1. Topic-
Des Corps (The Body)
2. Content-
La tÊte (head), les cheveux (hair), les oreilles (ears), les yeux (eyes), la bouche (mouth), le nez (nose).
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. To introduce students to 6 new vocabulary words relating to Des Corps.
2. To practice new vocabulary in partner groupings.
3. For students to become familiar with a new kind of game and follow expectations for behavior.
4. Objectives-
1. Students will participate in labeling of new vocabulary.
2. Students will attempt to label new vocabulary in a partner group game.
5. Materials and Aids-
SMARTboard Notebook file: Des Corps
Des Corps dice (8)
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1. Routine: Bonjour song and Comment �sa va? survey.
2. Introduction of new vocabulary using large, single images on the SMARTboard.
3. Students repeating vocabulary word as a group and individually when selected.

B. Development-

1. Song: Tête, epaules, genoux, pieds (Head, shoulders, knees and feet).
2. Repeated identification of body parts using own body.
3. Model: Rolling Des Corps dice and labeling parts with a partner.

C. Practice-

1. Partner Groups: Rolling Des Corps dice and labeling with a partner.

D. Independent Practice-

1. Not at this time - to be developed with increased vocabulary practice. Will be oral/aural production using Mr. Potato-head game.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1. Seating preference and monitored partnering for high needs student (Breckin)
2. Frequent monitoring of students prone to off-task behavior.

F. Checking for understanding-

1. Monitoring of correct oral production during whole class and partner group activities.
2. Anecdotal reporting of responses to ensure a variety of oral production.

G. Closure-

1. Using appropriate vocabulary accompanied by gestures to clean up the game.
2. Au revoir!
7. Evaluation-
1. Anecdotal notes (Kindergarten FSL is not formally assessed for reporting purposes).
8. Teacher Reflection-
As an introduction to Des Corps I felt the lesson was successful with the exception of some off-task behavior. from a couple of partner groups during our game.

In the future, I will be assigning partner groups with this in mind, as well as partnering of strong with weak students.

In addition to my own modeling with a student, I think I would also incorporate a modeling by a partner group to reinforce the expectations.

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