DAILY LESSON PLAN
Name: Elizabeth C. May
I. ITOPIC: Simbolismo de colorss|
II. OBJECTIVES: Students will make observations on symbolism and colors of images.
a. Traveling suitcase realia-handicrafts
IV. TEACHING PROCEDURES
a. Introduction: Let's think about the uses of color in all areas of our lives. At
home, we use color to decorate. At school, we use color to organize. When we
play, colors differentiate between teams. Thinking in terms of symbolism, what
ideas do we associate with different colors? What other ways do we create
symbolism? Think about the eagle, the orange, the beach, the barracuda (your
school mascot). Which represents your county, city, nation, and state?
b. Developmental Activities: Students will remove realia from the "suitcase,"
making a descriptive statement in the target language. Students will chart
artifacts and colors and write their observations.
c. Closure: We attach meaning to the world around us using color. The colors and
artifacts here were chosen by this culture to form its identity.
V. LESSON EVALUATION
Chart of artifacts, colors, and observations.
VI. ANTICIPATED TIME USE
Present lesson, draw
chart on board.
Present items to class.
Ask students to state
Fill in chart.
Compare to objects in your
Make corrections and
b. Sunshine State (SSS)
LA.B.1.4.1, 2, and 3 The student uses writing processes effectively.
LA.B.2.4.1, 2, and 3 The student writes to communicate ideas and information