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Name: Shaikha Abu Baker Grade Level: KG2 Date: 28 Feb 2018

Subject: Science Number of Students: MST: Laura

GEMS A A Standards:
Properties of materials allows them to used them in different ways.

Main Lesson Aims (Concepts, Procedures, &


Processes): By the end of the Lesson the Student
will be able to:
1. identify the materials (fabric, metal, glass, wood, plastic, rubber).
2. describe the materials (hard, soft, rough, bend, brittle, opaque, see-through or
transparent, smooth...)

Materials:

Teacher books What if rain boots made of paper?

Student book(s)

Worksheets/ papers

Teacher materials

Student Different material from the classroom.


materials/ Wooden frame.
manipulatives A3 papers.
Plastic box

Technology

other

Key vocabulary with definitions (and pictures if appropriate):

word glossary definition image

Fabric A textile is a flexible material consisting of a


network of natural or artificial fibres. Yarn is
produced by spinning raw fibres of wool, flax,
cotton, hemp, or other materials to produce long
strands.
Metal A metal is a material that is typically hard when
in solid state, opaque, shiny, and has good
electrical and thermal conductivity.
plastic material consisting of any of a wide range of
synthetic or semi-synthetic organic compounds
that are malleable and so can be molded into
solid objects.
glass Glass is a non-crystalline amorphous solid
that is often transparent and has
widespread practical, technological, and
glass Glass is a non-crystalline amorphous solid
that is often transparent and has
widespread practical, technological, and
decorative usage in, for example, window
panes, tableware, and optoelectronics.

paper is a thin material produced by pressing together


moist fibres of cellulose pulp derived from
wood, rags or grasses, and drying them into
flexible sheets.

Wood
is a porous and fibrous structural tissue
found in the stems and roots of trees
and other woody plants.

Students’ Prior Knowledge (What do the students already know that enables them to
understand the lesson?):
Students already learn about the material.

Possible Problems and Misconceptions (What are some problems that students will
face because it is assumed that they have the previous knowledge?):
Some Students will be confused about describe the materials.
Misconception between material has the same characters such as rubber and plastic.

Solutions (How/ What can be done to resolve the problems/misconceptions?):


Use the words in the material corner that will help them to remember.
Teacher will ask them to use their senses to feel and see the material.

Lesson
Schedule
Targeted teacher language (What will the teacher say throughout the lesson?):

Ask students from which material this is made? Can you describe it for me?

Student language (What language will the students use throughout the lesson?):
use the material names and can described. For example, the cup made of glass its see-through
and hard.

Engage (warm up, review prior knowledge): time:


In the carpet the teacher and students will discuss about why 15
we choose certain material for the object?
She will ask them some questions from the book (what if rain
boots made of paper?).
Core (introduce and practice new concepts & procedures):
Red group: in pairs will work in 3A paper to collect items from
the classroom and
Glue it in the paper and label and describe.
Blue group: with four labeled boxes they will sort the items
that collect from the classroom by the materials that made of.
In a worksheet they will draw and label the items.
Green Group: they will use a different material to create a face
in a wooden frame. For example, they use a plastic bottle led 20
for eyes. A piece of cloth for the mouth….
Yellow group: will create a toy by using different materials in
in a wooden frame. For example, they use a plastic bottle led 20
for eyes. A piece of cloth for the mouth….
Yellow group: will create a toy by using different materials in
classroom and write a discretion what material they use in it

Close (wrap up, discussion, brief review activity or


assessment):
Teacher will call the student to the carpet. She will choose one
students from each group to present his/her work to the
students. 5