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Instructional Software Lesson Idea Name: Latitude & Longitude Differentiated Content Area: Geography Grade Level(s): 3-5 Content Standard Addressed: Maps Technology Standard Addressed: Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others. Selected Technology Tool: Brain Pop URL(s) to support the lesson (if
  Instructional Software Spring 2018_SJB Lesson Idea Name:  Latitude & Longitude Differentiated Content Area:  Geography Grade Level(s):  3-5  Content Standard Addressed:  Maps Technology Standard Addressed:   Students critically curate a variety of resources using digital tools to construct knowledge, produce creative artifacts and make meaningful learning experiences for themselves and others. Selected Technology Tool:  Brain Pop URL(s) to support the lesson (if applicable):   Type of Instructional Software: Drill and Practice ☒  Tutorial ☐  Simulation ☒  Instructional Game ☐  e-books/e-references Features of this software (check all that apply): ☒  Assessment Monitoring/Reporting ☐  Allows teacher to create customized lessons for students ☐  Multi-user or collaborative functions with others in the class ☐  Multi-user or collaborative with others outside the class ☒  Accessible to students beyond the school day ☒  Accessible via mobile devices ☒  Multiple languages ☐  Safety, security and/or privacy features Bloom’s Taxonomy Level(s):   ☒  Remembering ☒  Understanding ☒  Applying ☐  Analyzing ☐  Evaluating ☐  Creating Levels of Technology Integration (LoTi Level):  (Select the one best level) ☐  Level 1: Awareness ☒  Level 2: Exploration ☐  Level 3: Infusion ☐  Level 4: Integration ☐  Level 5: Expansion ☐  Level 6: Refinement Universal Design for Learning (UDL): I can create modified lesson plans using the instructional tools such as brain pop. It gives me options during my lesson to have students using different games and watching the interactive videos, with quizzes that I can create and modify to fit well in my classroom 1. Lesson idea implementation:    As a warm up, read or display these 3 sentences for students: My house is close to the mall; Joe’s house is on the corner of Maple Street and Elm Avenue; and My cousin’s house is in a small Texas town named Hamilton. Ask students which statement would be most useful in helping to find the house that’s mentioned? Encourage students to explain their thinking.  Instructional Software Spring 2018_SJB 2. What are some other ways to describe or share locations? Allow time for student responses/discussion. 3. Guide students to recall prior lessons on grid maps and latitude/longitude. You may want to use the Vocabulary page to help. Remind students that the maps they've used previously had letters across the top (flat) numbers going down the side (steps) of the grid. Today, they will replace those items with degrees of latitude and longitude. 4. Play the Latitude and Longitude Brain Pop video for the class. Pause at key words and explanations. 5. Provide differentiated guided practice and/or independent practice activities. Below-grade-level students can play the Message in a Bottle and describe latitude and longitude using the map from the activity. On-grade-level students can synthesize a map using an adaptation of the Where in the World game and compare and contrast absolute location; relative location; latitude; and longitude. Above-grade-level students can analyze the Latitude and Longitude Activity and draw conclusions for the best usage of absolute location, relative location, latitude and longitude in real life situations. 6. As an exit ticket, have students share 2 things they learned in this lesson with the class. Reflective Practice: I think that the lesson can be very informative and fun for students. It also captures their attention by the use of technology in the classroom. The lesson can be very helpful to students, because it uses repetition and reward for understanding and applying. It also meets the ITSE Standards for technology and can create a positive learning environment for the students.
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