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Effective Lesson Planning

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Transcript of Effective Lesson Planning

Effective
for a successful year
Lesson Planning
New Teacher Academy:
New Teachers are an Essential Piece
Developing Annual Plans
Identify Curriculum Standards
Q: What is a Curriculum Standard?
The TEKS are the basic content of K-12 instruction for all students.
The ELPS describe the instruction that we should provide for English Language Learners so they can master both content area knowledge and academic language.
The College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) are designed to give students skills they need to succeed in entry-level college courses or in the workplace.
Where do I find all of these resources?
Vertical Alignment Matrix
Scope and Sequence
Pacing Calendars
http://www.houstonisd.org/Page/69674
If there are any prerequisite skills or concepts that students either did not master previously or struggled to retain and apply, the teacher should reserve time in his/her annual plan to revisit this content
https://hisdelearn.org
Develop or Select a tool for Assessing Mastery
Pre-K students don't have standards but curriculum guidelines. The prekindergarten curriculum guidelines describe specific goals for three-and four-year-old children in each of the 9 content areas.
Pre-K Guidelines
Norms
Start and end on time.
Limit technology/silence phones.
Take care of your needs.
Be respectful.
Actively participate.

What changes do you need to make now to ensure success for all of your students?
Carol Dweck
Intended Outcomes:
Understanding the concept of backwards design
Identifying and unpacking of curriculum standards
Selecting and developing assessment tools
Writing objectives in student friendly terms
Accessing district curriculum documents
Understanding the lesson cycle: delivery vs. planning

Backwards Design
IDENTIFY
DESIRED
RESULTS
DETERMINE
ACCEPTABLE
EVIDENCE
PLAN
LEARNING
EXPERIENCES/
INSTRUCTION
http://www.houstonisd.org/Page/69564
http://www.houstonisd.org/Page/69646
A curriculum standard is an educational requirement outlined by the state of Texas that conveys what students are expected to learn and teachers are expected to teach.
Checks for Understanding
Introduce New Learning
Guided and Independent Practice
Closure/ Materials
Assess Mastery
The Lesson Cycle
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Where do I get started?
HISD Lesson Planning Guide
Annual plans are organizational tools to group and sequence content/skills into instructional units, prioritize content/skills and include enrichment and remediation as needed
Unit Plans
IDENTIFY
DESIRED
RESULTS
DETERMINE
ACCEPTABLE
EVIDENCE
PLAN
LEARNING
EXPERIENCES/
INSTRUCTION
IDENTIFY
DESIRED
RESULTS
DETERMINE
ACCEPTABLE
EVIDENCE
PLAN
LEARNING
EXPERIENCES/
INSTRUCTION
How do I know they know?
Let's unpack some standards!
R
P
S
Readiness standard
Process standard
Supporting standard
Why unpacking?
Understanding
Differentiation
Friendly terms
Unit Plan
Let's interact with a Unit
Plan!
What will I be teaching
the first month?
What essential understandings will my students need to succeed in the following year?
How many lessons will I have to cover the first month?
(Highlight the objectives to be covered in my first unit)
Be able to KNOW and DO
Knowledge (Declarative)
Skills (Procedural)
Vocabulary
Definitions
Concepts
Laws, Formulas
Key facts
Critical details
Sequence & timelines
Decoding, computation
Communication skills: listening, speaking, writing
Thinking skills: compare, infer, analyze
Research: inquiry, investigate
Study skills: note taking
In pairs at your table:
Circle verbs
Underline nouns
Use the graphic organizer
Standard
Verbs
Nouns
How students will show what is required
What students are required to know
What about RIGOR?
Skill (Verb)
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating
Determine acceptable evidence of what mastery would look like
Formative
vs.
Summative
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How do effective teachers know what students should know and be able to do?
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Writing objectives in student-friendly terms
Posting objectives
Consider asking students to respond to an interesting picture, object, or display of some special materials
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Engage and Connect
Guided practice is the interactive instruction between teacher and students
After the guided practice, the student practice process begins by engaging students in a similar task they have to complete independently
This phase sets the context and primes the brain for new learning
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Closure recaps the learning, closes out the conversation, and addresses any outstanding questions.
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Make a list of the materials needed to present the content and what the students will need to complete the learning tasks.
Assessing mastery can help the teacher identify causes for successes or failures.
“Knowing that six or seven students understand is not the same as knowing 32 do”

Schmoker, 2011

Response Signals
Graphic Organizers
Randomizing Responses
Running Roster
Structured Peer Conversations
Checkpoints
Questioning
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