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Date of lesson: MondayGrade you'll be teaching: 2nd Grade-JonesWhat app will you be using: Tynker
Team Leader (s): Micah
Team Members: MarLeigh, Thomas, Ashley, and Leah


Overview



Outline your plans for what the class will do. If it is mostly one on one, type up a list for each "personal teacher" to go through to help the students.

Introduction and Hook

What will be your "hook" for today?We are going to play Christmas music and define programming for the kids.Who will welcome students:ThomasWhat will be the instructions: sit down and listen to your instructorWhat will be on the board: TynkerWho will be "running" the computer: AshleyWhat will be on the student computers: TynkerWill the student computers be logged in with a certain ID? We will have our class log on to their own computers for the kids.

During Class

List what will be done in class -- list the approximate amount of time on each (if you know).We will be letting the kids play the coding games on Tynker.


Ending Class

What time will you start wrapping up class?2:00

Additional Material




Handouts

Who will make your handouts: Thomas will be making our handout.
What will you hand the students to take home to their parents? They will take home a certificate made by MarLeigh and Ashley.

Additional Jobs

Who will be your "photographer": Marleigh will be the photographer.(each team should take at least 5 photos and email them along with an identification of the names of the people in the photos to Mrs. Davis by the end of class when they are teaching. Post them here without the id along with a one paragraph summary of what you did.)

Anything you need from Mrs. Davis?
Reflection and Evaluation

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Today we taught the 2nd graders how to code games. Each kid had a helper that assisted them in coding. They learned how to code on Tynker.com. The kids received a certificate for the Hour of Code. We hope that the children will continue to love to code games.