Lesson on Diversity Outline

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By the end of the lesson the students should be able to explain what diversity is basing on their own understanding

By the end of the lesson the students should be able to identify various aspects in their surroundings that affiliate to diversity

State or Common Core Standards National Standards: Reading and analyzing texts to ensure comprehension of content.

Materials: Social studies textbook, a scripted story on diversity based on teachers own work, role play, group discussion and class discussion.

Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will be conversant with the meaning of diversity and its application in real-life situations.

Procedures

Motivation Techniques

Engage: Motivation and Strategies of motivation

Motivation is significant at the beginning of the lesson to increase the learners interest in the lessons.

Evaluate: One of the motivation techniques included in the lesson is: warming up by engaging in small conversations with the children on how they are feeling, what they want to share and so forth.

Explore: The next step is a review which entails making students recall the previous lesson by asking them, What did we learn last time? Did you practice what we learned to do outside of class? Does anyone have anything to share about what we learned? The review is followed by introducing the topic and testing the knowledge of the learners.

Presentation Techniques

Passing to the learners' realia

Pictures of people and items depicting several cultures

Finding what the students can say about what we have covered so far

Reading

Presenting students with a story with the theme of diversity

Allowing the learners to read the story while focusing on their comprehension.

Practice

Allowing students express their understanding of diversity through:

Scripted speaking

Pairing up the learners such that they converse on how they have understood diversity

Providing the students with prompts for them to engage in more conversation

Students explaining diversity to each other using different vocabularies

Scripted writing practice by using exercises from the textbook

Application

Enabling students to relate what they have learned with their real lives

Speaking

Role-play: learners creating their own conversations about diversity

Group decision-making: Groups coming up with the importance of diversity in the society using valid reasons

Assessment

Informal assessment: oral questions on diversity

Formal assessment: scripted writing with questions on diversity

End of the lesson

Providing students with the assignment identifying aspects of diversity among their friends and family.

Recap of the lesson.

Lesson Plan References:

CRLT. (2017). Strategies for Effective Lesson Planning | CRLT. Crlt.umich.edu. Retrieved 13 June 2017, from http://www.crlt.umich.edu/gsis/p2_5

PowerPoint

Rubrics:

Teacher individual composition on diversity

Realia

Class textbook: Seefeldt, C., Castle, S.D. & Falconer, R.D. Social Studies for the Preschool/Primary Child (8th Edition). Australia: ABE Books.

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