Lesson Plans: Week of April 18-April 22

Lesson Plans: Week of April 18-April 21   Trina Keeton     Grade Level K-5

 

Monday and Tuesday: Clearfield

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: Rodburn

 

Kindergarten: 

Clearfield:

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA:Re7.2.K, VA:Re8.1.K

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club.  Students will name a trusted adult that they could talk to.  We will talk about healthy and unhealthy choices.  Students will give thumbs up/thumbs down to check to show whether a choice is healthy or unhealthy.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then have them look at some of her floral paintings.  Have students make observations about the flowers.

Next week, we will paint a large flower.

Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe

 

Rodburn Kindergarten:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.K, VA:Cr1.2.K, VA:Cr2.1.KVA:Cr2.2.KVA:Cr2.3.K, VA:Re7.2.K, VA:Re8.1.K. VA:Re9.1.K

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline

 

1st Grade: Clearfield

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA:Pr7.1.K, Re7.2.K

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club.  Students will name a trusted adult that they could talk to.  We will talk about healthy and unhealthy choices.  Students will give thumbs up/thumbs down to check to show whether a choice is healthy or unhealthy.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then have them look at some of her floral paintings.  Have students make observations about the flowers.

Next week, we will paint a large flower.

Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe

 

1st Grade: Rodburn:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.1, VA:Cr1.2.1, VA:Cr2.1.1, VA:Cr2.2.1, VA:Pr1.1.1, VA:Re7.2.1, VA:Re9.1.1, VA:Cn11.1.1

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline

 

Second Grade: Clearfield

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA:Pr7.1.2, Re8.1.2, VA:Re9.1.2

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club.  Students will name a trusted adult that they could talk to.  We will talk about healthy and unhealthy choices.  Students will give thumbs up/thumbs down to check to show whether a choice is healthy or unhealthy.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then have them look at some of her floral paintings.  Have students make observations about the flowers.

Next week, we will paint a large flower.

Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe

 

Second Grade: Rodburn:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1.1.2, VA:Cr1.2.2, VA:Cr2.1.2, VA:Cr2.2.2, VA:Cr2.3.2, VA:Cr3.1.2, VA:Pr7.1.2, VA:Re7.2.2, VA:Re8.1.2, VA:Re9.1.2, VA:Cn11.1.2

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline

 

Third Grade: Clearfield:

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA:Re7.2.3, VA:Re9.1.3

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club.  Students will name a trusted adult that they could talk to.  We will talk about healthy and unhealthy choices.  Students will give thumbs up/thumbs down to check to show whether a choice is healthy or unhealthy.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then have them look at some of her floral paintings.  Have students make observations about the flowers.

Next week, we will paint a large flower.

Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe

 

Third Grade: Rodburn:

Learning Target: I am learning to use a rubric to evaluate art.  I am learning how a personal choice is different from a guide or rubric.  I am learning to describe Georgia O’Keeffe’s floral paintings.  I am learning to draw and paint a flower.

 

Standards Being Taught/ Assessed:

VA:Cr1..1.3, VA:Cr1.2.3, VA:Cr2.1.3, VA:Cr2.2.3, VA:Pr7.1.3, VA:Re7.2.3, VA:Re8.1.3, VA:Re9.1.3,VA:Cn11.1.3

 

Instructional ActivitiesEach Day:

Show students the rubric for evaluating art.  Discuss. Then show students the read aloud, Georgia.  Discuss what they learned about her life.  Use the Google Slides to show what a floral painting looks like. Also, show Georgia O’Keefe’s floral paintings.  Have students describe what they see and use the rubric to tell what they like about the paintings.  Talk about how personal choice is different from using a guide or rubric to evaluate a painting.  Model for students how to draw a large flower on a large piece of paper.  

Materials: Google Slides on Georgia O’Keeffe, rubric for evaluating art, large thick drawing paper, pencils, crayons to outline

 

Fourth Grade: Clearfield

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA;Re7.2.4  VA:Cn11.1.4

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club to teach students the steps to follow to prevent child abuse.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then show students paintings of skulls and desert landscapes painted by O’Keeffe.  Show students tour of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.  Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe

 

Fourth Grade: Rodburn

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA;Re7.2.5, VA:Cn11.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club to teach students the steps to follow to prevent child abuse.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then have them look at some of her floral paintings.  Have students make observations about the flowers.

Next week, we will paint a large flower.

Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe


 

Fifth Grade: Clearfield:

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA;Re7.2.5, VA:Cn11.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club to teach students the steps to follow to prevent child abuse.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then show students paintings of skulls and deserts painted by O’Keeffe.  Have students watch the  tour of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe

 

Fifth Grade: Rodburn

Learning Target: I am learning to name the steps to prevent child abuse.  

I am learning to color a pinwheel for Child Abuse Awareness that will be displayed in the hallways.  I am learning about the life and paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.  

 

Standards Being Taught/Assessed: 

VA;Re7.2.5, VA:Cn11.1.5

 

Instructional Activities Each Day:

Go over the learning targets.  Follow the lesson plan from Morehead Women’s Club to teach students the steps to follow to prevent child abuse.  Students will color the pinwheel that will be displayed in the hallway.

After students finish the pinwheels, introduce them to the artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.  They can watch the read aloud, Georgia on Google Slides. Then have them look at some of her floral paintings.  Have students make observations about the flowers.

Next week, we will paint a large flower.

Materials: Lesson Plan/Child Abuse Prevention Week, pinwheel coloring sheets, crayons, Google Slides for Georgia O’Keeffe