Food and Languages 6
Teachers: Amy Gigler, Kellie Meyer, Maura Zang
Project Children L.E.A.D. Director: Dr. Vincenne Revilla Beltran
Subject Area: Diversity, Language Arts/History
Grade level: Pre-Kindergarten (Ages 4-5)
Length of Lesson: 30 minutes, Day 3 of 7
Learning Goals: The students will differentiate the German flag from the American flag.
1.9 Teachers actively teach children social, communication, and emotional regulation skills
Using Instruction to Deepen Children's Understanding and Build their Skills and Knowledge
Teachers help children identify and use prior knowledge. They provide experiences that extend and challenge children's current understandings
Communicate Ideas, Experiences, and Feeling for a Variety of Purposes
2.5 Initiate and responds appropriately in conversation and discussion with adults and children
Objective: The students will be able to identify the German flag.
Black, Red, and Yellow felt
Adaptations to Differentiate Instruction: The class will be given pictures of the German flag if they wish to color one instead of using felt.
Procedure: "The German Flag"
The class will be introduced to the German flag.
The class will then look and the differences and similarities between the German flag and the American flag.
The class will be given black, red, and yellow felt pieces to create their own German flag.
Key Experiences: Creative Representation, Fine Motor Skills