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Teaching

Colors
Edu 214
Carol Hackney
October 13, 2019
Mrs. Olsen: Good Morning class
Students: Good Morning Mrs. Olsen
Mrs. Olsen: Today class we will be reviewing our
colors. Has Anyone ever seen a rainbow before?
Students: I have, I have
Mrs. Olsen: Do you remember what colors you saw in
the rainbow?
Students: Blue, green, red…umm
Mrs. Olsen: Well, today we will be learning about our
colors with the help of a PowerPoint
Mrs. Olsen: Can
Anyone come up and
name all the colors in
this rainbow?
Students: I can Mrs.
Olsen!
Mrs. Olsen: Ok Olivia,
come on up and name
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Olivia: Red, orange,
yellow, green, blue…..
Mrs. Olsen: Thank you
Olivia, go ahead and
Mrs. Olsen: Can anyone tell
me what this color is?
(pointing to the green swatch)
Student: Green
Mrs. Olsen: Great job!
Mrs. Olsen: Can anyone tell
me what this color is?
(pointing to the red swatch)
Student: Red
Mrs. Olsen: Exactly
Mrs. Olsen: Now moving on,
we will memorize the names
of the colors

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Mrs. Olsen: Who can tell me what
this word says?
Students: Red
Mrs. Olsen: Good, how about this
one?
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Mrs. Olsen: Great job

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RED
Mrs. Olsen: Can anyone name
something that is red?
Students: Apples, hearts, ladybugs
Mrs. Olsen: Now can you look around
the classroom and find something that
is red?
Students: You have a red cup, the
school house picture on the wall
Mrs. Olsen: Yes, very good!

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Mrs. Olsen: Can anyone tell me what color
all of these things are?
Students: BLUE!
Mrs. Olsen: That’s right, we have a blue
kite, a blue bird, a blue sky, blue flowers,
blueberries, water, a blue whale, and a
blue crayon. Now who knows what that
word says in the middle of the pictures?
Students: Blue
Mrs. Olsen: What
color are these
pumpkins?
Students:
Orange

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What is your
favorite
color?
Mrs. Olsen: so after
learning about all these
fun, pretty colors which
is your favorite color?
Students: Each students
tells their favorite color.
Mrs. Olsen: My favorite
color is…Green!

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Mrs. Olsen: Now class we are going to sing a song about all the
beautiful colors!
Mrs. Olsen: That was fun, right? Now
what I want you to do is grab the
Finishing worksheet that is on your desk and
cut and color the fish how its asks you

up the too, I will show you an example in a


minute. After this we will be going to
centers where you guys will be
lesson working on the iPads and computers
to finish the lesson on colors.
Special Education Modifications
This particular lesson has been designed with all students and
learning types in mind. If a student has a visual impairment, we will
have the vocabulary associated with this lesson available in braille
as well as a more descriptive version of the colors noted. If there is
a non-verbal student I will have the student write down their
answers or communicate how they usually do. With this being a
very early education subject, learners who are having a hard time
grasping the lesson can listen to the more advanced pupils in the
class and be shown examples of their work.