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Graciele Joie P.

Reganit
ECEDSPD L81
LESSON PLAN FOR A CHILD WITH ADD
PLACEMENT OPTION
Special Class
This student would thrive more in a special classroom rather than in a typical classroom. The
teacher needs to focus on him because he cannot focus. Also, he will be able to disturb his
classmates school performance if he cannot pay attention since the teacher has her attention on
him most of the time. His classmates will be disturbed and there would be no learning that will
happen the classroom.

METHOD CONNECTION
1. Accommodation
Seating
Away from the windows
Right in front of teachers desk
School Works
Oral
Divide work into segments
Accept late works
2. Reward over punishment
I would use rewards rather than punishments for this student. Luman, et. al. (2012) suggest that
children with ADHD display an heightened sensitivity to reward compared to typical controls.
This is also backed up by the study of van Meel, et. al. (2011) wherein they said that children
with ADHD are more governed by reward.

TARGET CONCEPT
Language Arts

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
To develop language through oral expression and picture reading
To create art using the book as an inspiration
To appreciate books as a tool for learning and entertainment

ENROUTE OBJECTIVES
To use the pictures to make a story
To use a book that s/hes interested in to develop love for reading
To use a book that is beautifully drawn to elicit inspiration to make art

Ang Barumbadong Bus by Rene Villanueva


Word Bank (10 minutes)
Present pictures of the different vehicles in the story, and ask them what vehicle it is.

Picture reading with the class (20 minutes)


Covering the books text, teacher will ask the students to make stories about the picture, like
what they think is happening or what the character is doing.

Storytelling (10 minutes)


Teacher will read the story to the class and ask the children motivation questions, or questions
that are centered on their experiences that are alike with the characters.

Playacting (20 minutes)


The students will act out the events from the book while the teacher reads the story aloud.

Art Integration (15 minutes)


Ask them to draw their favorite part of the story and share to the class.
References
Luman, M. et. al. (2012). Reward and punishment sensitivity in children with ADHD: validating
the sensitivity to punishment and sensitivity to reward questionnaire for children (SPSRQ-C).
Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3268965/

Segal, J. et. al. (2016). Teaching students with ADHD. Retrieved from
https://www.helpguide.org/articles/add-adhd/teaching-students-with-adhd-attention-deficit-
disorder.htm

Teaching children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: instructional strategies and
practices. (2008). U.S. Department of Education. Retrieved from
https://www2.ed.gov/rschstat/research/pubs/adhd/adhd-teaching-2008.pdf

van Meel, C.S. (2011). ERPs associated with monitoring and evaluation of monetary reward and
punishment in children with ADHD. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Retrieved from
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jaap_Oosterlaan/publication/49736961_ERPs_associated_
with_monitoring_and_evaluation_of_monetary_reward_and_punishment_in_children_with_Atte
ntion_Deficit_Hyperactive_Disorder_ADHD/links/00b7d51c986c386430000000.pdf