
1. Topic

Theories of Motivation: Maslow's Hierarchy 


2. Content

Today, the class is going to be introduced to Maslow's hierarchy
of needs, and how it ties into our daily lives while in school,society
and in the workplace. 


3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes

1. Introduce students to Abraham Maslow, and what his theory focused
on.
2.Hand out worksheets, that will be filled out during PowerPoint presentation.
3.By using examples, help students be able to relate to the pyramid
and how it may be used in your everyday lives. 


4. Objectives

1.There will be blank spaces in worksheet, that the students will
need to look for during the PowerPoint presentation
2.After finishing PowerPoint, discuss about the Pyramid and how it
may relate to themselves
3. Give them the assignment question 


5. Materials and Aids

Article
Computer (PowerPoint), Worksheet
Assignment
Markers/Pens 


6. Procedures/Methods

A. Introduction
1.Introduce an Article that focuses on Abraham Maslow, and his theory
based on Maslow's hierarchy.
2. Pose questions
3. Draw Maslow's pyramid on the board. 


B. Development
1. Ask students what level of the pyramid may represent, you may
refer to article.
2. After discussing, open up PowerPoint
3. Hand out PowerPoint worksheet.



C. Practice
1. Start going through PowerPoint, while students write down the
answers.
2. Pose possible questions that may arise during presentation.
3. Discuss how it may relate to themselves and their daily lives 


D. Independent Practice
1.Ask students if they have any possible questions about lesson/Abraham
Maslow
2.Hand out assignment sheet, explain instructions.
3.Let students do the assignment. 


E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)
1.Assignment is due at the end of class
2.Try to keep the class focused on the assignment
3.Let them refer to worksheet 


F. Checking for understanding
1.Ask students which level can they relate to the most.
2. Offer help.
3. If you see a student distracted, try to ask them what they're topic
is for their assignment. 


G. Closure
1.Give a ten minute warning, before the assignment is due.
2.Hand in assignment. 


7. Evaluation

1.See how students refer to worksheet
2.See how well they complete their assignment, after prior discussions
and presentation. 

