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Lesson Planning 101 Spring 2014

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Aimee Dyson

on 15 September 2014

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Transcript of Lesson Planning 101 Spring 2014

Lesson Planning 101
Input = Output

Common Core Standards
Literacy Standards
Literacy for History/Social Studies, Science & Technical Subjects
Literacy Appendices
Math Standards
Standards for Mathematical Practice
Grade level vs. Domain
Arkansas Frameworks
Other Core Areas
Business/FACS http://ace.arkansas.gov/cte/informationForms/curriculumFrameworks/Pages/default.aspx
Pre-Kindergartin http://www.arkansas.gov/childcare/programsupport/pdf/aeceframwork.pdf
Learning Objectives
Cognitive - What should the students know and be able to do?
Affective - Social, emotional, behavioral skills.
Do not write a lesson around these skills. BUT DO INCLUDE at least 1 affective goal
Learning Styles & Intelligences

Multiple Intelligences
Pair and share - What were your top areas? Did they surprise you?
Kolb Learning Styles
Take the survey from Brainbase
Additional resources
#1 Frameworks/Standards
Use Bloom's Taxonomy to develop appropriate objectives statements.
What is wrong with these objectives?
Students will know...
Students will understand...
Students will demonstrate an understanding of...
Students will learn...
You can use Bloom's to plan a unit.
Begin with the end in mind. (Covey)
Work backwards.
Create assessment before teaching the unit.
Scaffold lessons to build students' knowledge and abilities.

#2 Objectives
#3 Essential Question(s)
Essential questions foster higher order thinking.
Essential questions probe.
Essential questions do not have one right answer.
Essential questions often resonate with us for a lifetime...love, how am I a part of the bigger picture, life, death, what is our purpose, honor, inspiration, etc.
Answers to essential questions evolve and develop over time.
Websites for content specific essential questions

#7/8/9/10 Grouping
#7/8/9/10 Differentiation for diverse learners
#7/8/9/10 Materials
#5/6 Preassessment
#5/6 Instruction
#7/8/9/10 Formative assessment
#4 Summative Assessment
Benjamin Bloom (1956) identified 3 domains:
cognitive (knowledge)
affective (attitudes/beliefs)
psychomotor (physical skills)
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