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Which subjectComputer science
What topicGoogle Slides
What length (min)30
What age groupYear or Grade 3
Class size20
What curriculum
Include full script
Check previous homework
Ask some students to presents their homework
Add a physical break
Add group activities
Include homework
Show correct answers
Prepare slides
Number of slides5
Create fill-in cards for students
Create creative backup tasks for unexpected moments

Lesson plan

Topic

Google Slides

Objectives

Materials

Grade/Age Group

Year or Grade 3, students aged 8-9 years old.

National Curriculum

This lesson corresponds to the national curriculum for computer science, specifically within the strand of Digital Literacy.

Lesson Structure

Step Number Step Title Length Details
1 Introduction 2 minutes Teacher greets the students and explains the objective of the lesson.
2 Watch Prepared Video 5 minutes Students watch a video tutorial that provides a general introduction to Google Slides.
3 Explain Features 5 minutes Teacher explains in detail the different features of Google Slides including text, images, videos, and animations.
4 Hands-on Practice 10 minutes Students work individually on a predetermined worksheet to apply the different features of Google Slides.
5 Group Task 5 minutes Students work in groups of five to create a presentation on a given topic using the features of Google Slides.
6 Sharing and Presentation 3 minutes Students share their completed presentations with their group members.
7 Assessment and Homework 5 minutes Teacher assesses the work of the students and gives out homework which must be completed and submitted for assessment the following class.

Homework

Students will be required to create a presentation on a topic of their choice using the features of Google Slides. The homework must be submitted to the teacher via email or uploaded to the school learning management system for assessment. There is no need to present it in front of the class.

Conclusion

In conclusion, this lesson is designed to teach students how to use Google Slides to create presentations. The lesson structure ensures that students have sufficient time to understand, apply, and practice the features of Google Slides in preparation for their homework.

Lesson script

Good morning/afternoon class! Today we will be learning how to create a presentation using Google Slides.

Watch Prepared Video

Let's start by watching a video tutorial that provides a general introduction to Google Slides.

Explain Features

Now that we've watched the video, let's dive a little deeper into the different features of Google Slides. We will be going over how to add text, images, videos, and animations to our presentation.

Hands-on Practice

Alright, it's time to get some hands-on practice. Open up your computers or tablets and find the predetermined worksheet. You will have 10 minutes to apply the different features of Google Slides.

Group Task

Now that you've had some practice, it's time for a group task. Get into groups of five and create a presentation on a given topic using the features of Google Slides.

Sharing and Presentation

Great job everyone! Now it's time to share your completed presentations with your group members.

Assessment and Homework

Before we wrap up, it's time for some assessment. I will be evaluating your work and giving out homework which must be completed and submitted for assessment the following class.

Homework

Your homework for tonight is to create a presentation on a topic of your choice using the features of Google Slides. Please submit it to me via email or upload it to our school learning management system.

Conclusion

Thank you everyone for participating in today's lesson on Google Slides. I hope that you've learned a lot and are excited to start creating your own presentations!

Slides

|--------------|---------------------|----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | 1 | {Image: Google Slides main page} | Introduction | | 2 | {Image: Adding text to slide} | Adding Text to your slide | | 3 | {Image: Adding images to slide} | Adding Images, Videos and Animations | | 4 | {Image: Group task} | Group task to create a presentation | | 5 | {Image: Sharing presentation} | Sharing and Presentation |

Note: On slide number 1, a suitable introductory image can be used for the introduction. On slide number 2, a screenshot of adding text to a Google slide can be used. On slide number 3, an image can be used with screenshots to show how to add images, videos, and animations. On Slide number 4, an image of group activity or people working together can be used while on slide 5, an image of a person presenting infront of a group can be used.