Lesson Plan Student: Perla Malik






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Lesson Plan
Student: Perla Malik Date: 2/16/09

Subject: Spanish Topic: Dinosaurs Grade: 10-12

Allocated Time: 45 Minutes

Student Population: 30

State Standards: (Specific Number and Exact wording)

Standard 1.2: Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

Standard 3.1: Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the foreign language.

Goals for Understanding: To read a non-fiction paper about dinosaur’s extinction, lean new vocabulary, and to re-tell the reading through drawings.
Instructional Objective (Statement): Students will be able to read and interpret information about dinosaur extinction in Spanish.


Student Behaviors

To read the one page non-fiction paper.
To draw a picture to represent one sentence of the reading.
To participate in reading re-telling and to work cooperatively.

Sources of Evidence

Paper is read as a class, translating sentences with teacher’s guidance.
Students draw pictures to represent a sentence from the reading.



Criteria for Evaluation

Students follow directions.
Students place drawings on the board using magnets, as they hear their sentence read by the teacher.
Students re-tell the reading by the drawings’ sequence.





Teaching to the Objective

Estimated Time:

Teaching to the Objective

Differentiation :(Required for each section)

5 minutes
5 minutes


20 minutes

7 minutes

8 minutes

Introduction/Motivation/Prior Knowledge: Talk about what they already know about dinosaurs, life, and extinction. Various extinction theories. Distribute reading and vocabulary.

Read and explain reading vocabulary.


Developmental Activities: Read and interpret the reading. Teacher gives each student a paper strip with a sentence of the reading, and explains what the sentence means. Students draw a picture that represents the meaning of the sentence on a piece of oak-tag, and glue the sentence on the back.

Then, the teacher reads the paper to the class, and as she reads, the students listen attentively for their sentence. Once their sentence is read, the students get up and place the oak-tag on the board with a magnet in the order that the sentences are read.

Closure: Students take turns to re-tell the reading using the drawings on the board. Theory of extinction is stated.
Students play a vocabulary game prepared by the teacher online.

Students could draw a scene of dinosaur’s life and extinction.

Students may draw a picture of vocabulary words, or write a sentence that explains the word.
Students may search the internet for more information on dinosaur’s life and extinction.

Students may share with the class their findings on the internet and show their scene drawings to the class.



Follow-Up: Next class, for the warm-up, students will answer five questions about the reading.
Materials: Oak-tag, crayons, color pencils, and magnets.
Resources: Reading hand-out, vocabulary list, and the educational Web Site “linguazone.com”

La Extinción de los dinosaurios


Existen muchas hipótesis para explicar la extinción de los dinosaurios. Una de esas hipótesis y la más aceptada actualmente es la de Colisión de un asteroide. Esta hipótesis propuesta por el físico estadounidense Luis Walter Álvarez y su hijo, el geólogo Walter Álvarez, explica que la gran extinción de finales del período Cretácico comenzó con la caída de un bólido a la tierra. Este meteorito habría hecho impacto en la península de Yucatán, México, hace aproximadamente 65.5 millones de años. El impacto de este meteorito creó el cráter de Chicxulub de 170 kilómetros de diámetro, provocando una cadena de extinciones en masa. Álvarez notó un aumento repentino de los niveles registrados de iridio—elemento abundante en cierta clase de meteoritos—a escala global en el estrato de rocas correspondientes al período Cretácico. Los científicos no saben que tan pronto se extinguieron los dinosaurios, pero muchos consideran que podrían haber existido dinosaurios aún a principios del período Cenozoico.
Vocabulary list


1. asteroide 1. asteroid
2. cretácico 2. cretaceous
3. bólido 3. bolide
4. cadena 4. chain
5. masa 5. mass
6. aumento 6. increase
7. niveles 7. levels
8. iridio 8. iridium
9. principios 9. beginnigs
10. cenozoico 10. cenozoic

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