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Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan Cycle Presentation

Lesson Plan Cycle
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Jessica Johnson

on 7 January 2013

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Madeline Hunter's Lesson Plan Cycle Hubbard Heights Elementary School
January Campus Waiver Day 2013 In fact teaching can be described as. . .
"a constant stream of professional decisions
made before, during, and after interaction
with the student."

~Madeline Hunter All teaching decisions can be placed
into three categories. Getting Students Set to Learn
Step 1: Review
Step 2: Anticipatory Set
Step 3: Objective
Instruction
Step 4: Input and Modeling
Checking for Understanding
Step 5: Checking for Understanding
Step 6: Guided Practice
Independent Practice
Step 7: Independent Practice Madeline Hunter's 7-Step Lesson Plan Summary of
Madeline Hunter's Philosophy Not each of the "seven steps" need
to be in every lesson nor should
every lesson be based on the seven
steps; however, the seven steps
make a good checklist of elements
in planning a lesson. What content will I teach next?
What will the student do to learn
and to demonstrate that learning
has occurred?
What will I do to make it happen?
How will I facilitate the acquisition
of that learning? The instructional purpose and the best
way to involve the learner are the guides for what to choose in planning a lesson. Step 1: Review
Review previous material that is relevant to the current lesson.
Step 2: Anticipatory Set
A short wake up or motivational activity
a simple activity
an example problem
prompt
visual stimulation (video clip, audio clip, etc.)
Step 3: Objective--Tell students what they will learn and how they will be assessed

Step 4: Instruction--
Input: Summarizing definitions and demonstrating basic skills
Modeling: Demonstrate the application of concepts and skills with a "worked-through" example; teacher demonstration. Step 5: Checking Understanding
Guided Practice--Have learners do the exercises
Monitoring--Informal or observational assessment and/or additional assessment to determine need for reteaching

Step 6: Closure
Reinforce the major points to be learned helps organize the student's learning; cue the students that they have arrived at an important part of the lesson

Step 7: Independent Practice
Students practice on their own; apply the learning to new situations; could be used as homework, individual or group work in class

Lesson Cycle Activity With your current lesson plan--
Determine and write out the following:

1--How will you review?
2--Define and describe the "hook" for the lesson.
3--Exactly how will you assess your students? Do? Say?
4--How will you model the lesson for the students? What will you use? How creative will you be? Or will you just use the model provided by the CF?
5-- How will you check for understanding?
6-- Describe and define your closure?
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