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Lesson Structure and Pacing

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Transcript of Lesson Structure and Pacing

Lesson Structure
and Pacing

Reflect from last cluster....
Think about how you implemented PIC over the past week…

How did you decide which portion of the lesson to model?

What were some visuals or examples that you used in your lessons?

Rubric
Lesson Structure and Pacing

By the end of this cluster meeting, teachers will familiarize themselves with the indicator Lesson Structure and Pacing and its descriptors, as well as develop strategies to effectively structure and pace lessons.

Cluster Outcome
Reflection Questions
Research (Read article)
A to Z Summary
Student Survey
Five Steps for Effective Learning
Gradual Release Model
Development of Lesson
Closure/Reflect
Agenda

Think about what we read and the TAP Instructional Rubric and brainstorm with your group words or short phrases to complete each letter in the alphabet.


A to Z Summary
Lesson Structure and Pacing

Student Survey # 1
1) What is it like when you feel lost in class and the teacher goes too fast?

Student Survey #2
2) What does it feel like when class moves too slowly?

Five Steps for Effective Learning
Lesson Structure

Gradual Release Model
Gradual Release Model

Guiding Questions
1. Does the lesson structure include the Five Steps for Effective Learning?

2. What instrument/method will be used to identify student pace?

3. Is the pace of the lesson appropriate for students who progress at different learning rates?

4. How will you plan for lesson closure and student reflection?
Development Time
Closure
1. What can you do differently to structure and pace lessons appropriately for your students?

2. How can students benefit from a lesson that is properly structured and appropriately paced?

Reflect and Connect
A few things to think about.........
Cluster Objective
By the end of the cluster meeting, teachers will familiarize themselves with the indicator Lesson Structure and Pacing and its descriptors as well as develop strategies to effectively structure and pace lessons.
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