# Teacher Name: Tim Molinare

```San Francisco Unified School District
LESSON PLAN FORM – Classroom Teacher Applicant Version
Teacher Name: Tim Molinare
Subject: Math/Science
Unit Theme/Topic: working with measurements and units of flow
Lesson Title/
Water flow measurement in the home
Topic:
Date: June 11, 2014
SFUSD – HR Classroom Teacher Lesson Plan Form – modified by BTSA 13/14
Expected Student
Learning
Outcomes:
What will students know and be able to do as a result of this lesson? (Be Specific)
The understand the concept of Flow and its measurement.
The use units of flow to convert seconds per gallon to gallons per minute
Understand water usage under differing conditions
What is the language objective for this lesson?
SFUSD – HR Classroom Teacher Lesson Plan Form – modified by BTSA 13/14
Standards
Kindergarten
Physical Sciences
1.
Properties of materials can be observed, measured, and predicted. As a
basis for understanding this concept:
a.
Students know objects can be described in terms of the materials they
are made of (e.g., clay, cloth, paper) and their physical properties (e.g., color,
size, shape, weight, texture, flexibility, attraction to magnets, floating, sinking).
Investigation and Experimentation
4.
conducting careful investigations. As a basis for understanding this concept and
addressing the content in the other three strands, students should develop their
own questions and perform
investigations. Students will:
a.
Observe common objects by using the five senses.
B . Describe the properties of common objects.
c. Describe the relative position of objects by using one reference
e.
Communicate observations orally and through drawings.
Investigation and Experimentation
4. Students will:
a.
Draw pictures that portray some features of the thing being described.
b.
Record observations and data with pictures, numbers, or written
statements.
c. Record observations on a bar graph.
d. Describe the relative position of objects by using two references (e.g.,
above and below and left of).
e. Make new observations when discrepancies exist between two
descriptions of the same object or phenomenon.
1. The motion of objects can be observed and measured. As a basis for
understanding this concept:
a. Students know the position of an object can be described by locating it in
relation to another object or to the background.
b. Students know an object’s motion can be described by recording the
change in position of the object over time.
c. Students know the way to change how something is moving is by giving it a
push or a pull. The size of the change is related to the strength, or the amount
of force, of the push or pull.
SFUSD – HR Classroom Teacher Lesson Plan Form – modified by BTSA 13/14
Materials Used:
What instructional materials and equipment/supplies will you use in this lesson?
One gallon jug, bucket, stop watch, functioning shower, kitchen faucet and hose bib.
Lesson Outline: (Opening/Do Now/Anticipatory Set; Major Activities; Transitions, Review; Closure)
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Time
1hr.
Teacher Actions
Lecture on flow units and measurements
Student Actions
Understand and practice the concepts
30 min
Explain the experiments to be done by
students at home.
Review student reports
Perform the experiments at home
2 hr.
Monitoring &amp;
Assessment:
How will you monitor student learning during the lesson? How will you assess student work?
Questions and discussion of lecture topics.
Practice calculations performed in class
Review student reports on experiment results
Modifications to
Individual
Student
Learning Needs