DAILY LESSON PLAN
Name: Elizabeth C. May Grade: Elementary
I. TOPIC: Colores del mund
II. OBJECTIVES: Students will identify colors of realia objects. Students will make
coloring book pages with object names and Spanish color labels.
a. Traveling Suitcase
IV. TEACHING PROCEDURES
a. Introduction: Remember our friend Roy G. Biv? In Mexico, we might call him
Raav Am. Let's see why.
b. Developmental Activities: Students will write and pronounce the color words:
rojo, anaranjado, amarillo, verde, azul, morado. After being shown the artifacts
from the traveling suitcase, students will then practice writing the color words
seen on individual artifacts. Students will make a line drawing of one artifact and
label it with Spanish color words. They will write their observations, i.e. "El
huipil es blancoy rosado. They will then exchange pictures and color them,
saying the color word aloud.
c. Closure: Now you can talk about your world in living colors.
V. LESSON EVALUATION: Students will create a coloring sheet labeled with Spanish
colors. Students will trade and color the sheet with appropriate colors.
VI. ANTICIPATED TIME USE TEACHER ACTIVITY STUDENT ACTIVITY
Beginning review (:03) Review English colors. Repeat English colors.
Activity (:25) Distribute materials. Prepare workspace.
Present realia. Identify colors and
Check for draw realia, labeling
understanding. with the Spanish color
word. Color pictures.
b. Sunshine State (SSS)
LA.B.2.2.1 The student writes to communicate ideas and information effectively.
VA.A. 1.2.1, 2, and 4 The student understand and applies media, techniques, and
VA.B. 1.2.1 and 4 The student creates and communicates a range of subject matter,
symbols, and ideas using knowledge of structures and functions of visual arts.
VA.C. 1.2.1 and 2 the student understands the visual arts in relation to history and
VA.D.1.2.2 and 3 The student assesses, evaluates, and responds to the characteristics
of works of art.