How To Eat An Oreo Cookie

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Content Area(s):  
Grade Level(s):  
Oregon Common Core State Standards: 
EL.03.WR.03
EL.03.WR.05
EL.03.WR.07
ET.1 Creativity and Innovation: Students demonstrate creative thinking and problem solving skills to develop innovative products and processes using (digital) technology.
ET.2.A Interact and collaborate with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media.
ET.2.B Effectively communicate and publish to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.
ET.2.C Engage with learners from other cultures to develop cultural understanding and global awareness.
Lesson Plan Details
Duration: 
1 week
Objective: 
The students will use the flip cameras to video how to eat an Oreo Cookie. The students will have written a descriptive how to paper first, then created a story board of what they will show in their video. After recording a partner, each student will download their video to the laptop, share and share it with the class.
Resources: 
Flip cameras and laptop computers
Preparation: 

Prior to instruction, the teacher needs to...

1. Have students practice with the flip cameras. Mostly holding still and getting a good shot of the person they are recording along with good sound.

2. Make sure each student has completed their how to paper and a story board of the four main parts they are going to video.

3. Have the students practice what they are going to say.

Instruction: 

In this lesson, the teacher will...

Help students edit and practice thier recording lines.

Provide any props needed.

Provide a quiet place for partners to record.

Help with downloading and viewing each video as a class.

 

 

Assessment: 

I used the Oregon State Writing Scoring Guide to score their written papers. I used a simple teacher made check off sheet for the videos since it was the first time 3rd graders had used the flip cameras. I didn not grade on quality, but cooperation, proper use of the technology and cooperation and completion. Attached is my check off page.

Oregon Educational Technology Standards
Creativity and Innovation: 
1A. Apply existing knowledge to forecast possibilities and generate new ideas, products or processes.
1B. Create original works as a means of personal or group expression.
1C. Develop or apply models and simulations to explore complex systems, issues and trends.
Communication and Collaboration: 
2A. Interact and collaborate with peers, experts, or others employing a variety of digital environments and media.
2B. Effectively communicate and publish to multiple audiences using a variety of media and formats.
2D. Contribute to project teams. Produce original works or solve problems in a team setting.
Research and Information Fluency: 
3A. Plan strategies to guide inquiry.
3B. Locate, organize and use information ethically from a variety of sources and media.
3C. Evaluate and select information sources and digital tools based on the appropriateness to specific tasks.
3D. Analyze, evaluate, and summarize information or data and report results.
Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making: 
4A. Identify and define authentic problems and significant questions for investigation.
4B. Plan and manage activities to develop a solution or complete a project.
4C. Collect and analyze data to identify solutions and or make informed decisions.
4D. Use multiple processes and diverse perspectives to explore alternative solutions.
Digital Citizenship: 
5A. Advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and digital technology.
5B. Model and practice a positive attitude toward using digital technology that supports collaboration, learning, and productivity.
5C. Demonstrate personal responsibility for lifelong learning.
Technology Operations and Concepts: 
6A. Select, use, and troubleshoot tools efficiently.
6B. Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies.
Career Related Learning Standards
Personal Management: 
CR1A. Identify tasks that need to be done and initiate action to complete the tasks.
CR2A. Plan, organize, and complete projects and assigned tasks on time, meeting agreed upon standards of quality.
CR3A. Take responsibility for decisions and actions and anticipate consequences of decisions and actions.
CR4A. Maintain regular attendance and be on time.
Problem Solving: 
CR2E. Develop a plan to implement the selected course of action.
Communication: 
CR3A. Locate, process, and convey information using traditional and technological tools.
CR3B. Listen attentively and summarize key elements of verbal and non-verbal communication.
CR3C Give and receive feedback in a positive manner.
CR3F. Speak clearly, accurately and in a manner appropriate for the intended audience when giving oral instructions, technical reports and business communications.
Teamwork: 
CR4A. Identify different types of teams and roles within each type of team; describe why each role is important to effective teamwork.
CR4B. Demonstrate skills that improve team effectiveness (e.g., negotiation, compromise, consensus building, conflict management, shared decision making and goal-setting).
Employment Foundations: 
CR5A. Apply academic knowledge and technical skills in a career context.
CR5B. Select, apply, and maintain tools and technologies appropriate for the workplace.