Subject: Taking turns
1. Topic-
Taking Turns
2. Content-
My turn you turn
taking turns
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1. Student will to take turns with others.100% of the time.
2.Student will use the methods learned take turns with others. 95% of the time.
3.Student will not meltdown when its time to take turns on his favorite center(computers) 95% of the time.
4. Objectives-
1.To teach Student the proper way to take turns.
2. Student will see the methods used to take turns with others.
3.To teach Student to wait his turn.
5. Materials and Aids-
Co- operative games( Candy land).
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

Student will be read a social story about taking turns with others. Since he is not able to read yet, the teacher/assistant will read the story to him and show him pictures of the characters modeling the proper behavior. In two weeks, Student should be able to take turns with others using visual/ verbal prompts. In four weeks, Student should be able to take turns with others using visual prompts when needed.

B. Development-

1.Social stories will be read to Student about taking turns.
2.Videos will be shown to Student of people modeling taking turns.
3.Peer modeling will be used to display the proper ways to take turns.

C. Practice-

1.We will practice taking turns during his favorite center(computers).
2.We will also practice taking turns during activities that require turn taking.

D. Independent Practice-

After Student has been taught and mastered the proper methods of taking turns, the teacher/ assistant will observe him during any activity that requires him to take turns. They will use verbal prompting or reintroduce the lesson on an as needed basis.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Visuals of taking turns will be displayed in the classroom depicting taking turns.
2.Bubble gum rewards chart will be used.
3.Favorite objects and activities will be used that require taking turns.

F. Checking for understanding-

After the lesson, the teacher/ assistant will discuss and ask him questions about what was learned.

G. Closure-

Student will get to color in the number of bubble gum balls on the chart that the teacher/assistant tells him to. Once the amount is reached, he will receive the of gumballs he has earned from the teacher/assistant.
7. Evaluation-
Student's success will be measured by teacher/assistant through observation keeping track of how many times he models the correct/ incorrect (including meltdowns)methods of taking turns. Behavior data chart.
8. Teacher Reflection-
I am only a substitute teacher, so I was not able to actually use this revised lesson plan. My original lesson plan did target this behavior. Student was reported to have taking turns with his class mates more often without protest or meltdowns, especially during computer center time.

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