Bailey Snider
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Lesson Plan
Upper Primary
  • English Language
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    NO DAVID Lesson plan

    NO DAVID Lesson plan


    This lesson plan is mostly about students learning the wrongs and rights of everyday life and why it is important to always tell the truth along with reporting the situations to adults. This also gives an understanding of owning up to your mistakes and actions and learning how to decide the good and bad choices.

    Stage 1 Desired Results

    ESTABLISHED GOALS                 


    For this book the understanding is that no matter how bad things get you can always turn it around especially when you do something bad.


    Students will be able to independently use their learning to… Make the right choices in any situation whether they are playing a game, and someone gets hurt or someone breaks something.





    Students will understand that… That all actions have consequences and no matter how little that action is, there will always be a punishment. But good actions always have a way of creating good things.




    In situations of breaking something I can ask the class what choices can we make that does not get us in trouble?

    What could have changed in the story?

    What should have happened to not break anything.


    Students will know…That making the right decision is always going to be rewarding versus making the wrong decision.                



    Students will be skilled at… Telling the truth when it matters and knowing when to far is too far.                                                       



    Stage 2 Evidence and Assessments

    Stage 2 – Evidence and Assessment

    Evaluative Criteria

    Assessment Evidence

    Understanding what the book is about and what was the outcome of the book

    PERFORMANCE TASK(S):                                                                                              

    For this they will be giving a worksheet with situations that pertain in the book that they have to figure out what went wrong and how they could have fixed it.

    OTHER EVIDENCE:                                                                                                        

    We will have the students do sort of a play with objects around the classroom and demonstrate what happened in the book and how to fix it.

    Stage 3 Learning Plan

    Stage 3 – Learning Plan

    Summary of Key Learning Events and Instruction

    At the end of this activity, I will have the students give examples of things that they have done in the real world, and we will have a class discussion about it.

    Description of Unit of Knowledge


    The knowledge would be apart from self-discipline. Before we would have a discussion of what happens in the book. The end would be about discussions of real-life experiences.


    Lesson Plan General Information

    Preservice Teacher’s Name:                                                         Class/Grade Taught: 3rd grade.


    Subject/Topic: English/Language Reading                                                           Date:


    Standard(s) and Indicator(s): Indiana Department of Education: Standards

    Standard #5: Application of Content- With this inTasc, teachers will lean to teach real life skills and global skills such as problem solving for global issues and critical thinking.

    Standard #1: Learner Development- This is about how teachers can learn and adapt to the different learning abilities.


    Materials and Learning objectives

    Co-Teaching/Consultative Teaching Information:



    Teacher: YouTube video of someone reading the book.



    A copy of the whole book printed and a video for them to watch.

    Learning Objective(s)

     At the conclusion of this activity, the students will be able to develop an understanding of the rights and wrongs of everyday life. They will be able to read mistakes and be responsible enough to make a good decision.



    Goal of Learner(s):

    For engagement I will have letters on the desk’s and pull words from the book for students to practice spelling words from the book by asking a student to sit at each desk to spell the word out.

    Gain the understanding of the rights and wrongs.

    Content and procedures

    Content & Procedures


    • Constant discussions about each situation that happens in the book.
    • Quizzes to see what they have learned.
    • Also have writing discussions about things that could have been done differently.
    • For my student who struggles with reading, I will him and his aid the book so that the aid can read it to him the day before and then also show the video.
    • For my students who are with ELL, I would find a video on YouTube that’s in their language and have them watch it the night before.



    I would test the students in real situations whether it be on the playground at snack time or at lunch.


    Evaluation of Student Learning

    Students will understand that… That all actions have consequences and no matter how little that action is there will always be a reasonable consequence. But good actions always have a way of creating good things.




    What was the point of this lesson and how can we use it in the future.


    Virtual Learning Alternative(s)

    Means of Access to new materials and assessment:

    I would do the spelling activity first to get them moving around after watching the video and then they can do the in-class activity.

    No David worksheet for lesson plan.docx

    Changes to lesson plan to make accessible in a virtual format:

    Have a YouTube video ready for them to show.