The aim of the lesson plan is for children to explore and investigate especially through practical studies one or more of the important economic activities of people in their locality - such as the work of fishermen and farmers.
The aim of the lesson plan is for the children to be able to read and interpret trend graphs. Using data collected from the Irish fishing ports (Dublin prawns), the children will compile and use simple data sets and explore and calculate averages of simple data sets.
The aim of the lesson plan if for the children to be enabled to perform:
(1) as part of a group, one or both songs sung individually or as partner songs.
(2) a rhythmic ostinato (tapping a pattern over and over) to accompany the songs.
The aim of the lesson plan is for children to learn about the size of Ireland’s marine territory and identify its ocean and seas. From this they will develop and understanding about the importance of the territory as a marine resource that can be developed in a sustainable way
The aim of the lesson plan if for the children to extend role playing in character and develop their ability to accept and maintain a brief that has been decided on by the teacher, as well as develop the ability to co-operate and to communicate with others in helping to shape the drama. The students will become familiar with the marine habitat and marine species. The lesson can also be used to learn about the human impacts affecting animals that live in the ocean and developing solutions to create change. (Note that this lesson plan is an extension of the Explorers Lesson Plan: A Whale’s Tale – Science - Living things).
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