ICT in Education Grade 9 English Lesson Plans

ICT in Education
Grade 9 English
Lesson Plans
1. Podcast Lesson Plan
2. Map Lesson Plan
3. Video Lesson Plan
4. Collaborative Document Lesson Plan
- Objectives
- Manitoba English Curriculum
- Four of the six English Language Arts can be
represented through this map lesson: reading,
writing, viewing, and representing.
- Revise Content (4.2.2)
Review previous draft and revise to refine
communication and enhance
self-expression.
- Grammar and Usage (4.3.1)
Edit for parallel structure, use of
transitional devices, and clarity.
- Use Language to Show Respect (5.1.3)
Use inclusive language and actions that support
people across races, cultures, genders, ages,
and abilities.
- Compare Responses (5.2.1)
Recognize that differing perspectives
and unique reactions enrich
understanding.
- ICT Continuum
- Cognitive Objective
- G-3.2 assesses textual, numerical, aural, and visual
information, as well as the sources of the media, to
determine context, perspective, bias, and/or
motive
- G-2.3 categorizes information
using the ICT suitable for the
purpose
- Pr-2.2 revises electronic work to improve organization and
clarity, enhance content and artistry, and meet audience needs,
according to established criteria, feedback, and personal
preferences
- R-2.1 invites and shares constructive feedback,
related to established criteria, to reflect on using
ICT to learn
- Affective Objective
- S-2.3 analyzes advantages and
disadvantages of ICT use in
society
- Co-2.1 collaborates with peers to accomplish
self-directed learning with ICT in various
settings
- Co-2.2 collaborates with others
over distance using ICT
- M-1.1 demonstrates confidence and
self-motivation while doing ICT tasks alone and
with others
- Prerequisites
- Review
- Review basic ICT skills
- Google programs
- Google Docs
- Recap what has been read in
Maus. Discuss its conclusion.
- This lesson will take place after the reading of Maus has been
concluded. Students will work in partners on a final paper
utilizing Google Docs as a way of collaboratively creating a
document.
- This lesson will compile the information learned
throughout the unit and culminate in a final paper
discussing a prominent theme present in Maus.
- Goals
- Understand how to effectively use collaborative
programs such as Google Docs in order to
increase group project productivity.
- Resources
- Materials
- Maus (novel)
- Computer (internet access)
- Google accounts (Google Docs)
- People
- Teacher
- Parents
- Peers
- Facilities
- Up-to-date computer lab
- Internet access
- Methods of Instruction
- Objectives
- Introduce collaborative
documentation to students
- Have students work together on a
collaborative paper utilizing online
collaborative programs
- Activate
- Discuss what was learned from the reading of
Maus. Discuss prominent themes that were
present in the novel and how they were effective.
- Acquire
- Introduce collaborative documentation to students via
Google Docs. Explain how it can be used to
simultaneously work on a paper in real-time on separate
computers.
- Apply
- Partner up students. Have each pair choose a theme from Maus to discuss. Each
group will write a paper on how that theme was effective to the overall effect of
the novel and how it influenced their thinking. Students will work in the computer
lab to collaboratively write a paper. This work can also be done from home as
needed.
- Assess
- Summative: This paper makes up the final project of the
unit. Students will put their understanding of the novel
into their writing, which will be graded for a final unit
mark.
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