Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Narrative template
Name:Emily FrederickNarrative for PowerPoint ProjectState Standards Addressed2.8.K.A-Use concrete objects to demonstrate understanding of equal andnot equal.Who is your Audience? A kindergarten class is my audienceWhere and what do you teach? I teach a kindergarten class in a rural area. I cover all subject areas, but this lesson focuses on mathematics.What will they have learned or should be able to do prior to this activity? Students will already know the number names and values for the numbers 1 through 10 as well as the primary and secondary color names.What will the students do and learn? (Smart Objectives) Students will be able to demonstrate understanding of equal and not equal. They will go through the PowerPoint by themselves while using paper manipulatives if needed to determine if certain groups of objects are equal or not equal.What is the purpose of the PowerPoint? The PowerPoint is to be used as a closure activity to see what the students have learned and to help them if they did not understand the concept.Which part of the lesson will the PowerPoint anchor? The PowerPoint will be used during the closure.How will you know they meet your objectives? I will know the students met my objectives when they have completed the PowerPoint.What Risks did you take in the creation of this project? Risks I took creating this PowerPoint were the complex timing of transitions and animations as well as the use of narration. I have never added narration to a PowerPoint before.