iPad Integrated Lessons
This is a work in progress... I have created a Google Document to share the basic lesson plans I have designed for integrating iPads in my classroom. I teach fifth grade but most of these ideas can be adapted for any grade level or content. I hope you find this to be a helpful resource! Please feel free to leave your feedback and check back as I update this list!
|Learning Objective||Subject||Apps with Link||Lesson Plan||Assessment|
|Identify acute, obtuse, right, straight, and reflex angles. Use a protractor to label angles.||Math|
Animoto for iPhone
How to Measure an AnglePart 1
Define each type of angle using scientific language of the discipline including measurements.
Correctly identify and label one picture for each angle. (5 different pictures/
angles are included)
Demonstrate proper usage of a protractor to measure each type of angle.
|Design, create and solve a complex, multi-step word problems using bar model drawing.||Math|
Singapore Math Bar Models
Using Bar Model DrawingPart 1
to Solve Complex Problems
|Printed screenshot |
Complex story problem that requires at least 2 steps to solve.
Writing is clear and the information provided is necessary to solve the problem.
Solution is correctly shown using bar model drawing.
|Demonstrate understanding of math concepts by teaching others.||Math|
Show How to Solve
Any Math Concept
|Formative assessment to be sure students understand and can apply math strategies.|
Demonstrate correct process and explanation determine mastery of concept.
|Draw a cartoon and illustrate it using comparative adverbs (or other grammar lesson objective).||Language Arts - Grammar|
English Grammar -
|Students comic will correctly demonstrate correct usage of comparative adverbs.|
(This app can be used for any grammar lesson!)
|Identify and classify leaves by shape as pinnate, palmate, and parallel||Science|
Classify and Label Leaves
|Student should correctly label and describe each leaf as pinnate, palmate, and parallel according to the number of main veins. |
Correctly identify the veins in each leaf.
To view the entire document go to http://tinyurl.com/MyiPadLessons.