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Effective Lesson Planning
Transcript of Effective Lesson Planning
2. Broken into chunks
a. a solid opening
b. considered instruction
c. supported by vocabulary instruction AND technology
d. Properly Summarized
3. Getting out of your way Actual Instruction Expected Supports:
Vocabulary and Technology Don't leave 'em hanging! NCSS Effective Lesson Planning Rubric
Instructional Period (Teaching Strategies) NCSS Effective Lesson Planning Rubric
OPENING NCSS Effective Lesson Planning Rubric
Technology NCSS Effective Lesson Planning Rubric
Vocabulary NCSS Effective Lesson Planning Rubric
Summation Summing Up: Things to remember:
1. Plan as a group!
2. Use the LFS Lesson Plan template
(this is like a 'check for understanding' that you'd use with your students...it lets everyone know where you are, but is NOT as important as #1) What lesson planning should NOT BE: INEFFECTIVE Lesson Planning if you're planning ALONE, you're doing it WRONG.
if you're filling out a lesson plan well, without having planned well.
just one or two parts of the process (opening, but no closing, etc.)
the administration 'policing' us Administrator teacher who didn't fill out the form very well Effective Lesson Planning is: