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JAG NTS 2015 "Lesson Planning"

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Lesson Planning for JAG
NTS 2015--New Orleans!!
Eric DuBuisson
JAG Specialist
Salmen High School
Slidell, Louisiana

CALL TO ORDER--"Chair of the Day"
Lesson Planning for JAG
The Concept:
From Practice Room to Class Room

PRACTICE LESSON
Warm-up I. Check-in
II. Call-to-order
III. Review of Check-in
Technique IV. Basic Skills
Reading V. Announcements
Etudes VI. Lesson &/or activity
Repertoire VII. Group learning activity
VIII. Assessment
Warm-down IX. Check-out

BASIC JAG LESSON OUTLINE

Title
Preparation (What you need to do to be ready for the lesson)
JAG Competency
Objective (Begin with the End in Mind)
Important Questions (Exam Questions)
I. CHECK-IN (Bell Ringer)
1st note: REFLECTION
• How are you?
• Copy Quote for the day (related to the day’s topic)
2nd note: REVIEW (Review of previous material)
• Vocabulary: define/use in a sentence/synonym
• Short answers/multiple choice/blanks
• "Higher Order" question stems
• Write about it: Sentences Paragraphs Essays (hand writing)
3nd note: TODAY’S TOPIC
• "Hook"--short story or video related to lesson of the day
• And/or, questions about today's lesson (KWL--What do you know, what do you Want to know)
II. CALL TO ORDER--"Chair of the Day" (D.24 Communicate Verbally & E.27 Demonstrate Leadership)
III. REVIEW OF FIRST NOTES
IV. BASIC SKILLS (D.BASIC COMPETENCIES)
1. D.21 Listening: Words & Quotes of the Day
2. D.24 Speaking: guided reading out-loud or comments for the day
3. D.22 Reading: related to lesson of the day
4. D.23 Writing: Sentences, Paragraphs, Essays (hand writing) G.41 Apply critical thinking skills : HOT (Higher Order Thinking) Questions
5. D.25 Math
6. Brain Training exercise: (Critical Thinking—HOT: Higher Order Thinking) (Critical Thinking Wheel: available at http://www.mentoringminds.com)
Memory: the ability to recall previously learned information.
Reasoning: the process of forming conclusions, judgments, or inferences from facts or premises.
Concentration: the ability to keep your thoughts centered on one thing.
Planning: the ability to have a plan of action to accomplish a goal.

V. ANNOUNCEMENTS (Career Association / Class)
VI. LESSON &/or ACTIVITY
Lecture / Note taking / Thinking Map / PowerPoints / Prezi
VII. GROUP WORK &/OR ACTIVITIES (E.26 Team membership)
• Socratic method: questions to begin or end a lesson
• Pair & Share or group learning
• Sharing Circle
VIII. ASSESSMENT: of the day's lesson (KWL—What did you learn?)
• Vocabulary: define/use in a sentence/synonym
• Short answers/multiple choice/blanks
• "Higher Order" question stems
• Write about it: Sentences Paragraphs Essays (hand writing)
IX. LAST NOTE: CHECK OUT (REFLECTION / FEEDBACK)
• WHAT WAS IT? What was the main point of today’s lesson
• RATE IT? How important to your future was today’s lesson
• RATE THE TEACHER: What was good or bad?
• How are you feeling now (inspired, thoughtful, happy, sleep, other)?

Today's Agenda
Lesson Plan Concept
Lesson Format Templets
Instructor's Master
Student's agenda (Work sheet)
Guest Speaker's Lesson Plans
Syllabi: Order of Lessons
Sample Lessons
SaveDeo.com (to save on-line videos)

Critical Thinking Wheel:
http://www.mentoringminds.com
Excerpt from:
“The Importance of Lesson Planning,”
The Official Blog of Teach and Learn with Georgia

First of all, a planned lesson is just better. Not all planned lessons are fabulous and not all unplanned lessons are a disaster, but even a bad lesson will be less bad planned, and even a great lesson can be greater with a plan. If you are good at teaching unplanned lessons, you will be even better at teaching with a plan.
"A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn is hammering on cold iron."
~ Horace Mann

"A good teacher, like a good entertainer first must hold his audience's attention, then he can teach his lesson."
~ John Henrick Clarke
Sunset on Lake Pontchartrain
• 1st NINE WEEKS
Opening Weeks
Lesson 1—Meet Students
Lesson 2—Welcome to JAG & Handbook
Lesson 3—Curriculum, the Six Basic Units
Lesson 4—Curriculum, the 37 Core Competencies
Lesson 5—The Career Association
Lesson 6—Parliamentary Procedure
Lesson 7—Own Your Dream
Lesson 8—Learning
Lesson 9—Motto for Life
Lesson 10—Setting Goals, IDPs
D. Competencies
Freedom Writers, the movie—4 days (four 20 minute segments)
St. Tammany JAG Leadership Challenge
E. Competencies

• 2ND NINE WEEKS
F. Competencies
C. Competencies
B. Competencies
A. Competencies

• 3rd NINE WEEKS
LOGO project
Essay Writing
H.65 Really Listen Closely—two days
G.41 Critical Thinking—four days
G.42 Study Skills
Brain Rules
7 Habits of Highly Successful People
Study Techniques
CDC House project
H.68 Ethics—three days
Gifted Hands, the Ben Carson Story—4 days (four 20 minute segments)

• 4th NINE WEEKS
H.69 Accept Responsibility—two days
H.73 Enthusiasm for work and school
B.13 Interviewing—three days
B.13 Speed Interviewing Exercise
G.43-2 (E.26,27&28)Group Dynamics, "The Kidney Machine"
D.25 Counting Back Change
H.63 Attract attention of management
G.51 Politeness & Civility
G.48 Openness to Change-Who Moved Cheese—two days
A.3 What Skipping College Cost

INSTRUCTOR'S GUIDE--MASTER
Pages 3, 4 & 5 of the Handout
GUEST SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS
Page 6: Objectives
Page 7: Student Worksheet
Page 8: Grading Rubric
Not show: Writing Page
HANDOUT PAGE 1
“Lesson Planning for JAG” ~ Eric DuBuisson, eric.dubuisson@stpsb.org
Download lesson plans at the following Dropbox.com link: Compliments of JAG-National
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4hdmnfqoy19fgck/AAAV_-hNi6_BC0OOO6sREWvNa?dl=0
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