Albert R. Lyman Digital Display Lesson
This is a lesson plan designed specifically for my students at Albert R. Lyman Middle School in order to create our school wide digital display.
Students will learn to create the digital display for ARL middle school.
-This lesson will take two weeks to complete, and go for the entire school year.
-Students will continue to create bi-weekly presentations for the school's digital display in the different hallways.
Teachers will need to be part of the school staff and have access to the school's Google files for the hallways' main displays.
This is a lesson plan created specifically for my class and school.
Step 1 - Introduce the digital display jobs.
Stduents will be introduced to the different jobs that are required in order to complete a digital display for the school. Every two weeks students will move to a new job. So the understanding of the jobs is necessary for year-long success.
- Students will be able to explain the different job expectations.
- Introduce this hyperdoc and go over how it can be used.
- **Have a Google JamBoard already created with the title of each job with a TO DO on the left side and a DONE title on the right side.
- Divide students into their assigned partners for the first job. Students need to read through the hyperdoc that explains what their job is and make a sticky note for each task they are required to do. As they finish it over the next few weeks, students will move their task from the TO DO side, to the DONE side.
Step 2 - Planning Instruction
Student Background Knowledge
Students will see examples of the digital display and begin creating their own display.
- Prior to this lesson, students will need to have an understanding of the requirements for each section of the display.
- Students will check out the example and then begin by completing the schedule on their asssignment.
Step 4 - Final Project
Students will be assessed for their learning based on a mastery scale of 0-4 on how well they completed their assignment.
- Students will submit their digital display submission into Canvas for credit.