Teacherbot 22 Aug, 14:52:55

Lesson Plan: About Me

Grade: KG2 Number of Children: 25

Introduction: - Greet the children and introduce the topic of the lesson: “Today, we are going to learn all about ourselves! We will talk about our names, our families, our favorite things, and more.” - Show a short video clip or sing a song related to the topic of “About Me” to engage the children’s interest. (Video resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wzvG3ZL2xw)

Lesson Outline: 1. Name Introduction (10 minutes) - Begin by asking each child to introduce themselves by saying their name out loud. - Encourage the children to share any interesting facts or stories about their names. - Create a name chart on the board, writing down each child’s name as they introduce themselves.

  1. Family Tree Activity (15 minutes)
    • Show a visual representation of a family tree and explain its purpose.
    • Distribute a worksheet with a simple family tree template to each child.
    • Instruct the children to draw their family members on the tree, including themselves, parents, siblings, and pets.
    • Encourage the children to share their family tree drawings with their peers.
  2. Favorite Things (10 minutes)
    • Ask the children about their favorite things, such as colors, animals, foods, and activities.
    • Use flashcards or pictures to help the children identify and express their favorite things.
    • Engage the children in a group discussion, allowing each child to share their favorite things.

Questioning: - During the lesson, ask open-ended questions to encourage critical thinking and participation, such as: 1. What is your favorite color? Why do you like it? 2. Can you tell us a story about how you got your name? 3. Who is in your family? Do you have any pets?

Assessment: - Informal assessment can be done through observation and participation during the activities. - Monitor the children’s ability to express themselves, follow instructions, and engage in discussions. - Provide individual feedback and support as needed.

Differentiation: - For children who may need additional support, provide visual aids, such as pictures or flashcards, to help them express their ideas. - Offer assistance to those who may struggle with drawing or writing on the family tree worksheet. - Encourage peer collaboration and support, allowing children to work together and share their ideas.

Plenary: - Summarize the key points discussed during the lesson, emphasizing the importance of individuality and celebrating differences. - Ask the children to reflect on what they have learned about themselves and their classmates. - Conclude the lesson by singing a song related to the theme of “About Me.” (Video resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wzvG3ZL2xw)

Worksheet Resource: - “My Family Tree” worksheet: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Family-Tree-Worksheet-Printable-Template-For-Kids-Grades-K-2-4786827

Video Resource: - “All About Me” song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wzvG3ZL2xw