AI Lesson Plans and Assessments

On this page you will find links to different arts integrated lesson plans.  (Under construction!)

My 1st AI Lesson Attempt at Bates (Kate & Ssuuna)  Dancing Our Way to ComprehensionConnected Objective(s): Students will demonstrate the ability to identify elements of story & elements of dance, and illustrate them through dance improvisation.

Lesson Plan Laurie and Kate AI Oct 27  How Mood Is Created through the Elements of Music, Drama, and Literature (Word Choice).  Connected Objective(s): The lesson provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their understanding of mood by improvising movements in response to music and to selected text from the novel Maniac Magee.

MANIAC MAGEE Excerpts

Examples of Personification in Maniac Magee

Unit Plan Presentation Dec 8

Kate Unit Lesson 1  Finding Clues to the Character in the Text.  Connected Objective(s):  The lesson provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to analyze and make predictions about characters by finding clues in quotations and acting out a tableau that depicts the predicted traits of the character(s).

Kate Unit Lesson 1 Assessment

Kate Unit Lesson 2   Listening for Feeling. Connected Objective(s): The lesson provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their ability to analyze and make predictions about characters’ emotions by listening to a section of the novel Maniac Magee, and free-style drawing a picture that illustrates the emotion.

Character Feelings List for Lesson 2

Character Traits

Kate Unit Lesson 2 Assessment

Kate Unit Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Assessment

Tableau Lesson Lady or Tiger (Hurwitz)

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3 Responses to AI Lesson Plans and Assessments

  1. bradshawjam says:

    Kate, your lessons (and your whole blog) are REALLY impressive. I am amazed at how much you’ve posted here. I can’t wait until I have an afternoon without papers to grade or kids to drive to baseball practice so that I can explore it more. Way to go!

  2. edu668 says:

    What a great idea to post past lessons and unit plans. What a treasure trove for others.
    Shelley

  3. I like the way you integrated the rubric along with an exit ticket. The students not only knew what you expected but also had to apply their learning with the exit ticket.

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