I will open the lesson by talking about some cartoons that I've watched as a child with the students. I will then ask the students if they are currently watching any cartoons, then I will share a short animated clip of an example of what their lesson consists of.
I will allow the students to form groups of 3. The students will have 10 minutes at each station while I walk around to discuss with each group the similarities and differences between the different cartoons and bumper stickers.
I will ask the students what they have noticed about the cartoons and bumper stickers as well as if they've seen something similar in the activity elsewhere. I will then have the students stand in front of their classmates to further show their evidence for their explanations
Student will discuss with their classmates each others' explanations between the cartoons and bumper stickers and will reflect from previous information to help elaborate what they know.
I will ask the students how they can later use the information that they have learned today for future reference and I will also provide the students with activities that will help the develop the lesson that was taught.
I will observe the students as they apply new concepts and skills referring the lesson while assessing each student's knowledge and/or skills after the lesson. I will then ask the students to demonstrate their understanding of the lesson by answering an opened ended question