Steven Henneman: Lesson Plans

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Computer Class and Enrichment Lesson Plans

March 16 – April 14, 2020

                                       Mr. Henneman

I hope you are all doing well and are practicing your social distancing so we can get back to school as soon as possible!
Just wanted to give you some ideas of what you should be working on from home over the next couple of weeks.

Enrichment students should all have their accelerated math assignments done and ready to score. Make certain you are progressing through Study Island and Quill. Always be practicing your Keyboarding as much as possible. I would also like to see any Power Point slide shows on any area of your interest that you can create. Check out my website library for any additional sites that might interest you.

Regular computer classes listed below will continue practicing their keyboarding skills! Just find your class to remember your expectations. I would like to see a lot more people make the “Wall of Fame” upon your return.

 

 Wednesday

Grade 3 (Callahan)

 Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

Grade 2 (Swartz )

  Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 30 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 20 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 30 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 20 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

   Grade 4 (Farrer)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:     Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 40 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 30 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 40 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 30 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

    Grade 4 (Cary)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:     Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 40 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 30 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 40 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 30 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 Grade 2 (Freeman  )

  Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 30 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 20 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 30 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 20 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

Grade 3 (Kreger)

 Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 

Thursday

Grade 3 (Starkweather)

 Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

  Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

Grade 2 (Sporer)

  Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 30 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 20 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 30 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 20 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

   Grade 4  (Mosher)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:     Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 40 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 30 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 40 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 30 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 

 

 

Grade 4 ( Smith)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:     Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 40 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 30 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 40 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 30 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

Grade 2 (Brought)

  Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 30 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 20 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 30 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 20 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

Grade 3 ( Palmer)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 Friday

Grade 3 (McCabe )

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

  Grade 4 (Hildebrand)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 Grade 4 (Gay  )

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:     Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 40 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 30 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 40 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 30 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 Grade 2 (Nuss)

  Objective:  Students will work on f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 30 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 20 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 30 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 20 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 

Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

Grade 3 (Miller)

 Objective:  The students will  work on  f j and dk and sl and a; on  www.freetypinggame.net 

 Lesson:   Have students practice keyboarding lessons one through four.  After they have mastered 35 words in one minute on all four lessons, they will go on to integrating fj and dk attempting to master 25 wpm with no mistakes. After they have mastered this lesson, they can go on to integrating fj, dk,sl and a;. Any student scoring 35 wpm or higher on fj,dk,sl, or a; or 25 wpm or higher on the dk,sl,a; mix will have his/her certificate posted on the wall of fame.

 Standards:  3.7.A,B,C

 

Computer Class with Mr. Henneman

Second, Third, and Fourth Grades for students without internet access

Hello everyone! I sure hope everyone is doing well and keeping busy during your time off. I sure do miss all of you! Here are some fun activities you could do with your family that do​ not ​require a computer or the internet! ​If you are able to use the internet, please go to my school webpage where you will find a lot of fun things to do in my website library. Also practice your keyboarding skills as much as possible at www.freetypinggame.net , so you are ready to make the “Wall of Fame” when we get back to school.

Week of April 13th  

Head to the great outdoors with your family! Take a paper and pencil and plan and organize the construction of a fort. What materials will you use? Are there tree branches? Dad’s extra lumber? Rocks or cinder blocks? How will you fasten them together? Does dad have a tape measure that I can measure things with? What creative things can you use for furniture in your fort? Who will be allowed in your fort? Create a list of rules for your fort? Be prepared to share what you have accomplished when you return to computer class. We can even type up your information when you return.

Week of April 20th

When you have your fort all finished, come up with a menu like they have in a restaurant of food that you could serve at your fort. Have it ready to be typed when you return to the computer lab.  Invite your family in for a meal.  Use some of the ideas that you have learned in music class to provide entertainment for your guests. Use some of your art skills to create placemats for your guests. Do a read aloud for your guests of your favorite book.

Week of April 27th

We are now well into fishing season! Get out there and go fishing with your mom or dad! Write about your adventure! Who took you? What did you see? What did you catch? Even if you don’t have the opportunity to go fishing, write a fish story about the big one that got away. Have your story read to be typed on Microsoft Word when you return to computer class! Even draw a picture of your fishing experience and we will scan it and add it to your Word document.

 

 

 

Week of May 4th

This week I want you to think about what life would be like if you lived on a farm. What animals would you have on your farm? What would you name them? How would you take care of them? What would you feed them? What chores would you have to do? Write about what your farm would be like? Be as creative as you can! Have it ready to be typed up when you return to computer class. Draw a picture of your farm so that we can scan it into your word document.

Week of May 11th

Now that you are spending more time at home with your parents or grandparents, I want you to start practicing some good old- fashioned skills that maybe you haven’t learned yet. As you practice some each day, I want you to write down what you have learned so that you can share these skills with your computer classmates when you return. For example: 1. How to make a phone call 2. How to make scrambled eggs 3. How to write a thank you note 4. How to do laundry 5. How to care for a pet 6. How to have good table manners.  You get the picture!  Whatever other skills you can come up with that your parents might want you to know. You might even get your dad to show you how to change the oil in the car or check your tire pressure!

Week of May 18th

This week you can start planning your garden, whether it’s imaginary or real. How big is your garden going to be?  What equipment are you going to need? What seeds am I going to plant? What soil do I need to plant them in? Do I need fertilizer? How often do I have to water my plants? Do I have to weed my garden? Write down your plan. Incorporate some math into your plan. If I plant 8 rows of corn with 12 corn plants in each row, how many ears of corn will I have when I harvest it? What if there’s two ears of corn on each plant? How many then? Write down all your plans for your garden, so you can type them up in computer class. Draw a picture of your garden, so that we can scan it into your plans.

Week of May 25th

This week I want you to write about the things that you did in school this year and what you miss most about school.  Write a special letter to your teacher telling them what they meant to you. Be ready to type your letter up in computer class when you return to school. If you move on to the Middle School, have your new teacher email the letter to your elementary teacher. Include things like your favorite memories and what you are striving to be when you grow up.

I don’t want to overwhelm you with too much to do. Just do what you can, and hope that we can all get back together soon. I miss every one of you! Stay safe and healthy!   Mr. Henneman