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SIOP Lesson Plan Template 2

STANDARDS: S3.B.1.1.2: Classify living things based on their similarities and differences.
THEME: Science
LESSON TOPIC: Classification of Animals
OBJECTIVES:
Language:
Name types of mammals and reptiles
Differentiate characteristics of animals through verbal explanation
Writing facts about mammals and reptiles

Content:
Students will be able to classify animals as being either warm blooded or cold blooded
Student will be able to identify characteristics of both mammals and reptiles

LEARNING STRATEGIES: Hands- on activity- sorting plastic animals


Daily repetition and reinforcement
Daily observations, comparisons, and sharing discussions

KEY VOCABULARY: Mammals, Reptiles, Warm/Cold blooded & Classification


MATERIALS: Plastic animals, mensa chart & worksheet
MOTIVATION:
(Building background)
Students will be given a chart and will have to answer the questions as well as they can
(questions will include where the animals live, the type of skin they have, and if they lay babies or
eggs)

PRESENTATION:
(Language and content objectives, comprehensible input, strategies, interaction, feedback)
Teacher will show powerpoint to class- powerpoint will contain information on both mammals and
reptiles. In the powerpoint teacher will address the vocabulary words (mammals, reptiles
warm/cold blooded, and classification). Teacher will distribute cut out animals to the class. The
student will be given an animal face (mammal and reptile). They will open the flap of the animals
and write the facts about them that we mentioned in the presentation.

PRACTICE AND APPLICATION:


(Meaningful activities, interaction, strategies, practice and application, feedback)
Plastic animals
Chart on animals (handout)
Animal face fact book

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SIOP Lesson Plan Template 2


REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT:
(Review objectives and vocabulary, assess learning)
Teacher will assess the skills of the students by their verbal responses to the questions to key
vocabulary, and their ability to differentiate between mammals and reptiles and explain important
characteristics of the animals. Teacher will then give a handout to the class in which they are
required to answer questions about mammals and reptiles. Teacher will be able to assess their
understanding after going over the responses to the worksheet. Teacher will assess what the
students with a higher order thinking question that asks them, "What would happen if you
switched a crocodile's habitat with a dolphin's habitat, and vice versa". This will help them think
about why certain animals have the characteristics they do, and why certain characteristics that
animals have make them fit to live in the areas that they do.

EXTENSION:
Teacher will show the student a new animal and ask the student if the animal is either a mammal
or a reptile. Because the newly introduced animal is an amphibian, student will assume the animal
is a reptile since amphibians and reptiles share similar characteristics. Teacher wil explain to the
student that the animal is an amphibian, and state the reasons why. Teacher will explain how an
amphibian is different from a reptile.
(Reproduction of this material is restricted to use with Echevarria, Vogt, and Short, 2008. Making Content
Comprehensible for English Learners: The SIOP Model.)

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