Collaborative Lesson Plan Template

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Collaborative Lesson Plan Template
Fractured Fairy Tales
Grade Level: 2
Curricular Connections:
Name of Collaborative Project:
language arts, social studies
Library Media Teacher:
Technology Teacher:
Classroom Teacher:
Name:
Matthew C. Winner
Lisa Wenzel
Lesson Source:
n/a
Urban, Suburban, and Rural (Lesson #255)
Length of Unit:
2 classes
3 classes
Approx.Start Date:
Quarter 4
Quarter 4
Objectives:
1a. Identify relationships between text and
Goal 3.a.1 Use technology tools including
Goal III.A.2.b. Identify and
situations in real life.
software and hardware from a range of
explain the elements of a
teacher-selected options to learn new content
story including characters,
and reinforce skills
setting, problem, sequence of
events, and solution to the
problem.
c. Identify the setting and
explain its importance in the
story.
Essential Question(s), Goal(s),
Students will apply knowledge of urban,
Students will explore their
Allow for teacher input
Objectives
suburban, and rural regions to a familiar fairy
neighborhood/world using GoogleEarth, will
tale and adapt fairy tale to a new setting.
investigate urban, suburban, and rural
What do we want students to
communities.
know and be able to do? Should
be same or related and content
driven.
Type of Collaboration:
Dependent
Dependent or Independent
Tech must teach Urban Suburban Rural lesson before library media lesson begins.
Library media must have fairy tale maps complete before tech can begin writing class fractured fairy tale.
Cross Curricular Skills
Students will be able to communicate how
Students will be able to identify and describe
Attained:
setting impacts the story and plot.
communities as urban, suburban, and rural.
How will students benefit from
this collaboration?
Teaching Responsibilities:
n/a
Week 1 - Urban, Suburban, and Rural
• Use GoogleEarth to learn about specific
regions
• Record observations on a class blog
Assessment Tool:
n/a
Blog response
Collaborative Lesson Plan Template
Fractured Fairy Tales
Grade Level: 2
Curricular Connections:
Name of Collaborative Project:
language arts, social studies
Library Media Teacher:
Technology Teacher:
Classroom Teacher:
Name:
Matthew C. Winner
Lisa Wenzel
Lesson Source:
n/a
Urban, Suburban, and Rural (Lesson #255)
Length of Unit:
2 classes
3 classes
Approx.Start Date:
Quarter 4
Quarter 4
Objectives:
1a. Identify relationships between text and
Goal 3.a.1 Use technology tools including
Goal III.A.2.b. Identify and
situations in real life.
software and hardware from a range of
explain the elements of a
teacher-selected options to learn new content
story including characters,
and reinforce skills
setting, problem, sequence of
events, and solution to the
problem.
c. Identify the setting and
explain its importance in the
story.
Essential Question(s), Goal(s),
Students will apply knowledge of urban,
Students will explore their
Allow for teacher input
Objectives
suburban, and rural regions to a familiar fairy
neighborhood/world using GoogleEarth, will
tale and adapt fairy tale to a new setting.
investigate urban, suburban, and rural
What do we want students to
communities.
know and be able to do? Should
be same or related and content
driven.
Type of Collaboration:
Dependent
Dependent or Independent
Tech must teach Urban Suburban Rural lesson before library media lesson begins.
Library media must have fairy tale maps complete before tech can begin writing class fractured fairy tale.
Cross Curricular Skills
Students will be able to communicate how
Students will be able to identify and describe
Attained:
setting impacts the story and plot.
communities as urban, suburban, and rural.
How will students benefit from
this collaboration?
Teaching Responsibilities:
n/a
Week 1 - Urban, Suburban, and Rural
• Use GoogleEarth to learn about specific
regions
• Record observations on a class blog
Assessment Tool:
n/a
Blog response
n/a
Blog response
rubric, EPR, exit ticket, checklist,
etc.
Teaching Responsibilities:
Fairy Tale Neighborhoods
Week 2 OR 3 - Fractured Story Web
• Discuss elements of a fairy tale
• View a fractured fairy tale video
• Using a given fairy tale (Gingerbread Man,
• Record story elements on a graphic
Cinderella, and Three Little Pigs), determine
organizer
the type of community in which the story took
• As a class, review/list common elements of
place
fairy tales
• Identify main story elements and setting
locations throughout story
Assessment Tool:
Create a map of the fairy tale's setting
Graphic organizer
including the important setting elements (i.e.,
event locations, etc.)
rubric, EPR, exit ticket, checklist,
etc.
Teaching Responsibilities:
Fairy Tale Neighborhoods (continued.)
n/a
• Continuing with the story, explore setting
elements and classify as urban, suburban, or
rural
• Move story into a present urban location;
discuss how this would change the setting
• Identify new setting locations to replace the
traditional story's setting elements
• NOTE: Speak with art teacher for effective
arts integration
Assessment Tool:
Using the fairy tale setting map, create a
n/a
transparency overlay picture updating the
rubric, EPR, exit ticket, checklist,
setting into a present urban setting.
etc.
Teaching Responsibilities:
n/a
Writing a Class Fractured Fairy Tale
• Continue to develop fractured fairy tale
based on work in Media
• Write a class fractured fairy tale using
SubEthaEdit (using the individual maps
created in library media)
Assessment Tool:
n/a
Assess ability to independently use
SubEthaEdit to record their contribution to the
rubric, EPR, exit ticket, checklist,
fairy tale
etc.
Culminating Task/Product:
Map of fairy tale story (with layover map of updated setting), iMovie of class-written fractured fairy tale narrated by students
with fairy tale maps (Media) as illustrations
Resources Needed:
Computers with access to SubEthaEdit, fractured fairy tale QuickTime movies, GoogleEarth installed on all student laptops,
graphic organizer story web, GoogleEarth blog template, art materials for setting map (paper, colored pencils, wax paper,
Technology, Materials, Support,
etc.)
Expertise
Reflection on Lesson:
What worked? What needs to be
revised? How did you personally
benefit from this collaborative
project? Actual time needed to
complete lesson/unit?

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