Lesson Planning

Here are some helpful sites to determine the community and context of learning (remember to limit your information to what is important in your educational context):

OR report cards: http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/reportcard/reports.aspx

School matters: http://www.schoolmatters.com/schools.aspx/q/page=hm

Factfinder: http://www.factfinder.census.gov/home/saff/main.html?_lang=en

Here is the Lesson Plan Template from Karren Timmermans: Lesson Format

Here is and example of action verbs for use in developing objectives. Thanks Jessie Nelson for sharing!

Here are some sample lesson plans:

Tasks for this Module:

FYI: We will be on this page for a few weeks…

Here are the tasks for our Lesson Planning module this week:

Due by 11/6:

  1. Read Saphier Chs. 12, 15-17. This will inform your planning.
  2. Access and read the additional resources posted above. Please feel free to post any other resources you encountered that helped you construct your Lesson Plan. There is also a separate “Sample Lesson Plan” page that you might find useful.
  3. Create a Lesson Plan (MAKE).

Due by 11/7:

  1. Print one copy of your lesson plan and bring to class. We will partner up and critique (BREAK) each others’ Lesson Plans on 11/7. Remember, I’m looking for alignment to standards and varying levels of cognition (this is where I’ll test your understanding of Personal Communication assessment). 🙂

Due by 11/13:

Here are the tasks for our Micro Teaching module this week.  For this module, you will work with a partner to demonstrate an instructional strategy.

  1. Read Saphier Chs. 9-11. This will inform your planning.
  2. Pair up and choose an instructional strategy from the directions and rubric for presenting the Micro Lessons: Micro-Lessons_2015. Here’s a pdf too: Micro-Lessons_2015
  3. Access and read the additional resources posted above. Please feel free to post any other resources you encountered that helped you construct your Lesson Plan.
  4. Create a lesson plan (MAKE).

Due by 11/14:

  1. Print one copy of your Lesson Plan and bring to class.
  2. You will have 30 minutes to teach us something using your pair’s chosen strategy in class on 11/14. Be creative and have fun with this. 🙂

Due by 11/20:

Here are the tasks for our individual Micro Teaching module for the next two weeks. During these two weeks, you will now teach us a micro-lesson in your endorsement area and authorization level.

  1. Access and read the additional resources posted above. Please feel free to post any other resources you encountered that helped you construct your Lesson Plan.
  2. Create a lesson plan in your endorsement area and authorization level (MAKE).

Due 11/21-11/28:

  1. Print one copy of your Lesson Plan and bring to class. Everyone needs to be ready to go on 11/21. I will use random assignment to determine who goes which week.
  2. You will have 30 minutes to teach us content using what you have learned about assessment, planning, and instruction. This is where is call comes together. Have fun with this one too. I’ll try to bring Ian in as an additional student. 🙂

Moving Forward:

Due by 11/27:

  1. Beginning on 11/21 start reading the Saphier text (Ch. 3-8) to get a good start on your classroom management plan.
  2. Due 11/28 – 1st draft of Classroom Management plan. See Classroom Management page for resources.
  3. between 11/28-12/5 critique classroom management plans

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