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Part 1: Weekly Lesson Plan
For Part 1 of this project, you must create a one-week lesson plan around a culturally diverse theme for a classroom of preschool children. Your lesson plan will incorporate the concept of multiculturalism into each of the core curriculum areas.
If you’re completing this assignment as a retake, you must decide on five new countries or cultures, and then plan all new activities in your work. You may not reuse any of the same countries or cultures or activities previously submitted as part of your Cultural Diversity graded assignments. Your work for this assignment must be original.
You’ll be submitting your project online, copy and paste the supplement Lesson Plan Template into a document file for your project. As you type your lesson plan into the template, the spaces will expand to fit your material.
Title Part 1 of your project “Lesson Plan.” Name your document file using your student information, like this: student number_exam number_last name_ first name.
When your lesson plan is complete, turn to Part 2.
Part 2: Detailed Activity Plan
Now that you’ve completed your weekly lesson plan, choose one of the days and provide a detailed activity plan worksheet for each activity that day. Use the Activity Plan Worksheet template located on your student portal or copy and use the one provided in this booklet. Complete a separate sheet for each activity.
Use every opportunity possible to include concepts about multiculturalism and diversity in your activities. For example, you might use your morning greeting to introduce the country of the day or the particular concept of diversity that you’ll highlight throughout your lessons, and your closing activities to prepare the students for the next day’s topics.
In addition, notice that lunch and snacks are included as part of the lesson plan. These are great opportunities for you and the children to experience culture and diversity, if you’ve planned well. The meals, snack, art, and language and literacy areas may also provide an opportunity for you to involve students’ parents in the classroom, as families share their own cultural past and particular artistic heritage.
You’ll be submitting your project online, download the supplement Activity Plan Worksheet and enter your responses electronically. Use one Activity Plan Worksheet per activity. As you type your lesson plan into the template, the spaces will expand to fit your material.