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1. 1. Design an Integrative Lesson Plan. Integrative Lesson Plan in Kindergarten I. Objectives At the end of the lesson pupils are expected to: a. identify the animals movement b. perform the animal movement c. taking care of animals II. Subject Matter Topic: Animal Movement References: NCKG 89-91, internet Materials: Pictures, Manila paper, III. Procedures: A. Preparatory Activities 1. Review: Different Kinds of Animals 2. Motivation: Sing the song: Old McDonalds Showing web on a sheet of manila paper. Questions: Do you have pet at home? What are they? How do animals move? Can you name animals that can ______? B. Development of the Lesson 1. Lesson Proper: What are those animals that can fly, walk, hop, swim, and crawl? 2. Activities (Groupings) Each group will be given a picture of animals; they will color it. After coloring they will go to identify and post it according to their movement. They will count how many animals they post in each movement. Each group will perform the movement of the animals assigned to them. 3. Generalization: Do animals move in different ways? How? - Animals move in different ways they can crawl, hop, swim, walk and fly. 4. Valuing: How do we take good care of those animals around us?
2. IV. Evaluation Directions: Identify the animals by putting O to the animals that can walk, to the animals that can fly, to the animals that can hop, to the animals that can swim and to the animals that can crawl. V. Assignment Directions: Cut-out pictures of animals that can fly, hop, swim, walk and crawl and paste it on a long bond paper.
3. ACTIVITY SHEET Objectives: To identify the animal movements Directions: Color the animals below and identify the animals by putting the shape circle O to the animals that can walk ,put triangle to the animals that can fly, put rectangle to the animals that can hop, put oval to the animals that can swim and put square to the animals that can crawl.
4. 2. How do teacher teach science in preschool learners? According to Patricia Bentham teaching kindergarten science lessons and a learning environment full of energy and enthusiasm naturally go together. When teaching kids science lessons, fill the children’s environment with opportunities to explore, and have materials to record their observations. For me as a teacher the mention above is very true. Because one of the practices I used in teaching science is giving my pupils a chance to explore thing with the cooperative learning. The proper preparation is the most important thing to consider also because if a teacher is very much prepared about the lesson or the materials that she/he may going to use in teaching science then the teacher can give the best experience to the learners and they were able to attain the optimum learning they want to achieve. And in teaching science it also important to maintain classroom environment that is suited to the subject or the topic presented. The classroom must have child friendly displays of interesting objects for children to experiment. Indeed the mention above will encourage students to be confident, creative thinkers and problem solvers. Reference: http://www.kindergarten-lessons.com/about_me.html
5. 3. How music is important in teaching science? Music is known to affect our feelings and energy levels (Brewer, 1995). It can prompt memories, enhance brain activity and stimulate the mind. In preschool music is a motivation in teaching science in which it attracts the attention or arouse the interest of the learner’s. It is the first activity we do in school to maintain their body coordination, to energize and for them to become focus to the next activity they will have. Music is a way of knowing according to Howard Gardner (1983). Through music the learners can learn easily their lesson. They do better in reading and they are able to focus and control their bodies. Music has a positive influence on young children’s cognitive skills such as spatial reasoning and memory. Research also shows that providing children with a rich and stimulating environment involving all the senses, including the auditory sense, can support children’s healthy growth and development (Dr.PatriciaVardin) Musical experiences will provide the students with opportunities for emotional response, which often encourages the cognitive processes especially in science in science subject (Sarah Marburg).
6. 4. Brain Based Lesson Plan in Kindergarten I. Objectives Identify the five senses II. Subject Matter Topic: Identifying five senses References: NCKG week 8, internet Materials: Pictures, Manila paper, III. Procedures: C. Preparatory Activities Review: what are the body parts? Motivation Sing the song: Springtime Five Senses Song D. Development of the Lesson 1. Lesson Proper: Show different color of flowers. Allow them to listen to the phone ringing. Let them taste chocolates. Allow them to smell perfume. And let them touch rough rock. Question: What are the senses you use to see the flowers, to hear the music, to taste the chocolate, to smell the perfume and feel the rock? 2. Activities (Groupings) Sight group Directions: Match the picture by putting the pictures back together the right way. Picture Matching Game
7. Smell group Directions: With the given six edible elements in small containers smell it while wearing a blindfold. I specifically chose food and spices with strong aromas. I used a lemon slice, coffee grounds, black pepper, onions, cilantro and cinnamon. Sort the elements by things that smell good and things that smell bad. Sound group With the given empty bottles and beads make a musical jar. And play it to the class. Touch group Find the hidden in the sand and count the items in the sand using your sense of feeling. Taste group With the Set up bite-sized pieces of several foods, eat it and try to find things that have different tastes such as salty, sweet, sour, and bitter.
8. 3. Generalization: What are the five senses? We touch and feel with our skin. We hear with our ears We see with our eyes. We smell with our nose. We taste with our tongue 4. Valuing: How do we take good care of our body senses? IV. Evaluation Directions: V. Assignment Cut out pictures of the body senses and paste it on the bond paper. REFERENCES : http://www.eslprintables.com/vocabulary_worksheets/face_and_body/the_five_senses/ http://www.pinterest.com/pin/1748663980049260 http://hubpages.com/hub/5-senses-activities Identify the five senses by drawing a line from the picture on left to the matching picture on right.