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Teaching Elementary Reading

by: Ila Krajcik IV

Teaching Elementary Reading EDU 382

Ila Krajcik IV
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ila Krajcik IV on Wednesday October 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDU 382 at Wake Forest University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see /class/230760/edu-382-wake-forest-university in Education and Teacher Studies at Wake Forest University.

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Date Created: 10/28/15
Anna O Brien Nicole Castronuova EDU 382 Grade Level Second Grade Lesson Topic and Subject Social Studies 7 Producers Consumers Goods and Services Lesson Goals I know you all learned about money and coins and how much they cost last quarter and hopefully you all remember the chapter on producers and consumers we discussed last week Well today we are going to talk more about producers and consumers Every day people use money to buy things called goods and services The people that buy these things are called consumers and the people that make them are producers We re going to read a book that follows a piece of money on a journey and talk about the consumers and producers it meets along the way so we can get a better understanding of what roles they play in the real world NCSCOS Objectives CG7 The learner will apply basic economic concepts and evaluate the use of economic resources within communities 701 Distinguish between producers and consumers and identify ways people are both producers and consumers 702 Distinguish between goods produced and services provided in communities MaterialsEquipment 1 Book Follow the Money by Loreen Leedy 2 Pictures of goods services producers and consumers 3 Clothing for scenarios 4 Job descriptions 5 Blank index cards Procedures 1 Read the book Follow the Money by Loreen Leedy Stop on pages to have students identify coin names and amounts Ask students to clarify economic vocabulary such as penny pincher and roll of coins After discussing the story explain to the students that each time the money went somewhere different someone received a good or a service Go back through the book and find examples of goods and services Page 9 the clown produces a good Page 21 the parakeet is a good Page 27 the employee provides a service Explain that a good is something that you can hold in your hand and a service is something that you receive such as getting your hair cut or doing your laundry All the people that get these goods and services are consumers and the people that provide and make the goods and services are producers Take volunteers from the class to act out scenarios give them costumes according to their role Chef 7Wearing apron producer selling a good Professional Basketball Player 7 N E 4 V39 wearing jersey producer providing a service Clothing shopper sunglasses and bagsclothes on hangers consumer buying a good Construction Worker 7 belt and hat producer providing a service Grocery shopper consumer buying goods Have each actor read a description of their job and have the class guess what they are After the role is determined ask the class if the actor is a producer or consumer If they are a producer what are they producing After scenarios are portrayed students will return back to their seats at their tables of four They will be given pictures of various producers consumers goods and services along with index cards to write category headings Each group should have a recorder and reporter The student with the index cards on their desk will be the recorder the student with the pictures on their desk will be the reporter Students should group pictures into categories that they determine The words Producer Consumer Good and Service will be written on the board for reference Teachers will walk around and help students and clarify if needed Each reporter will explain how their group organized their pictures If there any misconceptions we will discuss If there s time go through the typical day of a second grader and discuss when they act as consumers and producers and when they get goods and services Bus driver is a producer providing a service Student is a consumer riding the bus Teacher is providing service Student is a consumer learning Sharing snack is producing a good Eating snack is consuming Lunch lady produces a good Student is consumer buying lunch Librarian is producer of book Student is consumer Ask students what they want to be when they grow up What would they produce A good or a service Who would use it Assessment 1 Diagnostic 7First question asking whether the students have ever heard of a good or a service and a producer or consumer 2 Formative 7 Listening in on partner discussions during scenarios 3 Summative 7 Grouping pictures into categories and providing an explanation Class discussion on when students have personally been producers and consumers Accommodations Choose volunteers for scenarios that are comfortable reading and being in front of the class For ELL make sure all pictures are thoroughly explained before activity so that all students understand the job description that is being depicted Scenarios I have a job where I work in a kitchen all day I like to cook dinners for everyone at my restaurant What is my job I have a job where I build houses for a living I m a handyman and am good with tools I work outside and I have to wear this hard hat What is my job For my job you can nd me on the basketball court with my team At nights people come to watch me play and cheer me on What is my job I love to go to the mall and spend money I love trying on clothes at all the stores What am I I am in charge of buying the food for my family I make a list and use it when I go shopping What am I


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