"ASSURE Model Instructional Plan Template - DOC 3"
ASSURE Model Instructional Plan Naming Lower Case Letters Ms. Donaldson Kindergarten Language Arts 50 Minutes Analyze Learners 1. 21 Students 2. 6 males/15 females 3. 5 – 6 years old 4. 6 students with learning disabilities 2 gifted students 5 students with low motivation 1 non-reader 5. 15 students know all of their upper case letters. 3 students know 2/3 of their lower case letters. 1 student knows all their letters. 1 student can recognize the letters in his name. Prerequisites- All students can sing the alphabet song. 5-6 students are only interested in knowing their upper case letters. 3 students receive no at home support. 6. Learning styles 15% visual 10% auditory 75% kinesthetic State Objectives A – Audience – Kindergarten students who know their upper case letters. B – Behavior - Recognition and identification of lower case letters. C – Condition - Given a picture of the lower case letter, as well as two pictures of objects starting with that letter, students will be able to identify the lower case letter. D – Degree - Students will be able to identify ten lower case letters with 90% accuracy at the end of the 50-minute lesson. A – Audience – Kindergarten students who know their upper case letters. B – Behavior – Match the lower case letter with the correct upper case letter. C – Condition – Given a picture of the lower case letter and 3 pictures of different upper Page 1 of 3 Last Revised: December 11, 2005 case letters, student will make a correct match. D – Degree – Students will be able to match 10 lower case letters to their upper case partner with 90% accuracy at the end of the 50-minute lesson. Select Media, Materials, and Methods We have two desktop computers, two laptop computers without internet access, one digital camera, and we bought three matching alphabet games like the game “Memory.” Utilize Media, Materials, and Methods Two desktop computers that we will use for web based games that have been previously selected to promote letter recognition. Two laptop computers where students can work on Kidspiration. A digital camera that will be used to take pictures of objects that begin with different letters. Three matching alphabet games that students can use to match upper and lower case letters. 1. Will preview materials during planning one week in advance and send a letter home telling parents what we will be doing. 2. To prepare materials, we will use all computers and game boards for centers. We will make sure internet access is working and that laptops are working. We will use digital cameras to take pictures of objects and have the pictures developed. 3. Will prepare the environment by providing comfortable seating and lighting. We will set up games and arrange centers and rotation methods. 4. We will prepare learners by singing the alphabet, reviewing upper case letters, and talking about why we use lower case letters. 5. We will provide the learning experience by introducing the topic and facilitating centers. We will use computers with internet access for web-based games. The laptops are used for Kidspiration. Digital camera used to take pictures of objects and create a center using pictures that kids can match to letters. The memory games are used to increase letter recognition. Require Learner Participation 1. Introduce topic to students. Group discussion on the use of lower case letters. Sing alphabet song. Use computer to show students upper and lower case letters. Go over center behavior and expectations with students. 2. Divide students into pairs based on common letters of first names. 3. With help of parapro, place pairs of students at centers. Explain to students that each center has a time limit of 15 minutes. The three memory games will have four students each. 4. Begin center rotation. 5. Rotate three times. Page 2 of 3 Last Revised: December 11, 2005 6. Pull students together as a group on the carpet. 7. Use computer to show students lower case letters and ask them to identify them. Evaluate & Revise 1. Each student has their own worksheet listing lower case letters. Teacher and parapro will observe students in centers, marking on the worksheet student’s strengths and weaknesses. Computer games will provide a printout of student’s performance. 2. Observation of student behavior and performance will be used to evaluate media. 3. Students will complete teacher performance rubric. All of the time. Some of the time. None of the time. I knew what the teacher was talking about. The teacher answered my questions. I could hear the teacher. The teacher looked at me. I felt like I was a part of the class. Page 3 of 3 Last Revised: December 11, 2005