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1 Page 1 of 5 Shannon Bates, Sandra Blefko, Robin Britt Objective/s: Demonstrate physical care in relation to needs. Assessment/s: Demonstrations, formative assessments, personal reflections Learner Objectives: The learner will demonstrate how to mix baby formula using the correct proportions. State Standards Correlation: Examine physical development during the first year. UDL Plan Template Instructor: Group 4 Subject: Parenting & Child Development Grade 9 th -12 th expecting mothers participating in a Parenting & Child Development class. UDL Applications Key: Representation Engagement Expression Preplanning Activities : set up cooking /science lab with the following; bottle, water, formula, measuring cups and spoons, create posters with step by step directions, create word walls, written on the dry easel board with the bell ringer warm up, learning question, Element Setup & Opening Essential Question(s): (with key questions if necessary) Procedures Time What is the teacher doing? Bell Ringer: Why do you think there are different types of formulas for infants? Warm Up: Look at the different cans of formula and compare and contrast the different. Write your thoughts sin your baby journal. Learning Question: Would you know how to select and mix formula for your infant? Wall Words: Formula, proportions, ounces Teacher is orally questioning and referencing the board. Teacher introduces vocabulary words, for the word wall. What are the doing? Students are taking notes in their baby journals Students are reading the labels on the various types of formal cans with in the cooking/ science lab. Materials Student s Baby journals Dry Easel Board Different types of can s of formula. Word Wall and art materials

2 Page 2 of 5 Shannon Bates, Sandra Blefko, Robin Britt Teaching Strategies /Graphic organizer/ Hands-on/ Modeling Partnering Practice(TG) Independent(SG) Cooperative Groups Distributed Practice CITW Instruction/ Processing/ Application: Body Teacher Input Teacher will discuss with the different types of formula and the reason for following the mixing instructions on the can. Students and teachers will review information written on their baby journals Together teachers and will read instructions orally. The teacher will demonstrate to the class how to correctly mix formula. Assuming a baby drinks four 8oz. bottles per day, the teacher will demonstrate to the how much formula a baby is short, if each scoop for not all four bottles are level. Students will see, that nearly one entire bottle reflecting only water. Teacher is Demonstrating how to correctly mix formula, and asking to make predictions. Define terns with Teacher walks around room and monitoring student progress and offering help when needed During teacher input, participate in class discussion; take notes in their Baby journals on how to mix formula correctly and the definitions of the vocabulary terns. Students will work with their science /cooking lab partners and practice mixing formula. Both teacher and will need formula measuring cups and spoons, running water baby bottles Teachers explain the vocabulary terms formula, proportions, and ounces. Guided Practice Work through with the math lesson (1 scoop = 2 oz of water) for a 2 oz, 4 oz, 6 oz, and 8 oz bottle. Students will work with partners in the cooking /

3 Page 3 of 5 Shannon Bates, Sandra Blefko, Robin Britt science lab with the assistance of teacher. Extended Practice Refine Activity: (thinking skills and/or writing prompts) Closing Summarizing Strategies: (ex. Ticket Out the Door 3-2-1, Etc Answer the essential Question) Using the vocabulary terms, formula, proportions, ounces, the will write the definition, draw a picture to represent the word, and write the word in a sentence. Ticket out: Why is it important to properly mix formula bottles according to label directions? Students will write their response and hand it to the teacher at the end of class. Review terns with Teacher will read question orally Create a word wall poster. Students will write the word, definition, and draw a picture that represents the word Students read silently Word wall Markers, crayons, handouts. Construction paper Ticket out handout. Possible Learner Barriers: Students have difficulty taking notes when the teacher is lecturing Some my struggle with basic mathematic formulas used to measure Some may not be able to pour and measure Possible Solutions Teacher made handout/ notes with colored pencils and or highlighters to use to circle highlight and underline keys terms. Partner with stronger math skills with a student who struggle with math, have pictorial representation within the cooking lab with the systematic directions to mixing formula with the math mathematic formula. Students can work with a peer that can help with the fine motor skills.

4 Page 4 of 5 Shannon Bates, Sandra Blefko, Robin Britt Representation Engagement Possible UDL Applications for Extension Low Tech: List objectives, questions, math problems, directions, etc., on dry easel board. High- Tech: Use power point projector, use a video clip or commercial about baby care and formula use, etc. Low- Tech: Students will practice formula mixing with the assistance of recipe cards written on poster board with words and pictures. High Tech: Use a video clip on an I-Pod/ cell phone or lab top on illustrating formula mixing. Expression Low-Tech: Students can write their response in the journal, use Cornell note taking style, graphic organizers and thinking maps to organize ideas. High Tech: Students can illustrate their directions of formula mixing, definitions of terms, etc in a student made power point presentation and / or video imaging through cell phone of digital camera use.

5 Page 5 of 5 Shannon Bates, Sandra Blefko, Robin Britt Level III: A few will mix baby formula with little to no peer and teacher help, and the will learn the importance of properly mixing bottles according to label directions. Level II: Some will mix baby formula with peer and teacher help, and the will learn the importance of properly mixing formula bottles according to label directions. Level 1: All will learn the importance of properly mixing formula bottles according to label directions

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