create a list of teacher's technology resources Create a list of student's technology resources
(websites) below: (websites) below:
1. http://www.teach- 1.
2. http://www.manatee.k12.fl.us/sites/elementary/PALMA 2.
Identify Type of Assessment Strategy Used in this Lesson:
Formal Assessment with Rubric: Informal Assessment Types:
Select all that applies by typing the letter a to create a Select all that applies by typing the letter a to create a checkmark.
Constructed Response Items KWL Chart (pre and/or post assessment)
PowerPoint Journal Writing
Concept Mapping Q& A Session
Graphs (line, pie, circle, etc.) Checklists
Other: (list below) Other: (list below)
Attach Reproducible Materials: Handouts, Rubrics, Checklists
1. Author's Purpose Kidspiration Leveled 5. Journal Writing Rubric.doc
2. Author's Purpose Level One.kia 6. writing.ppt
3. Author's Purpose Level Two.kia 7.
4. Authors Purpose Level Three.kia 8.