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Assure Model Lesson Plan #1

ASSURE Model Instructional Plan


Standard
912.1.1 Produce original media products that incorporate different content areas using a
combination of text, images, sound, music, or video for personal or group expression and
inclusion in portfolios.
912.1.2 Analyze survey data, report information, and display the data in a variety of ways (e.g.,
tables, graphs) to support conclusions.
912.1.3 Identify patterns and correlations of data to build understanding and recognize
relationships between elements (e.g., chemical reactions, global issues).
912.1.4 Determine and explore cause and effect relationships using virtual simulations in
different contexts (e.g., global warming, science and geographic phenomena, conflict among
nations).

Clint B. Gianchand
Okkodo High School
12 Th Grade
Career Education Tourism and Factors affecting its vacation choice to Guam
Note: This lesson will be plan on Japans Golden week of 1 week leave from work to have
personal or family vacations during first week of May. (Fun Activity before school ends)
100 minute Block schedule
Analyze learners

1. Grade: 10- 12
2. Number of students: 35 - 48
3. Sex: Mix pertaining to each period where some Males dominate and some females
dominate
4. Ages: 15 - 19 yrs old
5. Ethnicity: Chamorro, Filipino, Chuckees, Yapese, Palauan, Marshallese, Chinese,
Korean, Phonpei,
6. Socioeconomic status: Generally are in the mid to very low status
Learning Styles
The students seem to be more interested in real life examples or relevant materials being learned.
Cooperative learning seems to be a great way for students learn together and socially. Also, they
are really engaged in their presentations especially since they had been working or watching each
other present multiple times together.
State Objectives
Students will be able to
1.

collect data of total tourist year end arrivals to Guam by given years from the teacher

2.
3.
4.
5.

with 90% accuracy.


create data table using computerized spread sheet on excel with 90% accuracy.
input data collected into excel by individual groups with 90% accuracy.
create a graph with data collected and inputted in excel with 90% accuracy.
distinguish the factors affecting the growths and decline of tourist using SWOT
analysis with 80% accuracy.

Select Media, Materials, and Methods

Media: Microsoft Office Excel 2007

Materials: 24 computers minimum and hopefully every computer for every students,
spread sheet table template for 4 groups, and example of finished activity projected on

the board.
Methods: Students will be divided equally into 4 groups. Teacher will give and explain
some tips as to how activity will be done. Students will do some in class examples of
how to create excel graphs, pies, or bar charts to refresh and build confidence. Also,
teacher will have some class discussions on business or corporations that introduce the
concept of SWOT analysis. Finally, teacher will explain and show examples of
Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities, and Threats as factors affecting examples shown and
shred in class.

Utilize Media, Materials, and Methods


Preview the materials
The teacher will view various sites to see that information the students need are readily available
on-line.
Prepare the materials
The teacher will prepare students examples of finish excel activity with an explanation of the
SWOT analysis.
SWOT Analysis Chart Example
1994

1995

2007

2008

Strength

Mili tary
Booming

Weakness

Guam needs to
build more
hotels

Opportunities

Japan can get


more specials,
Guam has low
hotel occupancy

Threats

US has
economic
challenges

Media usage
Each student will have a PC to do their data collection and input them on their Microsoft word.
Also, after each group acquires their years data given by the teacher collection, they will
disseminate their analysis as to factors affecting the rise and fall of that given year.
Prepare the environment
The teacher will give a brief explanation and run some examples of what is needed to accomplish
the task. Also, the students will have some hands on learning on surfing; excel preparation,
graph examples, and factor examples.

Require Learners Participation


Each member of the group will identify and collect their data as well as factors they want to
concentrate in individually. Then the group will learn to divide the work from data entry, spread
sheet preparation, factor identifier per year, and presenters of their findings. Then each group
will share their tourist decade with graph chart and the SWOT analysis findings.
Evaluate and Revise
Teacher will evaluate the performance of each objectives being targeted by the students
performances.
1. collect data of total tourist year end arrivals to Guam by decades with 90% accuracy.
Teacher will examine each groups performance by checking for data recorded on all years
ended given by teacher.
2. create data table using computerized spread sheet on excel with 90% accuracy.
Teacher will assess if students were able to record data successfully on excel spread sheet
3. input data collected into excel by individual groups with 90% accuracy.
Teacher will move around to see if the whole groups understand the activity and
assignment by comparing if the each group has their data, spread sheet, and discussing
4. create a graph with data collected and inputted in excel with 90% accuracy.

Teacher will assess by seeing if each group has a chart or graph showing the recorded
data for observation.
5. distinguish the factors affecting the growths and decline of tourist using SWOT
analysis with 80% accuracy.
Teacher will see if each group has SWOT analysis sheet factors showing or explaining
the rise and fall of certain tourism year end arrivals to Guam.
Activity 1.1 Guam year end Total Tourist Statistic/Data
1994 -1995, 1996-1999, 2000 -2004, and 2007 -2008
Group 1 & Group 3 will gather and explain years (1994 1999)
Groups 2 & Group 4 will gather and explain years (2000 -2004, & 2007-2008)

Teachers Grading & Expectations


Final Group Grade Evaluation will base upon the meeting of the objectives and presentation of
the groups.