Author:
JoLynn
Subject:
Elementary English Language Arts
Material Type:
Lesson
Level:
Lower Elementary
Tags:
  • IPad
  • Keynote
  • Lesson Plan
  • Recipe
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Text/HTML

    Education Standards

    Sharing A Recipe Using Keynote

    Sharing A Recipe Using Keynote

    Overview

    Students will practice speaking skills, animating text, and recording to explain the directions for how to prepare a chosen dish. Their ideas of which food to share will first be brainstormed in the iPad Notes. Then Keynote will be used to show a process of how to prepare the food by animating texts or photos. Finally an explanation of the recipe will be captured with a screen recording. 

    Image Source:

    Holleman, Frank, 2021, Recipes from the Fork Ranger book about 'solving climate change with food' photograph, https://unsplash.com/s/photos/recipe

    Summary

    Students will practice speaking skills, animating text, and recording to explain the directions for how to prepare a chosen dish. The time frame: 30 minutes for brainstorming and researching, 1 hour to create the Keynote page and 30 minutes to edit and record. This lesson is planned for face-to-face, however, it can be adapted to be virtual. 

     

     

    Background for Teachers

    • To teach this lesson, you will need an understanding of the iPad Notes, and Keynote applications as well as an understanding of how to create a screen recording. 

     

    Step 1 - Goals and Outcomes

    Learning Intentions:

    • Students will be able to share their recipes with appropriate facts, descriptive details, and speak clearly at an understandable pace. 
    • Students will create an engaging audio/visual recording by using the iPad Keynote App.  

       

    Success Criteria:

    • Students will speak clearly with appropriate facts and include at least 5 details details of directions in their recipe. 
    • Students will record for 1-3 minutes to explain their recipe. 

    Step 2 - Planning Instruction

    Background knowlegde will be activiated during a discussion about foods students alrady know how to make as weell as those they want to learn how to make. The iPad App Notes will be used to brainstorm as a group potential recipes and where to look to find these recipes such as on the internet, YouTube or at home. 

    Acomidations for Divers Learners:

    • Students who do not know how to read may use the accessability shortuct to have the screen read to them or you may read the recipee to them.
    • They can refer back to the recipee to see how to write and spell the words that go wtih their recipee.
    • You may take a screenshot with a cropped portion of the recipee for students to foucs on and see wich parts of the story they need to write.
    • You may have students use picture icons to tell the directions of their recipee with only a few words of text. 

    Step 3 - Instruction

    Students will search for a recipe either on one of the cites listed or by bringing a recipe idea from home. They will use Keynote to present the recipe in a new way describing how they would make that food with text and pictures. When students speak about their recipe, they need to exprses appropriate facts and include at least 5 details details of directions in their recipe. They will prepare to record for 1-3 minutes to explain their recipe. 

     

    Here is an link to an example:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/147gAydKdgDp_wfTJaLUVhHoP7vpvHlpn/view?usp=sharing

     

    Step 4 - Assessments

    Students will be observed through their recorded presentation. 

    • Students will speak clearly with appropriate facts and include at least 5 details details of directions in their recipe. 
    • Students will record for 1-3 minutes to explain their recipe. 

    Rubric